Honda launched the adventure crossover CB200X a few weeks ago. On the spec sheet, the bike looks promising, so we take a walk around to find out how the bike looks and feels in person.
The bike doesn’t have direct competition in the 180-200cc segment yet, but it will appeal to the likes of Royal Enfield Himalayan and Hero Xpulse 200.
The looks of the adventure crossover are appealing, the long headlamps and tall wind screen compliments the ergonomics.
One of the key highlights of CB200X is the fully digital liquid crystal meter which works well in both bright and dark conditions. Key information like Gear Position Indicator, Service Due Indicator and Battery Voltmeter is also available on the screen with 5-level adjustable brightness.
After spending some time with the Honda CB200x it does look like a promising buy, the spec sheets talk a lot in its favour, apart from the plastic ferrying , the bike is as good as it looks in the photographs and videos.
I’ll talk more about it in extreme details when I actually get to ride it because that’s when the bike actually speaks for itself.
It’s available at Rs 1,44,500 in ex-showroom.