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Engine 648.72 cc Mileage21 Kmpl Top Speed194 KmphView All Specs
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Honda CBR 650 F 2017 Highlights

10 October 2017: Honda has launched the new 2017 CBR650F in India. The mid-capacity sports tourer has a silky smooth engine and comfortable ergonomics and is a sports bike you could ride on a daily basis. The new bike is priced at Rs 7.3 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), the same price as the earlier bike. Honda Wings dealerships across India have started accepting bookings for the bike as well.  In terms of design, the fairing and tail sections receive subtle tweaks while the headlamp is an all-LED unit. The Read more...

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There are 1 variant(s) available. ​Honda CBR 650 F 2017 comes in 2 different colour(s) - Red, Matte Gunpowder Black Metallic. There are 1 variants starting from Rs. 8,48,805 onwards.

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CBR 650 F 2017 Mileage

Honda CBR 650 F 2017 gives a mileage of 21 Kmpl in city, as claimed by the company.

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Honda has launched the new 2017 CBR650F in India. The mid-capacity sports tourer has a silky smooth engine and comfortable ergonomics and is a sports bike you could ride on a daily basis. The new bike is priced at Rs 7.3 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), the same price as the earlier bike. Honda Wings dealerships across India have started accepting bookings for the bike as well.

In terms of design, the fairing and tail sections receive subtle tweaks while the headlamp is an all-LED unit. The engine crankcase gets a bronze finish. The bike comes in two color schemes: Millenium Red and Matte Gunpowder Metallic Black. 

The new Euro IV 649cc in-line four-cylinder motor has been detuned for Indian fuel conditions. The India-spec model makes 86.7PS and 60.5Nm of torque The new motor is claimed to have a better mid-range and better roll-on acceleration. 

Suspension updates come in the form of 41mm Showa Dual Bending Valve  (SDBV) forks for improved compression and rebound damping. Brake components get an upgrade too in the form of updated Nissin two-piston calipers for the twin 320mm front discs and a single-piston caliper for the 240mm rear disc. ABS is standard. The CBR650F faces competition from the Kawasaki Ninja 650F and Benelli 600GT. 

Honda first introduced the CBR650F in India in 2015. The mid-capacity sports tourer did sell in good numbers despite commanding a premium price. That could be thanks to its silky smooth engine and comfortable ergonomics, which made it a sports bike you could ride on a daily basis. Honda, though, had to discontinue the bike when BS-IV emission norms were introduced as it was a Euro III-spec bike. Now, Honda has launched the Euro IV-spec bike at Rs 7.3 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), the same price as the earlier bike. 

Cosmetically, not much has changed. The fairing and tail sections receive subtle tweaks while the headlamp is an all-LED unit. The engine crankcase is now finished in bronze instead of black. The bike is available in two color schemes: Millenium Red and Matte Gunpowder Metallic Black. 
Overall dimensions are  2110 mm in length, 755mm in width, 1145 mm in height along with a wheelbase of 1450. Minimum ground clearance is 130mm. Fuel tank capacity is 17.3-litres. The digital instrument console includes a speedometer, tachometer, twin tripmeters and fuel gauge.

The new Euro IV 649cc in-line four-cylinder motor gets a new intake and exhaust for emission compliance. The India-spec model has been detuned for Indian fuel conditions and makes 86.7PS and 60.5Nm of torque, which is lesser than the earlier India-spec model’s 87PS and 63Nm of torque. The new motor is claimed to have a better mid-range and better roll-on acceleration. 

Suspension updates come in the form of 41mm Showa Dual Bending Valve  (SDBV) forks for improved compression and rebound damping. The rear remains the same monoshock damper which is adjustable for preload. Brake components get an upgrade too in the form of updated Nissin two-piston calipers for the twin 320mm front discs and a single-piston caliper for the 240mm rear disc.

Dual channel ABS is standard. Furthermore, the bike features an H.I.S.S. (Honda Ignition Security System) that enables to start the bike with its original key only, hence avoids any theft. 

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