Honda has announced the 2016 model year of its three “X” crossover, the CB500X, NC750X and VFR1200X Crosstourer.
For 2016, the Honda NC750X, which was first and originally introduced as NC700X in 2011, gets a comprehensive design change for a more rugged, adventurous look. The NC750X receives new LED headlights and taillights, 70mm taller windscreen, three levels of S mode for the Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) version, new Showa “dual-bending” valve front fork and pre-load adjustable rear shock, and a new compact lightweight muffler alongside with aesthetic upgrade. The helmet storage under the seat also has been increased from 21 to 22 liters.
The 2016 Honda CB500X A2 licence-friendly crossover-styled bike gets a 100mm taller windscreen, new LED lights front and rear, as well as pre-load adjustable front suspension, adjustable brake lever and revised gear shift mechanism.
The VFR1200X Crosstourer which launched in 2012 also gets some slight tweak for 2016 including a new adjustable windscreen that allow rider to adjust the screen height with just one hand, three levels of S mode for the Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) with Software upgrades. The VFR1200X’s engine is now EURO4-compliant. The 2016 Honda VFR1200X will be available in Digital Silver Metallic, Pearl Cosmic Black, and a new Special Edition color of Candy Prominence Red and Graphite Black.