The Honda CMX1100 Rebel was unquestionably a development for Honda and the cruiser market as a whole. Before the Rebel 1100 shook up the scene by introducing a new level of technology to the big-displacement cruiser game, there weren't many notable cruisers that came off the assembly lines of Japanese manufacturers for a very long time. Honda has now unveiled a unique Touring variant of the Rebel 1100 at EICMA 2022.
The Rebel 1100 served as the basis for this motorcycle, which is known as the CMX1100T, with the T signifying its touring-focused orientation. Similar to the standard cruiser, it was designed for a relaxed, leisurely ride. The bike's 1,084cc parallel twin-cylinder engine, which was built for incredibly powerful bottom and middle torque, gives it enough punch to keep up during spirited rides, as well. A newly designed front fairing and a pair of top-hinged hard panniers that mix in seamlessly with the overall look and offer a full 35 liters of storage capacity are just a few of the characteristics that set the CMX1100T apart from other long-distance focused cruisers.
The Rebel 1100 is transformed into a long-distance tourer equipped to take on the open road for hours on end by these comfort-focused luxuries from a head-turning city cruiser. Honda is selling the CMX1100T in a slick and stealthy Gunmetal Black Metallic hue to go along with the updated appearance.
In other news, Honda has updated the MSX125 Grom for the 2023 model year as well. The Grom, dubbed a "Pocket-Sized Funster," is well-liked for its carefree attitude. Splendid Blue and Matt Dim Gray Metallic are the two new colors Honda is introducing for the Grom for the 2023 model year. The 'Big Logo' graphics and special gold wheels are included in both color schemes. In addition, the Grom still has its distinctive athletic appearance and quick-release body parts. There have been no modifications made to the 125cc air-cooled engine.