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Is Honda cbr400r worth buying (which is better, Honda cbr400 or Kawasaki 400)?


Kawasaki Ninja, Yamaha R3 and Honda CBR400R, which one is cost-effective? Worth starting with.

I'm a knight. Thank you for the flop. This question has finally been asked, so who is more worthy of starting with these three cars under the demand of changing cars?

Kawasaki Ninja 400 is currently priced at 49,800-50,800.

Yamaha R3 is currently priced at 46,800.

Honda CBR400R is currently priced at 45,000.

Since this cyclist pays more attention to cost performance, we will briefly compare it from the aspects of price, performance, configuration and quality involving cost performance.

1. Price performance

As far as the prices of these three cars are concerned, Honda CBR400R is the cheapest, and Kawasaki Ninja400 is the most playboy, because there are four versions of this car.

However, CBR400R is the only domestic version among them, which reduces its competitive advantage to a certain extent for riders who pursue import status, but also reflects the irrational price performance.

As for Yamaha R3, because its displacement is smaller than the other two models, the price at this stage is actually not very low-key, so the price level Ninja400 will still have certain advantages.


2. Dynamic performance

These three cars are all equipped with inline two-cylinder engines, but there will still be obvious differences in displacement and book data.

Among them, the actual displacement of Ninja400 is 399cc, the maximum power is 35KW, and the maximum torque is 37N·m; The actual displacement of CBR400R is 399cc, the maximum power is 33KW, and the maximum torque is 37N·m; The actual displacement of R3 is 321cc, the maximum power is 30.4KW, and the maximum torque is 28.4 N m..

The new Ninja400 has an acceleration of about 4.7 seconds per 100 kilometers and a top speed of 187 km/h. The overseas version of CBR400R accelerates for 5.6 seconds per 100 kilometers, and the mainland version should be slower, because the power value has dropped sharply, and its maximum design speed is 157 km/h. Yamaha R3 accelerates for about 5.5 seconds in 100 kilometers, and its top speed is about 174km/h (all the above data are from the network).

From the data, Ninja400 will have absolute advantages, which shows that it is the strongest among the three in terms of dynamic performance, while the domestic version of CBR400R just played is basically at the bottom level.

3. Configuration settings

Compared with domestic models with the same displacement, these three cars will still be much weaker in configuration, but on the whole, CBR400R is obviously the beggar among them. The shock absorber can't compare with R3, and the brakes can't do better than Ninja400. The only bright spot is that the tires will be wider and the specifications of instruments and lighting are not bad.

4. Quality

Although Kawasaki Ninja400 and Yamaha R3 are imported models, they are not original from Japan, so the localization status of CBR400R actually does not make much difference. In addition, this car itself belongs to Honda's direct model, so it may not be much worse in workmanship, but it may be inferior in materials.


Through the above brief comparison, we can see that the Ninja400 is still the most cost-effective and taxi-able model among the three models, so its selectivity will not become unworthy because of the extra 5,000 yuan in price, but the CBR400R is insincere. As for Yamaha R3, it is said that it has long been sold, so let's choose the Ninja400 regardless of the budget!

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