I doubt it. The 2013–15 models had grab handles either side of the pillion seat, and so the racks fitted by simply replacing these.
With the 2016 model Honda got rid of those handles, so the bike no longer has the threads on the frame for those racks to use. Even if they did, the redesign of the pillion seat would probably get in the way of using them anyway.
So now accessories use the pillion pegs as mount point instead, but being much further forward means they need a totally different design.
I am only aware of two options for the bike. SW-Motech make a rack for the 2016–18 models, it is designed to mount a top box plate but as it is a universal design it could be used on its own as a rack on. Not the most attractive rack, but probably the only real option.
Givi (and Kappa) also sell a "rack" for their own boxes, but they are really just a set of arms so need one of their plates fitted to join them. And I do not think it works with a universal plate, which has a flat design that would can be used as a reasonable rack (I had one mounted on the rack of my old 125). The bike specific plates Givi and Kappa say to use are narrower at the end and hollow in the middle, so give less support as a rack.
At first, I fitted a small tail pack (E-bay, $23 USD) and while a step up, it hardly had the capacity I wanted. Any larger a tail pack on the passenger seat would make the bike impossible for me to "throw a leg over" when mounting it. I had a pair of Nelson-Rigg throw over sport bags of medium capacity. these are of formed Nylon cloth and don't easily sag. The straps for these fit between the passenger seat and the bike's rear fender. To keep the bags from tilting inward at the bottom, I bought several pieces of mild steel flat stock and, removing the passenger footrests, fabricated the mild steel "strap" into braces that run across the inner panel of the bags. These do not support the bags. That is done by the straps over the rear fender. I anchored the two braces to the "fender" extension (to the tail lamp) with a cross piece and a stainless steel U-bolt. After near 1000 miles, they work just fine and I have plenty of room for a rainsuit, lunch, whatever. I hope the attachments work. I "winged" the upload as it's different from what I'm used to.
How tall are you? When travelling "light" I have a rucksack strapped to the seat in addition to my top box, which I am sure must take up as much space as a large tail pack. I reckon it must be about at least 9" tall, and because of the box it sits so far forward it becomes a back rest.
I am 5'8" and can get on the bike, so long as I remember to do it properly! The trick is to fold you knee back, so instead of it sticking out and kicking into the bag, it passes over the seat almost pointing straight up.
Mind even with soft panniers and nothing on the pillion seat I need to use the same method to get into the seat. Instead of the height, then it is the extra width which means I cannot stretch my leg far enough to clear them.
I'm sure if you look around, you will find the same top box + rack quite cheaper.
Also, SHAD makes an add-on "extra rack" which attaches to the main rack so that you can fit soft panniers on both sides (looks like this also should be compatible with a passenger, but I haven't tried these):
The Givi/Kappa system is pretty much identical, although their side rack is intended for use with (a very limited selection) of hard panniers.
I have the optional stop light kit for my Givi box, which I think makes a big difference. As you can see in those links to the SHAD box, it sits quite far back from the stop light that the light can be hidden from lorry drivers because of their high driving position.
SHAD also make a stop light kit, which is slightly better as it sits between the plate and box so works with any box. With Givi you need a suitable box and compatible kit.
2016 CB500F here. I bought a LeoVince aftermarket exhaust and, to my surprise, the OEM center stand was supposed to match up with a bump stop on the OEM exhaust.
I read in the forums that people had just put a longer bolt on the exhaust clamp. I tried 2 methods: a longer stainless steel bolt...
Know there are a few different posts on the topic, after some initial research I can tell what I dont want to do, but any advise on other companies offering a rear hugger / mudguard would be great.
I was really hoping to find something to fit the actual Bike as opposed to using CB300 parts...
I am a firm believer that things sometimes happen because you are least prepared for them. I have always taped a spare key to my bikes. Never had to use one. Yet. Where is the best place/price to get a spare (third) key for a CB500F? Thanks. Rick