To maximize your speed, handling, and good looks, invest in a 2022 Honda Rebel 500 ABS SE Cruiser. The 471cc twin-cylinder engine’s low weight and broad power range make it fun to ride on city streets and open highways. There are several cutting-edge features that any cyclist worth their salt would expect to find, and the wide front tire and blacked-out engine help ensure it gets noticed. Such as anti-lock braking systems, which are an extra costly choice. Extensive use of LEDs in the illumination system. And the slipper/assist clutch is a Honda innovation that enhances the riding experience. The new hues and low seat height make this model appealing. The Rebel 500 ABS SE again includes our most sought-after add-ons, such as the Black Diamond-Stitch Seat, Black Fork Boots and Sleeves, and a Headlamp Cowl to complement the rest the bike. The Rebel 500 is an ultra-modern yacht that spares no expense. One is already here and waiting for you.
2022 Honda Rebel 500 ABS SE Cruisers – Features and Specs
The Rebel can be personalized to reflect your unique style and personality. This paper, however, is not the standard white color you find in painting supply stores. The blacked-out components of the engine, chassis, and bodywork appear fantastic both during the day and at night.
The Rebel’s exhaust system is completely blacked out, eliminating the need to clean the metal again. In addition, perhaps the most significant benefit? Its fantastic music is a crucial part of the biking experience.
Classic Instrument Shape
The Rebel’s instruments are another defining feature that successfully marries the old and the new by using a retro design to house cutting-edge digital LCD readouts. Both the gear and gasoline usage can be monitored on the gauges.
The motorcycle’s headlamp is another crucial component. You can have the best of both environments with the Rebel. The headlamp is both powerful and exact, and the Rebel’s round nacelle design, aluminum cast headlight bracket, and glass lens lend it an air of refined sophistication.
All LED Lighting Package
LED bulbs are the current standard. LEDs have the potential to be smaller, more durable, and less frequently replaced than conventional lights over their lifetimes. That’s why the Rebel 500 features an all-LED lighting package—headlight, taillight, turn signals, and even the license-plate light.
A wide range of fantastic hues awaits your 2022 selection. Look at some available bikes: Metallic Matte Gray or Organic Pearl Green.
Optional Honda Accessories
Do you want to put your hands on your Rebel 500? We stock a wide variety of original equipment manufacturer parts. You can get a passenger seat with a foot peg kit, a backrest, saddlebags, and a rear carrier, to name a few.
Limited-Edition Rebel 500 ABS SE
Our Rebel 500 ABS is now available in a particular model, “SE,” that will be produced in small quantities. It comes pre-equipped with a number of our most in-demand optional extras. This package includes a Brown Diamond-Stich Seat, Black Fork Boots, Black Upper Fork Covers, and a Headlamp Cowl to complement your bike’s existing paint job.
Steel Rear Fender
The timeless quality of genuine steel will never go out of style. The rear fenders on the Rebel are made of steel and come in a color complement to the fuel tank or a dull black finish. The steel mudguard looks fantastic and offers sturdy support for the passenger seat that can be removed if desired.
Wide 41mm Fork
First impressions matter most regarding fashion, and the Rebel makes a great one. The front suspension allows for responsive handling and a comfortable ride, but the bike’s hefty 41mm head tubes set it apart.
Refined Rear Suspension
The rear springs on the Rebel 500 are nitrogen-filled and feature a unique spring rate. The goal, as with the front suspension, is to improve both rider comfort and handling.
Wide Front Wheel
The wide 130/90-16 front tire isn’t just for show on the Rebel; it also contributes to the vehicle’s impressive handling and halting ability.
In terms of bench height, nearly everyone prefers something lower. One of the weakest chairs available is the Rebel, which measures 27.2 inches. As a passenger, you can relax knowing that you should not need to worry about tripping over anything, and when you’re on foot, efficiently squick run red lights or navigate parking garages.
The Rebel 500, at just 408 pounds with a full gasoline tank, is much more enjoyable and welcoming to ride than larger machines; it’s ideal for beginners or those who prefer a more maneuverable motorcycle. Weight and balance are also factors that contribute to improved efficiency.
The Rebel is extremely narrow at the pivotal tank/seat, inters wagering getting on and off the motorcycle and resting one’s feet when stopped. The range of motorcyclists the Rebel can accommodate is impressive.
To operate a motorcycle, a passenger must have three places of contact: the seat, the handlebars, and the foot pegs. The passenger triangle on the Rebel is a happy medium between a mellow cruiser and a more intense racing bimo mentally available a Rebel; everyone will notice your domineering riding style.
Single Seat including Available Accessory Passenger Seat & Footpeg Kit
Are you carrying only the essentials for your solo trip? Feel like bringing a buddy with you? Find the simplicity of a single chair appealing? Do you take advantage of the adaptability of a guest seat? Since the auxiliary passenger seat, passenger footpegs, and footpeg holders are all straightforward bolt-on additions to the Honda Rebel, you can easily have it both ways.
Honda’s racing vehicles served as the incubator and testing ground for this technology. The slipper/assist clutch provides a lighter clutch draw at the lever but a firm locking upon releasing the lever and applying the throttle. Technology has been developed that reduces clutch exertion by about 30 percent.
