2017 Honda CBR500R: Specs Meets the New EURO4 Emissions Regulations

Feb 05, 2017 04:00 AM EST | Hem Cervantes

The Honda CBR500R comprehensive updates for 2017, which has a forceful new look, and equipped with modifications that included LED lighting, bigger fuel tank, movable front forks. In addition to delightful specs, it has an upgraded mass-unified exhaust.

The 2017 Honda CBR500R is considered and intensive advancement that elevates the machine further to offer the most extreme sporty style, excellent performance, and presence from a genuine A2 licence-compliant motorcycle. The CBR500R utilizes a wave ignition key for smoother work. The inline-twin 471cc engine offers accessible power that easily revs up to redline while stressing low-to-midrange torque for true ease of use. Honda Genuine Accessories are likewise accessible for the new motorcycle, including a high windscreen, tank pad, seat cowl, 12v accessory socket and seat bag.

Other updates include new muffler design for enhanced mass centralization, lighter weight and an enhanced exhaust note, adjustable front brake lever, smoother gear change feel, a bigger fuel tank with a pivoted fuel top and front suspension with flexible preload. The new "wave" key additionally has a smoother and more premium benefit in used. Both rider and passenger footpeg holders have been lessened in size, with die-cast aluminum footpegs and integrated grab rails for the passenger adding further touches of class and quality.

The rear seat unit is completed with a clear-lensed rear LED light unit and effectively removable steel fender mount. The extensive dash features an advanced speedometer, digital bar graph tachometer, odometer, dual trek meters and clock.

In addition, it also offers a digital fuel level gauge and fuel utilization. It also features Honda Intelligent Security System (HISS), which is a built into the ignition. The HISS highlight is not accessible on the USA model. There is space under the seat to store a U-bolt. For 2017, the Honda CBR500R remains the same, aside from it now meets the stringent new EURO4 emissions regulations.

 

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