Honda CB190X Adventure motorcycle unveiled in China

Praveen

Praveen M, Engineer-turned-motorcycle journalist. I'm a sucker for cruising down the highways, and twisties in the hills.

Wuyang-Honda Motors, Honda two-wheelers’ local representation in China, has unveiled its new small capacity adventure motorcycle, the Honda CB190X, based on the existing CB190R. The bike features a host of adventure-friendly add-ons like windscreen, knuckle guards, engine bash plate, crash bars, tail rack and an upswept exhaust.

Honda CB190X black left side
The Honda CB190X is the adventure-friendly version of the CB190R.

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The 184.4cc single-cylinder engine puts out 15.6 bhp of power at 8,000 rpm and 15 Nm of torque at 7,000 rpm. The engine uses fuel injection technology. The fuel tank capacity stands at 14 litres and the claimed efficiency is 45 kmpl. This gives the bike around 600 km range on full tank. It uses disc brakes on both ends.

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The CB190X features analogue-digital combo cluster and there’s also a USB port to charge electronic devices. The bike employs telescopic forks at the front and monoshock at the rear. The claimed top speed stands at 110 kmph. The bike is available in four colours – red, yellow, black and white.

Honda CB190X range colours
The bike comes in four body colours, and gets disc brake at both ends.

Honda has not revealed the pricing and is likely to announce further details by the end of next month. Last year, the brand had introduced the CBF190X in China, which is a slightly more upmarket version than the CB190X.

Honda CB190X – Image Gallery

[Image Credits: Newmotor.com.cn]

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