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Honda Cbr

Price: $1,700 - $3,100  ⋅ Rating:2Photos:9Views:1345
Honda Cbr

Honda Cbr has become one of the best motorcycle not only according to the owners, but also according to the famous motorcycle magazines. Honda Cbr, despite the big differences from its predecessors, was able to maintain a distinctive sportbike features. Initially, the model has planned to implement V-shaped engine, however, at the end, the developers agreed to make 4-cylindered motor. Chassis and exhaust system of Honda Cbr is created by MotoGP. As a result, the famous Japanese company turned out to be powerful, relatively light and ergonomic sports motorcycle.

Honda Cbr is not only designed to racing tracks, but also for city roads. Motorcycle creators advise to adjust the suspension before riding in a way so that during the movement, there would not be any discomfort and excessive muscle tension. Honda Cbr by Honda has fairly standard dimensions for techniques of its class. The weight of Honda Cbr is not large, which partly led to excellent aerodynamic characteristics. Powerful 4-cylindered engine with an impressive volume is able to provide maximum 180 H.P. Suspension model is smooth and responsive, that makes the quality of the ride better.

Disc brake system is efficient and reliable. External appearance of Honda Cbr is different from its predecessors that also allocates it from other sports motorbikes. Developers note that the dashboard of Honda Cbr is almost turned into a real computer, on which the driver can handle almost everything (e.g. steering effort impacts depending on acceleration and speed).