I recall finding one a while ago on my iPad which is now broken. Use it mainly as a daily commuter. I hope to have much fun with it! It was later introduced to the Australian market in 2008 as either a standard or equipped model. If you do find one, you'll have my eternal gratitude and if you're in Sydney a case of beer. I have owned my '08 cb400 revo for one year now since getting my learners and it has been nothing short of an absolute pleasure owning this bike. This is a public forum presenting user opinions on selected products and businesses, and as such the views expressed do not reflect the opinion of ProductReview.
. Most of my riding is city, and I normally average about 220km, and 13L, giving me 16. Like someone else has noted already, they have a bit of torque but no drama about them at all. I wanted a louder exhaust and I put on a Yoshimura R77 and now it sounds awesome. I'm really happy with it. It just looks better and more masculine, especially the black color scheme with the new 10-spoke rims. I think they're just a very rare bike in Australia which afaik is the only english speaking country that has got them.
After I rode one I could see why they charge a bit more. Build quality and Honda, enough said. Braking is very good and strong enough. Despite already having a full license, I bought this one, brand new. Bought it in 2017 with 35K ish kms on it. It's cornering characteristics are very inspiring.
I have had it since 2015, brings smile on my face each time i get on it. I've got to say, it just feels great to handle and yet has loads of power and roars like a lion, awesome great bike. In standard form, it's quiet, refined and very smooth, even at cold idle. Pro: smooth 4 cylinder engine, smooth gearbox, low seat height so it's friendly to smaller riders, comfortable seat and riding position, adjustable front forks preload ,good acceleration for a learner bike when vtec kicks in. Reliable, fast, great handling, a real motorcycle I bought this bike last year after careful research and I'm glad that the hype lived up to and has exceeded my expectations.
I have had zero issues with the bike, the things I mentioned above are still applicable. The bike sounds amazing, handles beautifully, has proven its reliability, looks amazing, and is relatively comfortable. No much torque at lower rpms, you need to keep it in right gear and power band to get proper acceleration Higher fuel consumption, roughly 6. Honda cb400 revo malfunction light blinks 8 times. Although I could happily keep this bike if I had to continue to my P2 licence. I Can't say I've been overly impressed by the Yamaha's looks or performance despite the media hype, all personal preference though.
If you want fairings then buy a bike that has them. Bike can be put back to original by refitting parts and a new side stand. Expensive major service every 24,000kms Best bike ever, can't fault anything for a 400cc. In my opinion fun shouldn't need to start, I am worrying about engine performance, and coolant system because I think fun started early. It is pretty windy and lighter riders may find themselves getting blown around their lane from passing trucks and some cars.
Never had any mechanical issue. There's one for the 2003 model, in Japanese, on singaporebikes. This is to check Vtec clearance. They can keep up with litre bikes and are nimble enough to slide with ease through city traffic. Now for the sound, wow! I would recommend them to anyone.
General disclaimer: All third party trademarks, images and copyrights on this page are used for the purpose of comparative advertising, criticism or review. Famous white body color with red stripes. If I'm being honest, the only thing about the Honda that annoyed me was the high pegs which made my knees hurt on longer rides. Best bike I have ever owned. I learnt on an older model and decided to upgrade a year later. Hell I even spoke to a few mechanics around me who said they didn't even have it as one hasn't come into their workshop yet. Its attractive look and excellent road performance and low fuel consumption.
Updated frame rigidity and engine mounting position improved handling. Why is it so expensive? It is a well built bike, reliable, good quality and safe. I was very impressed - especially since I'd just come from riding a V-twin carburetor fed cruiser! Con: Throttle has this on-off feeling from idle to actually moving on the road 1400-3000 rpm , nothing dramatic but still noticeable. A lot of after market parts are available on cheaper price than other bike such as Ducati, or Trumph. The bike corners well, it feels very well balanced which inspires confidence when turning in. The day I rode it out of the showroom was my first time on a road bike since doing my course and I had an hours ride home. I never have experience with cb400 sf before someone pls suggest me that is normal or something wrong? All in all, this bike is something I could pass on to my grandchildren.