The Honda CBR650F is available with a discount of Rs. 1 lakh for BS-III units.

2015 Honda CBR650F Review
The Honda CBR650F is priced at quite a premium

When Honda announced its plans to locally assemble the CBR650F in India at the 2014 Auto Expo, everyone was excited as the Japanese middle-weight would become the cheapest 4-cylinder bike in India. However, Honda priced it more than expected and thus the Benelli TNT 600i continues to be the cheapest 4-pot motorcycle in the country.

Now with BS-IV emission norms around the corner, dealers with stock of the 2016 Honda CBR650F are offering the bike with a discount of Rs. 1 lakh, making the on-road price a rather tempting Rs. 7.60 lakhs in Mumbai. In terms of price, the CBR650F competes with the Kawasaki Z800 which will soon be replaced by the Z900.

At the 2016 EICMA motorcycle show, Honda launched an updated version of the CBR650F which is expected to be launched in India soon. The new model gets a host of mechanical changes with a loud exhaust note, the power and torque output has gone up by 4.5 PS and 1.1 Nm respectively. The chassis of the bike has been made stiffer and the CBR650F is a more fun machine to ride by being faster and more agile.

Honda CBR650F Discount

– Honda wants to clear stock of BS-III models
– The bike competes with the Kawasaki Z800
– The on-road price of the CBR650F now is Rs. 7.60 lakhs

2015 Honda CBR650F Test Ride Review
With BS-IV norms kicking in soon, many companies want to clear old stock