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User Reviews of Honda CB500X

Overall rating:4.0 / 54 ratings
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Over priced

1 year ago by Amir2,423 views

Quite Overpriced. really disappointed. better to go with ninja versys or triumph tiger. Pros- Comfortable, Smooth ride, Smooth corners, Good braking.
Cons-Overpriced, Doesn't look like a 7 Lakh Rupee's bike
Unattractive, Low bhp comparing to other bike in this range of price.
Opinion-
If you have 7 Lakhs and want to upgrade to a good touring or off roading bike, Please go with another options like I mentioned already

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  • Used it for

    Tours

  • Owned for

    < 3 months

  • Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

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  •  5Review 6 days ago by Joy
    "ahh a 500cc for that money, Nah thanks I'd spend my dime elsewhere"; hold on now mr. Hotspur, don't disregard this in the spur of the moment. As with most hondas, this one too doesn't have a nice relationship with the spec sheet, which doesn't do it justice. Sure it's ...
    "ahh a 500cc for that money, Nah thanks I'd spend my dime elsewhere"; hold on now mr. Hotspur, don't disregard this in the spur of the moment. As with most hondas, this one too doesn't have a nice relationship with the spec sheet, which doesn't do it justice. Sure it's a 500, but it has various aspects to that capacity. First, it has more than adequate power (47.5ps) for Indian off roads and Indian roads, which are seldom better; and oodles of precise Japanese torque held out to you low down on a shiny Japanese imari platter to crawl along with the traffic for when the working hours get the better of your prudence, or when you need to tackle a hillock. The torque is available from low down so continuously that it feels like a continuous transmission at times, and off-road it feels like a tractor, just chugging along over anything. Not only that, the twin-engine gives a nice gentlemanly soundtrack that feels as impeccably refined as expected from a honda, but also intentionally gruff befitting a bike with "adventure" as an adjective. All that said, this is the bike I'd pick for an outing anywhere in this south Asian country, not knowing where I'd venture and what kind of roads (or lack thereof) await me, but knowing full well that I have the machine to tackle it all, from the crawling in the metropolis to be a lone wolf in the wilderness. Fueling from the get-go could have been more subtle, but take it as a kind of a tap at the back of your head to remind you to be attentive. The fuel range is so good that you'd want to stop for a refill much before the bike would. Wind protection is *kisses fingertips, and on-road this bike is so well mannered that it doesn't feel like an adventure tourer at all but feels like a road bike. It blends into its duel personalities so well that I've named mine dr. Jackyll. The "mr. Hyde" side of it doesn't come out until you jump off-road. So with all that, I'd end it with an overused but nonetheless adequate metaphor, it's a swiss army knife. Happy and safe riding fellas!
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      Everything

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      6 months-1 yr

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      5000-10000 kms

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      25 kmpl

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  •  5Ride with passion on every occasion. 2 months ago by Yasir Rizwan
    You move left , you turn right, you do a wheezy, you do accelerate with this machine you will never get disappointed. it weight nearly 200kg and you don't realize it. The torque and ride quality is awesome. Get this your first adventure vehicle. Yes its bit pricey but i...
    You move left , you turn right, you do a wheezy, you do accelerate with this machine you will never get disappointed. it weight nearly 200kg and you don't realize it. The torque and ride quality is awesome. Get this your first adventure vehicle. Yes its bit pricey but its offer much according to its price segment.
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    • Used it for

      Everything

    • Owned for

      3-6 months

    • Ridden for

      5000-10000 kms

    • Got mileage of

      25 kmpl

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