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Offroad Vietnam Motorbike Adventures – Honda Phantom 200cc

HONDA PHANTOM 200CC

(Honda Phantom 200cc four-stroke cruiser)

Offroad Vietnam Motorbike Adventures - Honda Phantom 200cc. Honda Phantom 200cc Black, front and back Disc brake

About Honda Phantom 200cc

Honda Phantom 200cc has a classic look and strong with black colour. This is imported brand new from Thailand in early 2010. In general, it’s a small chopper, fire edition and cool look. However, the very low ground clearance makes this bike only ideal on highways.

However, with the arrival of a newer fleet, we discontinued this bike in 2011. Now you can rent Honda CGL125cc or Honda Winner 150cc.

Honda Phantom 200cc Specifications

Curb weight 140 kg
Overall length x width x height 2256 x 775 x 1085 mm
Seat height 775 mm
Min-ground clearance 135 mm
Fuel tank capacity 11.2 litres
Front Tires 90 / 90 to 17 M / C 49P (tubeless)
Rear Tires 130 / 90 to 15 M / C 66P (tubeless)
Front Brakes Disc Brake (Dual piston calliper)
Rear Brakes Disc Brake (Dual piston calliper)
Clutch Manual, Wet Type, & Double Clutch
Battery MF 12 Volt – 4.5 Ah
Spark Plug DPR8EA-9 (NGK) or X24EPR-U9 (DENSO)
Ignition CDI-DC, Battery
Cam Chain Silent chain
Front suspension Telescopic
Rear suspension Dual Rear Shock Absorbers
Engine type 4 Speed, SOHC, Air Cooled
Displacement 196.9 cm3
Bore stroke 63.5 x 62.2 mm
Compression ratio 9.0: 1
Gear box 1-N-2-3-4-5-6, 6 Speed
Starting system Electric starter

Sorry, this motorcycle was sold, not available for rent anymore.

For current Japanese Honda road bikes Offroad Vietnam hires out, please follow this link.

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  1. Andy Reply

    HELLO SIR, I AM INTERESTED TO BUY, I AM IN SAIGON . PLEASE PROVIDE ME MORE DETAIS AS ELL PRICING.
    THANK YOU .
    MR. ANDY

    • Anh Wu Reply

      Hello Andy. This bike was sold a few years ago and we don’t have any manual clutch bike for sale anymore. We are not a motorbike dealers, just sell our own bikes to upgrade to a newer or bigger fleet. Good luck.

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