2021 Honda CB650R And CBR650R Launched, Priced From Rs. 8.67 Lakhs

  • Both the bikes has been brought to India via CKD route
  • Bookings commenced on all BigWing dealerships
  • CBR650R gets revised graphics

Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) has launched the 2021 CB650R and CBR650R which is priced from Rs. 8.67 lakhs and Rs. 8.88 lakhs respectively.

Both the bikes are brought to India via CKD route and bookings for the 2021 Honda 650 Twins is now open on all their Honda BigWing showrooms across India. Currently the BigWing showrooms are expanding rapidly reaching more customers.

2021 Honda CB650R and CBR650R – Features

Based on the Twin-tube type frame, the 2021 Honda CB650R naked sports bike looks astounding and gets short tail, all LED lights, aluminium side panels, steel rear mud-guard and much more.

While the CBR650R looks ravishing with the revised graphics, also features dual-LED headlamps, extended fairings, compact seat, new side-panels, reflector lights, clip-on handlebars amongst others.

The 650 twins sport an LED instrument cluster which shows most of the advanced information like digital speedometer, tachometer, gear position indicator, dual trip meter, fuel level, consumption data, water temperature, digital clock and what not.

2021 Honda CB650R and CBR650R – Dimensions

PARAMETERSCB 650RCBR 650R
Length2128 mm2128 mm
Width784 mm749 mm
Height1076 mm1149 mm
Wheelbase1449 mm1449 mm
Ground Clearance148 mm132 mm
Kerb Weight206 kg211 kg
Seat Length635 mm635 mm
Fuel Tank capacity15.4 litres15.4 litres
2021 Honda Cb650 Twins – Dimensions

2021 Honda CB650R and CBR650R – Engine & Performance

The 2021 CB650R and CBR650R carries the same 648.72cc in-line four-cylinder, liquid cooled engine which makes out 77 BHP of power and 57.5 NM of peak torque mated to a six-speed gearbox having slipper clutch.

Braking duty is carried by 310mm dual-discs upfront and by a 240mm single disc at the rear which comes with dual-channel ABS as standard.

With the revised hardware setup the new 41mm USD forks at front sourced from Showa will greatly improve the ride quality. At rear, the new CBR650R will get Separate Function Big Piston (SFF BP) forks instead of the Showa Dual Bending Valve forks.

Considering safety both the motorcycles feature an electronic anti-theft device and Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC).

2021 Honda CB650R and CBR650R – Colour Options

The CB650R can be had in either Candy Chromosphere Red or Matte Gunpowder Black Metallic, whereas the CBR650R is avilable in Grand Prix Red and Matte Gunpowder Black Metallic.

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