New motorcycle lunched HONDA 13th March 2018 X-Blade 160cc Indian Prices 78,500, Targeted at youngsters and millennials, new motorcycle has been positioned below Honda CB hornet 160R.
Honda has positioned the X-Blade to
attract youngsters and millennials, and for this purpose, It has a
very aggressive design languageThe aggressive and futuristic new X-Blade has been designed
for millennials and Gen-Z. As promised, we have started the dispatches of
X-Blade in March 2018. Armed with more style, Honda’s tried and tested HET
160cc engine, and superior technology, X-Blade creates a new benchmark with
several segment-first features in its class and that too at an attractive price.
The Honda X-Blade is another product based on the firm’s
160 cc platform that also underpins the CB Unicorn 160 and the CB Hornet 160R.
It runs the same engine as the other two with 162 cc, 13.9bhp and 13.9 Nm of
torque feeding the rear wheel via a five-speed gearbox and chain drive. The
rest of the specs also are identical to the other twins – a 12-liter fuel
tank and a kerb weight of 140kg. It gets a 276mm front petal disc brake from
the Hornet, but there is no combo braking system and no disc brake at
the rear. Tyre’s are, again, the same as the Hornet.
The styling will surely make it stand out from its siblings, but if that is not
enough, Honda is also planning to make a few accessories available for a
special edition X-Blade. A (relatively) tall windscreen, a luggage rack at the
back and a tank pad are on the accessories list.
Honda X-Blade Colours
Engine & transmission
Valves Per Cylinder
Fuel Delivery System
13.93 bhp @ 8,500 rpm
13.90 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
No. of Gears
Brakes, wheels & suspension
Front Disc/Drum Size
Rear Disc/Drum Size
Dimensions & chassis