×
Shortlist
  • Photo of Honda CB500X
  • Front Right View of CB500X
  • Rear View of CB500X
  • Head Light of CB500X
  • Tail Light of CB500X
  • Speedometer of CB500X
  • Engine of CB500X
    • Exteriors
    • Video

Honda CB500X

4.0 2 reviews
Review your Bike & win ₹ 1000
Rs. 5.79 Lakh Showroom Price: Delhi
View On Road Price   
View November Offers
Don't miss out on the latest offers this month

Honda CB500X Latest Updates

Honda has updated the CB500X for 2022 with more premium brakes and suspension along with new colour options. Check out our story for full details.

Honda has finally taken the plunge and introduced the first of its 500cc motorcycles in the country: the CB500X. But it arrives with a shocking sticker price of Rs 6.87 lakh (ex-showroom), which is just Rs 7,000 less than the Kawasaki Versys 650. Head here for launch details.

Honda CB500X Engine

The Honda CB500X is powered by the same 471cc parallel-twin engine seen on the CBR500R and CB500F. The motor has been tuned to produce 47.5PS at 8600rpm and 43Nm at 6500rpm, mated to a 6-speed transmission with an assist-and-slipper clutch. Honda says you could expect an average of 28.6kmpl via its 17.5-litre fuel tank. The bike employs a 41mm telescopic fork and a monoshock with preload adjustability at both ends. Braking duties are handled by a 310mm front disc and a 240mm rear disc with dual-channel ABS. The seat height of 830mm is on the taller side, which could be problematic for shorter riders. The bike’s 19-inch front and 17-inch rear tyres come wrapped in dual-purpose tyres.

Honda CB500X Design

This Honda ADV takes its design cues from the Africa Twin and features long-travel suspension. It isn’t a full-blown adventurer though, kind of like a sportbike on stilts. The CB500X has an ADV-like top-heavy design with a sleek face and decently large fairing. Honda will be bringing the CB500X to India in just two colours: Grand Prix Red and Matte Gunpowder Black Metallic.

Honda CB500X Features

Honda has been the purveyor of LED lighting with the modern illumination tech featuring prominently on the bike. The console is a negative LCD digital unit with adequate ride-related data displayed. While there is no USB charging or Bluetooth connectivity here, the CB500X has this unique feature called Emergency Stop Signal (ESS) that flashes the hazard lights during panic braking situations.

Honda CB500X Competitors

This compact Honda ADV takes on the likes of the Benelli TRK 502 and the Kawasaki Versys 650. Benelli takes the cake as a value-for-money proposition, managing to undercut the CB500X by over Rs 2 lakh. The CB is also priced precariously close to the Versys. While the Kawi packs more performance and better kit, the Honda is expected to have lower running and maintenance costs.

Read More

Honda CB500X Price

Honda CB500X price start at Rs. 5.79 Lakh (Ex-Showroom). Honda CB500X is offered in only one variant - STD.

CB500X STD

471 cc .
Rs. 5.79 Lakh
Ex-Showroom Price
View On Road Price
View November Offers

What is good and bad in CB500X?

  • CB500X Positives

    Creamy power delivery; Honda reliability; Low running and maintenance costs.

  • CB500X Negatives

    PRICE! Seat height might be a tad too high.

Honda CB500X User Reviews

4.0/5
Based on 10 rating & 2 reviews
Review your vehicle & win ₹ 1000
  • All
  • Looks (1)
  • Comfort (1)
  • Speedjust twist

    Super friendly bike pic do not do justice it is very good looking baby safari twin at 1/3price comfortable to drive at any speedjust twist the throttle and feel the acceleration

  • 4.2
    Love to have this bike

    Love to have this bike for 5lakh price bracket...

Image
Do you own a Car or a Bike?
  • Interact with community
  • Become a Top Contributor
Looking for Loan on Honda CB500X
EMI Calculator Explore finance Option

Honda CB500X Videos

Watch Honda CB500X videos to know more about this. Subscribe to the ZigWheels YouTube channel for detailed reviews, comparisons, exterior and interior walkarounds, pros & cons, specs & features, and lots more.

Honda CB500X News Updates

Here Are The 5 Best-selling Big Bikes In October 2022
Here Are The 5 Best-selling Big Bikes In October 2022
17 Nov, 2022
1528 views
From feisty streetfighters to big retro cruisers, the Indian premium bike segment has it all. And what better time to bring home a big bike than the festive season in... read more

Honda Planning A 500cc ADV, And It’s NOT A CB500X Update
Honda Planning A 500cc ADV, And It’s NOT A CB500X Update
10 May, 2022
2750 views
Will we see a light, nimble, off-road focused 500cc twin-cylinder ADV fromHonda? I mean, why not? Honda has the platform ready with theCB500X, its road-biased adventure bike.... read more

Honda CB500X Is Now Quite The Affordable ADV
Honda CB500X Is Now Quite The Affordable ADV
14 Feb, 2022
4311 views
As delightful as the Honda CB500X is, the biggest issue of the bike was its staggering price of Rs 6.87 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Thankfully, the mid-size ADV has now... read more
CB500X News

Honda CB500X FAQs

What is the price of Honda CB500X in 2022?

The 2022 ex-showroom price of Honda CB500X is 5.79 Lakh. Check On Road Price of CB500X. .

Does the Honda CB500X have ABS?

Yes, ABS feature is available in Honda CB500X. View full specification of CB500X.

Which is better Honda CB500X or Benelli TRK 502?

Honda CB500X Price starts at Rs. 5.79 Lakh which is Rs. 30,952 costlier than base model of Benelli TRK 502 priced at Rs. 5.49 Lakh. Compare Honda CB500X vs Benelli TRK 502 on the basis of price, specs, features, reviews.

What is the EMI of Honda CB500X in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Honda CB500X in Delhi is Rs. 15,879 per month @ 6% for a tenure of 36 months.

What are the colours available in Honda CB500X?

Honda CB500X is available in 2 colour : Matt Gunpowder Black Metallic and Grand Prix Red. View colour images of CB500X.

What is the kerb weight of Honda CB500X?

The kerb weight of Honda CB500X is 199 Kg.

Honda CB500X Road Tests

Honda CB500X First Ride Review
Honda CB500X First Ride Review
28 Mar, 2021
4766 views
Honda Big Wing has really been on a roll recently. First they launched the H’ness CB350 last year, and followed it up with the CB350RS this year. Now, they’ve... read more