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    Latest Bike of 2k19: Honda CB650R

    Honda CB650R is the upcoming bike going to be launch in December 2019. Honda has officially started the bookings for Honda CB650R. This 650cc sports bike will replace the aging CBR650F. Since now the expected price of the new Honda CB650R is Rs7.50 lakh.

    The booking can be done from any Honda showroom in India by paying a token amount of Rs15,000. The bike has a complete makeover look of Honda CBR1000RR.

    The displacement of the bike is 649cc. The maximum power and Torque produced by this bike is 95HP that is 12000 rpm and 64Nm that is 8,500 rpm. The bike contains 6 gear. The height of the seat is 810mm and the ground clearance is 150mm. The wet weight of the bike is 202kg. The topmost speed of the bike is 135kmph and the mileage is 18-19kmpl((approx). The capacity of fuel Tank is 15.4litres.

    The Honda CR650R is a petrol sports bike. There are many shades in Honda CB650R such as Candy Chromosphere Red, Matt Crypton Silver Metallic, Graphite Black, Matt Jeans Blue Metallic.

    The Engine of bike is liquid-cooled 4-stroke 160 valve DOHC inline-4 cylinders. The bike contains PGM-FI electronic fuel system. The compression ratio of the bike is 11:6:1. The type of Gearbox it has is Constant Mesh.

    The Front brake is 310mm*4.5mm Disc with four-piston caliper and the Rear Brake is 240mm*5mm Disc with single-piston caliper. It is having 2-Channel ABS. The dimensions of the front tyre and rear tyre are 120/70ZR17 M/C(58W) and 180/55ZR17 M/C(73W). The wheel size of the bike is 17-inch. Bike also contains tubeless tyres and alloy wheels. The bike is having a steel diamond frame.

    Dimensions of Honda CB650R:

    Overall length- 2,130mm

    Overall width- 780mm

    Overall height- 1,075mm

    Wheelbase- 1450mm

    Instrument Console Feature:

    Speedometer- Digital

    Tachometer- Digital

    Trip meter- Digital

    Odometer- Digital

    The bike is having an LED head and tail lights. The bike is having electric start. The caster angle is 25.5 and the trail is 101mm.


    Aditi Sharma
    Aditi Sharma
    Aditi Sharma is a student at Chandigarh group of Colleges, Mohali pursuing Computer Science Engineering and has a great interest in writing, research and modelling.


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