Honda has introduced the 2019 Range 500 cc motorcycles – Honda CBR500R, Honda CB500X and Honda CB500F at the 2018 EICMA Motorcycle Show in Milan, Italy. All three bikes have the same engine, but the purpose and appeal of these three are different. All three bikes have been updated for components and styling. The bike has a 471 cc twin-cylinder engine which gives power of 47bhp. At the same time, low and mid-range torque output has improved 4 percent.
The 2019 Honda CBR 500 cc range has been modified revised exhaust system. At the same time, distribution and intake have also been improved. These bikes will now come standard with an anti-rebound clutch. This means that many changes have been made in each motorcycle.
Starting with the 2019 Honda CBR500R. This full-feared bike has been given more angler design language than the current version. Headlamps are completely LED. Apart from this, dual-channel ABS standards have been given. In the bike, there are gate indicator, oversight warning and modified rear shock absorber with LCD instrument console. Making the bike lightweight, weighing 152 kg.
Speaking of the 2019 Honda CB500F, it is a street-fitter version which is based on CBR500R. The 2019 CBR500R features improved rear shocks, LCD console and Sharper-looking design language. The 2019 CBR500F includes full LED lighting, intermittent with single lens.
After all, now the 2019 Honda CB500X has made many changes compared to both the motorcycles. This bike has been designed with Africa Twin and now sports aerodynamics have improved. A thin seat and radius have been increased from 3 degrees to rotation. Similar to the other Honda Bikes, Indicators and Rear Shock absorbers have been improved with full LED lights. It should also be improving the Suspension of CB500X by increasing the front forks to 10 mm and the rear to 18 mm. The bike’s front tires are now given 19-inch instead of 17-inch.