Honda CB650R 2021 – Got some major updates.

Honda CB650R

Among the emerging standard mid-range, the 2021 Honda CB650R ABS encountered twins and triplets, and their four in-line engines returned and appeared. These are the only four in this segment, unless the Suzuki GSX is included. S750 or large displacement Kawasaki Z900. …Remain competitive. Honda’s mid-range Neo-Sports Café will make major changes to the front suspension to improve the 5 Euro emission standard and change the design and ergonomics.

Design

Honda maintains a minimalist modern appearance and keeps its 2021 LED lighting assembly cool by suspending the rear LED turn signal lights on the new sports car license plate bracket. And, despite its modern black-and-white display, it is slowly lagging behind competitors such as the Trident 660, which combines full-color TFT and optional phone connectivity to lower the suggested retail price. Even though; the screen is both slick and slick, while maintaining a minimalist new retro look.

The measured 32-inch seat height is also reasonable (the decimal places are higher than its beginner-friendly CB300R, which we measured 31.7 inches in 2019), and this 6-foot rider has excellent knee flexibility during parking. . Honda tilts the steering wheel slightly forward (3 degrees) and is easy to reach. The width of the tank between the knees is not superfluous because there is a four-wire line at the bottom. The geometry of the driver creates an overall sporty and comfortable driving posture.

Engine Specification

Honda CB650R likes to spin at high RPM, with a maximum output of 81.90 horsepower at 10,870 RPM and a maximum torque of 42.97 lb-ft at 7960 RPM. , But the linear nature of power transmission means that riders who move the commutation range upwards can also use the bike.

The driver’s standard aids include Honda’s optional torque control (also known as traction control), which supports the traction of the rear wheels and can be turned on and off by a switch on the steering wheel. The piston calliper can be stopped without complications; pulling the joystick with just one finger feels great.

Verdict

Even with more competition in the standard mid-range motorcycle market, the 2021 Honda CB650R can still be firmly positioned as a compact inline four-wheeled motorcycle, offering a modern simplicity at a fairly high price of $9,199. The price of the MT-07 cylinder is US$7,699. Nevertheless, the power and handling of this bike can still bring you an impressive riding experience, and has a novel appearance and electronic products that can meet the increasingly stringent requirements of riders.

MSRP:$9,199
Engine:DOHC, liquid-cooled in-line four-cylinder; 4 valves/cyl.
Displacement:649cc
Bore x Stroke:67.0 x 46.0mm
Compression Ratio:11.6:1
Transmission/Final Drive:6-speed/chain
Cycle World Measured Horsepower:81.90 hp @ 10,870 rpm
Cycle World Measured Torque:42.97 lb.-ft. @ 7,960 rpm
Fuel System:PGM-FI w/ 32mm throttle bodies
Clutch:Wet, multiplate
Engine Management/Ignition:Full transistorized
Frame:Twin-spar, steel-diamond frame
Front Suspension:41mm inverted Showa Separate Function Big Piston (SSF-BP) fork; 4.25 in. travel
Rear Suspension:Showa Single Shock, preload adjustable; 5.0 in. travel
Front Brake:Nissin radial-mount 4-piston calipers, dual 310mm discs w/ ABS
Rear Brake:Nissin 1-piston caliper, single 240mm disc w. ABS
Wheels, Front/Rear:Cast aluminum
Tires, Front/Rear:120/70-17 / 180/55-17
Rake/Trail:32.0º/4.0 in.
Wheelbase:57.0 in.
Ground Clearance:5.8 in.
Cycle World Measured Seat Height:32.0 in.
Fuel Capacity:4.1 gal.
Cycle World Measured Wet Weight:445 lb.
Contact:powersports.honda.com

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