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Rs. 7.38 - 7.50 lakh
Discontinued Model since 23 Jan 2019

About Honda CBR650F

Honda has finally entered the middleweight segment with their latest offering, CBR 650 F. The bike is powered by a liquid cooled, in-line four cylinder 648.7cc churning out 85.2 bhp of power and 62.9 Nm of torque. The four cylinder engine exudes trademark Honda refinement which goes hand in hand for effortless highway cruising. The bike is equipped with petal discs and ABS as well. The bike commands a premium pricing at 7,30,000 (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The claimed mileage figure stands at a respectable 21 kmpl. The bike ticks all the right boxes when it comes to a premium sport tourer

Honda CBR650F Overview

After being absent from the Indian for quite a few time, Honda has relaunched the CBR650F in India. The 2017 Honda CBR650F has been priced at Rs 7.30 lakh (ex-showroom). The prime reason for the discontinuation of the motorcycle was that it didn’t adhere to the new BS-IV emission norms. The new motorcycle looks similar to its predecessor but there are few visual differences. The 2017 Honda CBR650F gets full-LED headlamps, sharper fairing, redesigned tail lamp and muffler along with bronze finish on the engine crank case. The bike features twin-pod all-digital instrument cluster. It will be made available in two new shades - Millennium Red and Matte Gunpowder Black Metallic.
The bike is powered by a 649cc, inline-four mill that delivers 86.7PS of power and peak torque stands at 60.5Nm, however, the international model produces 90PS and 64Nm of peak torque. Honda has detuned the engine to better suit the low quality of fuel so that it doesn’t damage the motor. Honda claims a fuel efficiency figure of 20kmpl and full tank range of close to 350km with its 17.3 litres tank capacity. Claimed top speed for the bike is 194kmph. Braking is done by disc brakes on both ends while ABS is standard. Damping duties are handled by 41mm Showa Dual Bending Valve (SDBV) fork that has more suspension travel at 120mm (110mm in the older bike). While a preload adjustable monoshock does duty at rear. The Honda CBR650F competes against the Kawasaki Ninja 650F in India.

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying CBR650F

Q. Hi..i want to know that does cbr650f has slipper clutch?? Is there any issue with the gear from a higher gear to lower gear?? And 1 more thing does it has traction control?
  • No, Honda CBR650F isn't equipped with slipper clutch and traction control. The Honda CBR 650F is the highest displacement motorcycle to be assembled by Honda in India. The new Honda offering falls under the sports-tourer genre of motorcycles and will be sold only in exclusive Honda Wing World dealerships in 12 cities. Read more: - Honda CBR650F: Road Test Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/honda-cbr650f-road-test-review/31683/
Q. Should I buy TNT Benelli 600i or Honda CBR 650F
  • The Benelli TNT 600i is a middleweight naked street offering from Benelli powered by a 600cc, liquid-cooled motor churning out 83PS of peak power and 55Nm of torque. The TNT 600i will rival the Kawasaki ER-6n in the Indian market. As an overall package, the Benelli TNT 600 i is a great motorcycle for regular riding to office and back and yet is equally competent if you plan to take on a longer, more challenging ride. On the other hand, the Honda CBR 650F is the highest displacement motorcycle to be assembled by Honda in India. The new Honda offering falls under the sports-tourer genre of motorcycles and will be sold only in exclusive Honda Wing World dealerships in 12 cities. Well, it feels a bit pricey when you consider that you get the more powerful Suzuki GSX-S750 and Kawasaki Z900 for not much more money. Still, this remains the only inline-4 full-faired sportbike that you can buy in India for under 10 lakh Rupees on-road. To top it off, it’s a great “everyday” big bike that’s really adept at sports touring, and can even be fun to ride on a twisty mountain road, or for an occasional track day. But more than that, it’s ridiculously cheap to maintain, with extremely affordable spares prices and paid service costs that hover in the Rs 5,000 region.Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride in order to clear your all doubts.
  • If you have the budget and like a fully faired bike then go for the cbr. But if you like naked bikes then the 600i is the one
  • Its two different category in design and price.If the price is ok go for CBR otherwise 600i which has similar power
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Q. Which is tha fastest between Kawasaki Ninja 650, CBR 600R and CBR 650F?
  • Fastest is cbr600r ,but for comfortable yet a punchy ride then ninja 650 makes a stronger case
  • Torque is always good in parallel twin ninja gives the best feel of ride
  • As compare to cbr n kawasaki ninja i would say ninja 650
Q. Activate 3G change karke Activa 5G Lena hai. - CBR650F?
  • Exchange of a bike would depend on certain factors like brand, model, physical condition, kilometers driven, no. of owners and many more. In order to check for exchange offers and value, we recommend you to get in touch with nearby dealership - Bike Showrooms
Q. Is Honda CBR650F has been discontinued in India?
  • Yes, Honda CBR650F is discontinues from the brand\'s end.
Q. Does it have heating problem - CBR650F?
  • There are minimal heat issues while in city but it is always bearable than the other bikes. Comparatively the heat management is good and that is what you expect from a bike like CBR.
  • In bumper to bumper traffic, yes, you can feel the heat
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Honda CBR650F Expert Reviews

Do the mild updates for 2018 make the Honda CBR650F more appealing? Or is just a case of too much money for too few cc’s?

August 15, 2018  By Team ZigWheels

The Honda CBR650F received a few updates for 2017. We grab breakfast with a few owners to see if the changes alter the appeal of this motorcycle.

May 3, 2018  By Tushar Kamath

The Honda CBR 650F is definitely among the most highly anticipated motorcycles of 2015, which was launched at the mega RevFest event recently. We ride the highest displacement Honda motorcycle to be assembled in India to find out whether it lives up to the hype surrounding it...

September 14, 2015  By Arun Mohan Nadar Photography: Kapil Angane