Used Honda Cbr1000RR Motorcycles For Sale
Honda’s CBR1000RR motorcycle is impressive both visually and in terms of performance. First introduced in 2004 as the 7th generation of the CBR series, the superbike is powered by a 998cc liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder engine and can reach impressive speeds. Known as the 'Fireblade' in some countries, the CBR1000RR iconically comes in a vivid red, but other colours are available too of course. Browse used CBR1000R motorcycles below.
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Cash Price £10,000.00 Deposit £1,000.00 Total Amount of Credit £9,000.00. 59 Payments of £209.89, with a Final Payment of £210.89, which includes an Optional Option to Purchase Fee of £1.00. Duration of Agreement is 60 Months. Total Amount Payable is £12,594.40. Total Cost of Credit £3,594.40. Annual Fixed Interest Rate of 5.19%. Representative APR 9.90%.
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How Much is a Honda CBR1000RR?
As the super-powered star of the CBR range, the Honda CBR1000RR doesn’t come cheap. A new model will set you back a minimum of £19,999, or £23,499 for the SP model. You could save money by choosing a used model instead, with prices sometimes as low as £3,899.
What’s the Honda CBR1000RR’s Max Speed?
This is a motorcycle that’s made for racing. The CBR1000R Fireblade 2020 model has an impressive top speed of 200mph, while older models max out at 180mph.
What’s the Honda CBR1000RR’s Engine Size?
The CBR1000RR is powered by a 999cc inline-four engine with a max power of 13,000rpm. Newer models have slightly better specs, with the 2020 having a max power of 14,500rpm.
What’s the Honda CBR’s Fuel Economy Like?
The entire CBR range is designed for speed and performance, rather than fuel efficiency. The CBR1000R can achieve a maximum of around 46mpg.
What’s the Honda CBR’s Average Service Cost?
There is an option to sign up to Honda’s fixed price servicing plan for used motorcycles, which will cost you £200 upwards for each service. Alternatively, independent garages can be more affordable for one-off services.