HONDA CBR650R

M & P Motorcycles, Swansea
SA4 9HN

Details

Year 2021
Engine 649cc
£8,149

This is a bike for born competitors. Sculpted by high-speed aerodynamics the CBR650R with suspension, equipment and style upgrades is an ultra-sharp tool with focused, sporting intent, thrilling power, and exceptional torque. Discover a place without borders: Your obsession. PUTTING THE R INTO THE CBR.... Born on the racetrack, turning heads on the street. The CBR650R has honed its racetrack DNA for aggressive road performance. The footpegs and handlebars give you the optimal riding position, for fluid movement around the machine, finding the perfect cornering balance as you tackle thrilling roads. The front tyre is beautifully weighted, for precise turn-in capability, while the 180-section rear has huge grip. Up front, piercing dual LED headlights fill out the tightly wrapped fairing, mirrored by the minimal seat unit and re-shaped, slimmer side panels. Even the rear number plate mount has been sharply re-styled. And, the electrifying roar of the exhaust, chasing the redline will make your hair stand on end.

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M & P Motorcycles

Phoenix Way, Gorseinon, SA4 9HN

https://www.mandp.co.uk/

Running costs
Insurance group -
Annual road tax £96
Annual service cost £210
Performance
Max power 93.9 bhp
Max torque 46.5 ft-lb
Top speed 135 mph
1/4-mile acceleration -
Average fuel consumption 47 mpg
Tank range 195 miles
Quick specs
Engine size 649cc
Frame type Steel diamond
Engine type Liquid-cooled, 16v, inline four
Fuel capacity 15.4 litres
Seat height 810mm
Bike weight 207kg

Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold

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Review

  • HONDA CBR650R (2019-on)

    HONDA CBR650R (2019-on)

    Honda’s CBR650R is the go-to supersport bike for the real world. It’s handles sweetly, looks just like a Fireblade and recording a true top speed of 138mph on MCN’s test track it’s just 1mph slower than an Aprilia RS660

    MCN rating 4 out of 5

    Owners' rating 4.7 out of 5

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