Among the new Brixton 2022 , alongside the Crossfire 125 and Cromwell 1200, we also find the Crossfire 500 XC. As its name suggests, the model is technically made on the Crossfire 500 and Crossfire 500X sisters, however, it is characterized by some details and components that highlight its adventure appeal.
The new XC differs from its predecessors in its more off-road appearance. The 19-inch front wheel, for example, has the front fender all raised. Tires are 110/80-19 at the front and 150/60-17 at the rear. The plate is placed under the tail and the headlamp has a protective grille. Furthermore, the Brixton Crossfire 500 XC must be equipped with a state-of-the-art engine.
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The engine is 486 cm³ in line with the liquid-cooled, 4-stroke double valve camshaft, which is already used in the other sisters. The manufacturer declares a maximum power of 47 hp at 8,500 rpm. and maximum torque of 4.3 kgf.m to 6750 rpm.
The braking is entrusted to J.Juan calipers, which bite a 320 mm front and a 240 mm rear disc, both with ABS. Suspensions are KYB and fully adjustable. The bench is 851 mm above the ground, the tank has a capacity of 13.5 liters and the maximum speed is 160 km/h.
In running order, the motorcycle weighs 195 kg. Standard electronic equipment includes daytime running lights, pilot indicators and full LED headlights. The design shows the “X”-shaped tank, a characteristic feature of the family, but it is also distinguished by the presence of the side plates.
When exactly the new Brixton Crossfire 500 XC will hit the market has not yet been revealed, as is its price. It's just wait and see what the factory will announce. And you, what did you think of this adventurous machine. Do you think it has the potential to compete with established brands here in Brazil? Leave your comment!
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