Honda CB650R vs KTM Duke 690

Compare Specifications of CB650R and Duke 690

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Honda CB650R
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KTM Duke 690
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Technical Specifications
Fuel Petrol Petrol
Engine Displacement 648.72 cc 690.00 cc
Engine 4 Stroke, SI Engine Single-cylinder, 4-stroke, spark-ignition engine, liquid-cooled
Engine Starting Self --
Clutch Multiplate Wet Clutch --
Fuel System PGM-FI --
Maximum Power 85.8 hp @ 12000 rpm 69bhp @ 7,500rpm
Maximum Torque 57.5 Nm @ 8500 rpm 70.5 Nm @ 5,500rpm
Transmission 6 6-speed, claw shifted
Top Speed -- 185 kmph
Battery 12 V, 8.6 Ah --
Frame Twin-Tube Type --
Headlamp LED, DC --
Mileage
Standard Test Conditions -- 25 kmpl
Tyres
Front 120/70-17 M/C 58W --
Rear 180/55-17 M/C 73W --
Wheel / RIM Aluminum wheels --
Brakes
Front 310 mm Dual Disc Disc brake 320 mm, with single-piston brake caliper, floating
Rear 240 mm Disc Disc brake 240 mm, with single-piston brake caliper, floating
ABS Dual Channel ABS --
Suspension
Front Telescopic Suspension 135 mm, WP Suspension 4618 EM with Pro‑Lever linkage
Rear Monoshock 135 mm, WP Suspension 4618 EM with Pro‑Lever linkage
Colors Available
Colors Matt Gunpowder Black Metallic
Candy Chromosphere Red
Orange, White, black


Physical Specs
Length 2128 mm --
Width 784 mm --
Height 1076 mm --
Kerb Weight 206 --
Wheelbase 1449 mm 1466 mm
Ground Clearance 148 mm --
Fuel Tank Capacity 15.4 litres 13.8 litres
Overview
About -- "The essence of motorcycling," quotes KTM. Mating all demands together, a true all-rounder from Read More
Features - Enhanced Cockpit Control
- Radial-Mount Calipers
- New Showa SFF-BPUSD Forks
- Four-Cylinder Engine
- Addictive Engineering
- Dual Air Intake Duct
- Emergency Stop Signal
- Chassis Balance
- Exhaust Design
- Torque Control
- Easy 35 kW Conversion
Dynamic cornering fun
Low fuel consumption
Polished rid dynamics
Refined single cylinder
Additional Details Seat Length : 635 mm --
Pros and Cons
Pros -- Powerful engine
Smooth to ride
An all-rounder
Economical to carry on
Cons -- A bit knotty

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