Is Honda Rebel a bobber?

Is Honda Rebel a bobber?

Honda has also launched a Bobber Special Edition variant of the Rebel 500 in Thailand which will be produced in a limited run of 100 units and it is around Rs 29,000 more expensive than the standard version in Thailand.

How fast can a 2009 Honda Rebel go?

Honda CMX250C

Manufacturer Honda
Bore / stroke 53.0 mm × 53.0 mm (2.09 in × 2.09 in)
Compression ratio 9.2:1
Top speed 79 mph (127 km/h)
Power 16.1 hp (12.0 kW)

What is high mileage for a Honda Rebel?

80,000 miles may be considered high mileage on a Honda Rebel. Still, if a Rebel has positive maintenance records, no sign of physical damage, and no oil leaks, there’s no reason it can’t run healthily for much longer.

What is the top speed of a Honda Rebel 500?

95 mph
Honda Rebel 300 / 500 Specifications

Model: Rebel 500
Top Speed: 95 mph (est)
Model ID: CMX500 (ABS: CMX500A)
Warranty: Transferable, unlimited-mileage limited warranty; extended coverage available with a Honda Protection Plan

Are Honda rebels reliable?

Not only are Honda Rebels reliable, but they’re inexpensive to fix, and parts are cheap. It’s a fast, nimble, lightweight, and fun bike for a beginner to get used to, and it’s easy to back up and pick up off the pavement if you drop it, which is something every beginner does at least once.

How many cc is a 2009 Honda Rebel?

2009 Honda Rebel – Specifications

Model: CMX250C
Engine Type: 234cc air-cooled parallel twin-cylinder
Bore and Stroke: 53mm x 53mm
Compression ratio: 9.2:1
Valve Train: SOHC; two valves per cylinder

How fast does a Rebel 250 go?

-70 mph
The weight is just one of the reasons that makes the Rebel a powerhouse in the 250 class. It’s also quick off the line while still having the power to cruise at 60-70 mph.

Where are Honda rebels made?

The Rebels are indeed built in Thailand.

Is Honda Rebel 500 good for long distance?

Honda Rebel 500 It doesn’t have much in the way of distractions, which allows the rider to just… ride. It also offers excellent fuel efficiency, and a seat that seems to be made out of magic allows the under 6 foot, under 220 lbs crowd to have the same enjoyment of the open road and a day out on the bike.