Honda CBR 1000RR Fireblade
- Engine: 999 Cc
- Mileage: 22 Kmpl
- Power: 189 bhp
- Weight: 195 Kg
Honda CBR 1000RR Fireblade Price in India
- Multi-function LCD Console
- Electronic Combined ABS
- Aluminium gull-wing Swingarm
- Die-cast Aluminium Frame
- Pro-Link Rear Suspension
- Titanium Muffler Tuned for Sound
- Slipper Clutch and Quick Shifter
- Smart EC Controlled Cushioning
- Tuned for Hard-core Riders
- Cutting-edge Electronics Package
- Precise Handling
- Feature Loaded
- Lesser Power than Competitors
Honda CBR 1000RR Fireblade Overview
Cross Beam Racer is a series of bikes offered by Honda, commonly known as CBR, which are models of Honda sports bikes. The most famous bikes out of the CBR series are CBR650F, 600RR and CBR1000RR Fireblade. We’ll be talking about the hunk out of the three, that is, the CBR1000RR. The 1000rr, as we all know, was ageing; although it had a great chassis, the engine wasn’t as exciting to be a fan of. Honda has finally reincarnated the bike and the new one is called CBR1000RR Fireblade. Honda has up the power by about 10 bhp and the better news is that a lot of weight shedding has been done. Honda has gone through every detail of the bike to find where they could shed weight. They’ve used exotic materials to lose weight. In fact, the engine is lighter and the bike now stands at 193 kg, with a price tag of Rs. 15-21 Lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai).
Honda CBR 1000RR Fireblade Engine & Transmission
The new Fireblade is powered by a liquid-cooled, 4-stroke 16-valve DOHC inline 4 engine producing 189 bhp at13000 rpm and 114 Nm of torque at11000 rpm. The numbers on this bike are just astounding and are kept up by a 6-speed transmission with a wet, multi-plate with diaphragm spring, assist slipper clutch and electronic quick shifts.
Honda CBR 1000RR Fireblade Mileage
The new CBR1000RR holds a good fuel tank capacity of 16 L, and gives about 10 kmpl in the city and 15 kmpl on the highway, which is fair enough for a bike whose engine is eveready to roar without shame. The motorcycle comes with a good package of features, like a digital instrument cluster, ABS, traction control, IMU-based electronic rider aids and LED indicators. The LCD screen uses blue colours for illumination at night. It also features a 4-way adjustable digital speedometer. The bike features dual disc brakes of 320 mm at its front while at the back, it has a drum brake of 220 mm providing great stopping power.
Honda CBR 1000RR Fireblade Performance and Handling
The bike feels compact and petite for a litre class motorcycle. It offers a weight forward riding stance. It has a feather light handling and cornering ability. It uses a state-of-the-art electronic dampener that makes it light to steer when slow and adjust the damping progressively as the speed heightens. Beefy upside down front forks used in addition to Honda's Pro-Link rear suspension are employed. It also boasts of monobloc callipers that come with 320mm twin discs in the front. It uses a single 220mm disc at the rear. The brakes of the bike feel progressive and offer a control feel at the lever. A virtue that sets Honda CBR 1000RR apart from its rivals is that it is frightening fast and violently fast and the same time it is very refined. It is very easy to transfer all that power to the tarmac and it also does not require much skill when pushed to its limit. Overall, it is a highly reliable, refines, useable and well-engineered bike that zooms ahead in style.
Honda CBR 1000RR Fireblade Competitors
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