Gray And Green Liveries For The CMX500 Rebel
Standard and Touring CMX1100 Rebels opt for sobriety
After unveiling the new designs of its touring bikes, the GL1800 Gold Wing DCT and GL1800 Gold Wing Tour DCT, earlier this week, Honda continues to reveal its 2024 motorcycle lineup by venturing into the cruiser segment.
As the leader in custom motorcycle sales since 2021, the CMX500 Rebel will face increased competition next year with the arrival of the Kawasaki Eliminator 500 and the Moto Morini Calibro 650. However, this cruiser, powered by the inline twin of the CB500 and thus compatible without restriction with the A2 license, does not intend to change its formula.
For the 2024 model year, the midsize cruiser will primarily introduce two new colors: silver and matte green, in addition to the matte black already available in the catalog. The Rebel S, distinguished by its windscreen, fork gaiters, and upholstery, will, on the other hand, be available in glossy black.
On the side of the larger CMX1100 Rebel, Honda remains true to its minimalist approach, as the only available livery will be gray.
The touring variant, CMX1100T, with panniers and fairing, will see its black livery enhanced with a pair of bronze-colored wheels.
Honda sticks to its preferred classic colors. The brand has also developed a blue version of the CMX1100 Rebel, but this won’t be available in the French market. The 2024 custom motorcycles are expected to be at dealerships starting from January.
Availability / Prices
- CMX500 Rebel: Gray, Green
- CMX500 Rebel S: Glossy Black
- CMX1100 Rebel: Gray
- CMX1000 Touring Rebel: Black
- Availability: 2024
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