Honda CB650 R

INTRODUCTION

Everyone wants to travel places. Every day is a journey. So, start your journey with the Honda CB 650 R which has distinctive performance. The features of the motorcycle well suits with the sophisticated urban style. The Honda CB 650R with style, suspension and equipment updates – is ready to take you on an unforgettable urban adventure. The enhanced cockpit control, full LED lighting, aluminium wheels, four-cylinder engine, addictive engineering, dual air intake duct and torque control are some of the highlights of this motorcycle.

GALLERY

  • RIGHT PROFILE
  • RIGHT ANGLED PROFILE
  • MATT GUNPOWDER BLACK METALLIC
  • CANDY CHROMOSPHERE RED

KEY SPECIFICATIONS

DISPLACEMENT

648.72cc

MILEAGE

20-25km/l

POWER

87.06 PS @ 12,000rpm

TORQUE

57.5Nm @ 8,500rpm

FUEL SYSTEM

PGM-Fi

TANK CAPACITY

15.4 liters

REAR SUSPENSION

MONO-SHOCK

KERB WEIGHT

206Kg

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SPECIAL FEATURES

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FULL LED HEADLAMP
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DUAL CHANNEL ABS
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RADIAL-MOUNT CALIPERS
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ALUMINIUM WHEELS
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4-CYLINDER ENGINE
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ADDICTIVE ENGINEERING
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DUAL AIR INTAKE DUCT
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EMERGENCY STOP SIGNAL
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CHASSIS BALANCE
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EXHAUST DESIGN
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TORQUE CONTROL
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EASY 35KW CONVERSION

Full Specifications

City 15-20km/l
Highway 20-25km/l
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Yes
Tripmeter Yes
Fuel Guage Yes
Low Fuel Indicator Yes
Battery voltage meter Yes
Start Type Electric
Pass Light Yes
ABS Yes
ABS Dual Channel ABS
Tyres (F) 120/70 17 M/C 58W
Tyres (R) 180/55 17M/C 73W
Brakes (F) Dual Disc 310mm
Brakes (R) Disc 240mm
Type Half Duplex Cradle
Front Suspension Telescopic
Rear Suspension Mono-Shock
Wheelbase 1449mm
Ground Clearance 148mm
Length x Width x Height 2,128mm x 784mm x 1,076mm
Kerb Weight 206Kg
Fuel Capacity 15.4L
Battery 12V 8.6Ah
Head Lamp LED, DC
Engine Type 4-Stroke SI Engine
Displacement 648.72cc
Power 87.06PS @ 12,000rpm
Torque 57.5Nm @ 8,500rpm
Bore x Stroke 67mm X 46mm
Compression Ratio 11.6:1

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HONDA CB650 R OVERVIEW

The Honda CB650R gets its power from the inline four-stroke, DOHC 16-valve EURO5-specification engine that mates with a six-speed transmission gearbox. The engine produces a peak torque of 57.5Nm @ 12,000rpm and maximum power of 64KW @ 8,500rpm. The Honda CB650R provides perfect traction on road irrespective of road conditions. When the wheels sensors detect a difference between front and rear wheel speeds, the system smoothly reduces torque to the rear wheel, maintaining traction.

The Honda CB650R comes with plenty of features that include rich digital LCD instruments with new easy-to-read design. All the lightings are premium LED, radial-mount calipers that helps in smooth drive, premium 5-spoke Y-shaped aluminum wheels and dual air intake duct that pulls in fresh air directly from the front. In addition to that, an emergency stop signal technology keeps you safe if you ever need to hit the brakes unexpectedly.

The adjustable 41mm Showa Separate Fork Function Big Piston (SFF-BP) USD forks offer supple response with excellent feel for front tyre grip. They perfectly match with the frame’s tunes rigidity balance and quick steering geometry. The curved aluminum swingram design makes it both hardwearing and handsome. An easy conversion is available from Honda dealers to restrict the CB650R’s engine to 35KW – making it A2 license friendly.

It is available in two different colour options- Matt Gunpowder Black Metallic and Candy Chromosphere Red. This motorcycle gets a 12V/8.6Ah battery. The fuel tank capacity 15.4litres and weighs 260Kg.

HONDA CB650 R VERDICT

PROS

  • Riding ergonomics are comfortable
  • Gets traction control system

CONS

  • Limited service reach
  • Pricey motorcycle

About Honda

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Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India {HMSI} started the journey in India in 1999 and now holds a coveted place among the motorcycle companies reason – being among the top three. Earlier Honda bikes models and Hero bikes models had joint venture known by the very familiar name – Hero Honda which was made into reality in 1984 and parted ways in 2010 and also ending technological support to Hero lasting till 2014. Now both companies are in their quest to reach the number one position and the fight continues. Now Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. (HMSI) is a 100% subsidiary of Honda Motor Company Ltd., Japan and the list of all honda bikes now exceeds 20+ variants in India.

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