The Honda CB500X is elaborate on the same frame as his/her sisters, roadster CB500F and “sporting” the CBR500R. All the same machine line entry which does not have large-thing to envy large.
Third of recent family CB 500 elaborate on a common platform, the “X” declines the trail kind with urban vocation. In common with his/her sisters: tally steel of the Diamond type, twin-cylinder of 471 Cm3 and 48 ch, and almost identical simple part-cycle.
The “X” is distinguished however: larger tank (17.3 liters against 15.7 L), suspensions with greater clearance (140 mm against 120), and tires with the profile trail, large handlebar and adjustable protection…
With the handlebar, the impression of comfort dominates: legs at ease (for less than 1.80 m), saddles roomy hardly higher that the roadster “F” (810 mm), broad handlebar offering a good handiness, protection of the bust and legs…
Test Honda CB500X: engine “allowed A2”
Even if it is a linear hair, the parallel twin does not disappoint. The power of 47.6 CH and the couple of 4.6 m/kg with 7000 tr/min are enough to make take off 195 announced kg of this Honda CB500SX.
Test Honda CB500X: instrument panel
Behind the flattering scented with amber color, way glasses of skiing specific to model X, the entirely digital instrumentation in fact not very readable. In complement of the rev counter with bar-graph, one finds 2 trips, a calculator of consumption, a calculation of the km on the way in reserve and a watch. It’s a pity that the unit either if pokey!
Test Honda CB500X: common platform
Already seen at Honda and taken again on recent family CB 500, the principle of the common platform makes it possible to tighten the costs while answering varied waiting.
Test Honda CB500X: that pumps
The 20 mm of clearance offer a surplus of comfort, but the modifications in order to rigidify the shock absorber postpones are not convincing. As soon as the rhythm accelerates, that pumps.
Test Honda CB500X: reasonable
Revisions every 12,000 km, completion of good omen face proof against time especially, reduced consumption: difficult not to currently regard X as the most reasonable motorcycle on the market.
Test Honda CB500X: protection
The small adjustable jump-wind does not make a miracle at motorway speed, but the protection of the bust and legs is welcome. The additional capacity of 1.6 liter in the tank (17.3 L on the whole) offers an autonomy which wills one suits with the travelers.
Test Honda CB500X: effective braking
Effective, braking with simple disc second perfectly a part-cycle healthy. ABS, not coupled, is delivered of series.
Flexible on the setting on the angle, light at exit, it part-cycle confers on X a reassuring behavior, consolidated by an effective braking. Rather discrete, ABS (not coupled) is delivered of series. The back is adjustable suspension, pump as soon as rhythm is increased.
The parallel twin with the tuning fork of the part-cycle: controlled injection, flexible gear box and maximum power – specifically developed for the license A2 (47.6 CH) – without surprise. And it does not disappoint. A linear hair, its couple is sufficient (4.6 mkg with 7,000 tr/min) to make take off 195 kg announced in functioning order.
Passed 6,000 turns, a light start of promptness even allows, for example, an easy going beyond while descending a report. More bluffing remains its appetite of sparrow: 3.5 l/100 km in “eco drives”, maximum 5 liters while having fun. Result: more than 450 km with full.
With 5,990 € (400 of more than “F”), this small trail does not make pay very expensive its supplement of comfort. Revisions every 12,000 km, completion of good omen face proof against time and, especially, reduced consumption: difficult not to currently regard Honda cb500x as the most reasonable motorcycle in the market.
Honda CB500X More Sufficient for Model 2014 with Modernization and Versatility.
The Honda CB500X 2014 Modernization features a brand-new engine and chassis like the machines that made Honda famous in the U.S., its 2-cylinder parallel-twin layout provides a wide power band and plenty of torque. Special touches like the CB500X’s more standing seating position, superior ground clearance and longer wheelbase make it perfectly suited for an adventure bike rider who values function.
Honda CB500X’s DOHC Twin Cylinder Engine
Honda twins are famous for their versatility, and the new Honda CB500X engine is one of our best ever. Using the same piston bore size as our CBR600RR sport bike.
Honda CB500X Unique Style
The CB500X is a lightweight, dynamic motorcycle that offers adventure style with an upright riding position. While not a dual-sport, the new CB500X still has the posture of an adventure machine with a unique fuel tank design that offers the capability to easily passage the body weight.
CB500X Ride Ready For Adventure.
The Honda CB500X is designed to give you an extreme view of the road and plenty of room to shift your weight for maximum control. Utilizing the classic upright riding position with a wide handlebar, taller seat and a tighter knees-in fuel tank design, you can maximize your sentiment of cohesion with the bike and the road.
Honda CB500X Look More Beautiful and Comfort
If you’re curious about riding, and to make your bike to different and unique we suggest you should include different extra necessaries accessories to make luxury your Honda CB500X
That’s good, because riding is awesome. Not only is it a stress reliever, a time saver and a money saver, it also makes you more attractive.* So whether you want to start riding on Honda CB500X at every kind of track with its full equipment’s you will feel a strong satisfaction and ride feelings at every step of the way.
Here are essenscial Accessories of Honda CB500X
HONDA CB500X AIR DEFLECTOR
The air deflector side-mounted shields deflect wind and cold away from the rider’s legs. Its price is
Honda CB500X sturdy stand provides more secure parking options on variable ground surfaces and simplifies working on bike’s rear wheel. Its price is
HONDA CB500X FRONT FENDER
Stylish carbon style front fender adds a performance look to your ride to make good drive. With price of
HONDA CB500X HAND GUARD
This hand guard helps keep the elements away from your handgrip area to make secure.
HONDA CB500X HEATED GRIPS ATTACHMENT
This is required for Heated Grips to improve relaxation hold. It is available in
HONDA CB500X Heated Grips
Slim heated grips with integrated control. 3-step variable heating levels. Integrated circuit to protect the battery from draining. Smart heat allocation that focuses on the area of the hand most sensitive to cold. Requires Heated Grip Attachment kit. Availability in price of
HONDA CB500X LIGHTBAR
Steel perimeter bar adds a rugged look and a mounting point for foglights.
HONDA CB500X ONE KEY CYLINDER
The one key cylinder allows the use of the ignition key to lock and unlock the rear trunk and saddlebags.
HONDA CB500X RADIATOR SHROUD
This Radiator Shroud is carbon style trim accents add a performance expression look to your motorbike.
HONDA CB500X REAR CARRIER
Provides extra storage as u desire. (Not to be used to mount Honda Rear Trunk.)
HONDA CB500X REAR TIRE HUGGER
Rear tire hugger adds style and protection to the under tail from getting damaged by rocks and debris.
HONDA CB500X REAR TRUNK
Roomy 35L rear trunk features quick-detach mounting system. Requires Rear Carrier/ Trunk Mount Kit or Rear Carrier/ Trunk Mount/ Saddlebag Stays Kit and One Key Cylinder.
HONDA CB500X SADDLEBAG PANELS
The saddlebag panels shown in color matched Matte Gunpowder Metallic. (Contains left and right panels).
HONDA CB500X SADDLEBAG STAYS
This is required for installation of saddlebags.
HONDA CB500X SADDLEBAGS
The sleek, full integrated saddlebags feature quick-detach mounting system. Saddlebag stays and One Key Cylinders required. (Two sets required)
HONDA CB500X TALL WINDSCREEN
On bike riding the wind screen is very essential here for Honda CB500X the stylish windscreen provides increased wind protection.
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