Honda Unveils Updated CB1000R, Gets Styling Revisions As Well

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HIGHLIGHTS:
  • Honda has recently revealed the 2021 Honda CB1000R globally.
  • The updated naked motorcycle now comes with a Euro-5 compliant engine.
  • Apart from the engine update the bike now comes with multiple cosmetic updates.

Honda has recently revealed the 2021 CB1000R globally and the naked motorcycle has got tons of features to offer. Meanwhile, apart from the cosmetic updates and a Euro-5 compliant engine, it will now come with an exclusive ‘Black Edition’ variant.

UPDATES
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Coming to the updates, the all-new Honda CB1000R now comes with a new set of alloy wheels and a slightly slanting LED headlamp unit. However, the design of the LED headlamp with DRL retains its old design. Apart from this, the Neo Sports Cafe bike gets a new muscular fuel tank and radiator shrouds as well. Another cool tech is the 5-inch TFT instrument console that comes with multiple display layouts and can be connected to a smartphone via Bluetooth as well as a USB port that sits just below the seat.

SUSPENSION & BRAKE

The suspension setup on the all-new Honda CB1000R is a fully adjustable USD fork at the front and a monoshock unit at the rear. Meanwhile, braking duties on the naked motorcycle will be taken care of by the disc brakes both at the front as well as rear. However, the company is also offering dual-channel ABS to ensure the rider’s safety.

ENGINE
2021 HONDA CB1000R ENGINE
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The engine that powers the 2021 Honda CB1000R is a 998cc four-cylinder unit. It produces the same 143.5BHP of power @ 10,500 RPM and a peak torque of 104Nm @ 8250 RPM. However, it is now updated as per the Euro-5 emission norms.

As Honda is now focusing on expanding its lineup in India, we believe that the company will bring the 2021 Honda CB1000R in India as well. Meanwhile, it will retail the bike through Honda’s BigWing channel.

2021 HONDA CB1000R REVEALED
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