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2013 Honda Cbr 500r on 2040-motos

$5,999
YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:0
Location:

Oakland, Florida

Oakland, FL
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2013 Honda CBR 500R, MSRP $5,999 call us for the best price!! We offer financing and we want your trade 1-866-478-7450 2013 Honda CBR500R The Next Step Up With the introduction of the all-new CBR500R, Honda boldly redefines the middleweight class and infuses a whole new level of excitement for sport riders in search of superior value, along with great fun. The CBR500R delivers plenty of performance to sport riders, with its thoroughly modern, torquey 471cc P-twin DOHC engine wrapped in a great-handling chassis and featuring a full fairing spawned from Honda s much-acclaimed CBR600RR and CBR1000RR sportbikes. The CBR500R features a full bodywork cowl and a 31-inch seat height. It s an excellent choice for riders ready to move up a displacement class, or for any rider who s looking for a light, sporting, do-it-all street machine. Leading the Way Through Innovation The CBR500R features a brand-new engine and chassis. Like the machines that made Honda famous throughout the U.S., its two-cylinder parallel-twin layout provides a wide powerband and plenty of torque, while a counterbalance keeps things running smooth. Special touches like the CBR500R sport seating position, lower handlebars and minimal bodywork make it a great choice for someone who likes the lithe, athletic touches of a sportbike but wants something more versatile than a race replica. DOHC Parallel-Twin-Cylinder Engine Honda twins are famous for their versatility, and the new CBR500R engine is one of our best ever. Using the same piston bore size as our CBR600RR 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 for a crisp throttle response throughout a wide variety of riding. Supersport Styling This aerodynamic bodywork also provides significant advantages in air management for added rider comfort, along with a low drag coefficient and effective cooling. 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.
*SRP $5,999. Does not include $310 in destination charges.

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