2021 Honda CBR650R BS6 compliant version launching in India Soon. The BS4 version was discontinued last year n 1st April 2020.

  • Honda CBR650R BS4 was discontinued last year
  • BS4 version was retailed with a starting price of Rs 7.70 lakh
  • 2021 CBR650R powered with a 649-cc motor

Honda has been launching new products in the Indian market in quick succession. The launch starts off with Honda H’Ness CB350 towards the end of the September 2020 last year, followed with the new RS Scrambler version of it last month, and just a few days ago the Japanese manufacturer launched the CB500X adventure tourer for a price tag of Rs 6.87 lakhs ex-showroom. In the new report, we can expect the brand to further expand their Bigwig dealerships portfolio with the addition of new BS6 compliant CB650R, in the first week of April.

2021 Honda CBR650R report
2021 Honda CBR650R report

Previously the BS4 compliant CB650R was discontinued due to new emission norms that been followed by the brand from 1st April 2020. The BS4 version of CB650R was retailed with a starting price of Rs 7.70 lakhs ex-showroom, and we expect the motorcycle to get the same pricing with little tune-up engine specs in their BS6 avatar. The launch has been speculated over the month’s let’s see, what has the brand in its hand for the motorcycle enthusiasts. The 2021 CBR650R could get few cosmetics design changes, which comprises LED headlamps, new color options, a new steel mudguard, updated fairing. The bike rides on new 41 mm upside-down front forks sourced from the show and it could help in improving the ride quality of the rider.

2021 Honda CBR650R report
Launch Soon

The 2021 Honda CBR650R uses a 649 ccs four-cylinder inline motor engine, that develops 95 PS of maximum power at 12,000 Rpm and 63 Nm of peak torque at 8,500 Rpm, which is 7 PS and 3 Nm improved as compared with BS4 compliant version of CBR650R. the engine is mated with a 6-speed transmission gearbox system with a Slipper clutch and a Dual-Channel ABS system that comes as standard.  

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