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Honda upcoming bikes | Honda CBR500R Sports Bike 2020

Honda CBR500R

Honda upcoming bikes – The new Honda CBR500R could be the next great thing of the Japanese brand for India, which seems to have specific plans to bring cosmetic updates of the CBR Class L in all mid-range models. First, the update was seen in CBR650R, while later, all remaining products get the same front facial expressions with a slight change in the size of a gift and a different set of equipment. Honda CBR500R comes with a refined front cover, giving space to the bright LED headlights.

The turn indicators look elegant and are fixed to the inner layer of the gift. The side profile presents an excellent bike sensation with a single exhaust, a sharp tail section and a massive fuel tank with two clearly connected bottom panels of two colors. The front part of the bike comes with massive petal disc brakes and visible ABS ring, while the rear disc is the right size compared to other competitors in this segment.

Honda CBR500R
Honda CBR500R

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The 471 cc double parallel engine in the display position indirectly places the new Honda CBR500R against Kawasaki Ninja 400 and other medium-weight artists. However, the benefit of the additional displacement is 43 Nm of impressive torque since the power only seems decent at 47HP. If it is planned and launched in India, the same restriction will not return, since the restricted energy is the result of the A2 license for many countries around the world.

The Indian market is about to see the launch of 5 new premium Honda bicycles in 2020, and CBR500R is expected to be one of them. The launch of CB300R and CBR650R also confirmed that Honda has strong plans to increase its product line in the premium motorcycle category.

The CBR500R comes with 120 front tyre and 160 rear front tyre, providing more two-channel ABS units for safer driving. The fuel tank is 17.1 liters, while Honda says the sports bike can save 28.6 km. If launched in India, the new CBR500R will cost around INR 5 lakh (ex-showroom)

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