Syakar Trading Company Pvt. Ltd., Distributor for Honda Products in Nepal, will be launching the new XR 190L at their Wing World Showroom in Teku, on Feb 4th, 2017.

With the exceptional success of the XR 150L, Honda Nepal is ready to announce another product in the Honda Big Bike Range – the “Honda XR 190L”. The XR190L is all set to be the successor of the legendary Honda XL 185. Till today the XL 185 has a huge fan following, addressing this, Honda will be launching the modern iteration of the XL 185, – the 184.4 cc “Honda XR 190L”.The XR 190L will be the first off-road motorcycle in Nepal to have PGM-Fi (Fuel-Injection), which delivers precise amount of fuel to the engine, which means easier cold starts, better mileage and consistent power delivery. It also comes with a backup kick start.

Weighing just 123kg, the XR 190L is easy to handle with a strong initial pickup. The 12-liter fuel tank with fuel level indicator, means the rider won’t have to worry about finding fuel stations on his adventures. Although the motorcycle has a high ground clearance, the seat height is relatively low, making it accessible to shorter riders. Spoked rims, long travel suspension, and a reliable air-cooled engine, all make the XR 190L a capable off-roader.

Honda Nepal truly believes the XR 190L is ideal to travel around anywhere in    Nepal, in any road conditions since the motorcycle is technically easy to repair and maintain. With the XR 190L – “the end of the road, is where the fun begins!”


XR 190 L Specifications



Type: Air cooled Single Cylinder SOHC

Fuel System: Fuel Injection (PGM-Fi)

Displacement: 184.4 cc

Max. Power Output: 15.6 hp@8,500rpm

Max. Torque: 15.7 Nm@6,000rpm

Bore x Stroke: 61.0 x 63.1 mm

Compression Ratio: 9.5:1

Starter: Electric and back up kick


Body Dimensions

Ground Clearance: 245 mm

Dry Weight: 123 kg

Seat Height: 823 mm

Fuel Tank Capacity: 12 Litres (Including 3.5 litre reserve)

Length: 2075 mm

Width 812 mm

Height: 1124 mm

Wheelbase: 1351 mm



No. of gears: 5

Gear pattern: 1-N-2-3-4-5


Tyres & brakes

Tyre size (Front): 90/90 (19-inch)

Tyre size (Rear): 110/90 (17-inch)

Front brake: 240mm Hydraulic Disc with dual-piston calliper

Rear brake: 110 mm, leading/trailing drum


Frame & Suspension

Frame Type: Steel Twin Tube

Front Suspension: Telescopic fork, 161mm axle travel

Rear Suspension: Mono Shock Swing arm, 151 mm axle travel


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