Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade

Rs. 17.61 - 21.71 Lakh *

Ex-showroom Price (New Delhi)

CBR1000RR Fireblade is possibly the most iconic motorcycle Honda has ever built. Continuing the legacy of the original CBR900RR, which started the era of fully-faired and lightweight Superbikes, the CBR1000RR is one of the best and possibly the most rider-friendly Superbikes on the planet. Powered by the exceptionally robust 999cc inline 4 engine producing 178.3 BHP and 114 NM of torque, the Fireblade can power down a track or an open road like a missile. The faultless build quality and the aerodynamic bodywork make the bike look fast even when it’s standing still. Upside-down forks at the front with dual disc brakes along with 120mm and 190mm front and rear tyres complete the entire package.

Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade

Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade Bike Key Features

  • Programmed Dual Sequential FI (PGM-DSFI) for unmatched user-friendly throttle response.

  • Electronically Combined ABS.

  • Die-cast aluminium frame, Showa BPFF and Balance free Rear Cushion for razer-sharp handling and stability.

Pros
  • PGM-DSFI and 178 BHP means the Fireblade is possibly the easiest Superbike to ride.
  • One of the cheapest Superbikes in the market.
  • Electronically Combines ABS is one of the safest braking systems in the world.
Cons
  • Technologically less advanced and has less features compared to the most competition.
  • Styling could do better with some changes.

Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade Variant Specifications

Powertrain
Displacement (cc)
Power (hp)
Torque (Nm)
Transmission
Gears
Cylinder
Valves
Fuel
Fuel tank capacity (litres)
Fuel efficiency (kmpl)
Fuel delivery system
Clutch
Front brake
Rear brake
Tyre size
Wheel type
Front suspension
Rear suspension
Specification
Length (mm)
Width (mm)
Height (mm)
Wheelbase (mm)
Ground clearance (mm)
Seat height (mm)
Kerb weight (kg)
Features
Speedometer
Fuel gauge
Tachometer
Tripmeter
Electric start
Shift light
Stand alarm
Stepped seat
Pillion seat
Pillion footrest
Clock
Pass light
Safety
CBS
ABS
Cornering ABS
Traction control
  • 999
    186.30
    114
    Manual
    6
    4
    4
    Petrol
    16
    N/A
    Fuel injection
    Wet Multiplate
    Disc
    Disc
    N/A
    Alloy
    Telescopic inverted fork
    Unit ProLink with gascharged HMAS damper
     
    2,065
    720
    1,125
    1,405
    129
    834
    195
     
    Yes
    Yes
    Digital
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    No
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
     
    N/A
    Yes
    N/A
    Yes
  • 999
    186.30
    114
    Manual
    6
    4
    4
    Petrol
    16
    N/A
    Fuel injection
    Wet Multiplate
    Disc
    Disc
    N/A
    Alloy
    Telescopic inverted fork
    Unit ProLink with gascharged HMAS damper 2,065
     
    2,065
    720
    1,125
    1,405
    129
    834
    195
     
    Yes
    Yes
    Digital
    Yes
    Yes
    No
    Yes
    No
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
    Yes
     
    N/A
    Yes
    N/A
    Yes

  • Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade Design and Build

    Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade

    CBR1000RR Fireblade is an iconic sportbike with the build quality good enough to last generations. It is sharp, compact and aerodynamic in a typical sportbike fashion meant to decimate kilometres on track and on the road. There’s a decent dose of edginess at the front while the middle and tail sections are equally sharp and compact. Everything is made to deliver high performance. While the design is overall familiar, there have been regular improvements over the years to keep it quite up to date. The instrument panel is fully digital as well giving all kinds of information to the rider that is expected in the sportbikes of today.

  • Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade Riding Ergonomics

    Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade

    Superbikes, by intent and design, have the most aggressive riding positions in the motorcycling world. The rider sits in a lean-forward manner without compromise holding low, two-piece, handlebar while the feet rest on rear-set foot-pegs that are higher and back than a normal sportbike. Yet, the Fireblade is known to offer surprisingly friendlier ergonomics as a Superbike with acceptable long distance comfort. Playing a vital role in this are the capable front and rear Showa suspension. Big Piston Front Forks and the Balance Free Rear Cushion pro-link shocker are exceptional in gulping the irregularities of the road while keeping the handling nimble and stable at all speeds.

  • Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade Engine

    Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade

    It might be low on power compared to the competition today, yet, it is one of the most likeable sportbike engines ever made. The 999cc inline 4 engine is compact and produces a healthy 178.3 BHP of power at 12,250 RPM and 114 NM of torque at 10,500 RPM. It’s not devoid of technology which comes in the form of nickel-silicon carbide coating on cylinder heads which reduces friction. Then there’s the PGM-DSFI (Programmed Dual Sequential Fuel Injection) system which ensures absolutely crisp and linear throttle response offering unmatched rider-friendliness.

  • Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade Transmission

    Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade

    Fireblade’s 6-speed gearbox along with the MotoGP-derived slipper clutch provides smooth gearshifts with proper feedback in both up and down actions. The slipper mechanism keeps the clutch pull light to assist city riding where the clutch is used most while also preventing the rear wheel from hopping or momentarily locking up under aggressive downshifting.

  • Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade Braking and Safety

    The importance of brakes can’t be downplayed and that’s even more so in the case of a Superbike. While the Fireblade might be technologically behind its rival on most aspects, braking is where it doesn’t quite compromise. The motorcycle features dual 320mm discs at front and a single 220mm disc at the rear along with 4-piston calliper and single-piston calliper respectively. Brakes are of sintered type that last long. Lastly, electronically Combined ABS is one of the best anti-lock systems that prevent wheel lockup while electronically (no wires) distributing braking force as per the requirements at both ends.

  • Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade Mileage

    The company claimed mileage is 18 kilometres per litre. This, combined with the 17.5 litres fuel tank is capable of delivering around 300 kms range on a full tank which isn’t bad for a Superbike.

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