Honda X4

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honda x4

Honda X4 series was first launched in the year 1997 by the Japanese company Honda. It is a cruiser with 1300 ccm displacement and equipped with in-line four, two stroke engine. It has a liquid cooling system with the top speed of 190 km/h and 4 speed gear box. The height of the seat is 730 mm and has a very comfortable and pleasing seat allowing the rider and the pillion to enjoy the ride. The fuel capacity of the bike is 15 litres and maximum power of 1000 hp at 6500 rpm. This bike is just like an ordinary bike and it is not used for a sports or anything. The look is simple yet good and is good for going from one part of the city to another. With time the technologies of this Honda x4 series have changed into better and has some good features in it.

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