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Sep 25, 2021 12:00 PM

2021 Honda CB200X Review - Price, Design, Mileage, Specifications, & Performance | carandbike

We spend a few hours with the new Honda CB200X, a bike Honda says is not an off-road bike, but designed for the daily commute, and weekend adventures. This new 184 cc crossover bike is based on the Honda Hornet 2.0, and as we found out, it's a good bike, but could have been a great beginner's adventure bike! #hondabikes #hondacb200x #bikereviews #hondaCB200Xreview #cb200Xreview #cb200Xfirstride #hondacb200Xfirstride #carandbike 0:00 - Introduction 0:06 - 2021 Honda CB200X Design 0:44 - 2021 Honda CB200X Specifications 2:29 - 2021 Honda CB200X Performance 5:05 - 2021 Honda CB200X Price 5:17 - Final Verdict ➡️The Honda CB200X sits in a very interesting segment in the Indian motorcycle market. Slotted in the 180-200 cc commuter segment, the CB200X intends to offer something different; it's not your usual street bike, but not a hard-core off-road bike as well. ➡️Honda says, the CB200X will create its own sub-segment, that of a crossover motorcycle which can be used for the daily commute, but will also double up for exploring the outskirts of town on a weekend. ➡️The new Honda CB200X is certainly a looker! Set your eyes on it for the first time, and it gives the impression of being a bigger bike than it actually is. ➡️The engine is a small, 184 cc, single-cylinder air-cooled unit, but the CB200X does get a plastic bash plate, which is more cosmetic than offering any real protection from rocks while going over rough terrain. ➡️At ₹ 1,44,500 (Ex-showroom), it's not what you'd call an affordable commuter bike, and at that price, it knocks at the doors of 200 cc street-bikes with better performance and features.