Honda CB500X 2020

Twin, four-stroke
Torque / Power
41.30 Nm (4.2 kgf-m or 30.5 ft.lbs) @ 7000 RPM
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About: Honda CB500X

The Honda 500 twins are a series of straight-twin motorcycles made by Honda since 2013. They are the CB500F standard/naked bike, the CBR500R sport bike, and the CB500X adventure touring bike. These models are sold in Japan with smaller capacity 399 cc engines: CB400F (2013–2016), CBR400R, and 400X. Their introduction coincided with new European licensing regulations establishing a mid-range class of motorcycles of limited power. The new 500 twins are similar to the earlier CB500 parallel-twins discontinued in 2003, but with new engines, frames, and other parts. They are made in Thailand, where Honda had previously only made smaller displacement motorcycles.All three models used the same 471 cc (28.7 cu in) 180° crank twin-cylinder, parallel, transversely mounted engine whose power output and cubic capacity were below the European driving licence A2 upper limits.All models also shared the same six-speed gearbox and the majority of cycle parts. The CB500X had a larger fuel tank and longer front suspension travel making it slightly taller. On its release, the CBR500R was the one-design model the European Junior Cup in 2013 and 2014. Since 2014, Honda has partnered with local organisers to promote national CBR500R Cup events in Brazil and France; raced over various circuits, the competitions are open to amateurs from 13-years upwards.

Honda CB500X Specs

Category Sport
Price as new (MSRP) Us$ 6699. Prices Depend On Country, Taxes, Accessories, Etc.
Displacement 471.00 Ccm (28.74 Cubic Inches)
Engine type Twin, Four-Stroke
Power 46.40 Hp (33.9 Kw)) @ 8500 Rpm
Torque 41.30 Nm (4.2 Kgf-M Or 30.5 Ft.lbs) @ 7000 Rpm
Compression 10.7:1
Bore x stroke 67.0 X 66.8 Mm (2.6 X 2.6 Inches)
Valves per cylinder 4
Fuel system Injection. Pgm-Fi With 34Mm Throttle Bodies
Fuel control Double Overhead Cams/Twin Cam (Dohc)
Ignition Computer-Controlled Digital Transistorized With Electronic Advance
Cooling system Liquid
Gearbox 6-Speed
Transmission type,final drive Chain
Clutch Wet Multiplate
Driveline O-Ring-Sealed Chain
Fuel consumption 2.93 Litres/100 Km (34.1 Km/L Or 80.28 Mpg)
Greenhouse gases 68.0 Co2 G/Km. (Co2 - Carbon Dioxide Emission)
Emission details Meets Current Epa Standards. Models Sold In California Meet Current Carb Standards And May Differ Slightly Due To Emissions Equipment.
Frame type Diamond
Rake (fork angle) 27.5°
Trail 108 Mm (4.3 Inches)
Front suspension 41Mm Fork
Front wheel travel 150 Mm (5.9 Inches)
Rear suspension Pro-Link Single Shock With Nine-Position Spring Preload Adjustability
Rear wheel travel 150 Mm (5.9 Inches)
Front tyre 110/80-19
Rear tyre 160/60-17
Front brakes Double Disc. Wave Disc. Two-Piston Calipers.
Front brakes diameter 320 Mm (12.6 Inches)
Rear brakes Single Disc. Wave Disc.
Rear brakes diameter 240 Mm (9.4 Inches)
Weight incl. oil, gas, etc 195.0 Kg (430.0 Pounds)
Seat height 812 Mm (32.0 Inches) If Adjustable, Lowest Setting.
Overall height 1,358 Mm (53.5 Inches)
Overall length 2,098 Mm (82.6 Inches)
Overall width 826 Mm (32.5 Inches)
Ground clearance 170 Mm (6.7 Inches)
Wheelbase 1,445 Mm (56.9 Inches)
Fuel capacity 17.70 Litres (4.68 Gallons)
Oil capacity 3.20 Litres (0.21 Quarts)
Color options Grand Prix Red
Starter Electric
Instruments Digital Speedometer, Digital Bar Graph Tachometer, Dual Trip Meters, Digital Fuel Level Gauge And Fuel Consumption Gauge, Digital Clock
Factory warranty One Year. Transferable. Unlimited-Mileage.

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