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23.Apr.2018 | ID: 129308
Honda’s genuinely iconic mini-bike is re-imagined for the present day, with styling that draws heavily on the original, complemented by modern, premium touches such as USD forks, twin rear shocks, LCD instruments, IMU-based ABS and full LED lighting. Its 125cc air-cooled engine delivers 6.9kW power, and fuel efficiency of 67km/litre; wet weight is a mere 107kg.
05.Apr.2018 | ID: 128088
The ever-popular PCX125 scooter gets a complete style upgrade for 2018, with natural new contours interspersed among the traditional PCX flowing design lines. It also receives a new tubular steel duplex cradle frame, new wheels and tyres and an upgraded rear suspension. Plus ABS, and an engine that produces more peak power while maintaining outstanding fuel efficiency.
03.Apr.2018 | ID: 118661
Honda unveils a stylishly stripped-back new ‘sport naked’ for new riders looking to take the next step in their motorcycling career in style. The lightweight ‘Neo Sports Café’-styled CB300R features a responsive 286cc liquid-cooled engine, six speed gearbox plus brand new chassis comprised of tubular/pressed steel frame, 41mm USD forks, radial-mount 4-piston front caliper and floating disc plus preload adjustable monoshock. An enhanced specification includes full LED lighting, LCD display and IMU-based ABS.
03.Apr.2018 | ID: 118607
Honda reveals a stylishly stripped-back new entry level ‘sports naked’ aimed squarely at style-conscious younger riders. The lightweight CB125R features a responsive liquid-cooled engine, six speed gearbox plus brand new chassis comprised of tubular/pressed steel frame, 41mm USD forks, radial-mount 4-piston front caliper and floating disc. An enhanced specification includes full LED lighting, LCD display and IMU-based ABS.
23.Mar.2018 | ID: 118708
Honda’s much-loved sports-naked CB1000R is re-born with striking, modern café racer-inspired minimalist styling. Its four-cylinder engine gains 15kW more peak power and mid-range torque, and is controlled by Throttle By Wire. Riding modes now offer bespoke combinations of Power, Engine Brake and Honda Selectable Torque Control. The engine sits in a new frame, paired with high specification Showa suspension and radial-mount front brakes. A special “CB1000R+” version will also be available with premium accessories pre-fit from the factory.
22.Mar.2018 | ID: 127238
Honda’s Forza 300 scooter is completely reborn in lightweight, compact, sporty form, with an enhanced specification including electrically adjustable screen, full LED lighting and optional 45-litre Smart Key-linked top box. It also gains Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) - a first for a Honda scooter – and smart new instrumentation.
01.Feb.2018 | ID: 118570
A new version of Honda’s definitive full-size adventure machine is ready for Adventure Sports in 2018, with larger fuel tank for a range of over 500km, higher riding position, greater ground clearance, heated grips, extended fairing plus longer travel suspension. It also has Throttle By Wire with 3 riding modes, expanded Honda Selectable Torque Control parameters and revised intake and exhaust. The original Africa Twin’s 30th anniversary is celebrated with unique paint scheme.
04.Jan.2018 | ID: 118505
Honda’s definitive full-size adventure machine gets a comprehensive update for 2018, with Throttle By Wire, 3 riding modes, expanded Honda Selectable Torque Control parameters, more responsive power delivery and engaging engine sound. It’s also 2kg lighter and features several detail improvements to enhance the riding and owning experience. Block tyres are now approved for fitment.
04.Jan.2018 | ID: 118736
Honda’s unique Integra – which combines many of the best attributes of both motorcycle and scooter – features LED lighting and LCD instruments, plus two Special Edition metallic paint options. Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) is added for 2018. A 35kW version is also now available for A2 licence holders.
04.Jan.2018 | ID: 118746
Honda’s ultimate commuting motorcycle wears a tough, adventure look and features a torque-laden parallel twin engine, long travel suspension, internal storage compartment, LED lighting and LCD instruments with personalised colour options. Two Level Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) is also now fitted as standard. A 35kW version is available for A2 licence holders.
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