A lady riding down the street on a Honda Rebel 500
22YM HONDA CMX1100 REBEL

2022 Honda GL1800 Gold Wing, CMX1100 Rebel, CMX500 Rebel Get New Colours

Honda has updated the GL1800 Gold Wing, CMX500 Rebel, and CMX1100 Rebel with new color schemes for 2022.

2022 GL1800 Gold Wing

The Gold Wing is Honda’s flagship touring motorcycle, and it comes with all the bells and whistles you could imagine on two wheels. For 2022, Honda has given the manual GL1800 Gold Wing ‘Tour’ a Gunmetal Black Metallic colorway that features a ‘blacked out’ engine.

Meanwhile, the DCT/Airbag version will be available in new Glint Wave Blue Metallic and Pearl Glare White paint options for 2022, in addition to the Gunmetal Black Metallic color scheme. The DCT-only model, on the other hand, comes with a new Mat Jeans Blue Metallic color.

VisorDown also reports on what else the 2022 Gold Wing will have to feature. Mechanically, the bike remains unchanged and comes powered by an inline-six engine. Features include a 7-inch TFT screen, gyrocompass navigation, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, 4 riding modes, HSTC (Honda Selectable Traction Control), and Hill Start Assist.

2022 CMX500 Rebel, CMX1100 Rebel

VisorDown reports that the A2 license-friendly CMX500 Rebel is the best-selling Custom motorcycle in Europe this year. It’s currently available in Mat Jeans Blue Metallic, Graphite Black, and Matt Axis Grey Metallic. For 2022, there will also be a new Pearl Organic Green color added to the list. 

The larger CMX1100 Rebel will get a Pearl Stallion Brown color scheme for 2022, apart from the existing Gunmetal Black Metallic color. 

Just like the Gold Wing, the two Rebel motorcycles received no mechanical changes for 2022. Some of the features that the Rebel 500 has to offer include a 500cc parallel-twin engine and a slipper clutch. You also have the option of buying the Rebel S variant that comes with an extra headlight cowl, fork covers, and gaiters. 

The CMX1100 Rebel, meanwhile, offers a 1,084cc parallel twin-cylinder engine, HSTC, wheelie control, cruise control, and 3 riding modes. Hardware components include a 43mm cartridge-style front fork, a monoshock at the rear, and a four-piston, radial-mount front brake caliper. 

A lady riding down the street on a Honda Rebel
22YM HONDA CMX1100 REBEL

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