Honda presents its flagship naked: CB650R, which takes the place of the iconic Hornet. Japanese technology, safety and reliability.

Honda CB650R test review features

Honda CB650R – Price, impressions, technical data.

Honda presents the heir to the Hornet: essential style, performance and respectable consumption. Price appropriate to the sector.


Performance is good, it tackles fast roads well even if it doesn't digest bumpy asphalts well. Good for medium distance travel. In town it handles well and Honda did a great job in the department safety, where we find standard ABS, traction control the most useful emergency brake warning system, which activates all the direction indicators simultaneously in the event of heavy braking. The anti-hopping clutch is valuable.

Price from Euro fc displacement
8.290 649,3 cc.


Category Naked
Patent A
Saddle height   810 mm
Dry weight 205 kg
Curb weight 202 kg
Tank 15,4 l
Power 95 HP (70 kW)-12.000 rpm
Torque 7 kgm - 64 nm - 8.500 rpm
Cylinders 4
Marce 6
Suspensions Inverted fork, 41mm stanchions, Showa SFF-BP front Aluminum swingarm, adjustable rear shock absorber.
Brakes Double disc front - Post disk.
Wheel 17″ front – 17″ post.
Tyres 120/70 ZR17 M/C front - 180/55 ZR17 M/C rear