First previewed at the International ICMA Motorcycle show at the beginning of November 2018, the all new Honda CBR650R had been a widely anticipated addition to Honda's already well catered for model line up.The popular outgoing Honda CBR650F was the starting point for the new machine with a whole host of innovations. It's new shape body styling almost lifted directly from the legendary Honda Fireblade gives it a modern and sleek look that is set to be a market leader in the middle weight sector of the market. It has re positioned handle bars giving a more forward leaning riding position. With an uprated rear shock absorber, twin ram air intake ducts, lighter frame saving 6kg over the CBR650F giving an 8% improved power to weight ratio.It features 41mm up-side-down Showa forks, HSTC Assist and slipper clutch with is higher revving engine with 5% more peak power and a stronger pick-up above 7,000 RPM. It comes as standard with LED lights and a complete quartet of LED indicators. The instrument panel has a bright LCD display with an integrated gear shift indicator.Normally available in 2 colour variants of just Red or Black, we're proud to bring this one-off bespoke and very distinctive Repsol Racing Design featuring the additional, colour-coded, genuine Honda OEM, single seat converter cowl and colour matched wheel. It really is stunning and needs to be seen to be appreciated fully.,In addition, there are a whole host of optional extras available, including a smoked or clear touring windshield, a quickshifter and even heated handle bar grips too.With a FREE Datatool TrackKING Adventure GPS tracker and Datatag panel marking and forensic ID both adding to the standard Honda HISS2 immobiliser, you can have complete peace-of-mind to know that your security needs have been covered. (Subject to installation and subscription)(Subject to a 99.00 vehicle preparation fee).Doble Motorcycles stock number 13258.
86-92 & 103 Brighton Road, CR5 2NG
Why buy from Doble Motorcycles
Doble Motorcycles is a long established family run business founded in 1967 by Mike Doble senior and late brother Chris Doble. It all started with just one shop no. 88 Brighton road selling one or two step through mopeds and motorcycle servicing. Chris managed the bike business while Mike set up a used car showroom across the road at 103, this also took off very well and thrived as the motor industry boomed. Time moved on and expansion was inevitable for the Motorcycle shop. Honda was increasing its model range rapidly with big sellers like the Superdream and CX500. The adjacent shop no. 90 was acquired and soon become filled with exciting new models. But again the market grew and the need to expand soon arrived. Seeming to take over one end of Coulsdon no. 86 was sought and another 50% increase in size took place. Honda's market share also grew to keep customers coming back time and time again. It became apparent that car sales were not able to keep pace with the two wheeled sales, so all resources were pooled together to once again double the business size to give huge choice and diversity to the customer. Doble Motorcycles Selling and specialising in the world's leading makes from day one has been Doble's biggest strength. Mike Doble Junior and Paul Styles now run the dealership along with Mike Doble Senior, Anne Doble, and a good enthusiastic and dedicated team who all love working with motorcycles. Dobles have been nominated Honda dealer of the year four times. The award is not just based on sales, but on product presentation and more importantly, all round customer care. This is something Dobles pride themselves on and a practise, which has earned them a reputation for service & reliability throughout their many years in Coulsdon.
|Annual road tax||£96|
|Annual service cost||£210|
|Max power||93.9 bhp|
|Max torque||46.5 ft-lb|
|Top speed||135 mph|
|Average fuel consumption||47 mpg|
|Tank range||195 miles|
|Frame type||Steel diamond|
|Engine type||Liquid-cooled, 16v, inline four|
|Fuel capacity||15.4 litres|
Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold