Honda has announced the latest addition to its range of compact bikes, the Honda CBR600RR, a motorcycle which looks like a compact sportbike.
Honda says the bike is the first to feature the new Honda-developed rear suspension and seat post design which the company says will give riders more stability.
The bike also includes a redesigned fuel tank and new rear suspension.
Honda claims that this will increase the bike’s range by 15% over the previous generation and the motorcycle can go up to 110km/h.
This bike will be available for $2,199.99.
The CBR700RR is a compact, two-seater sportbike which looks very much like a sportbike, it also has a new fuel tank which will be used for a longer-distance range.
Honda also says this will reduce weight by up to 10kg.
The CBR300R is a bike that will be priced from $2.9 million and will include a rear suspension which is a huge upgrade over the current bike.
The latest CBR bikes will be made in China, but the bikes will have some of the same features as the CBR400RR and CBR500RR which are made in Japan.
These include a new rear shock that Honda says will reduce ride-height by up 12mm, a more compact fuel tank, a new seat post which is wider and stronger, and a new brake caliper which is now flush with the fork tube.
Honda said the caliper can be adjusted up to 60mm to help increase braking distance.
The new rear wheel is also larger and has a wider diameter, giving it a better ride quality and handling.