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Honda X-Blade Mileage

As reported by Honda X-Blade owners, the real mileage of X-Blade is 50 kmpl.

X-Blade Average

Owner reported mileage
50 kmpl

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₹ 1020 / per month

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Questions & Answers Related to X-Blade Mileage

Q : What about the mileage - X-Blade

You can consider a range of 45 kmpl.

By

Rohan Verma

5 years ago


Q : Millage - X-Blade

Mileage is purely based on the riding style The HARDER you REVV The HIGHEST you BURN According to me getting around 55+

By

Pinninti Bhanuprakash

3 years ago


Q : How is mileage - X-Blade

I am getting around 40kmpl.

By

Anuj Singh

4 years ago


Q : What is milage - X-Blade

That depends on the way you drive the bike and the kind of maintenance you give it. I am getting a mileage of around 43-44 kmpl when I drive the bike mostly for office commute and city traffic.

By

Anuj Singh

5 years ago


Q : what a millage - X-Blade

For me, it's 45 kmpl.

By

Srijan Reddy

5 years ago

X-Blade Mileage User Reviews

4.5/5

(823 Ratings) 149 Reviews

Still confused between brands, looks, cc, torque & mileage

2 years ago


Abijeet Roy

My buying experience of honda x-blade is memorable because my dear one was with me while taking the delivery of the bike at bimal Honda, Adabari, Guwahati. I suggest every buyer bring their loved ones and family to the showrooms. Let everyone share the same joy you experience while taking your new bike.
Riding experience is exceptional, coming from an older bike Honda feels like leaps ahead. The suspension is great transmission feels amazing.
I am happy with the way it looks, this is subject to personal choice. I like it it's like ktm adventure and tvs apache in my perspective.
Performance-wise all I can say is if you need fancy sensors and power then look for other options. And if you are looking to commit to one bike for a longer run, trust me you can't go wrong with Honda.
Servicing cost and maintenance are reasonable. I never took care of my older bike and it was not adequate. Every being living or not needs maintenance and services for optimal performance.
Pros about Honda x-blade seat is bigger which is better! and once you ride a honda machine you will advocate its mechanism just like every Honda owner.
Cons- Tyre size is leaner. Maybe the engineers have thought of something. Which is not advertised. Anyway, i don't feel that's a con for the bike.

Rating Parameters

(out of 5)

5

Visual Appeal


5

Reliability


4

Performance


5

Comfort


5

Service Experience

About the Reviewer

Used it for

Leisure Rides

Owned for

< 3 months

Ridden for

< 5000 kms

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3


Great commuter with excellent mileage and comfort

2 years ago


Ajay Kumar B

bought my xblade in December 2020, rode it around 5000 km on highways and in the city with low to high traffic. It is my daily commute which covers 32 km every day. At the end of the day, I am pretty satisfied and happy with my bike and its performance.
Should you buy it or not.?
Yes, absolutely if you are looking for the following:
A 150-160 cc bike that you can rely on, every day. Honda's engines are reliable, I previously owned activa, for 6 years, used day-in-day-out without any single issue, apart from regular maintenance.
Excellent mileage. I got 73 km/l a couple of times, believe me. I'm getting 50-57 km/l in the city with moderate to high traffic - of course, it depends on your driving style. I don't know any other bike like this in this segment that can even comes close to these figures, I also have a TVS Apache 200 4v bs4 that hardly gives me 39 km/l for my riding style.
These are my fueling time stamps with odometer reading, see for yourself:
Great suspension, you can easily ride through a decent-sized pothole without even recognizing it. Comfortable for pillion too. Ride quality is great.
Smooth engine and gearbox. Very refined and smooth engine, no vibrations generally, very little vibrations even at 102 km/h (that's the maximum that i have gone). The gearbox is also smooth for quick shifting in the city. The clutch is very light, i am really impressed with the clutch. Breaks are also great, i had some close calls where single-channel abs was helpful. (it would be great if Honda had given dual-channel abs or at least combi-braking)
Now, no bike is perfect and it is the same with honda xblade as well.
The most significant con is its price, 1.13 lakhs ex-showroom price for a dual disc is a little high compared to the competition, but I decided to pay that price for its mileage, comfort, and reliability. Dual-channel abs or combi-braking might have justified the price.
Looks: xblade is a sharp-looking bike, you will like it or not, simple. It doesn't sit on a balance like a pulsar 150 (which is neither sporty nor conventional - it's a balance)
Power: every other bike in this segment offers more power than xblade which is 13.9 ps (except fzs-v3, i think). So if you go by the specs and are one of the people who think that power matters, xblade might not appeal to you (I rarely used 17 ps of power on my apache 200 4v bs4). But it offers more torque 14.8 nm, which is important than power for daily use in the city for the commute.
Service and spares: I will be straight, Honda's service is good, I didn't face any issues with the sale or service till now. But you might have to wait a long time for spare parts which are not immediately available (because of the low sales figure)
For those who are confused between unicorn bs6 and xblade bs6:
Both the bikes use the same engine. But power and torque have been tuned differently. Xblade offers more power and torque than unicorn bs6.
xblade comes with a rear-wheel of 130/70 profile so that you can be more confident in the corners.
Unicorn bs6 comes with a more conventional look and design (even the dash is in analog), xblade comes with a fully digital dashboard. Unicorn bs6 offers a longer seat and a negligible step-up.
My final take is, xblade might not be as good as other bikes (with more power) in the segment when you are looking for sheer power. But for an average rider who wants a daily commuter that doesn't hurt his pocket (i'm talking about fuel) and looks sharp, xblade might be the choice. I will take my xblade rather than my apache on any regular day without any second thought.
This review might be lengthy, i tried to cover most of the aspects. I do love riding bikes, not fast though, when you are fast you are in an adrenaline rush (most of the time), when you are slow you are yourself by all senses, that's the way i like it.
Thank you.

