Honda X-Blade 160 cc Sport Commuter – Auto Expo 2018

Honda X-Blade 160 Launch

Booking open for the all-new X-Blade at across Honda dealerships in India.

Honda Two-Wheelers has launched the stylish ‘X-Blade’ 160 cc bike at the 2018 Auto Expo. The new-generation motorcycle is aimed at the next-generation trendsetter buyers in the country, who seek new style statement and peppy performance. The company has commenced bookings from today, while deliveries are likely to commence from next month.

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Design wise, the new X-Blade is influenced by sharp-cut lines, ‘transformer’ type LED headlamp styling and body graphics, sporty alloys, and LED tail lamp. The instrumentation is all-digital, delivering a host of information including gear status indicator and service-related details. Hazard lights twin-outlet muffler are additional features that debut with the new bike.

Honda X-Blade 160 Launch

2018 Honda X-Blade 160 boasts sport styling to target new generation buyers.

Engine powering the X-Blade is a 162.71 cc single-cylinder air-cooler SI unit that makes 13.93 bhp power at 8,500 rpm and 13.9 Nm torque at 6,000 rpm. A 5-speed gearbox comes standard. A monoshock rear suspension and front disc brakes are also standard. With a wheelbase of 1347 mm, the X-Blade boasts a ride height of 160 mm.

The new Honda X-Blade will be sold in five paint options – Matte Frozen Silver Metallic, Matte Marvel Blue Metallic, Pearl Spartan Red, Matte Marshal Green Metallic, and Pearl Igneous Black. Prices are yet to be revealed. It is likely to be positioned above the Honda CB Unicorn 160

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