The 4 stroke bike has a liquid cooled engine (reduces overheating) while the clutch is designed via a multi wet plate (mechanical operation). Hydraulic discs in front and rear brakes make for an excellent braking system, well-matched for Indian roads. The Japanese giant, Honda provides the power bike at a decent weight of around 142 kgs (dry weight). 6-speed transmission has power written all over it. The speedometer is something to die for. Another unique feature is its fuel filter which is outside the tank and reduces maintenance costs.
With so many features, people feel that the mileage may be compromised, but that is not the case as you can expect a decent mileage of around 25 to 30 kmpl with some variance. With its sharp rear look and sporty firing which manages a maximum torque of 22.9 Nm @ 7000 rpm, power biking enthusiasts in India would be delighted with its launch this year.