Finally, the super sports from Honda, the CBR600R, had made its much-awaited debut in Malaysia.

The prototype was out in August 2020. In Japan, we have seen the race-ready version built by HRC in a limited count. 

The look and design of the model imitate its elder sibling, the new CBR1000RR-R. 


2021 Honda CBR600RR

The aggressive look of the new supersport 2021 Honda CBR600RR constitutes dual LED headlights. The side profile has full fairing with embedded winglets.

With a lean riding position, the bike is considered highly aerodynamic. The model comes available with a full-fledged TFT display for riding information, two customizable riding models, and three presets. 

The new CBR600R has a 599 cc liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder engine to get an insight into the basic specifications. 

The engine produces a power of 119.35 bhp at 14000 rpm and a maximum torque of 63 Nm at11500 rpm. 

The rider will have a fantastic ride with 41 mm fully adjustable USD Showa front suspension and Showa Pro-Link rear suspension. 

The braking system comes equipped with dual-channel. ABS with a 310 mm double disc at the front and a 220 mm single disc at the rear. 

The bike has specific safety features like an emergency stop signal. Slipper clutch, wheelie control, torque control, Honda electronic steering damper, and a traction control system. 

The bike comes available only in one colour option. Grand Prix Red with a price tag of RM 98,888 (ex-showroom), which, if converted, is equal to Rs 17.82 lakh. 

After entering the Indian market, the model will compete with the Aprilia RS660, Yamaha YZF R6, and the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R. 

The date or year of the new 2021 Honda CBR600R in the Indian market is not known and will not be expected as of now.

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