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05.Jan.2017 | ID: 100798
Honda has unveiled its Cooperative Mobility Ecosystem concept at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, connecting the power of artificial intelligence, robotics and big data to transform the mobility experience of the future and improve customers’ quality of life.
18.Nov.2016 | ID: 99512
Model updates: Honda create a fresh new take on custom cool with the A2 Licence-friendly 500cc parallel twin-cylinder Rebel. Mixing old and new school style it’s an engaging and easy machine to ride, and offers plenty of scope for owner customisation.
18.Nov.2016 | ID: 99510
Honda is pleased to announce a brand new motorcycle for 2017 that offers a totally fresh take on custom cool - the Rebel.
08.Nov.2016 | ID: 96576
• Two concept models developed by Honda R&D in Rome offer new ‘takes’ on CB1100 and CRF1000L Africa Twin
07.Nov.2016 | ID: 83636
• Innovative X-ADV combines the spirit of adventure with all-round performance, premium specifications, practicality and comfort for urban commuting and weekend escapes • CBR1000RR Fireblade completes a trio of new Fireblades, joining the upgraded SP and new SP2 versions to mark 25 years of breath-taking performance and ‘Total Control’ • CRF250 Rally becomes the latest member of Honda’s growing CRF family • CB650F naked roadster and CBR650F super sport machine get aggressive new styling, increased power and a wide range of performance upgrades • Best-selling SH125, Forza 125 and Vision scooters receive a range of improvements to styling, practicality and comfort • New colour options and Euro 4 compliance for a wide range of further models
07.Nov.2016 | ID: 83635
Model updates: The CB125F was extensively revised for 2015 with CB-F family ‘naked’ style plus a responsive new chassis and six-spoke 18-inch wheels. Built for real-world usability, its air-cooled engine delivers strong low to mid-range torque, features a balance shaft and revised PGM-FI settings and is now EURO4 compliant for 2017. A gear position indicator was added for further practicality. Build quality was also enhanced, while purchase and ownership costs are outstandingly attractive. CBS brakes are added for 2017.
07.Nov.2016 | ID: 83634
Model update: Compact, easy to ride and practical thanks to full-sized motorcycle parts, the MSX125 was an instant worldwide success in 2013. It is designed for young riders, featuring an economical low-friction engine, four-speed gearbox plus an attitude and style like no other. For 2016, new, more angular design lines, unique stacked LED headlight and a compact, under-slung exhaust combined to give the MSX125 a sharper, new ‘mini streetfighter’ look that fully retained the charm of the original, but with added attitude. For 2017, ABS brakes and EURO4 compliance are new additions to the MSX125’s appeal.
07.Nov.2016 | ID: 83632
Model updates: The Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade goes to the next stage of Total Control. 90% of major components are new. Power to weight ratio is improved by 14% - reaching the best level ever for the Fireblade - thanks to a 15kg weight reduction and 8kW power boost. It’s also equipped with Honda Selectable Torque Control, Selectable Engine Brake, new ABS, Riding Mode Select System and Power Selector, full Showa suspension and RC213V-S MotoGP derived technology.
07.Nov.2016 | ID: 83631
Model updates: The pinnacle of Honda’s “X” family, the VFR1200X Crosstourer got enhanced practicality for 2016 with an easily-adjustable windscreen, 12V socket, three levels of S Mode in its DCT version plus EURO 4 compatibility. Two new colours will be available for 2017.
07.Nov.2016 | ID: 83630
Model updates: Honda’s premium adventure sports tourer evolved substantially for 2015, with a host of upgrades designed to deliver more hard-riding excitement. It featured more mid-range torque and top-end power from its upgraded V4-VTEC engine, sharper adventure styling plus refined ergonomics and longer travel suspension, new wheels and brakes. Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) system, ABS, full LED lighting, 5-stage heated grips, self-cancelling indicators and a height-adjustable seat were all fitted as standard. For 2017, a DC charger and adjustable windscreen are added, and the engine is EURO4 compliant.
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