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Honda CBR1000RR Specs

Engine 1000 cc
Power 189 hp
Start Option Electric
Pass Switch Yes
Odometer Digital
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CBR1000RR Pros & Cons

Things We Like in CBR1000RR

Much improved from the previous gen

Advanced suspension package

Comprehensive engine management suite

Things We Dont Like in CBR1000RR


Less powerful than competitors

Intrusive electronics

Recent Updates of CBR1000RR

One of the most iconic names in superbikes, the CBR1000RR Fireblade has been pretty much unchanged over the last few years. In the face of ever-intensifying competition, this has made the old Fireblade seem dated. The SP version currently on sale in the Philippines does come with a lot of new improvements and is almost race ready but features a similarly expensive price tag. While we wait for a new CBR1000RR for 2020, here is what you can get on the current CBR.

The 1000 cc transverse-mounted inline-4 engine produces 189 hp and 116 Nm that gives it a top speed of 281 kmph. It is mated to a six-speed transmission via an anti-hop and slipper clutch. There are also many engine management aids that help the rider customize the ride to their liking. Brembo Monobloc calipers with a Bosch IMU enabled dual channel ABS and electronic Ohlins suspension help keep things under control.

Honda CBR1000RR Price

The CBR1000RR is priced at ₱1.36 Million.

Honda CBR1000RR Variants

There are 1 variants available of CBR1000RR: Fireblade SP.

Honda CBR1000RR Power-trains

The CBR1000RR is powered by a Liquid Cooled 1000 cc 4 Cylinder engine that gives 189hp of power at 13000 rpm and 116 Nm Torque at 11000 rpm. It comes with the option of a 6-Speed transmission gearbox. The CBR1000RR has a seat height of 823 mm. The Front Tyre size is 120/70 R17 & Rear Tyre size is 190/50 R17.

Honda CBR1000RR Features

The feature list of CBR1000RR includes ABS, Pass Switch, HISS (Honda Intelligent Security System) Advanced Safety Features, Side Reflectors, Road, Race Riding Modes and Engine Check Warning in terms of safety.

Features Chassis, Suspension & Brake include Pro-Link Rear Suspension, Telescopic Fork Front Suspension, Disc Front Brake, Disc Rear Brake, Diamond Body Frame Type, Chrome Garnish, Single Seat Seat Type and Side Wings.

Features for Console include Digital Odometer, Digital Fuel Gauge, Tripmeter, Digital Speedometer, Display Screen and Tachometer.

Honda CBR1000RR Competitors

The CBR1000RR Competitors are: BMW S 1000, Ducati Monster 1200, KTM 1290 Super Duke GT, Kawasaki Ninja H2 and Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR.

Honda CBR1000RR 2020 Price List

Honda CBR1000RR October 2020 prices start from ₱1.36 Million in Philippines.

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Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade SP ₱1.36 Million*
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1000 cc, 189 hp, Electric, Gasoline
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CBR1000RR is available in 1 different colors - Red.

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Honda CBR1000RR Review

  • CBR1000RR Overview
  • Honda CBR1000RR Design
  • CBR1000RR Ride & Handling
  • Honda CBR1000RR Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • CBR1000RR Braking & Safety
  • Honda CBR1000RR Verdict

CBR1000RR Overview

For most of the everyday riders, superbikes like the Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade SP are at the pinnacle of achievable performance. It is hard to see how they can be improved. However, the old Fireblade was due for a proper upgrade since 2012. And Honda has delivered just that with the 2017 launch of the new generation. This is completely different from its 2008 generation and improves upon it in every way. The newest model has shed a lot of weight and gained some power and many electronics. The SP version is an updated version of the standard and is currently the only version of the full-bore CBR1000RR you can buy in the Philippines. At a price of Php 1.35 million, is certainly more expensive than the equivalent Kawasaki Ninja ZX10RR and Suzuki GSR-R1000. Does that prove to be too big a hurdle?

Honda CBR1000RR Design

Compared to the last gen, the new Honda CBR100RR is a sharper looking beast. The front has you facing an angry alien robot with its split LED headlights and narrow but large windscreen. The headlights share space with intakes in the fairing that do not come into view from the side profile due to some clever bodywork. The turn signals are integrated into the rear-view mirrors giving the body a characteristically Honda, clean look. The side profile shows the lengths that Honda is going to in trying to reduce weight. There is very minimal bodywork that thankfully puts that glorious frame in full view. The tank, seat, and the rear section ride on top of it like an unzipped leather jacket. As usual, the tail rides high creating a pocket for the rider to get cosy in. While the LED taillights ride on the rear subframe, the indicators are mounted on the mudguard allowing them to be easily removed for track use. The exhaust end might seem ungainly, but it is slim, upswept and profiled to allow maximum knee dragging. The bike feels tiny with its dimensions of 2065 mm (L) x 720 mm (W) x 1125 mm (H). There are 17-inch cast alloy wheels wrapped in 120/70 and 190/50 front and rear tires respectively.  Working as the instrument panel is a full-color TFT display. Honda only offers the bike in tricolor Grand Prix Red right now.

