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The sporty styling of the X Blade will turn many heads.
Out on the streets, the X Blade comes across as fairly entertaining.
Riding posture we feel could have been better.
Sharp lines and creases make the X Blade look attractive.
Ride quality is slightly on the stiffer side.
The engine is tuned for urban commuting but you still can have fun.
All-digital instrument console is easy to read and gets gear position indicator.
Quality of hand-grips is good, not so for switch gear.
Lack of engine kill switch is disappointing to say the least.
Long wide saddle means that there's enough space for rider and pillion.
The LED tail-light on the X Blade is funky.
Dual-tone finish on the fuel tank is a nice design touch.
Textured panels have been used extensively on the X Blade.
3-D logo on the fuel tank looks premium.
The X Blade's motor has a nice tone to it when ridden hard.
'Robo face' LED headlight is the design highlight of the X Blade.
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