The 2019 Honda CBR400R has been unveiled, the sports bike will be available in Japan from March.
The 2019 Honda CBR400R has been unveiled and it does look extremely sporty. The CBR400R is based on the platform of the CBR500R with identical design and chassis structure, with the bike having an almost similar design like the dual-headlights, bubble visor and an aggressive fairing, as its litre-class sibling, the CBR1000RR Fireblade.
Honda will produce the bike in three new colours – Grand Prix Red, Pearl Glare White and Matt Axis Grey Metallic. With the launch of the CBR300R, Honda is likely to launch the 400cc sibling in the Indian Market, if the CBR300R gets a good response from the market.
The 2019 Honda CBR400R has a 399cc, 2-cylinder engine, water-cooled engine, with the perky engine producing an impressive 46 BHP at 9000 RPM and 38 Nm torque at 7500 RPM. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox and the total weight of the bike is 192 kgs, with a 17-litre fuel tank, with a Japanese mileage test value of 41 km/l at a constant riding speed of 60 km/hr. The bike comes with 1410 mm of wheelbase, 130 mm of ground clearance, and 785 mm of practical seat height.
2019 Honda CBR400R
– The bike is powered by a 399cc, water-cooled, 2-cylinder engine
– CBR400R features a 17-litre fuel tank with an estimated range of 697 kms
– The bike will be available with 3 colour options