Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. has launched its latest sports
middleweight model - new CBR650R at Rs.7.70 lakh (ex-showroom pan India). The
new CBR650R comes equipped with a powerful 649cc liquid cooled four-cylinder,
DOHC 16-valve engine, for an enriched high tuned performance.
rapid downshifting to smoothly controlled corner entry, the Assist/Slipper
Clutch allows you to confidently experience the thrills of the CBR650R while
Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) maintains rear wheel traction and can be
switched off should the rider choose to.
a high-revving sports machine lives in the turns, the CBR650R’s chassis is 6kg
lighter than its predecessor for faster side-to-side steering agility. The new,
adjustable 41 mm Showa Separate Fork Function (SFF) USD forks offer superior
CBR650R also allows easy pauses with enhanced braking. The dual radial-mount
calipers match a single-piston rear caliper for improved balance. The dual
channel ABS maintains smooth control in wet or dry conditions
4 exhaust downpipes sweep together around the front of the engine, and the
specially designed muffler delivers an electrifying roar, giving the rider a
unique symphony flagging off every ride!
cues directly from the Fireblade, the CBR650R features new styling with its
sharp, aggressive lines and extended side fairings plus super-short rear
section. Modern full LED lighting with a narrow dual headlamp akin to the
Fireblade and a digital LCD display enhance its bold looks. The view forward is
pure sports; the handlebars clip-on below the top yoke and the instruments
feature a Gear Position and Shift Up indicator.
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