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2006 Honda CBF600 S MPG

Based on data from 13 vehicles, 388 fuel-ups and 69,166 miles of driving, the 2006 Honda CBF600 S gets a combined Avg MPG of 44.12 with a 0.53 MPG margin of error.

Below you can see a distribution of the fuel-ups with 15 outliers (3.72%) removed.

Following shows the average MPG of each of the 13 vehicles in the system.

2006 Honda CBF600 Ss For Sale Nearby

  • CBF600

    2006 Honda CBF600 S
    Added Sep 2016 • 183 Fuel-ups

    Property of Emilio55

  • 43.1 Avg MPG
  • Bluey

    2006 Honda CBF600 S
    Added Sep 2012 • 46 Fuel-ups

    Property of rushyd

  • 44.7 Avg MPG
  • CBF

    2006 Honda CBF600 S
    Added Sep 2012 • 120 Fuel-ups

    Property of cesousa

  • 46.9 Avg MPG
  • CBF600 S

    2006 Honda CBF600 S
    Added Jul 2017 • 4 Fuel-ups

    Property of mr4motion

  • 34.9 Avg MPG
  • Motor Mike

    2006 Honda CBF600 S
    Added Jul 2016 • 25 Fuel-ups

    Property of Akemono

  • 46.4 Avg MPG
  • Honda CBF600 SA

    2006 Honda CBF600 S
    Added Sep 2015 • 9 Fuel-ups

    Property of davedraper

  • 44.3 Avg MPG
  • Turbi

    2006 Honda CBF600 S
    Added Sep 2015 • 4 Fuel-ups

    Property of Dewildoe

  • 40.9 Avg MPG
  • CBF 600 SA

    2006 Honda CBF600 S PC-38
    Added Jan 2015 • 14 Fuel-ups

    Property of Alex42

  • 47.0 Avg MPG
  • CBF600 2006

    2006 Honda CBF600 S
    Added Mar 2015 • 3 Fuel-ups

    Property of aggressive

  • 34.3 Avg MPG
  • düldül

    2006 Honda CBF600 S
    Added Jan 2014 • 6 Fuel-ups

    Property of selckgn

  • 41.9 Avg MPG
  • Dita

    2006 Honda CBF600 S
    Added Apr 2012 • 6 Fuel-ups

    Property of Zinasounds

  • 37.4 Avg MPG
  • Helen

    2006 Honda CBF600 S
    Added May 2011 • 3 Fuel-ups

    Property of Elliekitty

  • 39.2 Avg MPG
  • CBF600SA6

    2006 Honda CBF600 S
    Added Oct 2010 • 5 Fuel-ups

    Property of kingo2010

  • 48.6 Avg MPG

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