Honda CBR650

Honda CBR650


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Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 7,37,874
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Colour Options and Price in India
Bike Variant Honda CBR650F ABS
Availability Status in India Discontinued
2-Wheeler Type Sports
Latest Price in India Honda CBR650F ABS price was Rs 7.38 lakh before being discontinued.
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options Matt GunPowder Black Metallic, Millennium Red
Official Tagline Feel the Rush!
Fuel Economy
Build Quality
Value for Money
Should You Buy It? Consider CBR650F only if you are a die-hard Honda superbike fan. Otherwise, a slight compromise on power can help you save INR 2 lakh with Kawasaki Ninja 650R.
Vehicle Overview Honda CBR650F is an inline-4, 648cc motorcycle producing 85.28 BHP at 11,000 rpm and 60.5 Nm at 8500 rpm. It comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox and rivals Kawasaki Ninja 650 and Benelli TNT 600i around its segment. The bike comes with a top speed of 194 kmph and weighs almost equal to the other rivals at 216 kg. It has a limited 133 mm of ground clearance while its seat height is quite high at 810 mm for an average sized Indian.
Engine Details Liquid-cooled 4-stroke 16-valve DOHC inline-4
Fuel System PGM-FI electronic fuel injection
Cooling Liquid Cooling
Engine cc (Displacement) 648.72 cc
Maximum Power 85.28 HP @ 11000 rpm
Maximum Torque 60.5 Nm @ 8500 rpm
Number of Cylinders 4
Ignition Computer-controlled digital transistorised with electronic advance
Compression Ratio 11.4:1
Bore 67 mm
Stroke 46 mm
Spark Plug Model Type CR9EH-9(NGK)/U27FER9(DENSO)
Ignition Timing 5°(BTDC) at 1250 r/min 82.5°(BTDC) at 11000 r/min
Throttle Bore 32 mm
Idling Speed 1,250min-1
Engine Weight 60.8 kg
Number of Gears 6
Clutch Wet, multiplate with coil springs
Gear Ratios 1) 3.071 (43/14) 2) 2.235 (38/17) 3) 1.778 (32/18) 4) 1.520 (38/25) 5) 1.333 (36/27) 6) 1.214 (34/28)
Primary Reduction Ratio 1.690(71/42)
Final Drive 525 O-ring sealed chain
Mileage 16-20 kmpl (Approx.)
Front Brake 2 x 320mm dual hydraulic disc with dual-piston calipers and sintered metal pads
Rear Brake 1 x 240mm hydraulic disc with single-piston caliper and resin mold pads
ABS 2-Channel ABS
Swing Arm Length 605 mm
Front Tyre 120/70ZR-17 radial
Rear Tyre 180/55ZR-17 radial
Front Wheel 17M/C x MT3.5
Rear Wheel 17M/C x MT5.5
Wheel Type Hollow-section 6-spoke cast aluminium
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
0-100 kmph 3.96 secs
0-200 kmph 14.56 secs
Braking System Anti-Lock Braking System
Key Features LED Headlight, ABS, Fuel Injection, Dual 320 mm Front Brakes, ZR Spec Tyres
Front Suspension 41mm Telescopic Fork
Rear Suspension Monoshock with 7-stage spring preload adjustment
Frame (Chassis) Steel Diamond
Front Wheel Travel 108mm wheel travel
Rear Wheel Travel 128mm wheel travel
Overall Length 2107 mm
Overall Width 753 mm
Overall Height 1149 mm
Seat Height 810 mm
Ground Clearance 133 mm
Wheelbase 1449 mm
Kerb Weight 216 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 17.3 litres
Engine Oil Capacity 3.5 litres
Maximum Payload 188 kg
Front/Rear Weight Distribution F: 109kg/ R: 102kg
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Digital bar graph
Trip Meter Digital-2
ABS Light
Fuel Gauge
Low Fuel Warning Light
Pass Light
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Capacity 8.6 Ah
Voltage 12V
Head Light LED
Tail Light LED
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Step-up Seat/Split Seat
Security System HISS
Miscellaneous Information
ACG Output 343W
Caster 25.5°
Trail 101mm

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Honda CBR650 Review

27 Dec, 2021 04:41 PM

Quick Review by Maxabout Team

Honda has been ruling the commuter segment with its gear-less scooter being on the top of all this time. The company has seen the future of middle weight bikes in India and the growing craze for the same has been the basic reason for the introduction of CBR650F in India. It is now officially available in India and has been launched @ the Honda Revfest event for Rs. 7.30 lakhs. Honda CBR650F is a superb performer, with everything balanced for a perfect riding experience.

Design & Style

The bike comes with a faired design as the F in its name defines. The fairing has been done in such a way that the engine can be seen through the side body. The front gets a sharp body design and the single headlight cluster looks really different as all others have a twin headlight cluster generally. The fairing has been evenly spread around when seen from the front and the stylish visor suits the personality of the bike. The design of the alloy wheels looks pretty good. The rear seems to be simple yet attractive due to its huge tyre profile.

Honda CBR650 Instrument Console

The console on the CBR650F seems to be different, with a dual LCD panel, fully digital instrument console, separated with the turn indicators in the center. The center part of the console looks really odd for such a brilliant bike, on whose left is the digital tachometer and speedometer. The right side houses other important technical details like odometer. The overall layout looks great, but the old fashioned lights for the indicators in the center seems to be out-dated.

Honda CBR650 Engine & Performance

The CBR650F has no flaws when talked about its overall performance. Born for the show stealing purpose, the Honda's 648.72cc engine produces a max of 85.28 BHP @ 11,000 rpm and 62.9 NM @ 8000 rpm from its 4-cylinder arrangement. The engine gets liquid cooling and the iconic PGM-FI from Honda. The whole system takes the CBR650F from 0 to 100 kmph in 3.96 seconds only, with a claimed mileage of 21 kmpl from Honda. The top speed comes out to be 222 kmph.

Honda CBR650 Suspension & Brakes

The CBR650F comes with 41mm telescopic forks for the front, with a travel of 4.3 inches. The rear gets the spring preload adjustable single shock. The front disc arrangement comes with twin 320mm hydraulic disc brakes with 2-piston calipers and the rear has a single 240 mm disc brake for an efficient braking experience. Dual channel ABS has been provided with the above arrangement to facilitate much better braking in non-ideal braking conditions. The front tire on the CBR650F measures 120/70-R17 whereas the rear conformation is yet to be made.

Honda CBR650 Shades, Variants & Ex-showroom Price

The CBR650F is available in only one shade - Pearl Metalloid White and single variant with ABS as standard with an ex-showroom price tag of INR 7,30,000. The bike has a straight competition with every middle weight racer in the country, but the price has been kept higher than expected.


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Trinadh Yerra
8 years ago

Honda is to manufacture this bike in India gradually increasing the localization over time, replacing the import of knock down units

9 years ago

CB650f is a better option for India, CBR650R is more of a track motorbike. However, better still develop a CB650X styled mobike to achieve volumes. Hope HMSI does take into consideration this practical suggestion, hopefully with most readers agreeing to my views.

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