Honda recently launched a new adventure sports motorcycle in the Indian market, the new Honda CB200X. The brand revealed that the Honda CB200X targets customers who want a rugged vehicle for everyday commute and short weekend exploration. Now, we got the chance to ride the new Honda CB200X. In this video review, we bring to you all the details of the Honda CB200X.
2021 Honda CB200X – Price and Colours
The Honda CB200X comes with a sticker price of INR 1,44,500 ex-showroom. The brand offers three colours on the Honda CB200XSports Red, Pearl Nightstar Black and Matte Selene Silver Metallic. The brand also provides three years standard + 3 years optional extended warranty on the CB200X.
2021 Honda CB200X – Design Highlights
The Honda CB200X comes with an upright adventure fairing with a tall windscreen. The brand has also incorporated an aero duct on the windshield to channel cool fresh air to the rider. The motorcycle comes with stacked headlamps and a muscular fuel tank. The CB200X also comes with knuckle guards that integrate the front turn indicator lamps. The bike comes with a sleek tail section with an X-shaped taillamp and LED turn indicators. The adventure motorcycle also comes with an engine guard and a stubby upswept exhaust.
2021 Honda CB200X – Ergonomics
The Honda CB200X comes with upright and comfortable ergonomics that enable the rider comfort on both roads and trails. The urban explorer features split seats and a swaged handlebar. The motorcycle comes with a commanding 810mm seat height and mid-set footpegs that also allow out-of-saddle riding.
2021 Honda CB200X – Engine Specifications
The Honda CB200X comes with a 184cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine. The engine produces 17.3 PS of power and 16.1 Nm of torque. The motor comes with PGM-FI (Programmed Fuel Injection) system that features sophisticated onboard sensors. The sensors are able to continuously monitor and optimise the fuel and air mixture, maintaining a balance between performance and efficiency.
2021 Honda CB200X – Mechanical Specifications
The Honda CB200X comes with a diamond type steel frame that rides on Golden Upside Down front forks and Mono-Shock Rear Suspension. The motorcycle features Petal Disc Brakes on the front and rear with hydraulic callipers. The bike also gets 17-inch 5Y Shaped Alloy Wheels shod in 110mm front and 140mm rear with special Tough Tread Pattern Tyres.