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Displacement 471 cc
Category Cruiser
Start Option Electric
Maximum Power 45.5 hp
Number Of Strokes 4-Stroke
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  • Overview
  • Design
  • Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Braking & Safety
  • Summary
  • Overview

    The Rebel is one of Honda's flagship motorcycles, which has garnered a considerable number of fans. There are several factors that contribute to its popularity as one of Honda's leading motorcycles, such as its cool and sporty appearance combined with robust performance. The Honda Rebel comes in various models, including the 250, 300, and 500. Since its debut in 1985, the Honda Rebel has been a favorite among riders for several decades. The model underwent significant changes in 2017 and continues to evolve to this day. For the year 2020, Honda continued to update the bike to appeal to its target audience, including features such as assisted clutch and additional footpegs, improved suspension, modern LED lighting, a redesigned instrument layout, and thicker, more comfortable seats.

  • Design

    In terms of design, this motorcycle follows the bobber cruiser concept, which prioritizes riding comfort. The low seating position and higher handlebar placement ensure an upright riding posture, reducing strain on the rider's back. The classic design and the use of wide tires add to the allure of this cruiser-style motorcycle. Moreover, the front headlamp retains the classic round bulb design, adding to its vintage appeal. The motorcycle features a teardrop-shaped fuel tank, sharp front-end frame and body design. The seat resembles a narrow but elongated saddle, reminiscent of the equestrian-style saddle.

  • Engine & Fuel Consumption

    The first Honda Rebel was introduced with a 500cc twin-cylinder engine featuring fuel injection technology. Its retro design as a cruiser motorcycle captivated riders, especially those interested in touring. The Honda Rebel 250 received several enhancements and modifications to improve its performance, including the latest LED lighting system. The Rebel 250 S Edition also boasts some component refinements that add to its allure. On the other hand, the Honda Rebel 300 now comes with a new single-cylinder 300cc engine with fuel injection technology (PGM-FI). Apart from the engine, it seems there are no other changes, and it remains similar to the Rebel 500 model.

  • Braking & Safety

    The braking system of this motorcycle still uses disc brakes on both wheels. Despite its weight being relatively heavy for a 250cc motorcycle, which is 168 kg, the bike is equipped with ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) technology, which enhances braking performance and ensures maximum deceleration. Additionally, it comes with tubeless tires, with sizes 130/90 – 16 M/C 67H for the front and 150/80 – 16 M/C 71H for the rear.

  • Summary

    The suspension provides a comfortable ride, along with the use of tubeless tires and a flexible steel frame for both the front and rear tires. The braking performance is excellent, especially the rear brake, which is easy to control. With its attractive design and various features offered, the Honda Rebel motorcycle is truly captivating and appealing to own. Furthermore, each variant of the Honda Rebel comes with modifications and comprehensive features that make it a desirable choice. It's essential for every consumer to pay attention to servicing and maintaining each part of their motorcycle in the long run to prevent serious damages from occurring. So, there's no harm in considering owning this motorcycle.

What Honda Rebel color do you like? Honda Rebel 2023 has a total of 1 color choices in the Philippines: Graphite Black

  • Honda Rebel Graphite Black

Graphite Black

  • How much is Honda Rebel in the Philippines?

    The Honda Rebel price in the Philippines starts at ₱385,000. The lowest price is the 2021 Honda Rebel Standard, ranging all the way up to the 2021 Honda Rebel Standard priced at ₱385,000.

  • Is the Honda Rebel a good motorcycle?

    The Honda Rebel is a popular motorcycle to buy as it offers powerful and efficient engine options as well as premium, spacious interiors. Even used Honda Rebel motorcycles offer the premium driving experience.

  • What models does Honda Rebel have?

    Honda Rebel models in the Philippines: 2021 Honda Rebel Standard.

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