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Last Updated On 21st Jun’22: The Honda CB 200X has been launched in India as the most affordable adventure tourer motorcycle from the brand. The Honda CB 200X is based on the Honda Hornet 2.0 motorcycle & retains most of the technical elements as well as some of the cosmetic parts from its sibling bike. Honda Launched its entry-level CB200X as the most affordable ADV which shares plenty of specifications with Hornet 2.0 at Rs 1,44,500 (ex-showroom). It shares plenty with Hornet 2.0, including its 184.4cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine that generates a maximum power of 16.5 PS and a peak torque of 15.5 Nm. The motor comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. CB200X is priced almost Rs 13,000 more than the Hornet 2.0 naked motorcycle. The Honda CB200X is 5kgs heavier than the Hornet with a kerb weight of 147 kgs. The bike from behind gets monoshock suspension, 17-inch wheel on both ends, shod with 110/70 at the front and 140/70 at the rear.276mm disc on the front and 220 mm on the rear.
The Honda CB 200X is one of the most acclaimed and popular products from Honda on sale in India. There is only one version on sale and comes with a sticker price of Rs 1.46 Lakh. The Honda CB 200X generates a max power of 16.99 PS @ 8500 rpm along with a peak torque of 16.1 Nm @ 6000 rpm and the engine is mated to a 5 speed gearbox. Some of the main rivals include Hero Xpulse 200 BS6, Hero XPulse 200T and Royal Enfield Himalayan
Honda CB 200X have 1 variants ranging from Rs. 1.46 Lakh to Rs. 1.46 Lakh. CB 200X is powered by a 184.4 cc, 4 Stroke & SI Engine & BS-VI. It is able to produce 16.1 Nm @ 6000 rpm torque and 16.99 PS @ 8500 rpm power with a fuel efficiency/mileage of 57.35 kmpl. Check all Specifications for Honda CB 200X.
Honda CB 200X has Upside Down Front Fork (USD) suspensions with 110/70-17 front tyre and Monoshock suspensions with rear tyre. It comes with a Diamond type frame and Alloy.
CB 200X has 2035 mm Length, 843 mm Width, 1248 mm Height, 1355 mm WheelBase, 167 mm Ground Clearance, 110/70-17 Front Tyre Size, 140/70-17 Rear Tyre Size.
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Price of Honda CB 200X in India starts at Rs. 1.46 Lakh. Honda CB 200X is also available on EMI with interest rates varying from 7.75 to 16.35% through various banks.
|DX||184.4, Upto 57.35 kmpl, 16.99 PS @ 8500 rpm||₹ 1.46 Lakh|
Since the 2021 Honda CB 200X shares the same underpinnings as the 2020 Hornet 2.0, it looks partly similar to its naked counterpart from the mid-section to the tail section. The front now boasts of a newly designed fairing with faux radiator guards, that houses the same LED headlight found on the naked it is based on. The decent-sized windscreen appears useful and will be helpful when touring on highways.
The raised handlebars help give the CB20X an upright riding position. The plastic knuckles are a good addition, but the integrated winkers are straightaway lifted off from the Hornet. There is a premium touch visible with the 200X, but it is more to do with form, rather than functionality. The Diamond type frame type with the CB 200X boasts the same Showa upside-down front suspension with the travel length unchanged. This overlooked crucial mechanism, makes the 200X real jittery when driven at high speeds on broken tarmacs. The rear suspension is also the same pre-load adjustable mono-shock suspension, and the X-shaped taillight with the swept-up exhaust pipe is exactly the same style.
The Honda CB200X looks like a mini-me Africa Twin, especially in a shade of red. Much of this is owing to the neatly integrated quarter fairing that gives the Hornet-based motorcycle a distinct identity.
However, there is no arguing the fact that the Honda 200X is a bigger bike than the Hornety 2.0. And yet, the 200X is shorter in length at 2035 mm, but it sits taller at 1248 mm and is wider than the Hornet with 843 mm of width. The added front fairing design also shoots up the weight of the 200X by 5 kg to 147 kg. However, despite being an ADV-styled bike, the CB 200X retains the same ground clearance of 167 mm and the same 12-liter fuel tank. The seats also have slightly more foam and with 810 mm seat height, the CB 200X is suitable for most Indian riders.
The dimensions of the CB 200X give it a comfortable upright riding position. Its shorter length also makes it compact to ride, and the wide handlebars are made for a relaxed arm resting posture as well.
The new Honda CB 200X might be powered by the same 184.4 cc BS6 compliant single-cylinder, air-cooled engine as found on the Hornet 2.0, and it arrives in the same state of tune as well. However, the engine does produce slightly lower power at 16.3 bhp @ 8500 rpm and the same 15.5 Nm of torque @ 6000 rpm. There are no changes to the 5-speed manual transmission as well, so its performance is familiar as well. The engine does feel peppy and eager, but since it has to lug around 5 kgs more weight, acceleration figures will be slower. When riding in the city, the CB 200X feels at home and it can easily get past slow-moving traffic with the flick of a gear as you pull the throttle.
The engine does feel refined and smooth for the most part. It’s only when the rev starts climbing above 6000 rpm, do the vibrations start to creep in. Yet, the Honda CB 200X can easily sustain cruising speeds of 80-85 kmph, but if you start asking for more, there is very little performance to seek beyond 7500 rpm.
In addition, the engine gets Honda’s programmed fuel injection technology which uses 8-sensors on board to constantly monitor the optimum fuel and air mixture for better performance and efficiency figures. Besides, with the 12-liter fuel tank, the CNB 200X has the same mileage rate of 57.35 kmpl in city, and a respectable 55.77 kmpl on the highway, similar to the Hornet 2.0.
The CB 200X gets a peppy engine that feels and eager to leave behind slow traffic. Its fuel efficiency figures are equally commendable as well. But had it had a bit more power and torque, it would have cut out as a proper ADV. Instead, it turns out to be the perfect city commuter.
The CB 200X rides on the same 17-inch alloy wheels but are now wrapped in dual-purpose tires. Its braking duties are handled by the 276 mm disc at the front with a tw0-piston Nissin caliper and a 220 mm disc with a single-piston caliper. There is single-channel ABS available along with a hazard switch.
Besides the modern all-LED unit, the CB 200X also gets a negatively lit LCD dash that displays minimal data, for there is no distance-to-empty or range indicator. The 200X does miss out on a USB charger, and aside from that there is not really much the 200X is missing out on.
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The brakes on the CB 200X have a similar performance as seen on the Hornet. Its feature list feels basic, especially with the price bump it comes with. And by doing so, the CB 200X sways away from being a proper ADV.
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The bike has an upright riding position andÂ a longer handlebar. For the price point the bike performs well and gives a nice riding experience.
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Honda CB 200X is priced at Rs 1.65 Lakh in Delhi. The on road price of the Honda CB 200X will include, ex-xhowroom price, RTO charges, Insurance and other micellaneou charges which depends upon city and the insurance providers.
The engine capacity of Honda CB 200X is 184.4 cc .
The ARAI mileage of Honda CB 200X is 57.35 kmpl .
The accessories of Honda CB 200X are available with only genuine dealerships of the Honda.
|New Delhi||₹ 1.65 Lakh onwards|
|Pune||₹ 1.63 Lakh onwards|
|Hyderabad||₹ 1.66 Lakh onwards|
|Patna||₹ 1.63 Lakh onwards|
|Indore||₹ 1.59 Lakh onwards|
|Ahmedabad||₹ 1.62 Lakh onwards|