Honda CB 1000R

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Rs11,06,144
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Bike Discontinued in March , 2024

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4/5 3 Reviews

Honda CB 1000R Highlights

8th June, 2015 : Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India released their first high-end naked superbike in the country christened as Honda CB1000R. Its elder sibling, Honda CBR1000RR was also released along with it, which is a super-sport by its genes. The bike will cater street bike lovers proving an overall delightful package. It features the same 1000cc engine that is inherited from the 2007 Honda Fireblade. Priced at Rs. 11.81 lacs for the standard variant Read more...

Honda CB 1000R Price

Honda CB 1000R

  • Alloy
  • Front :-Dual Hydraulic Disc With 4-Piston Caliper, Floating Rotors And Sintered Metal Pads  Size :310 x 4.5 mm , 

    Rear :-Dual Hydraulic Disc With Dual-Piston Caliper And Sintered Metal Pads  Size :256 x 5 mm

  • Self Start Only

Rs 11,06,144

Honda CB 1000R

  • Alloy
  • Double Disc
  • Self Start Only

Rs 13,36,372

Honda CB 1000R ABS

  • Alloy
  • Double Disc
  • Self Start Only

Rs 14,98,606

Honda CB1000R ABS Pearl Siena Red

  • Alloy
  • Double Disc
  • Self Start Only

Rs 14,69,894

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Honda CB 1000R Colours

There are 4 variant(s) available. ​Honda CB 1000R comes in 6 different colour(s) - Pearl Sunbeam white, Black, Sports Red, Black, Pearl Sunbeam white, Sport Red. There are 4 variants starting from Rs. 11,06,144 onwards.

  • Pearl Sunbeam white

  • Black

  • Sports Red

  • Black

  • Pearl Sunbeam white

  • Sport Red

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Honda CB 1000R Expert Review

Indian high-end street bike segment gets completely refreshed by the entry of Honda CB1000R. This will put a challenge for the leading street fighters, which are currently on sale in India. The bike’s appearance and body dynamics carry Honda’s super-sport spirit. The bike truly uplifts the Indian superbike market with its premium looks and high-end performance.

Honda CB1000R gets its power from a 998cc, liquid-cooled, four stroke engine mated to a six-speed gearbox. The bike develops a maximum power of 123.3bhp at 10,000rpm with peak torque of 100Nm at 8,000rpm. The fuel injected 2007 derived Fireblade engine enables the bike hit a top speed of 225kmph.

The naked streetfighter rests on mono-backbone cast aluminium frame. The bike is equipped with 120/70 ZR17 front & 180/55 ZR17 rear tyres with 4-spoke cast aluminium alloy wheels. It comes with 43mm inverted front telescopic fork and rear 10-step adjustable monoshock with gas-charged damper, which also exists in the Fireblade. The machine’s braking system includes: 310mm, 4-piston calliper hydraulic dual disc brakes at the front and 256mm, twin-piston calliper dual hydraulic disc at the rear, with combined Anti Lock Braking System (ABS) as an optional feature.

The front fascia of the bike consist of a sharp triangular headlamp with a distinctive LED position lamp at the bottom. Along with a small fairing, the bike shouts out loud as a tough street fighter. The rear section of the bike incorporates a small LED tail lamp with a step-up seat. The overall body profile of Honda CB1000R brings with it aerodynamic perfection and aggressive looks which are essential elements for a typical street-fighting machine. The bike sports a fuel tank of 17-liter capacity.

The instrument console of this bike comes with digital speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge and trip meter, low battery indicator, low fuel indicator, low oil indicator and clock. The bike comes secured with HISS (Honda Ignition Security System) which ensures that the bike won't start without its original key.

Honda CB1000R comes with an aggressive front profile that make it a perfect companion for the streets. The edgy headlamp section with a small black visor crowned at the top of it gives a true streetfighter appearance to the machine. The sharp fuel tank looks even more appealing with the tank shrouds and offers an upright yet comfortable riding posture to the rider. Like most of the superbikes on the planet, this one also sports a robust split, step-up seat that comes thickly cushioned, thereby providing comfort to the rider and pillion. The rear aluminium footpegs are bolted over links on the side body panels and look stunning. Coming towards the rear, the bike has a stylish tail lamp unit integrated with clear lens turn indicators. A short and trimmed exhaust system also comes to notice that delivers a high-end macho look to this adorable streetfighter.

The bike has body dimensions of 2,105mm x 775mm x 1,095mm (LxWxH) with a wheelbase of 1,445mm that gives it a commendable handling characteristic. Furthermore, a minimum ground clearance of 130mm enables the rider to go sharply around the corners. Honda CB1000R has been fitted with a 17 liter fuel tank and its total kerb weight sums up to 217kgs. The instrumentation of the bike is done in a pure digital manner comprising of a speedometer, tachometer, twin tripmeters and fuel gauge. 

The bike gets its power from a mighty 998cc, Liquid- cooled 4-Stroke 16-valve DOHC inline 4-cylinder motor that comes linked with a five-speed transmission with one-down, four-up configuration. The engine cranks out a maximum power of 123.3bhp at 10,000rpm with a net torque of 100Nm at 8,000rpm. Furthermore, it has been assisted with PGM-Fi electronic fuel injection system for crisp throttle response and brilliant flow of power. The mill has a compression ratio of 11.2:1 with a bore x stroke ratio of 75mm x 56.5mm. Honda CB1000R comes with a controlled digital transistorized ignition system with electronic advance that ensures an undelayed ignition and easy starting even in the most chilly conditions. 

Honda CB1000R progresses with grace on 120/70 – ZR17M/C front and 180/55 – ZR17M/C wide and grippy tyres mounted over premium alloy wheels. The fierce stopping potential is delivered by dual 310mm hydraulic disc brakes with four piston callipers at the front and a single 256mm hydraulic disc brake with twin-piston calliper at the rear. The braking gets even more precise and secure with a combined ABS, which is available as an optional feature with the bike. The manufacturer has equipped the bike with a sound suspension system comprising of 43mm inverted HMAS cartridge, telescopic fork with stepless preload upfront and Monoshock with gas-charged HMAS damper featuring 10-step preload at the rear end. 

The bike has been blessed with an advanced braking system that comprises of Honda’s combined braking system which works in sync in a high-performance ABS unit. The combined braking system (CBS) automatically applies both brakes while pressing the rear brake lever. Hence, the combined effect of two offers a superior and butter-smooth braking experience. Honda CB1000R has a powerful projector headlight that lights up the road well and ensures proper visibility in dark. Moreover, the bike has been equipped with HISS (Honda Ignition Security System) to make sure that the bike does not gets active without its original key. 

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