2016 Honda CBR500R
Street Motorcycle for sale by Mungenast Motorsports in St. Louis, Missouri 63123
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New 2016 Honda CBR500R $6,499
The CBR® 500R is the sporty member of that family, with bodywork inspired by our CBR® 600RR and CBR® 1000RR Supersports. Plus, for 2016, it’s full of improvements, keeping it even further out front. A new muffler both improves mass centralization and sounds even cooler. You get improved gear-shift feel, along with a new adjustable brake lever, and a hinged fuel cap for added convenience. And then there’s that spectacular twin-cylinder engine: displacing 471cc, it delivers smooth power from idle to redline. Twins offer notoriously broad powerbands, and the CBR® 500R is no exception.
Chassis? Tuned especially for sport riding, the steel-tube frame and Honda Pro-Link® rear suspension let you carve corners with confidence, now featuring adjustable fork preload and new shock settings. And the available anti-lock brakes feature a new adjustable brake lever this year.
A perfect choice for new riders, returning riders, or anyone who appreciates a great do-it-all streetbike, the CBR® 500R is also an affordable choice. Best of all, it’s a bike you won’t outgrow for a long, long time—if ever.Features May Include:DOHC Twin-Cylinder Engine
Honda twins are famous for their versatility, and the CBR® 500R engine is one of our best ever. Using the same piston bore size as our CBR® 600RR sportbike, the parallel-twin engine offers accessible performance across all RPM ranges.Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI)
Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) continuously monitors several variables to ensure the correct fuel mixture is delivered for the existing riding and atmospheric conditions, ensuring a crisp throttle response throughout a wide variety of riding.Pro-Link® Rear Suspension
For 2016 the CBR® 500R gets new shock settings for improved ride comfort. Its sophisticated chassis uses Honda’s Pro-Link® rear suspension; the nine-stage preload and 4.7 inches of travel gives you a comfortable ride over small bumps, while capably absorbing bigger bumps to increase riding comfort and handling.LED Headlights
The CBR® 500R gets new dual headlights for 2016. The LED lights are small but bright, with a stylish new shape. It completely changes the CBR® 500R’s presence and gives the front end a unique look while also projecting plenty of light on the road for visibility.Digital Instrumentation
A full LCD screen features a digital speedometer and tachometer and more, including a clock, odometer, trip meter, real-time and average fuel consumption meters, and illuminated engine diagnostic indicators.Disc Brakes
The front 320mm wave-style disc brake and 240mm rear provide strong stopping power. And new for 2016, the front-brake lever is now adjustable for a perfect fit.Step Seat
The CBR® 500R offers a stepped two-piece seat with a low height. Perfect for around-town riding or winding roads, it also offers plenty of room for a passenger and is specially designed to fit a wide range of riders.Passenger Seat Strap
A handy rear passenger seat strap offers a firm handhold for your passenger or tie-down point for smaller items.Supersport Styling
Take a close look. Like what you see? The CBR® 500R offers all-new styling for 2016 that keeps it right at the front of the pack in terms of eye-appeal. The aerodynamic bodywork also provides significant advantages in air management for added rider comfort, along with a low drag coefficient and effective cooling.
2016 Honda CBR500R Specifications
Trim Body Style
Custom Exterior ColorN/A
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