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Honda X-Blade ABS launched at Rs 87,776

Honda X-Blade ABS

Honda X-Blade ABS boosts the motorcycle’s appeal to next level, strengthens the brand’s position in the 150-180cc category

The sporty Honda X-Blade is now available with ABS. The ABS variant of this bike comes priced at Rs 87,776 (ex-showroom, Delhi). This move certainly takes the appeal of the bike one notch higher. Also, this Honda X-Blade ABS strengthens the brand’s position in the highly competitive 150-180cc category.

The Honda X-Blade ABS comes with several segment-leading features. It boasts advanced styling and superior technology compared to the other models in this segment. The bike has been designed keeping an eye to the young customers who seek perfect blend of performance and style. Adding the ABS not only enhances its appeal further but makes it complying with the upcoming safety norms. The ABS variant is expected to boost sales of the bike in the coming days.

Honda X-Blade Headlamp

The Honda X-Blade comes with a very sculpted design. Its sharp contours are perfectly blended with premium features like LED headlamps, LED taillight, fully digital instrument cluster etc. The under-cowl, front forks cover along with rim stripes come as standard fitment. So far, the bike complements the brand’s slogan ‘One Look is Enough’.

Honda X-Blade ABS is powered by a 162.71cc HET engine. Coupled with a 5-speed gearbox, the engine churns out 13.93 bhp of peak power at 8,500 rpm and 13.9 Nm of peak torque at 6,000 rpm. It promises a smooth and fast acceleration. Honda claims the engine comes with a perfect balance of performance and efficiency. This engine has been specially designed to deliver impressive low and mid-range performance.

Honda X-Blade Instrument Cluster

Honda X-Blade ABS is available in five sporty colour options. These are Matte Marvel Blue Metallic, Matte Frozen Silver Metallic, Pearl Spartan Red, Pearl Igneous Black and Matte Marshal Green Metallic. The bike focuses on the comfort and safety of the rider with a long seat, seal chain and hazard switch.

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