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One of the most practical middleweight motorcycles available in India is the Honda CBR650F. Customers were forced to shy away from the motorcycle owing to its price since the Japanese motorcycle retailed for Rs 7.30 lakh.
Now, Honda India's official website has been updated with revised prices and the CBR650F now costs Rs 6,57,620 ex-showroom (Delhi).
What makes the Honda CBR650F a practical motorcycle is its butter-smooth 649cc, liquid-cooled four-cylinder engine that makes 85bhp and 63Nm of torque, with the help of a 6-speed gearbox.
Honda previously offered a massive discount on the CBR650F, owing to the new emission standards (BS$) that came into effect starting 1 April 2017.
Honda has updated the CBR650F with better shades, LED headlights, and a slightly tweaked engine. The new 2017 model of the Honda CBR650F is expected to make it to Indian shores and go on sale, beginning next month.
From the updated motorcycle, Honda claims a mileage of 21km/l from a motorcycle that weighs 211kg. Regarding safety, ABS will be offered as standard.