The Honda CBR650F is the most expensive motorcycle to be assembled in India by the Japanese two-wheeler giant. Launched in 2015, the bike did manage to gather decent sales figures for its asking price but with the BS-IV emission norms coming into effect, Honda had to discontinue the motorcycle from the Indian market.
The Euro 4 version of the Honda CBR650F was showcased at the 2016 EICMA motorcycle show last year and the updated motorcycle has been silently launched in the Indian market. The 2017 Honda CBR650F has been priced at Rs 7.30 lakh (Ex-showroom, Delhi), which is the same as its predecessor and bookings for the bike has commenced across all the Wing World dealerships in India. The new bike gets a LED headlight, bronze-finished crank case and slightly redesigned fairing and tail lamp.
The most talked about feature of the new Honda bike is its Euro 4-compliant 649cc motor. In the Euro-spec engine, the inline-four mill delivers 90PS and 64Nm of peak torque. However, the India-spec engine produces only 86.7PS of power while peak torque stands at 60.5Nm.
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