Kijima Accessories Introduced For Honda Rebel 1100  – ZigWheels
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Kijima Accessories Introduced For Honda Rebel 1100 – ZigWheels

The Honda Rebel 1100, that’s yet to arrive on our shores, is a good-looking yet purposeful cruiser. And when you have cruisers, there are bound to be customisers who look at improving the bike’s design. Just like Kijima, a Japanese accessories maker, which has introduced some interesting accessories for the Rebel 1100. 

The first set of accessories are aimed strictly at enhancing the touring capabilities. These include a big Harley-Davidson CVO-type fairing up front with an integrated phone mount, extensive luggage mounts at the rear and auxiliary lights to keep things clear at night, all sold separately. 

Then, we have the huge crash protectors/engine guards for the bike, which resemble the ones we’re used to seeing here.

Aimed at improving rider comfort, a custom handlebar is available too. It is 50mm closer to the rider and 10mm higher than the standard handle, hence it should result in a more laid back riding stance.

Not only this, pillion comfort has also been considered, since Kijima also offers a slim tubular grab rail-cum-backrest for the Rebel 1100. While this’ll get the job done, we think some padding would’ve made it more purposeful.

 

Topping all this off are the small yet important bits like a helmet lock, a sleek tail tidy kit, a handlebar phone mount with 1.5kg load capacity and a chrome Honda badge.

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Coming to the bike, the Rebel 1100 is Honda’s most rebel(lious) cruiser. It draws power from a Euro-5 compliant 1,084cc parallel-twin powerhouse putting out 87PS and 98Nm. Also part of the package are extensive electronic aids like four riding modes, three-level traction control, and wheelie control.

But how much will all this set you back by? Well, here’s the price list:

Accessory

Price (converted from Yen)

Fairing Kit

Rs 35,600

Handlebar

Rs 9,000

Luggage Carrier 

Rs 13,000

Phone Mount

Rs 5,500

Fog Lamp

Rs 24,000

Engine Guard

Rs 15,000

Backrest

Rs 12,200

Helmet lock

Rs 2,700

Looking at the prices these accessories certainly seem purposeful and value for the money. Sadly, these are no use for us, Indians, for now at least, as Honda India is showing no inclination of launching the Rebel 1100.


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