Honda CB1300 For Sale

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Honda CB1300
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Current Prices: £5,300–£3,200
Insurance Costs: 9 of 10

What Is It?

The Honda CB1300 is a popular premium naked bike and is powered by a liquid cooled 1,284 cc inline four cylinder four stroke engine, producing 114 bhp at 7,500 rpm and maximum torque at 6,000 rpm.

Features include:

  • Steel tubular frame with Aluminium swingarm
  • Dual 310 mm discs up front with Nissin two piston calipers
  • 256 mm disc at the rear with Nissin single piston caliper
  • 43 mm fork with pre-load adjustment and 120 mm travel
  • Adjustable dual rear Showa piggyback shocks with 116 mm travel
  • 4->2->1 Stainless Steel exhaust system
  • Adjustable levers, LED tail light
  • 5 speed gearbox and fuel injection

Despite weighing 3 kg less than the CB1000, this replacement is well kitted out. Under the seat there's a handy 12.4 litre luggage space, the handlebar risers can be adjusted to move the bars forward 20 mm for larger riders and there's an LCD clock/fuel gauge nestled between the analogue clocks.

Accessories include a mini smoked flyscreen, protection mushrooms, rear carrier and alarm. The 5-spoke 17" wheels take a 120/70 tyre at the front and 180/55 at the rear.

  • 2003: Black, white, red/white
  • 2004: Black, silver, red/white
  • 2005-2007: Black, blue
  • 2008-2013: White, red/white, black/white

Specs

Launch RRP: £6,650

Capacity: 1,284 cc (very high)

Power: 114 bhp / 85 kW (high)

Red Line: 8,600 rpm (average)

Top Speed: 145 mph / 233 km/h (high)

Economy: 40 mpg / 7.1 L/100km (average)

Range: 180 miles / 290 km (high)

Fuel Capacity: 21.0 litres / 4.6 gallons (very high)

Seat Height: 790 mm / 31.1 inches (low)

Wet Weight: 252 kg / 556 pounds (very heavy)

Dry Weight: 224 kg / 494 pounds

Power to Weight: 0.452 bhp/kg / 0.337 kW/kg

Road Tax (VED): £96 / Year (Very High)

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Review In A Few

What's Good?

  • Good storage space under the seat

Any Downsides?

  • Heavy (especially the CB1300S)

Updates

2005: Fuel injection re-tuned for smoother torque delivery, side covers made 10 mm narrower to make reaching the ground easier, ABS version available but it has 1 litre less storage under the seat and weighs 3.5 kg more.

2005: Honda produced a half-faired CB1300S version focused on all day touring at motorway speeds with ABS as standard. It's basically the same bike with a fairing stuck on which adds a couple of 1 litre glove boxes with the left being lockable, but it's 12 kg heavier than the non-ABS CB1300 at 264 kg wet.

2008: New air intake valve and Euro 3 compliance.

2010: Higher handlebars, new pillion grab rails, ABS is now a Combined ABS (C-ABS) system, new backlit dash and seat now 780 mm.

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Price Guide

Year
Dealer
Private
Part Ex
Mileage
2013
£5,300
£4,250
£3,700
11,800
2012
£5,100
£4,100
£3,600
13,400
2011
£4,900
£3,950
£3,450
14,900
2010
£4,750
£3,800
£3,350
16,300
2009
£4,600
£3,700
£3,250
17,600
2008
£4,450
£3,600
£3,150
18,800
2007
£4,350
£3,500
£3,050
20,000
2006
£4,250
£3,400
£3,000
21,000
2005
£4,150
£3,350
£2,900
22,000
2004
£4,050
£3,250
£2,850
22,900
2003
£4,000
£3,200
£2,800
23,700
Dealer: The typical price paid at a dealer after haggling.
Private: The typical private sale value of a bike in good condition.
Part Ex: The typical price offered by a bike buying service or dealer in part exchange.
Regional variations have been averaged out and we work out the price guide in-house.

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Popularity & How Many Left

Year
On Road
Off Road
Total
For Sale
2013
12
4
16
Rarely
2012
11
3
14
Rarely
2011
24
10
34
Rarely
2010
82
30
112
6 / month
2009
156
48
204
4 / month
2008
250
141
391
31 / month
2007
241
94
335
110 / month
2006
215
110
325
100 / month
2005
303
145
448
89 / month
2004
251
164
415
100 / month
2003
288
169
457
55 / month

Source: DVLA

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