Inspired by its larger Africa Twin Honda Motorcycle has recently launched their one-of-a-kind adventurer motorcycle, the CB500X.

The parallel twin-cylinder bike comes priced at Rs 6,87,386 (ex-showroom, Gurugram).

The CB500x was released on 15th March 2021. And is currently available at Honda’s large premium dealerships. There is only one trim available which is CB500X ABS.


The bike resembles an ultra-modern and stylish body frame available in two colours grand Prix Red and Matte Gunpowder Black Metallic.

The CB500x comes equipped with intelligent ESS (Emergency Stop Signal) technology to maintain maximum security, detecting the bike’s sudden braking.

And automatically signals other vehicles, with the front and rear hazard lights rapidly flashing.

If we talk about safety. The bike comes equipped with dual-channel ABS 310mm and rear 240mm drilled petal-style disc brakes to provide smooth braking.

Honda CB500x portrays an extensive list of features which include a tall windshield, full LED lighting, a set of alloy wheels.

And a single-piece saddle. With so many excellent features. The CB500x will compete against some of the giant bikes, such as Suzuki V-Storm 650, Benelli TRK 502, and Kawasaki Versys 650.


The CB500X comes powered by a 471cc, eight-valve, liquid-cooled, parallel twin-cylinder engine that produces 47bhp at 8,500rpm and 43.2Nm 6,500rpm.

Director of Sales & Marketing, Yadvinder Singh Guleria, spoke about the bike, saying “Driven by the passion of fun riders in India.

And further strengthening our offerings in the mid-size premium motorcycle segment. CB500X will entice adventure enthusiasts who believe in exploring unconventional trails.

This machine serves as a companion for the city unravelled is a beast on unravelled paths.

The parallel twin-cylinder engine offers easy-to-access power and plenty of torque.

With rugged adventure styling, long-travel suspension, a tall windscreen. And more, unlike others, CB500X invites you to Live.

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