55.00 – 65.00 Lakhs
Honda CBR 400R Overview
The all-new Honda CBR400R is finally revealed but meanwhile, it will only cater to the global market. This upcoming model will receive a 399 cc liquid-cooled parallel twin engine which will produce max power of 46 bhp and a max torque of 38 nm and also get a 6-speed gearbox. Moreover, there will be a slipper clutch as standard across the variants along with the latest exhaust designed by Honda Racing. The valve timing of Honda CBR400R will be re-tuned as well. This beauty will weigh somewhere around 192 kg, and also carry a fuel capacity of over 17 litres. The Honda CBR400R will be offered in three different colours, namely Grand Prix Red, Matte Axis Grey Metallic and Pearl Glare White.
Honda CBR 400R Styling & Comfort
The all-new Honda CBR400R styling quotient will feature all LED lighting and a fully digitalized instrument cluster to display the speed, rpm, mileage and every necessary information on the go.
Honda CBR 400R Performance and Handling
The Honda CBR400R performance will feature the suspension duties, which will be maintained by telescopic forks present at the front and a mono-shock at the rear. The beauty will feature 17-inch multi-spoke alloy wheels with a 120 section upfront tyre and a 180 section tyre at the rear.
Honda CBR 400R What we think
The Honda CBR400R will be a motorbike with a bunch of great offerings, decent mileage and a powerful engine for exuberant performance. It will definitely give a tough competition to its competitors at this price and features.
Honda CBR 400R Mileage
According to Honda’s website, the Honda CBR400R will claim mileage of 41 kmpl while running at a consistent speed of 60 kmph on the road.
Honda CBR 400R Engine & Transmission
The upcoming Honda CBR400R will acquire a liquid-cooled 399 cc parallel twin engine. It will produce a maximum power of 46 bhp at 9,000 rpm and 38 Nm of maximum peak torque at 7,500 rpm. The motor will be mated to a constant mesh 6-speed gearbox with a slipper clutch which will come as standard along with a new exhaust designed by Honda Racing.
Honda CBR 400R Braking & Safety
The Honda CBR400R braking needs will be fulfilled by the disc brakes present at the front and the rear. The bike will be well-equipped with a dual-channeled ABS (Anti-lock Braking System).
Honda CBR 400R Competitors
The Honda CBR400R will be fiercely competing against the Kawasaki Ninja 400 and the KTM RC390 in India.