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29.maj.2018 | ID: 131828
Honda’s segment-leading sports/GT Forza 125 scooter maintains its rapid upward trajectory, receiving a thorough-going restyle, plus electrically adjustable screen, LED indicators, new instrumentation, two all-new colour options and an optional 45-litre Smart Key-linked top box that improve still further its all-round premium appeal.
23.maj.2018 | ID: 131502
Honda Motor Europe is pleased to announce its off-road line-up for 2019, featuring upgrades across the entire range, and the addition of two brand new names to the CRF family. The flagship CRF450R moto-crosser – and its cross-country sibling the CRF450RX – both benefit from a stronger shot of top-end power and torque; for the CRF250R, one year after a full model change, performance upgrades focus on bottom-end torque for even better drive out of slower speed corners. Two brand new models for 2019 bring even greater depth to the CRF family: the cross country-spec. CRF250RX and dual-purpose, fully road-legal CRF450L.
23.maj.2018 | ID: 131231
The new CRF250RX arrives in cross-country specification to further strengthen Honda’s off-road line-up. Sharing the frame and engine hardware of the CRF250R moto-crosser, it is fully adapted to its role, with 8.5L fuel tank, forged aluminium sidestand and 18-inch rear wheel, plus revisions to power delivery and suspension settings. It also features 3-level HRC Launch Control as standard.
23.maj.2018 | ID: 131230
The CRF250R’s bottom-end torque output gets a major boost; the engine also receives 3-level HRC Launch Control plus durability upgrades. A new front brake caliper, Renthal Fatbars – adjustable 4 ways – and black DID rims round out the updates.
08.mar.2018 | ID: 127515
Honda has a new presence in its line-up for 2018: the CB300R. Part of a new ‘sport naked’ family – which includes the CB1000R and CB125R – it distills all of the excitement of two wheels into a distinctively-styled, lightweight form.
07.nov.2017 | ID: 118571
The 2017 Honda stand at EICMA will again feature a Design Studio area show-casing the design work of Honda’s R&D facility in Rome.
06.nov.2017 | ID: 118755
Honda’s X-ADV mixes tough SUV style and convenience with long travel suspension plus strong performance from its 745cc twin-cylinder engine. Updated for 2018, the Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) receives an off-road G switch, and the engine gets 2-Level Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC). A 35kW version is also now available for A2 licence holders.
06.nov.2017 | 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.
06.nov.2017 | ID: 118738
Honda’s user-friendly naked commuter NC750S features a torque-laden parallel twin engine, comfortable riding position with low seat height, clever internal storage compartment and LCD instruments with personalised colour options. A 35kW version is also now available for A2 licence holders.
06.nov.2017 | 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.
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