Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. has launched the new CBR 650F at a sticker price of Rs. 7.30 Lakhs (Ex-showroom New Delhi) in the country. The bookings are open from today, only at Honda ‘Wing World’ dealerships across the nation. Being launched in the Indian market at the Honda Rev Fest in 2015, the CBR650F is the first of Honda’s premium ‘Make-in-India’ motorcycles. With new additional value for the customers, CBR650F exhibits a new LED headlight, revised Nissin brake calipers, Showa Dual Bending Valve type fork and bronzed engine & head covers.
Sharing how the excitement now gets even bigger, Mr. Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Senior Vice President - Sales and Marketing, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. said, “The new CBR650F, delivers a strong dose of CBR series sporting intent and style. With a great combination of sporty style & powerful performance of inline 4 cylinder engine, CBR650F has got a long list of enthusiastic riders. The new CBR650F offers additional value at no increase in price from its previous generation. We are confident, the enthusiast will feel the rush & get delighted with new ride & excitement.” New Honda CBR 650F would be available at the company’s exclusive sales & service Wing World outlets located across 22 cities in India in 2 attractive colors - Millennium Red & Matte Gunpowder Black Metallic.
Being built around a steel diamond frame, the new motorcycle features clear-lensed LED headlight and sleek LED tail light. The CBR 650F comes with a redesigned intake valve. The new 4 into 1 exhaust employs a dual-pass internal structure (rather than triple-pass) in the muffler. The CBR 650F now comes with a new 41mm Showa Dual Bending Valve type Front fork and single-tube, monoshock suspension unit with 7-stage spring preload adjustment and aluminium swingarm as rear fork. New Honda CBR 650F is powered by a 649cc, DOHC inline, four-cylinder engine which belts out maximum power of 85bhp at 11,000rpm, linked to a new 6-speed short ratio gearbox. The 2017 CBR650F is equipped with new dual-piston Nissin front calipers and sintered metal pads on 320 mm dual hydraulic front discs. The rear gets a 240 mm hydraulic disc with a single-piston caliper and resin mold pads.