2015 Honda Motorcycle HP / Performance Power-to-Weight Ratio Comparison

– 2015 Motorcycle Horsepower Chart / Model Lineup Comparison –

Have you been trying to do a horsepower / performance comparison on a couple of motorcycles or scooters that you’re interested in? If so, you’ve probably found out by now that this information can be quite difficult to find. Well, correct information that is…


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Below, you’ll find the entire 2015 Cruiser model lineup horsepower figures from th2 250 / 750 / 1300 models as well as all of the Touring models from Honda ranging from their 700 cc bikes up to the 1800 Gold Wing and all of its variants (F6B / Valkyrie). I also cover all of the CBR models ranging from the CBR300R to the CBR1000RR and everything in between. Want to see how a 50 cc Honda Ruckus scooter stacks up horsepower / performance wise compared to the Grom or PCX150, Metropolitan etc? I’ve got all of those below too. If it’s a Honda and it was produced in 2015, you’ll see the horsepower numbers below in the chart.

It’s next to impossible to calculate 0-60 times and or 1/4 mile drag-strip times on all of the 2015 motorcycles listed below as there are too many variables to do it by calculating numbers etc. The only way to do a fair comparison on those figures would be to have the same rider on the same day take each model out and abuse them. Don’t get me wrong, I’d love to do that and if anyone ever wants to pony up the money to make it happen I’m game haha. Due to not being able to make that happen, the next best way to compare them is by calculating their power-to-weight ratio.

I calculated the performance numbers on each model by doing a simple Power-to-Weight Ratio comparison and then throwing the numbers in the chart below beside each model and each models horsepower ratings. As you can see by the numbers, just because a motorcycle has a larger engine – it doesn’t necessarily mean it will be faster or win in a drag-race etc. You also have a lot of other things to factor in like gear-ratios etc but we won’t dive into that can of worms right now.

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Any of the number surprising to you guys? Any bikes that you thought made more horsepower than what they really do?

Model Horsepower Weight Power-to-Weight Ratio
Ruckus 50 4.3 HP 194 lb .022
Metropolitan 50 3.8 HP 179 lb .021
Grom 125 9.7 HP 225 lb .043
PCX150 13.3 HP 286 lb .047
Rebel 250 18.2 HP 331 lb .055
CRF250L 22.8 HP 320 lb .071
Forza 300 25.5 HP 422 lb .060
CBR300R 30.4 HP 357 lb .085
CB300F 30.4 HP 348 lb .087
CB500F 49.6 HP 420 lb .118
CBR500R 49.6 HP 425 lb .117
CB500X 49.6 HP 430 lb .115
Silver Wing 50 HP 541 lb .092
CBR600RR 113 HP 410 lb .276
CBR650F 86 HP 461 lb .187
XR650L 40 HP 346 lb .116
NC700X 51 HP 474 lb .108
NM4 (NC700JD) 46.9 HP 562 lb .083
CTX700N 46.9 HP 478 lb .098
CTX700 46.9 HP 494 lb .100
Shadow Phantom 750 40.5 HP 549 lb .074
Shadow Aero 750 44.7 HP 560 lb .080
VFR800F Interceptor 105 HP 529 lb .198
CB1000R 125 HP 485 lb .258
CBR1000RR 168 HP 440 lb .382
(2014) CB1100 88 HP 540 lb .163
Stateline 1300 67 HP 672 lb .100
Interstate 1300 67 HP 712 lb .094
Fury 1300 67 HP 663 lb  .101
(2014) CTX1300 88 HP 724 lb  .122
(2012) ST1300 116 HP 730 lb .159
Gold Wing 1800 118 HP 904 lb  .131
Gold Wing F6B 1800 118 844 lb  .140
Gold Wing Valkyrie 1800 117 752 lb  .156

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