Rating Parameters

(out of 5)

4

Visual Appeal


5

Reliability


4

Performance


5

Comfort


4

Service Experience

About the Reviewer

Used it for

Daily Commute

Owned for

6 months-1 yr

Ridden for

5000-10000 kms

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3


Top bike with Great mileage and comfort

3 years ago


Avinash

Excellent bike , 200% better than Fz v3 , mileage is much better ( 55 Kmpl ) than other 150cc bikes , Go purchase x Blade without any doubt , Maintain 60-80 speed to get 55kmpl mileage , if you go higher speed than 90 you will get 45-50kmpl , Great bike in 150cc segment. Use better engine oil for better mileage.

Rating Parameters

(out of 5)

4

Visual Appeal


5

Reliability


5

Performance


5

Service Experience


5

Maintenance cost

5

Extra Features

About the Reviewer

Used it for

Daily Commute

Owned for

< 3 months

Ridden for

< 5000 kms

Tips for other riders

Maintain 60-80 speed to get 55kmpl mileage , if you go higher speed than 90 you will get 45-50kmpl , Great bike in 150cc segment.

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9


Super mileage

3 years ago


Dineshkumar

I have ridden 40000 kilometers maintain speed under 70.. City riding also 60kmpl , long riding give mileage 65kmpl, best mileage and riding comfortable super no back pain . Only we are facing gear shifting issue. Other wise very nice bike smooth engine. I daily used no issue super bike first test driving feel that sound noiseless performance.

Rating Parameters

(out of 5)

4

Visual Appeal


5

Reliability


5

Performance


5

Comfort


4

Service Experience

About the Reviewer

Used it for

Daily Commute

Owned for

> 1 yr

Ridden for

> 15000 kms

Tips for other riders

oil change every 2500km , maintaining speed under 70 super smooth engine maximum morning cold time riding long travel engine performance very good.

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14


18


Awesome bike all in one(look, mileage, speed)

3 years ago


Aparup Das

I am fully satisfied with this bike. I used it almost one & half year, no big problem found. Pick up is good, mileage is around 45-50 kmph, I think it is enough for 160cc. Handling is to easy . Look is also good. Maintenance cost is not so much. Top speed I have reach around 126kmph. Only cons I have found that gear shifting problem when I shifted 5 to 4 downside at very low speed, it failed but it happened only few time.

Rating Parameters

(out of 5)

4

Visual Appeal


5

Reliability


4

Comfort


3

Service Experience


5

Value for Money

About the Reviewer

Used it for

Daily Commute

Owned for

> 1 yr

Ridden for

5000-10000 kms

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7


4

Honda X-Blade Mileage FAQs

Q: What is the average of Honda X-Blade?
Fuel economy of Honda X-Blade, as reported by its owners, is 50 kmpl.

Q: How can I get the best mileage from Honda X-Blade?
Extracting the best fuel economy involves practicing various techniques like judiciously modulating the throttle, limiting excessive gearshifts in case of geared motorcycles and turning-off the engine while you are idling in traffic.

Q: What is the monthly fuel cost for Honda X-Blade?
Assuming fuel price ₹ 102.25 per liter and an average running of 500 km/month, the monthly fuel cost for X-Blade is ₹1020 per month. Click here to calculate your monthly fuel cost.
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