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Honda CBR650F Matte Grey – Red dual tone at 2016 Bangkok Motor Show (LIVE)

Honda CBR650F Matte Grey and Red at 2016 Bangkok Motor Show
 

Launched in India last year, new is being showcased at the ongoing 2016 Bangkok Motor Show in new colour trim.

The Do Everything Bike, Honda CBR650F is being showcased in a dual tone colour scheme at the 2016 Bangkok Motor Show in Thailand. The colourful CBR650F gets a fairing which is done in mix of matte black and matte grey, while the exposed sub-frame is done in metallic red and so is the panel under the seat.

Red colour is also found on the fuel tank fairing and alloy rim in the form of decals. Th sub-frame also houses a special accessory which will provide extra grip to the thighs of the rider. Monoshock rear suspension is finished in white metallic.

Honda CBR650F Matte Grey and Red at 2016 Bangkok Motor Show

Honda CBR650F Matte Grey and Red at 2016 Bangkok Motor Show

Wearing a regular yet sporty look without having gone overboard on the design front, Honda CBR650F claims to be one of the most refined four-cylinder fully faired bike in its segment.It gets tall windscreen, sleek rear view mirrors, chunky four cylinder engine finished in matte black, raised rear seat, and metal footrests. Colour choices on offer in India include Red, Blue, Matte Black, and Red and White racing livery.

Finetuned for performance and everyday riding, Honda CBR650F gets power from a 649 cc liquid cooled inline four-cylinder engine with programmable fuel injection to generate 87 PS at 11,000 rpm and 63 Nm of torque at 8,000 rpm, mated to a six-speed gearbox.

Honda CBR650F Matte Grey and Red at 2016 Bangkok Motor Show

Honda CBR650F Matte Grey and Red at 2016 Bangkok Motor Show

Honda CBR650F goes from 0-100 kmph in 3.4 seconds. Top speed is pegged at 265 kmph. Weighing in at 211 kgs, Honda CBR650F dimensions are as follows: 2110 mm in length, 755 mm in width, and 1145 mm in height. Wheelbase is 1450 mm. Ground clearance is 130 mm and seating height at 810 mm. CBR650F fuel tank capacity stands at 17.3 litres.

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