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HONDA CB200X LAUNCHED AT RS 1,44,500: HERE’S ALL…

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) has removed the wraps from its most recent – and littlest – experience cruiser for our market, named the Honda CB200X. In view of the Hornet 2.0, the Honda CB200X has been dispatched in India today at a cost of Rs 1,44,500 (ex-display area, Gurugram), with appointments for this experience traveler currently open both on the web and disconnected (at Honda’s Red Wing source) for a booking measure of Rs 2,000. At this value, the Honda CB200X costs around Rs 13,000 a larger number of than the Hornet it depends on, however guarantees genuine double reason capacity too. Conveyances will start right off the bat in September.

While it is unmistakably founded on the Hornet and extends a few components seen on the bike, it’s apparently taller and seriously forcing, with huge tank augmentations, a major visor, motor slam plate and a greater, compliment handle bar aligning it more with Honda’s greater experience bicycles accessible abroad.

The Honda CB200X will be available in three shades - red, silver and black. Image: Honda

It’s controlled by a similar 184.4 cc, single-chamber motor we’ve found in the Hornet 2.0, making a marginally lower 16.5 hp and 15.5 Nm of force. Nonetheless, Honda says it has tuned the motor for better mid-range punch, something that will consistently prove to be useful on an undertaking sightseer. The motor is mated to a five-speed transmission.

The CB200X gets a thick topsy turvy fork and a back monoshock, rides on 17-inch combination wheels shod in ‘extreme track design’ tires and components petal plate brakes front and back with single-channel ABS as standard. It weighs 147 kg, takes a load off stature of 810 mm and a 12-liter gas tank.

As far as hardware, the Honda CB200X gets all-LED lighting, a computerized instruments show, knuckle watches with incorporated LED turn markers and the key space is found only in front of the gas tank for the good of comfort.

While Honda says the CB200X is making another section for itself, there is another experience bike that it should fight with – the Hero Xpulse 200, what begins at a much lower value point of Rs 1,20,800 (ex-display area, Delhi).

BY TRENDIENEWZ

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