The ex-showroom price of Honda CBR 650F is Rs 7.82 lakh while that of DSK TNT 600i is Rs 5.75 lakh.
According to the claimed fuel efficiency, Honda offers a mileage of 21 kmpl while DSK offers a mileage of 19 kmpl. The fuel tank capacity and reserve fuel capacity of the former bike is 17.3 L and 2 L respectively, and that of the latter bike is 15 L and 4.5 L respectively. The overall riding range of the former bike comes to 363.3 km that is more than the DSK bike, which comes at about 285 km.
Chassis and Suspension
The chassis type of the Honda bike is steel diamond and that of the DSK one is bassinet type. The front suspension of the former motorcycle comes with SDBV telescopic fork and that of the later comes with inverted front telescopic forks. The rear suspension comes with pro-link for Honda and that for the other one comes with hydraulic monoshock absorber.
CBR 650F comes with a dimension of 2107 mm x 753 mm x 1149 mm with a wheelbase and ground clearance of 1449 mm and 133 mm respectively while TNT 600i comes with a dimension of 2160 mm x 800 mm x 1180 mm with a wheelbase and ground clearance of 1480 mm and 150 mm.
DSK comes with LED tail light and multi-reflector type headlight while Honda comes with LED headlight and tail light along with pilot lamps. DSK has got added features like the high-quality comfortable split seat, legible crimson-lit instrument cluster and effective disc brae for split-second braking in comparison to Honda CBR. Both the bikes have a digital speedometer, pillion seat, pillion grab rail, pass light, clock, and engine kill switch.
While both the bikes are efficient in their own way but based on the above specifications and features, you can decide which one you want to go for, depending on your requirements.