Honda has revealed its 2021 CB1000R. Along with multiple changes, the litre-class naked motorcycle also gets a new variant called the Black Edition. Honda's CB1000R features multiple cosmetic changes, and this time it also has a special Black Edition variant. As the name suggests, Black Edition features multiple blackened elements. Along with the Deep Graphite Black paint scheme, this edition has the headlight bezel, windshield, fork brackets and radiator covers finished in black. Honda CB1000R in Nepal will be launched by late next year.
The changes include adjustments to the headlight, where it retains its overall design but is angled more aggressively than the flat-looking unit on the outgoing model. Also, the Honda brand that divided the LED circle now looks smaller. Honda has also opted for a new alloy wheel design. The company has also redesigned the shape of the panels around the radiator and fuel tank. It has cutting-edge Neo-Sports Café styling, and a high-revving 998cc four-cylinder engine that’s specially tuned for midrange and top-end power. All in all, the CB1000R is light, powerful, responsive and an absolute blast to ride.
Both the CB1000R and CB1000R Black Edition feature the Honda Smartphone Voice Control system, connected to a new 5.0-inch full-color TFT display. The engine and gearbox remain the same, as are the power figures, but Honda has said it now "offers smoother delivery and response from revised fuel injection settings." The Honda CB1000R is one of the great bikes sold by Honda's BigWing chain at a price of Rs around more than 20 lakhs in Nepal. Honda has plans to expand its large bike portfolio in Nepal and the updated CB1000R will likely be one of the motorcycles to make it this far. Fore more information about auto news in Nepal, stay tune with us.