The Japanese two wheeler giant Honda motor starts Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) to set the entry level performance segment for middle weight sports bike in the Indian two-wheeler market. Honda had showcased the CBR 650F at the 2014 Auto Expo earlier this year. The new performance offers the scooter to Indian market in March 2015. The price of the Honda Indian market in March 2015 is 5 lakhs. The bike is built of high-quality, well-balanced Twin-Spar steel frame. The bike features Anti-lock Braking System and is designed to spark the streets. The Bike looks like an elder CBR 250R. CBR650F is built of extra ponies and chisel body resulting in better performance to Ninja 650. The Honda provides an advantage of 15PS and is rich rival to Kawasaki Ninja 650 in terms of the torque.
Performance and Handling:
|The engine type is 649 CC liquid cooled in-line with 16 valve and of four cylinders. CBR 650F holds 4 stroke engine and 11000rpm. The bike is economically freezed with 1000PS. The dry weight of the Bike is 439lb and the wheelbase is 57.4 in. The seat height is 32.1 in, Fuel mileage is 57mpg and the frequency of the bike carries 60 mph for 3.5 sec. The Torque of the bike is 42.5lb-ft at 8250 rpm. The top speed being 132mph. The motor is mated to a 6-speed transmission and helps the machine to utilize 87bhp of maximum power with 63Nm of peak torque.
Interiors Of The Engine:
The bore stroke of the engine is 67.0mm x 46.0mm with compression ratio of 11.4:1. The valve train DOHC is four valves per cylinder. The induction goes with PGM –FI with automatic enrichment of 32mm throttle bodies. The ignition is digital transistor with electronic advance. The front suspension is 41 mm with 4.3 inches travel. The rear suspension travel is single shock with spring free load adjustability for 5.0 in travel. The brakes are dual twin-piston calipers with 320mm discs. The manufacturer shows high-end innovation and presents four-into-two-into-one exhaust system to produce sound which is never before.
The heavy masculine of the bike claims superiority. Honda CBR 650F rides on 120/70 front and 180/55 rear radial tyres. CBR650F is fitted with the dual disc brake at the front and single disc brake at the rear. The suspension system of the bike comprises of 41mm front forks and single shock of the spring-preload adjustability at the rear. The instrumentation clusters all the measuring devices like speedometer, tachometer, trip meter, dometer, fuel level and clock.