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Honda dealers with the stock of the 2016 Honda CBR650F are offering the motorcycle with a discount of Rs 1 lakh. The discount is given to clear the stocks, considering the new BSIV emission norms that are becoming mandatory for vehicles starting April 2017.
The Japanese manufacturer announced its plans to locally assemble the CBR650F in India at the 2014 Auto Expo. Then, motorcycle enthusiasts in the country were very excited as the CBR650F would become the cheapest four-cylinder motorcycle in this part of the world. But, Honda priced it more than expected.
Selected dealers across the country are offering discounts of up to Rs 60,000 to Rs 80,000 on the ex-showroom price of the CBR650F. Thus slashing the on-road price by up to a lakh.
The Honda CBR650F was launched in India back in August 2015, and the model became the first big capacity machine that has been locally assembled by Honda. The model was introduced for a price tag of Rs 7.3 lakh.
Powering the Honda CBR650F is a 648.7cc inline four-cylinder engine churning out 85bhp of power and 62Nm of torque. The motorcycle rivals Kawasaki Ninja 650 and Benelli TNT 600i in its segment.