Honda CBR650R Price, Images, Mileage,Colours, Review in India

Honda CBR650R Overview

Expected Price:-8.00 lakh

Expected Launch Date:May 2019

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Honda Company has officially started bookings for the new 2019 Honda CBR650R. This 650cc sports bike will be launched in India in the next few months and will replace the ageing CBR650F here. According to Honda, the new bike will be priced below the Rs 8 lakh mark and the new bike can be booked by paying a token amount of Rs 15,000 from any of Honda’s 22 ‘Wing Word’ dealerships across India.

The new Honda CBR650R gets a complete makeover and looks like a smaller version of Honda’s flagship litre-class superbike, the CBR1000RR. Features include new double LED headlight and a fully-digital instrument empathize that replaces the dated twin-pod digital tools cluster seen on the CBR650F.

This bike has 649cc engine, liquid-cooled, inline-four engine has been updated for translates a stronger mid-range and a higher fan motor. It now makes 95PS at 12,000rpm and 64Nm at 8500rpm. You have get a slipper clutch. Electronics comprise multi-stage grip control.

The new bike have lose weight 6kg, due to a the lighter frame and smaller fuel tank. Suspension updates include Showa Separate Function upside-down front forks and a preload-adjustable rear monoshock. This bike have 310mm twin front discs get new radially riding Nissin four-pot calipers while the rear gets a larger 240mm disc.

Honda CBR650R Preview

The 2019 Honda CBR650R borrows design inspiration from the litre-class CBR 1000RR Fireblade, while the promises of bike maker that they mixing everyday usability of performance with track-focused. The bike gets a newly looking chassis, fuel tank and foot rest, all of which makes it 6 kg lighter than its predecessor. The CBR650R comes with 41 mm Showa Seperate Fork Function (SFF) USD forks up front and a monoshock unit at the rear. This bike gets dual-radial mount calipers at the front and a single-piston caliper at the rear, it combines with disc brakes for improvement in stopping power. This bike comes with dual-channel ABS as standard.

Power of the new Honda bike comes from the regenerate 649 cc liquid-cooled, in-line four cylinder engine tuned for 94 bhp at 12,000 rpm. The motor now revs 1000 rpm higher, while peak power has rise by five per cent. The torque circle has improved with the new output rated at 64 Nm available at 8500 rpm. The bike abide to be paired with a 6-speed gearbox and comes with an assist/slipper clutch and Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) that can be switched off.

2019 Honda CBR650R
2019 Honda CBR650R

Other important boost cover a more combative riding conduct with clip-ons thanks to the re-positioned handlebar moved forward by 30 mm, which sit lower than the CBR650F. The footpegs are also occupation 3 mm rearward and are set 6 mm higher. The seat height abide the same at 810 mm.
Honda makes it a little more vigorous, and that is reflected in the styling. It is looking now like a baby Fireblade, that has superb. There is aggression in the new riding position as well – the handlebars are lower and 30mm further forward, and the footpegs have been moved 3mm back and 6mm higher. The seat is a split seat, which means the rider’s seat is bolted on. This will give the rider more feel. The engine also delivers 5 per cent more peak power with a redline that is 1000rpm higher, totalling 98bhp at 12,000rpm. The CBR650R is thin on electronics, with just ABS.

The CBR650R will compete in concept with the likes of the Kawasaki Ninja 650, another 650cc faired sportsbike. But in reality, it will be closer in character to the Triumph Street Triple, although that is not a faired machine.

Honda CBR650R Highlights

Honda has officially started receiving Rs 15,000 nominal ammount of bookings for the 2019 CBR650R. Deliveries are expecting to starts in April 2019 for the bike. for the bike are expected to commence by April 2019. Honda company says that the bike will travel through the CKD route to India and hence, it will be priced under Rs 8 lakh.

The Honda CBR650R will replace the now quited CBR650F in India. New bike gets specific visual and mechanical improvements over the 650F bike. Take the instance design, for example, which is now reminiscent of the CBR1000R Fireblade superbike. The more sporty and edgier styling is also in line with the ‘R’ suffix that Honda has chosen for the bike. A more aggressive riding position also helps in complements the racer designs. This is achieved by lowering the clip-ons and moving the footpegs slightly rearwards.

