Honda CBF125

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Honda CBF125 / CB125F
Honda CBF125 2009.jpg
Honda CBF125
Manufacturer HMSI
Also called Stunner, CBF125M9 JC40
Parent company Honda Motor Company
Production 2008–
2015– (CB125F)
Assembly India
China (CB125F)
Predecessor CG125
Class Standard
Engine 124.7 cc (7.61 cu in), air-cooled, 4-stroke, 2-valve, SOHC, single
Ignition type Computer-controlled fully transistorised with electronic advance
Transmission 5-speed manual
Frame type Diamond; steel
Suspension Front: telescopic fork
Brakes Front: 240mm single disc with twin-piston caliper
Rear: 130mm drum
Tires 80/100 17 (front); 100/90 17 (rear)
Wheelbase 1.27 m (4 ft 2 in)
1.295 m (4 ft 3.0 in) (CB125F)
Dimensions L: 1.955 m (6 ft 5.0 in)
2.035 m (6 ft 8.1 in) (CB125F)
W: 0.76 m (2 ft 6 in)
0.765 m (2 ft 6.1 in) (CB125F)
H: 1.11 m (3 ft 8 in)
1.08 m (3 ft 7 in) (CB125F)
Seat height 0.792 m (2 ft 7.2 in)
0.775 m (2 ft 6.5 in) (CB125F)
Fuel capacity 13 L (2.9 imp gal; 3.4 US gal)
Related Honda CBR125

The Honda CBF125 and CB125F are lightweight, small-capacity motorcycles produced for road riders from 2008.

Honda CBF125[edit]

The Honda CBF125 is a motorcycle manufactured by Honda's Indian subsidiary HMSI from 2008. The motorcycle is known as Stunner in the Indian market, with two variants, the carburetor version simply called Stunner and the fuel-injected version called Stunner PGM-FI. In European, Chinese, Singaporean and Malaysian markets, only the fuel injected version is available.

The bike went on sale in early December 2008 in the UK. The CBF125 replaced the CG125, a model which had been in production for more than thirty years.[1]

Honda CB125F[edit]

The Honda CB125F was announced in November 2014, and fully unveiled on 13 April 2015. The CB125F replaces the Honda CBF125, a model which had been in production since 2008 and which was Europe's best selling motorcycle. The official launch price was lower than the price of the previous CBF125.[citation needed] The new model will be manufactured in China, whereas the previous model was manufactured in India.


  1. ^ "Honda CBF125 test ride". Superbike Magazine. Retrieved 28 October 2009. 

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