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Honda CB 200X is a Adventure bike available at a price range of ₹ 1.45 Lakh - ₹ 1.49 Lakh. Powered by a 184.4 cc engine, the bike is available in 2 variants and comes in 3 colours. Other key specifications of the CB 200X include a top speed of 130 kmph, a fuel tank capacity of 12 Litres, seat height of 810 mm and ground clearance of 167 mm. The Honda CB 200X also features a Disc front brake and Disc rear brake, weighs 147 kg and comes with a reported mileage of 57.35 kmpl.
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Honda CB 200X Specifications

Engine Capacity184.4 cc
Mileage57.35 kmpl
Kerb Weight147 Kg
Fuel Tank Capacity12 Litres
Seat Height810 mm
Power17.26 PS @8500 rpm
Torque15.9 Nm @6000 rpm
Number of Gears5 Speed Manual
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Honda CB 200X Price

Price of Honda CB 200X in India ranges between Rs. 1.45 Lakh and Rs. 1.49 Lakh. The Honda CB 200X variants start from Rs. 1.47 Lakh - OBD2 and goes upto Rs. 1.49 Lakh - DX. Honda CB 200X is also available on EMI starting at Rs. 2.71 K with 8.5% interest rate.

Honda CB 200X Variants With Price

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184.4 cc, 17.26 PS @8500 rpm
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Pros & Cons of Honda CB 200X

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    • Good build
    • Good ride quality
    • Refined motor

Honda CB 200X Detailed Review

Looks and Design 8

In our market, the Honda CB 200X is an adventure-style touring motorbike. The midsection to the tail portion of the 2021 Honda CB 200X resembles that of the 2020 Hornet 2.0 to some extent because they both have the same foundations. The new fairing, which has fake radiator guards and holds the same LED headlamp as the bare on which it is based, is now prominently shown up front. The sizeable windscreen seems practical and will be handy when travelling on roads.

The CB20X's higher handlebars contribute to its upright riding stance. Although the plastic knuckles are a welcome feature, the Hornet's inbuilt winkers are immediately removed. The 200X does have a premium feel, but it has more to do with shape than functionality. The CB 200X's Diamond type frame type features the same Showa upside-down front suspension with the same travel length. When travelling at high speeds on uneven tarmacs, the 200X becomes quite twitchy due to this key component that was ignored. The X-shaped taillight with the swept-up exhaust pipe is precisely the same, as is the pre-load adjustable mono-shock suspension in the back.


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.

Dimensions and Capacity 9

The Honda 200X is unquestionably a larger motorcycle than the Hornet 2.0, though. However, although having a lower length (2035 mm), the 200X is wider (843 mm) and higher (1248 mm) than the Hornet. The weight of the 200X is 147 kg with the addition of the front fairing design. The CB 200X maintains the same 12-liter fuel tank and 167 mm of ground clearance while being an ADV-styled bike. The CB 200X is appropriate for the majority of Indian riders since it has 810 mm of seat height and significantly more cushion in the seats.


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.

Engine Performance and Mileage 9

The 184.4 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that powers the new Honda CB 200X is BS6 compliant, and it comes in the same level of tune as the Hornet 2.0. The engine nonetheless generates the same 15.5 Nm of torque at 6000 rpm and 16.3 horsepower at 8500 rpm, which is a little less power. The 5-speed manual transmission's performance is the same because there are no modifications to it. The engine is enthusiastic and seems eager, but because it is carrying 5 kg additional weight, acceleration times will be slower. The CB 200X feels at home when riding in the city and can easily go past slow-moving traffic with a flip of a gear as you ride.

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.

Tyres, Brakes and Features 8

The 17-inch alloy wheels that the CB 200X rides on now have dual-purpose tyres on them. The 276 mm disc up front with a two-piston Nissin calliper and the 220 mm disc with a single-piston calliper are responsible for stopping the vehicle. A danger switch and single-channel ABS are both options. The new CB200X is designed for customers who ride primarily in cities yet occasionally wish to travel.

