Honda CB400 Bike Overview
Honda’s CB400 is a fantastic lightweight bike, it’s novice friendly and pretty versatile dependent on rider. Dubbed as the Super Four, it’s not too dissimilar to big brother CB1000, and does have a sporty feel for a 399cc machine.
Weighing in at only 168kg, handling is pretty good on the CB400. You can throw it into corners and open it up on straights without much issue. The engine is a straight-forward inline four-cylinder, four stroke, liquid cooled that does everything you need it to do, being smooth and responsive.
First released in 1992, the Honda CB400 has had a few upgrades over the years but still remains a firm favourite with riders. The current CB400 model is kitted out with the latest Honda features including central LCD screen displaying gear position, fuel consumption and speed. Other modifications include 10 spoke wheels and dual grab rails.
Honda CB400 are imported bikes so you won’t find a mass of them on the market over here.
Honda CB400 Bike Spec
- Seat height760mm
- EngineLiquid-cooled 16v DOHC transverse four, 6 gears
- Average fuel consumption46mpg
- Top speed115mph