Honda CBR600RR leaves in history!!!

British newspaper specialized in motorsport, MCN, reports that Honda CBR600RR will be removed from the company’s after the end of this year.

 

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British newspaper specialized in motorsport, MCN, reports that Honda CBR600RR will be removed from the company’s after the end of this year.

If such information proves correct, then it will be the most famous motorcycle who becomes a victim of the new EURO 4 emissions regulation. RideApart earlier said the same fate have Kawasaki W800 and Yamaha XJR1300. However it is believed that a major impact of this decision has reduced interest globally in the category of motorcycles with displacement to 600cc.

MCN, reports that such information were obtained from sources from the company: “It was not an easy decision because this  CBR600 motorcycle was really important for the company over the past years. But the fact is that this model is not sold in sufficient numbers. ”

I still do not know how this information will affect the status that this motorcycle has in the US, where are the rules of the European Union. It is thought that he will remain on the market and he will continuing to be sold until he made aprofit.

According to MCN, the motorcycle will not experience changes in markets outside the European Union for economic reasons and because of the internal structure of the Honda.

If the company decide to improve CBR600RR, then they will want to offer motorcycle that can be sold in all markets. However, the company asks all regions (Honda America, Honda Europe) to share the costs of development. It seems that Honda Europe does not make enough profit to justify the cost, and the Honda America are feeling the need to improve the bike in order to meet standards which are not needed for them.

For now, all information regulations are only at the level of speculation and it should be noted that the supply of Honda varies from one market to another.

 

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