In addition to the contemporary all-LED unit, the CB 200X has a negatively lighted LCD dash that shows only a limited amount of information because it lacks a range or distance-to-empty indication. The 200X does not have a USB charger, but other than that, not much is lacking from the 200X.

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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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    Ritik Sharma
    5 Month ago
    The Honda CB200X is a versatile bike designed for various riding conditions. It typically features a 184cc engine, comfortable ergonomics, and good fuel efficiency, making it suitable for both city commuting and light off-road adventures. Riders often appreciate its lightweight and agile nature.
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    6 Month ago
    I would like to buy this bike in this coming month, i like the pricing and even its a proper adventure bike in this 200 cc segment, pricing is also at a good point. looks comfortable for long journey or daily use
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    hemant yadav
    7 Month ago
    Good bike, look is beautiful, amazing performance, speed is good. Maintenance is little high.
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  • A
    7 Month ago
    Driving experience is good, looks are good and performance is amazing.
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  • NA
    11 Month ago
    Awesome Great wonderful I love this bike. Amazing
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    Along with new features and an assist/slipper clutch, the Honda CB200X OBD2 boasts an engine that complies with OBD-2 standards. In addition, there is an air-cooled 184cc engine, digital speedometer, twin disc, single channel ABS, LED headlights, and

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    91Wheels Expert2 Months ago
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    The anti-lock braking system (ABS) on the Honda CB200X prevents wheel lock-up and skidding during hard or abrupt braking, among other safety features. Disc brake system with dual-channel ABS, front and rear disc brakes, and a slipper clutch. To know

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    91Wheels Expert3 Months ago
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    Honda CB 200X STD is discontinued, Honda CB 200X DLX variant is still available for purchase. You can contact any nearest Honda dealership to check the availability of Honda CB 200X. To find the nearest Honda dealership, please click on Honda CB 200X

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    91Wheels Expert10 Months ago
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    Honda CB 200X is an adventure tourer bike which is available in Indian automobile market. Subsidy differs from state to state. In order to know the subsidy on Honda CB 200X, please get in touch with nearest Honda dealership or RTO office in your city

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    An average lumen recommended in motorcyles is 700 lumens for low beam headlights and 1200 lumens for high beam headlights. For more details, please click on Honda CB 200X

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Last Updated On 18th Jan'24: The Honda CB 200X has made its debut in India as the most budget-friendly adventure tourer motorcycle from the brand. Drawing inspiration from the Honda Hornet 2.0, the CB 200X retains many technical elements and some cosmetic components from its sibling bike. It shares several features with the Hornet 2.0, including its 184.4cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine, producing a maximum power of 16.5 PS and a peak torque of 15.5 Nm, and continues with minimal alterations.

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. 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.

Safety: Thе Honda CB 200X catеrs to advеnturе еnthusiasts with its emphasis on safety and comfort. Kеy features include dual-channel ABS for stable braking on slippеry surfacеs, an еnginе stop switch for emergency shutdowns, and a hazard switch to activatе all four indicators to signal potential dangеr. Its all-LED lighting adds style but also еnhancеs visibility in all conditions. Additionally, thе bikе boasts lightweight yet sturdy alloy wheels capablе of handling rough tеrrains еffortlеssly.

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What is the on-road price of Honda CB 200X?
The on-road price of Honda CB 200X in New Delhi is Rs. 1.65 Lakh. This on-road price includes the ex-showroom price, RTO and insurance charges.
What is the engine capacity of Honda CB 200X?
The engine capacity of Honda CB 200X is 184.4 cc.
What is the ARAI mileage of Honda CB 200X?
Honda CB 200X claims a mileage of 57.35 kmpl.
What are the colour options of Honda CB 200X?
Honda CB 200X is available in 3 colours - Matte Selene Silver Metallic, Pearl Nightstar Black, Sports Red.
Which are the competition bikes of Honda CB 200X?
There are Hero Xpulse 200 4V, Hero Xpulse 200 BS6, Suzuki V-Strom SX 250 bikes competing with Honda CB 200X.