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Honda CB1000R

₹ 14,68,532

*Ex-showroom price

Successor to the CB1000R previously sold in the country, Honda has re-entered the naked litre-class space in India with the CB1000R+. The motorcycle adopts a new design language called Neo Sports Caf© which was first showcased as a concept during ...

Specifications

Mileage 16 kmpl
Engine 998 cc
Transmission 6 Speed Manual
Kerb Weight 213 kg
Fuel Tank Cap 16.2 litres
Seat Height 830 mm
Available Colors
Graphite Black,
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Mumbai ₹ 18,14,338 onwards
Bangalore NA
Delhi ₹ 16,17,127 onwards
Pune NA
Chennai NA
Kolkata NA
Hyderabad NA
Lucknow NA

Description

Successor to the CB1000R previously sold in the country, Honda has re-entered the naked litre-class space in India with the CB1000R+. The motorcycle adopts a new design language called Neo Sports Caf which was first showcased as a concept during the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. The biggest highlight of the motorcycle is its styling. It has a minimalistic look with a sculpted fuel tank, brushed aluminium radiator covers and a front fender, complete with a round LED headlamp. It also gets a single-sided swingarm which adds to its style quotient.While the styling is retro, the motorcycle comes with ample modern features like a quirky full-colour TFT display for the instrument console. Other features include ride-by-wire, traction control, ABS and four riding modes.

Suspension duties are handled by fully-adjustable inverted forks for the front and a monoshock unit for the rear from Showa. For braking, the bike comes with 310mm twin-discs up front and a single 256mm disc for the rear.Powering the CB1000R+ is a revised 999cc, liquid-cooled, inline 4-pot motor with a longer stroke that allows more torque and midrange rather than outright performance. The engine is rated to produce 143bhp and 104Nm and comes paired to a 6-speed gearbox. Since the CB1000R+ is a top-spec model in the series, it comes with additional kit which includes heated grips, aluminium fly screen and cowl for the pillion seat. Mechanically, it also gets a two-way quickshifter as standard.In India, the CB1000R+ competes against the Kawasaki Z1000 and the BMW Motorrad S 1000 R.

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