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Honda CB650R

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₱501,000
SRP Price in Manila
CB650R Specs
Engine 649 cc
Power 94 hp
Start Option Electric
ABS Yes
Pass Switch Yes
Odometer Digital

CB650R Pros & Cons

Things We Like in CB650R

Neo-retro design

Performance

Sharp handling

Things We Dont Like in CB650R

Wind protection at higher speeds

Recent Updates of Honda CB650R

Recently launched at the 2019 Malaysia Auto Show, Honda CB650R is the replacement for CBR650F. However, this middleweight sports bike had entered into the Philippines market in December last year. It comes from Honda’s Roadster category with Neo Sports Café design, the concept of which was originally showcased at the 2018 Mondial Paris Motor Show.  It has a unique design with the engine fully on display and a sculpted fuel tank with Honda’s signature round headlights.

This Honda CB650R offers a more aggressive riding position with the help of its tapered handlebar. It has got a new Digital LCD panel and is equipped with LED lighting. Honda CB650R is powered by a liquid-cooled, in-line 4-cylinder, DOHC engine. It is accompanied by the assist/slipper clutch. The mill can produce a maximum power of 95 PS and a peak torque of 63 Nm. It is available in only one colour in the Philippines market i.e, Black and priced at PHP 501,000.

 

CB650R Price

Variant Price Specifications  
Neo Sports Cafe ₱501,000 *
SRP Price
649 cc, 94 hp, Electric, Gasoline
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CB650R is available in 1 different colors - Black.

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CB650R Review

  • Overview
  • Design
  • Ride & Handling
  • Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Braking & Safety
  • Verdict

Overview

With the CB650R, Honda has managed to hit two birds with one stone – while it is tracing the conventional bracket of a 650cc middleweight category, it has managed to do so with an all-new package, especially in terms of the visual appeal of the motorcycle. To affirm its new identity over its predecessor, Honda has renamed the motorcycle from CB650F to CB650R. Priced at Php 501,000, the Honda CB650R is being offered in a single shade called Candy Chromosphere Red.

Design

Gone is the bulky and Honda CBR 650F sans-fairing design of this 650cc roadster – the CB650R now gets an all-new visual identity of its own. In this process, Honda has blessed the CB650R with a very concept-bike like styling, which makes it look unique when compared to its peers.

The Honda CB650R now gets a circular headlamp which is a full LED unit and comes with integrated with daytime running LEDs as well, akin to what we have already seen on the Ducati Monster series. To make the front fascia look more modern and futuristic looking, the CB650R is the first motorcycle from Honda to get LED turn indicators. At the top of the headlamp sits a small trapezoidal tinted visor, which makes the face look good. However, it is least useful in its job of cutting out windblasts at higher speeds.

Also, the side profile has been completely redesigned with a curvier fuel tank and simpler extensions along with minimalistic design for the side body panels. Even the tailpiece, as well as the LED taillamp,  have gone under the hammer. This, as a result, makes the CB650R look bolder than before, despite being looking less muscular than the previous version.

Another big change on the new CB650R is the smaller but much more modern looking fully digital instrument console. It surely shows all the data as it did before, like speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, odometer, trip meters, and clock, except that they all are now housed in a single screen. A gear indicator is also present on the digital instrument cluster.

Ride & Handling

The new Honda CB650R ditches the rather simpler and cost effective suspension setup of CB650F. Instead, it gets a more sophisticated combination of Showa separate function upside down forks at the front and a monoshock with 10-stage pre-load adjuster along with an aluminium swingarm at the rear. Compared to its fully faired version, the globally available CBR650R, the suspension has been kept on the stiffer side to match its roadster character.

Unlike the CB650F, the new CB650R gets a split seat setup – while it is not as roomy as the single piece of CB650F, it gets the job done quite adequately.

Engine & Fuel Consumption

The only aspect that the new CB650R retains from the erstwhile CB650F is the basic engine. It is still the same four stroke liquid cooled inline-four 649cc engine which was offered on the CB650F. This engine, however, comes with a minor bump in performance. While it now develops 95 PS of maximum power – almost 4 PS more than before, the peak torque rating is still 63 Nm. Like before, the engine is mated to a smooth 6-speed gearbox.

Braking & Safety

With dual 320 mm petal discs at the front and a single 240 mm petal disc at the rear, the CB650R has got an excellent halting power. Apart from the compulsory addition of ABS, the CB650R also gets ‘Honda Intelligent Security System’ (H.I.S.S.) - a feature standard on Honda’s flagship superbikes. This system automatically disables the starting of the engine in case a wrong key is inserted in the keyhole.

Verdict

With an all-new neo-retro design along with numerous new world equipment, the CB650R is now a much more futuristic looking and feature packed than the motorcycle replaces – the Honda CB650F. In the process, while the CB650R has become slightly compact, it is now more powerful and agile than ever before.

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    Brian Apr 17, 2019
    Great performer

    The CB650R is a great naked middleweight bike. After owning one for more than 7 months, here are my observations: What I like: - Great looking bike, clean lines and slash cut exhaust look aggressive - In line 4 sounds great and loves to rev - Dynamically well sorted. Great suspension setup, ride quality and chassis balance What could be Read More

Honda CB650R FAQ

  • What are the Safety Features Available in Honda CB650R?

    The safety features available in Honda CB650R Below:

    Feature Value
    ABS Yes
    Pass Switch Yes
    Leg Guards No
    Central Locking Yes
    Riding Modes Road, Race
    Shutter Lock No
    Side Reflectors Yes
    Back Rest No
    Engine Check Warning Yes
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