Honda | 2017 Sportbike Buyer's Guide

Prices, images, details and specifications for all the 2017 Honda sport bike models

Honda CBR1000RR SP/SP2 - $N/A
Engine: L-C 16V 998 inline-four | Seat Height: 32.3 in. | Curb Weight: 430 lb.
Wheelbase: 55.2 in. | Rake: 23.3° | Trail: 96mm | Fuel Capacity: 4.2 gal.
2017 Honda CBR1000RR SP

2017 Honda CBR1000RR SP

The 2017 CBR1000RR SP and CBR1000RR SP2 boast a long list of revisions over the old CBR, all of which are intended to bring Big Red back into the superbike racing limelight. In fact, the SP2 is a racing homologation version that sports some upgrades over the SP model, and only 500 units will be built over two years for worldwide distribution. 2017 CBR1000RR SP and SP2 first look | More images | Tech: Inside the CBR1000RR SP and SP2Courtesy of Honda
Honda CBR1000RR - $N/A
Engine: L-C 16V 998 inline-four | Seat Height: 32.3 in. | Curb Weight: NA lb.
Wheelbase: 55.2 in. | Rake: 23.3° | Trail: 96mm | Fuel Capacity: 4.2 gal.
2017 Honda CBR1000RR
The base-model CBR1000RR shares many of the features of the SP, including revised valve lift and cam timing, magnesium engine covers, the titanium muffler and the new ride-by-wire and IMU-based electronics package. The titanium fuel tank of the SP is also carried over to the standard model, as are all the updates to frame rigidity. 2017 CBR1000RR first lookCourtesy of Honda
Honda CBR600RR/ABS - $11,799/$12,799
Engine: L-C 16V 599 inline-four | Seat Height: 32.3 in. | Curb Weight: 410 lb.
Wheelbase: 53.9 in. | Rake: 23.5° | Trail: 98mm | Fuel Capacity: 4.8 gal.
2017 Honda CBR600RR
American Honda is pleased to bring back the CBR600RR, which American PJ Jacobsen took to four podium finishes during the 2016 World Supersport Championship. Powerful, compact and responsive, the CBR600RR is offered in a new Red/Black color scheme for 2017. It’s available in standard and ABS versions. 2013 CBR600RR First LookCourtesy of Honda
Honda CB1100 EX - $TBD
Engine: A-C 16V 1140 inline-four | Seat Height: 31.1 in. | Curb Weight: 562 lb.
Wheelbase: 58.7 in. | Rake: 27° | Trail: 114mm | Fuel Capacity: 4.4 gal.
2017 Honda CB1100 EX
Honda's retro-styled CB1100 EX has been announced as part of the company's lineup for 2017, with updated styling and performance. Most visible among the changes are the new 18-inch wire-spoke wheels, but styling has also been updated with LED lighting and a new seamless-design fuel tank. The 1140cc air-cooled engine now has revised, shorter inlet tracts and a new air cleaner, and the exhaust system is shorter, smaller and lighter than the previous design for improved low-rpm and midrange performance. 2017 CB1100 EX first lookCourtesy of Honda
Honda NC700X/DCT ABS - $7699/$8299
Engine: L-C 8V 670 inline-twin | Seat Height: 32.7 in. | Curb Weight: 474/500 lb.
Wheelbase: 60.6 in. | Rake: 27.0° | Trail: 110mm | Fuel Capacity: 3.7 gal.
2017 Honda NC700X
With a liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine, integrated storage compartment and available ABS and automatic DCT gearbox, the revolutionary NC700X is an awesome commuter and an incredible explorer. Last model year, the NC700X got a larger windscreen, updated bodywork, a new front brake and a different muffler, and now it’s back in a striking new Candy Red color. 2016 NC700X First LookCourtesy of Honda
Honda CBR500R/ABS - $6599/6899
Engine: L-C 8V 471 inline-twin | Seat Height: 30.9 in. | Curb Weight: 425/429 lb.
Wheelbase: 55.5 in. | Rake: 25.5° | Trail: 103mm | Fuel Capacity: 4.1 gal.
2017 Honda CBR500R
Offered in standard and ABS versions, the CBR500R boasts a sport-tuned chassis and a versatile DOHC parallel-twin engine with a good spread of power across the rev range. It’s an affordable, do-it-all street bike that’s great for new or experienced riders. 2016 CBR500R First LookCourtesy of Honda
Honda CB500X/ABS - $6099/$TBA
Engine: L-C 8V 471 inline-twin | Seat Height: 31.8 in. | Curb Weight: 428 lb./NA
Wheelbase: 55.9 in. | Rake: 26.5° | Trail: 108mm | Fuel Capacity: 4.6 gal.
2017 Honda CB500X
The middleweight CB500X is an adventure-style motorcycle that’s a favorite with riders, thanks to its versatile capability, comfortable ride and can-do attitude. The 471cc parallel-twin DOHC powerplant offers plenty of torque, and the model is offered with available ABS. 2016 CB500X First LookCourtesy of Honda
Honda CB500F/ABS - $6099/6399
Engine: L-C 8V 471 inline-twin | Seat Height: 30.7 in. | Curb Weight: 414/419 lb.
Wheelbase: 55.5 in. | Rake: 25.5° | Trail: 103mm | Fuel Capacity: 4.4 gal.
2017 Honda CB500F
Featuring minimal bodywork, a classic riding position and a 30.9 inch seat height, the twin-cylinder CB500F is a great middleweight motorcycle with a versatile powerband that appeals to broad array of riders. Available in standard and ABS versions, the CB500F has an LED headlight and digital instrumentation. 2016 CB500F First LookCourtesy of Honda
Honda CBR300R/ABS - $4499/$4999
Engine: L-C 4V 286 single | Seat Height: 30.7 in. | Curb Weight: 357/364 lb.
Wheelbase: 54.3 in. | Rake: 25.3° | Trail: 98mm | Fuel Capacity: 3.4 gal.
2017 Honda CBR300R
Whether customers choose the standard version or opt for available ABS, the CBR300R delivers huge fun in a small package. The single-cylinder powerplant sips fuel but has plenty of torque, while the low seat height and narrow cross section make it easy to put feet on the ground at stops. CBR300R First Look | CBR300R First Ride | Comparison TestCourtesy of Honda
Honda CB300F /ABS - $4149/$NA
Engine: L-C 4V 286 single | Seat Height: 30.7 in. | Curb Weight: 348 lb.
Wheelbase: 54.3 in. | Rake: 25.3° | Trail: 98mm | Fuel Capacity: 3.4 gal.
2016 Honda CB300F - Black