CBR1000RR Ride & Handling

The all-aluminium diamond frame here is lighter and stiffer than the standard bike. The whole bike is lighter by a whole 15 kg and now shifts the scales at 196 kg. With 23.5 degrees of rake, 3.78 inch of trail and 1405 mm wheelbase, steering was tight to begin with. With an electronic steering damper, even the feedback from the chassis can be tuned. Suspension can also be dynamically and electronically controlled with 43 mm Ohlins telescopic inverted forks with preload, compression and rebound adjustments and an Ohlins Unit Pro-link with gas-charged damper featuring preload and compression and rebound damping adjustment.

Better still these settings are automatically varied during the ride by the suspension control unit that is fed by a Bosch MM5.10 Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU). It also gets 3 preset modes and another 2 manual modes for a fully customizable ride and response profile. The ride is firm as expected but the suspension works very well allowing the bike to float over bumps. The damper is equally good at allowing the rider to make full use of the overzealous suspension without losing control. This gives the CBR1000RR neutral handling. The bike is eager to jump into corners at the slightest hint, all the while feeling fully in control. The suspension is easily the best aspect of this bike. The front profile sends the air over the rider giving it easy to work with aerodynamics. The mirrors are good for a superbike. The seat height is high at 832 mm but is roomy.

Honda CBR1000RR Engine & Fuel Consumption

The heart of this beast is a 1000 cc, transverse-mounted liquid cooled 16 valve DOHC inline-4 engine. It boasts a high compression ratio of 13:1, slightly higher than the standard model. At its peak rpm of 13000, it produces its peak power output of 189 hp. Peak torque of 116 Nm comes at 11000 rpm.  With a top speed of 281 kmph, there is no lack of power here, but it is comparatively less than its direct competitors. Not that any of us mere mortals would feel it underpowered. To manage that power, Honda has added a ton of engine management and safety features. The bike uses throttle by wire, selectable torque control, 3 level selectable engine brake, 3 level riding mode select system and a 5-level power selector. The power is sent to the rear wheels through a six-speed gearbox coupled to a quick shifter and a lighter anti hop assist slipper clutch. All of these (and some more) can be set up individually by the rider for the most customized riding experience. But you gotta know what you are trying to do. The tank has a capacity of 16.2-litre and it gives a fuel efficiency of 17.4 kmpl for those interested.  

CBR1000RR Braking & Safety

The Bosch IMU also sends its current wheel speeds and lean angle to the 2 channel ABS Modulator that controls the four-pot Brembo Monobloc calliper on the dual front 320 mm floating disc in the front and the single piston 220 mm disc in the rear. This also works as a wheelie control mechanism. In much the same way, all the engine management features work as a sort of traction control and cornering ABS. While hardcore riders have found it to be a little too intrusive, it is a big boon for normal everyday riders.

Honda CBR1000RR Verdict

Hardcore riders and racers have mentioned issues with the intrusive electronics and the comparative lack of power on the Honda CBR100RR. But for us mere mortals, such a comprehensive engine and suspension management package is hard to find. But even here, it does come at quite a high price. But is price really a factor here for the prospective customer?  We think not.

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    Mark Oct 21, 2020 for Honda CBR1000RR

    Let me tell you that this one is a purely racing bike. If you have anything else in mind, please don’t buy the Honda CBR1000RR. The bike is certainly not for novice riders. The riding position is extreme for anything other than superfast track and road driving. That said, the CBR1000RR offers superb stability particularly at the front-end. Response from Read More

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    Asterio Sep 09, 2020 for Honda CBR1000RR

    I have never ever compromised on safety factors when it came to selecting my bikes. Being a passionate bike rider, I frequently go for long rides on my bike. So finally I came across this ultra-sleek and fashionable bike, Honda cbr1000rr. This bike not only looks stunning but what gave me a sense of security is its safety features. The Read More

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    Ace Sep 18, 2018 for Honda CBR1000RR

    I am a big time travel junkie. In fact the moment I get some spare time or few days off I just unwind myself with an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. My sole companion during my travel is my bike, abundant nature and a good book to read. I am not the kind who may get Read More

Honda CBR1000RR FAQ

What are the Safety Features Available in Honda CBR1000RR?

The safety features available in Honda CBR1000RR Below:

Feature Value
Pass Switch Yes
Back Rest No
Advanced Safety Features HISS (Honda Intelligent Security System)
Leg Guards No
Shutter Lock No
Side Reflectors Yes
Riding Modes Road, Race
Engine Check Warning Yes
Is Honda CBR1000RR available in Electric?

No, Honda CBR1000RR doesn't comes with Electric Option. Electric Fuel Type is also available in Below:

What are the top variants of Honda CBR1000RR?

The top spec variant for Honda CBR1000RR is Fireblade SP at ₱1.36 Million.Honda CBR1000RR Variants:

Variant Price List
Fireblade SP ₱1.36 Million

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