2019 Honda CBR400R, a sports bike that shares its design language from its litre-class sibling, the CBR1000RR Fireblade, has been rendered for the global audience. Based on a shared platform with the Honda CBR500R, the motorcycle features dual-headlights, bubble visor and an aggressive fairing.
The CBR400R will be available on sale in colour options like Pearl Glare White, Grand Prix Red and Matt Axis Grey Metallic, whenever hit the automotive industry. Here in India, we could see its arrival if the bike maker receives a good response for the model the Honda CBR300R in the Indian market.
Behind the full fairing, the 2019 Honda CBR400R gets a 399cc, 2-cylinder, water-cooled engine. Mated to a six-speed gearbox, the engine is capable of churning out the peak power of 46 BHP @ 9000 RPM and 38 Nm torque @ 7500 RPM. it weighs 192 kgs and boasts a 17-litre fuel tank. In a test runs, the motorcycle returns the fuel mileage of 41 km/l at a constant speed of 60km/hr. The seat height for the bike with 1410 mm of wheelbase and 130 mm of ground clearance, is 785 mm approachable for every height riders.