2016 model shown

Anyone looking for the ideal model for an introduction to motorcycling would be hard-pressed to beat the CB300F, a fun naked bike that’s light, maneuverable and exhilarating to ride. With an efficient single-cylinder engine and a minimalist style, this bike proves that sometimes less really is more. CB300F First LookCourtesy of Honda
Honda CBR250RR - $N/A
Engine: N/A | Seat Height: N/A in. | Curb Weight: N/A lb.
Wheelbase: N/A in. | Rake: N/A° | Trail: N/Amm | Fuel Capacity: N/A gal.
2017 Honda CBR250RR
Honda has announced its racy-looking CBR250RR, but only in Indonesia so far. The newest CBR has a DOHC four-valve parallel-twin 250cc engine, equipped with ride-by-wire throttle and three riding modes. 2017 CBR250RR first lookCourtesy of Honda
Honda Grom - $3199
Engine: A-C 2V 125 single | Seat Height: 30.0 in. | Curb Weight: 229 lb.
Wheelbase: 47.2 in. | Rake: 25.0° | Trail: 81mm | Fuel Capacity: 1.45 gal.
2017 Honda Grom
A new and decidedly edgier look for the small-scale sportbike comes courtesy of an integrated tank and side panels, a stacked LED headlight, under-slung exhaust and upswept tail unit. Also part of the styling upgrades are a new flip-key and a sportier handlebar. Colors for 2017 are Matte Gray Metallic, Pearl Red, Pearl White and Bright Yellow. 2017 Grom first look | 2014 Grom road testCourtesy of Honda