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Honda CB650R Neo Sports
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Honda CB650R £6,999 On The Road
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Honda CB650R:

Honda CB650R Finance Offers
CB650R 36 Months PCP Representative Example
On the road price £6,999.00
Deposit £1,395.00
Amount of credit £5,604.00
36 monthly payments £107.99
Final Payment inc Option Fee/GFV £2,554.78
Total amount payable £7,837.42
Representative APR 6.9%
Annual Mileage 4,000 miles
Excess Mileage 3p
PCP motorcycle finance
PLEASE NOTE : CB650R finance options are flexible.
Please call us on 0161-432 1303 for a tailor made quote.

PCP Terms and Conditions: New retail CB650RA 19YM registrations to 31 July 2019. Subject to model and colour availability. Offers applicable at participating dealers and are at the promoter's absolute discretion (excluding Channel Islands). Representative example based on 3 years 6.9% PCP. Excess mileage rate applies. Final payment includes £10 option to purchase fee. You do not have to pay the Final Payment if you return the bike at the end of the agreement and you have paid all other amounts due, the bike is in good condition and has been serviced in accordance with the Honda service book and the maximum annual mileage of 4,000 has not been exceeded. Excess mileage rate applies should this be exceeded. Indemnities may be required in certain circumstances. Finance is only available to persons aged 18 or over, subject to status. All figures are correct at time of publication but may be subject to change. Honda Franchise Dealers are credit brokers, not lenders. Credit provided by Honda Finance Europe Plc. Cain Road, Bracknell, Berkshire RG12 1HL. Honda Financial Services is a trading name of Honda Finance Europe Plc. a company registered at Companies House No 03289418. Honda Finance Europe plc is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, Financial Services Register number 312541.

 

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2019 Honda CB650R CB650R
CB650R Engine CB650R Headlight
Neo Sports Cafe Instruments

2019 Honda CB650R ABS Naked

The new CB650R mirrors the CB1000R, with pared-down lines designed to put maximum machine on show – this is the motorcycle laid bare. Its super-compact, trapezoid form draws extremities in tightly, and the four-cylinder engine – blacked-out with cam and engine covers highlighted in burnished bronze – is very much the centrepiece of the machine.

Compared to the streetfighter-styled CB650F, which it replaces in Honda’s line-up, 6kg has been saved from the chassis thanks to a revised frame, fuel tank and footpegs. A 41mm Showa SFF USD fork, radial-mount four-piston calipers, floating discs and new wheels are further features not present on the CB650F.

Tapered handlebars make for easy steering, and the riding position is on the sporty end of the naked spectrum. The CB650R also shares the CB1000R’s distinctive round LED headlight (all lighting is LED) and modern LCD instrument display, which includes a Shift Up and Gear Position indicator.

For the 650cc engine, a revised intake and exhaust, plus new cam timing and compression ratios bring a 5% peak power boost and smoother, stronger torque delivery through the mid-range. The engine revs to 12,000rpm, an extra 1,000rpm compared to the CB650F.

An assist/slipper clutch is fitted to ease upshifts and manage fast, successive downshifts; Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) maintains rear wheel traction.

Engine

  • 5% more power above 10,000rpm, 1,000rpm higher redline
  • Torque delivery smoothed and boosted
  • New intake and exhaust designs flow more gas, and enhance the engine note
  • Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC)
  • Assist/slipper clutch
  • Easy 35kW conversion available

Honda’s development engineers wanted to create the purest, most enjoyable mid-sized four-cylinder performance possible for the CB650R rider. So the 649cc, DOHC 16-valve engine has been tuned to eliminate a slight torque dip at 5,500rpm, and deliver 5% more power above 10,000rpm with a redline raised 1,000rpm. Peak power of 70kW arrives at 12,000rpm with peak torque of 64Nm delivered at 8,500.

The net result out on the road is a motor that spins harder, and for much longer, at high rpm, with a smooth, linear torque delivery that builds strongly as revs rise, and sounds great in the process. An easy 35kW conversion is available for A2 licence holders.

Direct cam actuation makes for a compact cylinder head; bore and stroke is set at 67mm x 46mm with compression ratio raised to 11.6:1 (from 11.4:1) and combustion chamber shape optimised by use of a revised piston design. The valve train has been reinforced and valve timing revised; Iridium spark plugs are also now employed.

Asymmetric piston skirts minimise bore contact and reduce friction. Ferrous spines on the outer surface of the cylinder sleeves reduce oil consumption (and friction) with improved heat transfer and a silent SV cam chain reduces frictional losses by using a Vanadium coating on its pins. Internal water channelling from cylinder head to cylinders does away with most of the exterior hoses.

