honda cbr400r india specifications

The Honda CBR400R may be the ‘bigger’ Honda that would be coming to India soon. Expected late this year, the CBR400R made its debut just couple of months back. While we already knew the CBR500R’s specifications the much newer CBR400R specifications were not out during its Osaka launch. Now however the CBR400R specifications have been announced and surprisingly the drop in power is as marginal as just about 2 HP. It now stands at 45.35HP at 9500 RPM. The torque figures expectedly has dropped from 43 Nm to 37 Nm at 7500 RPM. A typical lazy ‘recent times’ Honda with a very strong mid range, focusing on a good strong blend between economy and power.

Visually the CBR400R is similar to the CBR500R and design wise has more of a relaxed riding position making it a comfortable ride. As with the 500cc trio, the 400cc also comes in a trio namely the CBR400R, the CB400F and the 400X. All three are rumoured to make its India entry later this year with an expected price around 3.5L. Check out the CBR400R specifications below.

Honda CBR400R technical specifications

  • Model: Honda CBR400R
  • Total length (mm): 2,075
  • Overall width (mm): 740
  • Height (mm): 1,145
  • Wheelbase (mm): 1,410
  • Ground clearance (mm): 140
  • Seat height (mm): 785
  • Weight (kg): 192
  • Fuel consumption rate (km / L): 39.7 (at 60km / h)
  • Minimum turning radius (m): 2.7
  • Engine Type: Two-cylinder water-cooled 4-stroke DOHC 4 valve series
  • Total displacement (cc ): 399
  • Inner diameter × stroke (mm): 67.0 × 56.6
  • Compression ratio: 11.0
  • Maximum output (kW [PS] / rpm): 34 [46] / 9,500
  • Maximum torque (Nm / rpm) 37 / 7,500
  • Fuel supply – PGM-FI
  • Fuel tank capacity (L): 15
  • Transmission: 6-speed
  • Tire (front): 120/70ZR17M/C (58W)
  • Tire (rear): 160/60ZR17M/C (69W)
  • Brake type (front): Petal Disc
  • Brake (rear): Disc
  • Suspension (front): Telescopic
  • Suspension (rear): Swing arm (Pro-Link)
  • Chassis: Diamond



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