Many modern bikes are impressive to look at from a standstill but fall short when the road starts to curve. The Rebel exemplifies Honda’s high standards for its motorcycles’ ride and handling; the bike’s handling and cornering are given as much care as its striking appearance.
2.9-Gallon Fuel Tank
The gasoline tank is an integral part of motorbike construction. The classic design of the Rebel’s 2.9-gallon gasoline tank stands the test of time, and the bike’s exceptional fuel economy enhances its practicality.
Die-Cast Aluminum Rear Subframe
Here’s an opportunity for Honda’s makers to take a practical component of the bike and give it a stylish upgrade. Passenger seat mounting brackets made of metal are sturdy, lightweight, and aesthetically pleasing.
Wide Rear Tire
In addition to providing superior traction, the Rebel’s low and wide 16-inch back tire contributes to the bike’s more compact profile. Not only that, but it appears to be sturdy.
The Rebel 500 is the perfect application for a vehicle powered by a twin-cylinder motor. The 471cc Rebel 500 features one of Honda’s finest twin engines. Honda twins are well-known for their adaptability. The narrow width of the bike’s parallel-twin motor contributes to the bike’s compact profile. What’s more, it provides abundant efficiency both at low and high revs.
Cast Aluminum Wheels
Front and back cast wheels are not only lightweight and helpful but also simple to clean and give the Rebel an air of modernity that belies its vintage appearance. The bike looks even better thanks to its broad wheels and tires.
The CMX500 Rebel symbolizes independence for riders everywhere, especially those with only an A2 license. The bike is a clean painting waiting to be filled with your ideas thanks to its robust, liquid-cooled, parallel twin-cylinder engine nestled in a low chassis and updated suspension, lighting, comfort, and gauges.
An Easy Ride
When upgrading from a minor cycle, you will appreciate the friendly, smooth, and linear reaction provided by the established parallel twin-cylinder motor. It now has an exhaust that complies with EURO5 standards, and the inclusion of an assist-and-slipper clutch makes shifting gears easier with a 30% lighter handle feel. With your arms extended in the low seat height, you can take a stress-free ride down the freeway. While traveling slowly, the Rebel is still charming and straightforward to control.
Close-up of the rider’s rear three-quarters from behind, on a Honda CMX500 Rebel, in the street. Mechanic’s garage with a Honda CMX500 Rebel positioned outside.
A pair of parallel-twin engines with a running setup. The low bench height and narrow profile make it easy to maneuver in heavy city traffic. A new PGM-FI fuel injection map has given the Rebel’s motor a different personality than the CBR500R’s, which was centered on high rpm performance. Along with its highest power of 34kW @ 8,500rpm, its robust bottom-end production with more muscular torque of 43.2Nm@ 6,000rpm ensures both rapid acceleration and stable driving.
The 2-1 exhaust has a ‘shotgun’ muffler with a 120mm diameter and two resonator compartments to get the perfect tone. The engine’s deep, pulsing sound is a result of the 180° phased firing sequence and the interior rework and new LAF sensor that bring it into EURO5 conformance. When put through the 6-speed transmission, the power of this engine becomes apparent.
Honda CMX500 Rebel seen from the front three-quarters, outside. A Honda CMX500 Rebel that faces forward. Put simply, you can go wherever you want, whenever you want. As a medium-sized motorbike, the CMX500 Rebel is an excellent option for those who prefer not to commit to a smaller or bigger machine.
Honda Motorcycles Experience
The Honda Motorcycles Europe software lets you put your stamp on your preferred model. Very simple. Pick out the perfect cycle and paint it to your liking. After that, use the augmented reality function to see how it would appear in your garage. You can customize it with the help of the Combined Accessories Store. Videos from the Honda Motorcycles Europe account on YouTube can be viewed within the program as well.
2022 Honda Rebel 500 ABS SE Cruisers – Price
The new 2022 Honda Rebel 500 ABS SE Cruisers is available at $6,899 only.
2022 Honda Rebel 500 ABS SE Cruisers – Technical Specifications
|Type||471cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke|
|Bore And Stroke||67mm x 66.8mm|
|Ignition||All-new Full transistorized ignition|
|Valve Train||All-new DOHC; 4 valves-per-cylinder|
|Final Drive||O-ring-sealed chain|
Chassis Suspension Brakes
|Front Suspension||41 mm of a fork; 4.8-inch of travel|
|Rear Suspension||Dual shocks, including 3.8-inch of travel|
|Front Brake||Hydraulic disc; ABS|
|Rear Brake||Hydraulic disc; ABS|
|Rake (Caster Angle)||28° 0′|
|Seat Height||27.2 inches|
|Curb Weight||414 pounds|
|Fuel Capacity||2.9 gallons|
|Miles Per Gallon||67 MPG|
|Emissions||Meets current EPA standards. California version meets current CARB standards & it may differ slightly due to emissions equipment.|
|Available Colors||Matte Silver|
Factory Warranty Information
|One Year||Transferable, unlimited-mileage limited warranty|
|Optional Extended||Extended coverage is available, including a HondaCare Protection Plan®|