2024 Honda CBR650R and CB650R Review – Specs

We are thrilled to introduce the innovative Honda E-Clutch, which was just released last month. This groundbreaking automatic clutch takes your riding experience to a whole new level. Unlike conventional centrifugal clutches, the E-Clutch utilizes advanced electronic control to disengage the transmission when you come to a stop. It also allows for smooth and effortless clutchless shifting, similar to quickshifter-style gear changes.

It’s important to note that the E-Clutch is distinct from a DCT (dual-clutch transmission) in several ways. Firstly, you retain full control over shifting manually, providing an exhilarating and engaging ride. Secondly, unlike the DCT, there is only one clutch within the E-Clutch system, ensuring a simplified and efficient design.

We are proud to announce that the 2024 Honda CBR650R and CB650R, available in Europe, will be the first motorcycles to feature this incredible technology. This unexpected integration allows riders to experience the benefits of the E-Clutch firsthand, elevating their riding experience to new heights.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to witness the power of the Honda E-Clutch in action. Upgrade your ride today and enjoy the unparalleled performance and control it provides.

Honda is actively promoting the new E-Clutch as much more than just a convenient feature. They want you to know that this innovation brings with it a myriad of benefits. According to Honda, the E-Clutch not only allows you to stop and accelerate without worrying about the clutch lever, but it also boasts a remarkably smooth experience. In fact, Honda claims that the shifting with the E-Clutch is even faster and more efficient than with a traditional manual clutch. By partially disengaging the clutch during clutchless shifts, the E-Clutch efficiently interrupts fueling and ignition, resulting in what Honda describes as “ultra-fast” shifts.

The E-Clutch on the CBR650R and CB650R offers you the option to use the clutch lever as you normally would or go full manual by disabling the system entirely. Additionally, the action of the E-Clutch can be adjusted to suit your preferences. Say goodbye to the aging LCD dash because both bikes now come with a new and improved five-inch TFT screen. As a bonus, this screen can be connected to your smartphone using the Honda RoadSync app and Bluetooth technology.

The 2024 Honda CB650R has been given a fresh new look with updated Neo Sports Café styling. From front to back, you’ll notice sleek changes that exude a more aggressive feel. The LED headlight has been expertly slanted rearward, adding an extra touch of boldness. The radiator shrouds have been redesigned, and the tail section now features sharper angles. Additionally, a brand new taillight enhances the overall aesthetic.

In terms of the 2024 Honda CBR650R, there have been significant modifications as well. Dual LED headlights have been reworked to perfectly complement the completely revamped front full fairing. Furthermore, the tail section has been revised for an even more refined appearance.

Unfortunately, we currently don’t have any information on the prices of these thrilling motorcycles, nor can we confirm whether they will be available in the United States. However, we sincerely hope that American Honda will bring these groundbreaking E-Clutch sport motorcycles to our shores. They are sure to make an impression and capture the hearts of enthusiasts.

2024 Honda CB650R/CBR650R Specs

MSRP: TBA
Engine: DOHC, liquid-cooled, four-stroke inline-four; 4 valves/cyl.
Displacement: 649cc
Bore x Stroke: 67.0 x 46.0mm
Compression Ratio: 11.6:1
Transmission/Final Drive: 6-speed/chain
Claimed Horsepower: 94.0 hp @ 12,000 rpm
Claimed Torque: 46.5 lb.-ft. @ 9,500 rpm
Fuel System: PGM-FI electronic fuel injection
Clutch: Wet, multiplate; cable actuation; optional E-Clutch
Engine Management/Ignition: Full transistorized
Frame: Twin-spar, steel diamond
Front Suspension: 41mm inverted Showa SFF-BP fork
Rear Suspension: Showa shock, preload adjustable
Front Brake: Dual radial-mounted 4-piston Tokico hydraulic calipers, floating 310mm discs w/ ABS
Rear Brake: 1-piston caliper, 240mm disc w/ ABS
Wheels, Front/Rear: Cast aluminum; 17 in./17 in.
Tires, Front/Rear: 120/70-17 / 180/55-17
Rake/Trail: 25.5°/3.9 in.
Wheelbase: 57.1 in.
Ground Clearance: 5.9 in. / 5.1 in. (CBR650R)
Seat Height: 31.9 in.
Fuel Capacity: 4.1 gal.
Claimed Wet Weight: 452 lb.; 456 lb. E-Clutch / 461 lb.; 465 lb. E-Clutch (CBR650R)
Contact: powersports.honda.com
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