Honda CBR motorcycle Price List in Philippines December 2016
Latest News about Honda CBR
Honda unveils the 2017 CBR250RR entry-level sports bike. It will come with 3 driving modes, and is powered by a 250cc 8-valve, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin DOHC engine. Read more
Latest Reviews for Honda CBR
DESIGN was so nice and sporty motorcycle it was the great motor and best of all. ENGINE PERFORMANCE of course the makina was in a very good conditions and all the parts is functioning will. ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by Tyron Pascua
- Date : Oct 20, 2016
It was a sporty motorcycle and I like it the most it was like a big bike. The engine performance was so good and all the spares of this motor is original and surely put it in a proper places so great. ...Read more
- Rating : 4.8
- Review by Willie Bartolome
- Date : Sep 27, 2016
Got a used black 2013 model from Honda Dream. [Design] A fairly composed design except for the two headlights, they are cool. While I know that blue LCD color is customary for Honda vehicles, the ...Read more
- Rating : 3.8
- Review by Japanese user
- Date : Jul 20, 2015
Latest Topics for Honda CBR
ask lang po sana newbie lang po nagbblak po kasi ako kumuha ng bike meron din ba mga hulugan na big bike yamaha r1 or cbr 1000 magkano po ang down then magkano po ang monthly salamat po
- Last updated : Dec 2, 2016
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About Honda CBR
Honda CBR comes offering a stupendous lineup of motorcycles
Honda CBR is a lineup of sports oriented motorcycles featuring inline-4 engines and superb sense of styling. The main attraction of these bikes is their pocket friendly price despite of features that best fit into the description of "Super bikes". There are many motorcycles in the lineup that have won many awards hosted in a global scale, not due to the brand name but because of its outstanding performance. With increasing number of people in Philippines opting out of their old rides, the CBR lineup offers a refreshing collection of models that has something for everyone.
History of Honda CBR
The CBR series has its roots etched to the time when it released as CBR125 in 2004. Taking place of Honda NSR125, this 125 cc bike with single cylinder, four-stoke liquid cooled technology earned the newfound affection of people throughout the Philippines. In the later years, Honda’s aggression only got more intensive as they made one good release after another. The CBR 125R received various modifications that increased its visual aesthetics as well as performance rating. The engine then featured black front-forks, new front-fairings and fresh new colours to the swing arm. To comply with EURO-3 regulations, Honda also introduced HEC3 oxygen sensor.
Features of Honda CBR
Honda CBR series has an impressive lineup of releases and modifications dating back to the year 1986, when the first model saw its release. However, the models that require discussion are the last four versions that are currently ruling the market in the Philippines.
2011: This is a year that is considered a landmark in the biking scenario because it was the first time when Honda brought its much acclaimed "Repsol" graphics to its commercial model. Considered to be the best starting bike for future motorists and racing enthusiasts the HONDA CBR 125R made waves across the motor world. It has a four-stroke liquid cooled engine with 2 valves per cylinder, 6 speed manual transmission and capability to go up to 14 horsepower. It also featured a 13 liter tank.
2012: This year, Honda CBR250 ABS saw its release and was marked with huge anticipation and overwhelmingly positive user response. This motorcycle withstood the test of time thanks to its features that best reflect the needs of racers worldwide. It has anti-locking brakes (ABS) that provides faster response and shorter stopping distances. Engine is same as before but paired with a 6 speed manual, this time around.
2013: Honda's final bout in rise to fame arrived with the release of Honda CBR 600R in Philippines. It has 471 cc twin engines, 6-speed manual transmission; diamond shaped steel frame and 4.1 gallons of fuel capacity. It arrived in Jet Black colour that further lends it a muscular look.
Popularity in the Philippines
Honda's popularity in the Filipino market outshines those of its competitors as the brand name itself carries a lot of weight in this part of the world. Mostly because of the company's tireless efforts in serving their customers, they have gained critical acclaim as well as revenues that are well worth boasting. The Honda CBR series, despite being a relatively new entry in the world of motorcycles, has earned affection of riders who look for stylish, superior performing bikes at an affordable price tag. No doubt that Honda has many great years lined up ahead.