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Al-Futtaim Honda launches new CBR1000RR


Al-Futtaim Honda launches new CBR1000RR

September 26, 2017

Al-Futtaim Honda, exclusive distributor of Honda cars, bikes, marine engines and power products in the UAE, has launched the CBR1000RR in the region.

First introduced in 1992, Honda’s largest CBR has continuously reset expectations of what an open-class sport bike should be, with a holistic “Total Control” design approach that focuses on cornering, acceleration and braking.

That practice is taken to the next level with the 25th anniversary CBR1000RR SP, which is also fully loaded with a cutting-edge electronics package. The result is a machine that is underpinned by the “Next Stage Total Control” concept, with nimble handling and amazing acceleration.

“Since their debut, the CBR bikes have been designed to perform in the real world, the way real customers use them,” said Yolanda Delport, General Manager – Marketing at Al-Futtaim Honda.

“We’re pleased to launch the 2017 CBR1000RR SP, which follows in that same tradition by providing a superbly balanced package with Honda’s best power-to-weight ratio ever. It works incredibly well on track and, even more importantly, is both exhilarating and uniquely rewarding to ride out on the open road,” she added.

The CBR1000RR SP has received a vast array of improvements, including some that come straight from the RC213V-S. Electronics play a big role, including semi-active Öhlins Electronic Control suspension (S-EC), plus a number of rider aids built around the five-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU).

Power and torque have been increased through a higher compression ratio and revised cam timing, while ample use of magnesium (engine covers) and titanium (muffler and—for the first time on a mass-production road bike—fuel tank) have reduced weight and improved mass centralisation. The twin-spar aluminum frame’s rigidity balance has been finely adjusted, and the swingarm is stiffer. Brembo monobloc four-piston front brake calipers use high-performance track-ready brake pads, while a narrower radiator and new bodywork achieve a slimmer profile.

The CBR1000RR is available for AED 67,900 and the CBR1000RR SP for AED 77,900 across all Al-Futtaim Honda showrooms in the UAE.

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