Strength, agility, economy and more power
are four characteristics that distinguish the new XR190CT. It faithfully retains the duality of the XR family, so it’s a motorcycle designed to respond well in the city and beyond. Whether on your daily trips or out for a weekend, the XR190CT is always ready.
The fuel-efficient, fuel-injected, high-performance 184cc single-cylinder OHC engine is air-cooled, delivering 11.1kW of power and 15.7Nm of torque. Versatile for both electric and kick-start options.
The large, sturdy, steel rear carrier is fitted as standard to help carry an easy load on this everyday workhorse. The carrier is built and positioned for the fitment of various top boxes, allowing for a comfortable carry option of up to 20kg.
Handlebar and Instrument Cluster
The crossbar-design handlebar is built to be fully compatible for challenging off-road riding, with positioning that provides a commanding riding position and a full view of an intrument cluster that offers legible, easy-to-use controls
Enjoy superb stopping power with the 240mm single-disc hydraulic front brake, which features a two-piston calliper design.
|Category (ies)||DUAL PURPOSE|
|Service intervals||6000 km|
|0 — 100 km/h (sec)||N/A|
|Dimensions and Weights|
|Claimed KERB weight (kg)||137|
|Seat height (mm)||827|
|Rake/trail (°/ mm)||N/A|
|Front suspension||Telescopic Fork|
|Rear suspension||Mono Shock|
|Tank capacity (l)||12|
|Fuel system||Fuel Injector|
|Engine configuration||Air cooled, Single Cylinder, OHC|
|Valves Per cylinder||4|
|Capacity (cc)||184||Power (KW)||11.1kW/8000rpm|
|Torque (NM)||15,7Nm 5500rpm|
|Brakes||(f) Single disk. (R) Drum|
|Frame material||Steel Twin Tube|
|Wheels||Wire Spoke Wheel|
All specifications are provisional and subject to change without notice.
** Please note that the figures provided are results obtained by Honda under standardised testing conditions prescribed by WMTC. Tests are conducted on a rolling road using a standard version of the vehicle with only one rider and no additional optional equipment. Actual fuel consumption may vary depending on how you ride, how you maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tyre pressure, installation of accessories, cargo, rider and passenger weight, and other factors.