New twin air ducts either side of the fuel tank feed the airbox with a larger volume of air, as opposed to the single, central duct of the old model. They also produce a throaty intake roar. The exhaust now features a larger bore tail pipe – from 35 to 38.1mm – inside the muffler to flow more gas and, with its exit pipe angled upwards, to also howl emotively purely for the rider’s benefit.

The engine uses a compact internal architecture, stacked six-speed gearbox and starter layout with the cylinders canted forward 30°. An assist/slipper clutch is a new addition and eases upshifts while managing rear-wheel lock up under hard braking and rapid downshifts. Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) is fitted to manage rear wheel traction; it can be turned off should the rider choose.

Fuel consumption of 20.4km/l (WMTC mode) gives a range of over 300km from the 15.4L fuel tank.

 

Chassis

  • Compact Neo Sports Café style accentuates ‘real metal’ engineering
  • Lighter frame plus other savings shave 6kg from kerb weight compared to CB650F
  • Adjustable 41mm Showa Separate Function Fork (SFF) USD front suspension
  • Radial-mount brake calipers and floating discs
  • Full LED lighting and new LCD instruments
  • Tapered handlebars and more aggressive riding position

Tightly wrapped and aggressive, the CB650R’s Neo Sports Café style features the signature compact ‘Trapezoid’ proportion of short, stubby tail and short overhang headlight. The long fuel tank is a key motif of the family design; its smooth lines accentuate the solidity of real metal surfaces and crown the engineering of the four-cylinder powerplant. It also houses the ignition.

The round headlight is based on that of the CB1000R. It’s LED, as is the rest of the lighting. Sharp new LCD instruments also use the CB1000R as a baseline and include a Shift Up, Gear Position and Peak Hold indicator.

A more aggressive riding position than the CB650F moves the 557mm tapered handlebars 13mm forward and 8mm down, with footpeg position more rear set - 3mm back and 6mm higher. Seat height is 810mm.

The CB650R’s steel diamond frame is updated for 2019 with pressed (rather than forged) swingarm pivot plates; it’s 1.9kg lighter than the previous design and uses twin elliptical spars with a rigidity balance specifically tuned (stiffer around the headstock and more flexible in the spar sections) to deliver balanced handling characteristics with high levels of rider feedback.

Rake is set at 25.5° with trail of 101mm and wheelbase of 1,450mm. Kerb weight is 202kg (the CB650F weighed 208kg) thanks to weight saving in the frame, but also in the fuel tank and new super sport-style footpegs.

The 41mm Showa Separate Function Fork (SFF) USD front suspension, adjustable for spring preload and rebound damping; it’s clamped by a revised, forged aluminium bottom yoke. Adjustable for 7-stage spring preload the single-tube monoshock operates directly on the curvaceous gravity die-cast aluminium swingarm.

Four-piston radial-mount front brake calipers work on 310mm wave-pattern floating discs, and are paired with a single-piston rear caliper and 240mm disc. Two-channel ABS is fitted as standard. The cast aluminium wheels are a brand-new design and mount 120/70-ZR17 and 180/55-ZR17 front and rear tyres.

ENGINE
Type Liquid-cooled 4-stroke 16-valve DOHC inline-4 cylinder
Displacement 649cc
Bore & Stroke 67mm x 46mm
Compression Ratio 11.6:1
FUEL SYSTEM
Carburation PGM-FI electronic fuel injection
Fuel Tank Capacity 15.4 litres
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Starter Electric
DRIVETRAIN
Transmission Type 6-speed
Final Drive Chain
CHASSIS
Dimensions (LWH) 2,130mm X 780mm X 1,075mm
Wheelbase 1,450mm
Seat Height 810mm
Ground Clearance 150mm
Kerb Weight 202kg
SUSPENSION
Type Front Showa Separate Function Fork (SFF) USD
Type Rear Monoshock damper with adjustable preload, 43.5mm stroke
WHEELS
Tyres Front 120/70ZR17 M/C (58W)
Tyres Rear 180/55ZR17 M/C (73W)
BRAKES
ABS System Type 2 channel; hydraulic dual disc 310mm front, hydraulic disc 240mm rear

All specifications are provisional and subject to change without notice.

** Please note that the figures provided are results obtained by Honda under standardised testing conditions prescribed by WMTC. Tests are conducted on a rolling road using a standard version of the vehicle with only one rider and no additional optional equipment. Actual fuel consumption may vary depending on how you ride, how you maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tire pressure, installation of accessories, cargo, rider and passenger weight, and other factors.

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