2019 Honda CBR650R

The CBR650R bike gets a more powerful engine than the CBR650F bike. This bike has international-spec CBR650R’s 649cc inline four-cylinder engine produces 95PS, which is a full 8.4PS more than what the India-spec CBR650F present. Honda has also substitute the CB650F’s former Showa telescopic units with Showa Separate Function USD forks.

This bike has mechanical, comfort design and visual changes should make the CBR650R a animated motorcycle to ride than the 650F. Like the latter, it is also likely that the 650R will be brought as a CKD to India. The bike will compete with the Kawasaki Ninja 650 priced at Rs 4.59 lakh at that price point.

About Upcoming Bike CBR650R

New Bike will be recoverd by this, the new CBR650R. This change the a single letter isn’t quite sufficient to leave just how many changes have actually been made to Honda’s middleweight sportsbike.

Honda CBR650R Price

Honda CBR650R is going to launch in India with an estimated price of Rs. 8.00 lakh

Honda CBR650R Specifications

Mileage

TypeSpecTypeSpec
Engine TypeLiquid Cooled, Inline Four Cylinder, DOHCEngine Displacement 649 cc
No Of Cylinders4Fuel Capacity15.4 L
Torque64 Nm @ 8500 rpm Power95 PS @ 12000 rpm
Top SpeedNAABSDual Channel
Head Lamp LED TachometerDigital
Tyre MakeNAFront BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDiscBody Typesports

CBR650R STD Features & Specifications

Features

TypeSpecTypeSpec
ABSDual Channel StartingSelf Start Only
Pass SwitchYesSpeedometerDigital
TachometerDigital OdometerDigital
Trip MeterDigital Digital Fuel Indicator Yes
Clock YesStepup Seat Yes
Passenger Footrest YesHead LampLED
LED Tail LightYESTraction ControlNo
Cruise ControlNoNavigationNo

Engine

TypeSpecTypeSpec
Engine TypeLiquid Cooled, Inline Four Cylinder, DOHC Engine Displacement (CC) 649 cc
Maximum Power (PSrpm)95 PS @ 12000 rpmMaximum Torque (Nmrpm)64 Nm @ 8500 rpm
StartingSelf Start Only Bore 67 mm
Stroke46 mm Drive Type Chain Drive
No Of Cylinders 4Valves (per cylinder)4
Fuel TypePetrol Cooling SystemLiquid Cooled
Gear Box6SpeedClutchWet Multiplate, Assist Slipper Clutch
Drive TypeChain DriveTransmission TypeManual
Compression Ratio11.6:1IgnitionFull Transistorized

Transmission

No Of Gears : 6 Speed

Brakes

TypeSpecTypeSpec
Brakes FrontDisc Brakes RearDisc
Front Brake Diameter320 mmRear Brake Diameter240 mm

Chassis and Suspen

TypeSpecTypeSpec
Chassis TypeSteel Diamond Suspension-Front41 mm
USD Fork Suspension-RearShowa Single ShockFront Fork

Tyres and Wheels

TypeSpecTypeSpec
Tyre Size (Front)120/70-17Tyre Size (Rear)180/55-17
Wheel Size Front17 inchWheel Size Rear17 inch
Tyre TypeTubeless Wheels Type (Pressed Steel/ Alloy)Alloy

Dimensions

TypeSpecTypeSpec 
Length2130 mmHeight1150 mm
Width750 mmWheelbase(mm) 1450 mm
Ground Clearance (mm) 130 mm Seat Height810 mm
Fuel Capacity (Litres) 15.4 L Kerb Weight207 kg

Electricals

TypeSpecTypeSpec
IgnitionFull TransistorizedHead LampLED
LED tail lightsYesTurn Signal LampLED
Pass SwitchYes LEDTail LightYes

Honda CBR650R STD Features and Safety

TypeSpecTypeSpec
SpeedometerDigitalTachometerDigital
OdometerDigitalTripmeterDigital
ABSDual ChannelEBSNo
Seat TypeSplitConsoleDigitalClockYes
Step-up SeatYesStep-up SeatYes
Passenger FootrestYesTraction ControlNo
Cruise ControlNoNavigationNo
Quick ShifterNoLaunch ControlNo
Power ModesNoAdjustable WindscreenNo

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