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Honda CB1000R Expected Launch Date

New Honda CB1000R Launch Soon In India

Are you a fan of Honda’s Neo Sports Café design? Do you love powerful and stylish naked bikes? If yes, then you might be interested in the upcoming Honda CB1000R 2023-24 in India. This bike is the successor to the CB1000R Hornet that was previously sold in the country. Its basic design includes a sculpted fuel tank, brushed aluminum radiator covers, a front fender, and a circular LED headlight. Its single-sided swingarm adds elegance. Know these bike details.

Honda CB1000R Expected Launch Date

Honda CB1000R Expected Launch Date

The Honda CB1000R is expected to launch in India in January 2024. This is based on the assumption that Honda will follow the global launch cycle of this bike. The current model was launch in 2018 and received a minor update in 2021. So, we can expect a major update in 2023, which will be follow by an Indian launch in 2024.

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New Honda CB1000R Price in India

The price of the Honda CB1000R is not confirm yet, but we can make an estimate based on the previous model. The BS4 version of the CB1000R was price at around Rs. 15 lakh (ex-showroom) when it was discontinued in 2020. Considering the inflation, BS6 compliance and possible feature additions, we can expect the new model to cost around Rs. 16 lakh (ex-showroom).

Engine

The engine of the Honda CB1000R is one of its main attractions. It is a 999cc, liquid-cooled, inline four-cylinder motor that produces 143bhp and 104Nm of torque with a six-speed gearbox. This engine is derive from the CBR1000RR Fireblade, but tuned for more low-end and mid-range performance. It also has a ride-by-wire system, traction control, ABS and four riding modes: Standard, Sport, Rain and User. The BS6 model will have the same engine, but with some revisions for cleaner emissions. This might affect its power output slightly.

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Mileage

The mileage of the Honda CB1000R is not officially revealed by Honda, but we can estimate it based on some factors. The bike has a fuel tank capacity of 16.2 litres⁵, which is decent for a litre-class bike. The bike also has a fuel injection system and a slipper clutch that improve its fuel efficiency. Based on these factors, we can expect the bike to deliver around 15 kmpl on average.

Dimensions

The dimensions of the Honda CB1000R are as follows⁵:

  • Length: 2120mm
  • Width: 789mm
  • Height: 1090mm
  • Wheelbase: 1455mm
  • Seat Height: 830mm
  • Ground Clearance: 135mm
  • Kerb Weight: 213kg

As you can see, the bike is compact and lightweight for its segment. It has a short wheelbase and a low seat height that make it agile and easy to handle. It also has a decent ground clearance that allows it to tackle Indian roads.

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Look and Features of Honda CB1000R

The look and features of the Honda CB1000R are its USPs. The bike has a unique Neo Sports Café design that blends retro and modern elements. It has a round LED headlamp with an eclipse-shaped ring, a digital TFT instrument console with full-colour display, an under-seat exhaust system, an aluminium subframe and a single-sided swingarm.

The bike also has some premium features like fully-adjustable Showa suspension, dual-channel ABS, radial-mounted brake calipers, slipper clutch and riding modes. The bike is available in Graphite Black colour option.

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Conclusion

The Honda CB1000R is a stunning bike that offers performance, style and features in one package. It is one of the most awaited bikes in India for 2023-24. If you are looking for a naked bike that can thrill you on the road and turn heads wherever you go, then you should keep an eye on this bike.

Siddharth Antre

Hey, I am Siddharth Antre, Blogger & Youtuber From Nashik. Here I share all Auto News on Daily Basis. Writing Blogs since 2014.

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