Honda VFR Two Wheeler Insurance

Honda VFR Two Wheeler Insurance
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Honda VFR

General Information:

VFR is the costliest sports motorcycle in the Indian portfolio of Honda Motors Ltd., and is one of the rarest bikes you will ever encounter on the country’s roads. As a matter of fact, the Japanese manufacturer markets it as a sports touring motorcycle, owing to its comfortable ride quality and mile munching engine characteristics. The company engineers have further loaded it with advanced technical equipments in order to justify the exorbitant price it is offered at. It is sold in the VFR1200F iteration in the Indian market.

• Ask any common Indian who does not deeply follow the automotive scene, and he/she is bound to comment that the VFR is basically a grown and stretched CBR250R
• When viewed in isolation, the front fascia appears to b a swelled iteration of the CBR, and retains a similar layout, though the dimensions appear to be enhanced to increase its road presence
• Thing change rapidly as one moves to the side profile, from where the bike appears highly disproportionate, owing to a heavier front end and a much lighter tail section
• Honda is offering the VFR in just the red paint scheme in India, which is also the product’s marketing colour
• The bike’s road presence is further accentuated by the dimensional figures of 2250 mm x 755 mm x 1220 mm (L x W x H)

Power & Performance:

Despite being a relatively heavier motorcycle, which tips the scales at 267 kg, the rider will never complain about lack of power at any point in the rev range. The engineers have further tweaked the gasoline mill to extract a linear power delivery across a wide range of rpm, that aids its touring capabilities.

Displacement 1237 cc
Power 125 hp
Torque 129 Nm
Transmission 6-Speed
Acceleration (0-60 kmph) 4 Seconds
Fuel Economy (kmpl) 10 kmpl

Braking & Handling:

• Thinking about using, the bike for your daily city commutes? Better look at other alternatives, as a heavy body structure makes the VFR a pain to manoeuvre in city traffic
• Though the side profile looks disproportionate, the weight of the bike is uniformly distributed, which helps in cornering the bike at significantly high speeds
• Despite a sporty riding posture, the rider won’t feel stressed after long journeys, thanks to the well padded seats
• The front and rear disc brakes provide enough bite to stop the bike in time during emergency braking

What To Opt For:

• A litre class bike like the VFR should be covered under the protective shield of a Zero Depreciation Insurance cover in order to avoid heavy repairing costs
• A comprehensive cover is highly recommended for any vehicle that would be a part of your garage for a longer duration
• Opting for a Anti-Theft pack might help secure your hard earned money

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