Honda Reveals Pricing for Its 2022 Lineup in Europe
Over the last couple of months, Honda has announced the 2022 updates for multiple models in its portfolio. These included the Africa Twin and the CB500 platform, which comprises the CB500X, CBR500R, and CB500F. VisorDown has now reported on how much these motorcycles will cost you in Europe..
2022 Honda CB500X, CBR500R, and CB500F price
For 2022, the CB500X adv-tourer, fully-faired CBR500R, and street-naked CB500F received some notable updates, including a new swingarm, inverted Showa 41mm SFF-BP forks, lighter wheels, dual front disc brakes, and retuned fuel-injection settings.
Prices for the CB500 range start at £5,849 (around $8,078) for the 2022 Honda CB500F. The bike is available in Matt Axis Grey Metallic, Pearl Smokey Grey, Pearl Dusk Yellow, and Grand Prix Red colour schemes.
Prices for the CB500X start at £6,349 (about $8,769), and the bike will be available in three colour schemes —Matt Gunpowder Black Metallic, Pearl Organic Green, and Grand Prix Red.
The most expensive model in the lineup is the CBR500R, for which prices start at £6,399 (around $8,838). Available in Matt Gunpowder Black Metallic and Grand Prix Red colour schemes, the CBR500R is a beautiful motorcycle.
VisorDown reports that the CB500 range costs only about £100 more than the 2021 model year motorcycles.
The standard 2022 Honda Africa Twin CRF1100L with the manual gearbox is priced at £13,049 ($18,023). Opting for the DCT, meanwhile, will set you back an additional £900 ($1,243) at £13,949 ($19,266). The bike is available in Matt Ballistic Black Metallic, Grand Prix Red, and Pearl Glare White colour schemes for 2022.
On the other hand, prices for the higher-spec Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports model start at £14,749 ($20,371). The Adventure Sports DCT model will cost you £1,200 more at £15,949 ($22,028). The bike is available in Pearl Glare White (Tricolour) and Matt Ballistic Black Metallic.