Honda CBR600F For Sale
What Is It?
The Honda CBR600F is a popular mid-range sports bike and is powered by a liquid cooled 599 cc inline four engine, producing 100 bhp at 12,000 rpm and maximum torque at 10,500 rpm.
- Aluminium frame and swingarm
- Dual 296 mm discs up front with Nissin two piston calipers
- Rear 240 mm disc with Nissin single piston caliper
- Bosch ABS system
- 41 mm upside down fork with 120 mm travel
- Adjustable rear shock with 128 mm travel
- 6 speed gearbox
The Honda CBR600F originally ran for 20 years, from the innovative and sporty CBR600F1, to being the more sensible option to the CBR600RR. A proven but not particularly exciting model when it ended production in 2006.
When Honda reintroduced the CBR600F in 2011, they pretty much stuck a fairing on the much younger CB600F Hornet but on the plus side, the Hornet was already a fantastic motorcycle, so the addition of a fairing makes it a great entry-level sports bike.
One of the best features is that the riding position settles somewhere between a full sports crouch and the upright approach of most naked bikes. The 5-spoke 17" wheels take a 120/70 tyre at the front and 180/55 at the rear.
Colours: Black, red/white/black, blue/white/blackDid You Know?
CBR is short for City Bike Racer.
2014: Replaced by the Honda CBR650F.
Review In A Few
- Excellent value all rounder
- Build quality
- ABS brakes
- Low seat
- Budget for a raised screen and hugger
- On the heavy side
- No gear indicator
- Limited range
Launch RRP: £7,000
Capacity: 599 cc (average)
Power: 100 bhp / 75 kW (average)
Red Line: 13,000 rpm (high)
Top Speed: 156 mph / 251 km/h (very high)
Economy: 45 mpg / 6.3 L/100km (average)
Range: 190 miles / 306 km (high)
Fuel Capacity: 19.0 litres / 4.2 gallons (high)
Seat Height: 800 mm / 31.5 inches (average)
Wet Weight: 211 kg / 465 pounds (heavy)
Dry Weight: 194 kg / 428 pounds
Power to Weight: 0.474 bhp/kg / 0.353 kW/kg
Check out this video review from RoadcraftNottingham.
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