Honda CB125R Revealed In Europe, Unlikely To Launch In India

Honda CB125R
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  • Honda has recently revealed the 2021 Honda CB125R globally.
  • The Japanese bike manufacturer has improved the power output by 1.6BHP.
  • It gets an all-new suspension setup at the front.

Honda has recently revealed the 2021 Honda CB125R Neo Sports Cafe Racer globally. It will now come with a Euro-5 compliant engine with some minor cosmetic updates.

As per the looks, the Neo Sports Cafe Racer remains almost the same with the circle-shaped all-LED headlamps, sculpted fuel tank, LED instrument cluster and the neo-retro compact design.

Braking duties on the updated CB125R works under a 296mm disc with Nissin radial calipers at the front. Meanwhile, at the rear, it comes with a 220mm disc that makes it a sure-footed motorbike. Apart from this, the Japanese bike manufacturer has also updated the suspension setup of the 2021 CB125R by offering a 41mm Showa Separate Function Big Piston at the front. Meanwhile, the all-new suspension setup would help the CB125R in improving the ride and handling of the bike to a large extent.

While getting the emission updates the power figures rarely increase. However, Honda while updating its 125cc engine as per the Euro-5 emission norm has increased the stroke length that resulted in increased power output in return. The all-new Honda CB125R now produces 14.7BHP of power that is 1.6BHP more when compared to the Euro-4 compliant engine.

Honda will start delivering the 2021 Honda CB125R to the global market soon. However, the launch of the Honda CB125R is unlikely to happen in India.

Honda CB125R Instrument Cluster
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