Starts at: 11,999 $
Review 2022
Honda CBR 600RR USA

2022 Honda CBR 600RR

2022 Honda CBR 600RR Price in the USA:

Base 11,999 $
ABS 12,999 $

The Honda CBR 600RR is the top-of-the-line middleweight sportbike by the CBR series of Honda. It is a 599cc sports bike launched in 2003 and became a successor to CBR 600F4i. It won the Supersport world championship in 2003, 2008, 2010, and 2014. The 2021 Honda CBR 600RR was launched in August, and it was a limited edition 2BL-PC40 variant for Japan and Oceania with a TFT electronic display and 1400 RPM redline. There has not been a drastic redesigning in Honda CBR 600RR for the last ten years, and the same is the case with the present Honda CBR 600RR. There have not been any significant updates in the new model of Honda CBR 600RR, but the price has been increased for all the variants. It comes with the MotoGP style body design and aerodynamics similar to the previous model. The MotoGP bodywork of this bike reflects Honda’s true technical powers used in it as it is light in weight, ideally balanced, and has a 4-cylinder engine. Whether you are riding it on track or over twisty roads, it gives exceptional performance. It comes with an electronic combined ABS, and the ABS combined with CBS provides prevention of wheel lock so you can have a safe ride. It offers an alarm system, U-Lock, heel guard, heated grips, seat cowl, and high windscreen. It gives you light and crisp handling, which seems attractive to all the customers looking for a sports bike. The Honda CBR 600RR is available in Pakistan also, and like other countries, people here also have an immense love for this sports bike. The price of Honda CBR 600RR 2022 is kept high here because of its exceptional features and performance and import duties.

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Performance & Ride:

The Honda CBR 600RR gets its power from a 4-cylinder 599cc liquid-cooled engine that generates 113 hp of power at 13500 RPM and torque of 48.7 lb-ft at 11,250 RPM. The front suspension in Honda CBR 600RR provides an improved level of handling, and the Pro-Link rear suspension has shocks that operate independently and deliver stabilizing behaviour with turning ability. The rigid and lightweight swing arm in the rear suspension makes it a race-winning bike and gives superior riding control. The engine in Honda CBR 600RR is made smaller by 27.5 millimeters and is the smallest among all 600cc engines of the same class, and the short engine length help in a drastic reduction in wheelbase. It contributes to reducing the bike’s overall weight, and a lighter sports bike works well than a heavier one. The exhaust system has an exhaust valve to maintain exhaust pressure to ensure maximum performance is delivered, and as a result, the engine performs not only strongly but also linearly. The direct air induction system is developed especially for race bikes and provides a natural flow of cooler air for producing more power. The knock sensors in Honda CBR 600RR maintain optimum spark throughout the whole RPM while noting combustion performance for detonation and automatically retards it to eliminate the issue. The 6-speed revised transmission reduces the amount of gear lash during throttle changes and brings positive engagement for smooth performance. The braking system is efficient, and the rear brakes work independently without operating the front brakes to stabilize the bike when necessary. The ABS detects the pressure of the brakes when applied and prevents wheel locking by activating automatically. The stroke simulator is positioned inside the valve unit, and it delivers a natural lever that is not different from a conventional brake system. The ABS, sensors, and other components are concentrated in the bike’s center of gravity to keep its weight minimum.

Exterior Design & Build Quality:

The design of the Honda CBR 600RR is attractive to every eye. It comes with radial-mounted black-coloured front-brake callipers, and each calliper has 4-chromium-plated aluminium pistons. The fuel tank is positioned near the center of the chassis and helps to centralize the bike’s mass. The steering dampers detect the bike’s speed and adjust damping to maintain low-speed manoeuvrability. The 17-inches front and rear tires provide a firm road grip, and the 32.3-inches seat height is designed ergonomically so the rider can go on a challenging ride comfortably. It is available in all black and red, white and blue colors. The bike’s weight is reduced by 16 pounds, and the engine’s overall weight is reduced by 3.7-pounds, resulting in smoother handling and responsive performance. The bike’s build quality is exceptional, and it does not show any fault, even after excessive use. However, the cost of its maintenance is high when you get an issue to be repaired because the spare parts are expensive.

Mileage & Top Speed:

The Honda CBR 600RR gets a combined mileage of around 15 kilometers per liter to 17 kilometers per liter with a fuel tank capacity of 18 liters. It can accelerate 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in 3 seconds and has a top speed of 251 kilometers per hour.

Major Competitors:

  • Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R
  • Suzuki GSX-R600
  • Yamaha YZF R7
  • Ducati Supersport 950/S
  • Triumph Daytona Moto2 765
  • Aprilia RS 660
  • MV Agusta F3 800

  • Engine Type

    599cc Liquid-Cooled Inline Four-Cylinder

  • Bore And Stroke

    67mm x 42.5mm

  • Induction

    Dual Stage Fuel Injection (DSFI) with 40mm throttle bodies, Denso 12-hole injectors

  • Ignition

    Computer-controlled digital transistorized with 3-D mapping

  • Compression Ratio


  • Valve Train

    DOHC; four valves per cylinder

  • Transmission

    Close-ratio six-speed

  • Final Drive

    #525 O-ring chain; 16T/42T

  • Front Suspension

    41mm inverted Big Piston Fork with spring preload, rebound and compression damping adjustability; 4.3 inches travel

  • Rear Suspension

    Unit Pro-Link® HMAS™ single shock with spring preload, rebound and compression damping adjustability; 5.1 inches travel

  • Front Brake

    Dual radial-mounted four-piston calipers with full-floating 310mm discs; Honda Combined ABS

  • Rear Brake

    Single-caliper 220mm disc; Honda Combined ABS

  • Front Tire

    120/70ZR-17 radial

  • Rear Tire

    180/55ZR-17 radial

  • Rake (Caster Angle)


  • Trail

    3.9 inches

  • Wheelbase

    53.9 inches

  • Seat Height

    32.3 inches

  • Curb Weight

    434 pounds (Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and a full tank of fuel—ready to ride)

  • Fuel Capacity

    4.8 gallons

  • Miles Per Gallon

    44 MPG – Honda’s fuel economy estimates are based on EPA exhaust emission measurement test procedures and are intended for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you ride, how you maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tire pressure, installation of accessories, cargo, rider and passenger weight, and other factors.

  • Model ID


  • Emissions

    Meets current EPA standards. California version meets current CARB standards and may differ slightly due to emissions equipment.

  • Available Colors

    Grand Prix Red Tricolor

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