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2012 Honda XR™ 650L

User Rating 6 of 40
2012 On-Off Road


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2012 Honda XR™ 650L
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2012 Honda XR™ 650L pictures, prices, information, and specifications. Below is the information on the 2012 Honda XR™ 650L. If you would like to get a quote on a new 2012 Honda XR™ 650L use our Build Your Own tool, or Compare this bike to other On-Off Road motorcycles.To view more specifications, visit our Detailed Specifications.

2012 Honda XR™ 650L Specifications

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Model Type  On-Off Road
BASE MSRP(US)  $6,690.00
Warranty  12
Engine Type  Single-Cylinder
Cylinders  1
Engine Stroke  4-Stroke
Cooling  Air
Valves  4
Valves Per Cylinder  4
Valve Configuration  SOHC
Compression Ratio  8.3:1
Starter  Electric
Fuel Requirements  Regular
Fuel Type  Gas
Transmission Type  Manual
Number Of Speeds  5
Primary Drive (Rear Wheel)  Chain
Wheels & Tires:  
Front Tire (Full Spec)  3.00 - 21
Rear Tire (Full Spec)  4.60 - 18
Front Brake Type  Hydraulic Disc
Rear Brake Type  Hydraulic Disc
Technical Specifications:  
Wheelbase (in/mm)  57.3 / 1455.4
Fuel Capacity (gal/l)  2.8 / 10.6
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2012 xr650l
By john osborne(Owner), Feb. 22, 2012
great bike runs great handles great tooo
tall from factory must bo lowered at least 4 inches in rear it is 6 inches taller that the 2000 model in seat hight Read Full Review


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Hiigh engine weight causes problems.
By Desmond Stack(Owner), Jun. 28, 2012
I bought an XL650R in 2007 and found it to be a decent bike on pavement rides but got in trouble a number of times dues to the air cooled high heavy engine. If you start to lose balance even on a slow rocky trail, the high center of gravity makes it feel like a 500 lb. bike. Once it starts to tip ov... Read Full Review


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