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Ready Honda Powersports Touring, Cruisers and Scooter


AFRICA TWIN (DCT)
Engineered to perfection
Four-valve Unicam cylinder head design has numerous
performance benefits – including lighter weight and
reduced gyro effect – while also contributing to the
engine’s compact dimensions. A lightweight camshaft
using the same materials as the CBR1000RR’s camshaft
operates the valve train.


AFRICA TWIN (STANDARD)
Powerful Performance
The CRF1000L Africa Twin’s 1,000 cc parallel-twin
fuel-injected engine draws heavily from Honda’s
winning off-road racing bikes, including the
CRF250R and CRF450R.

CB500X
Compact engine, minimal vibration
Engine vibration is kept to a minimum by using crank
pins phased at 180 degrees and a balancer shaft
behind the cylinders, which also contributes to the
engine’s compact size.

CBR500R (ABS)
Crisp throttle response
PGM-FI electronic fuel injection keeps the engine
running efficiently in all conditions and ensures
crisp throttle response.

CBR300R (ABS)
Stacked design
The engine countershaft sits lower than the
mainshaft in a “stacked” formation to reduce the
engine’s front-to-rear dimensions.


CBR300R (STANDARD)
Light & compact
The light and compact engine contributes to the
CBR300R’s impressive power-to-weight ratio, allowing
it to compete with twin-cylinder bikes of similar
displacement.

CBR500R (ABS)
Crisp throttle response
PGM-FI electronic fuel injection keeps the engine
running efficiently in all conditions and ensures
crisp throttle response.

CBR600RR
Racy performance
Liquid-cooled DOHC 16-valve 599 cc inline-four engine
features oversquare bore and stroke dimensions of
67 mm x 42.5 mm, which contributes to its
high-revving, quick-accelerating nature.

CBR1000RR
Reduced friction
A nickel-silicon carbide (Ni-SiC) surface treatment
on the cylinder walls reduces friction and improves
reliability.

NC750X (STANDARD)
Strong power & torque
The NC750X’s liquid-cooled, inline-twin engine
incorporates numerous advanced and patented
technologies. To ensure strong acceleration,
ease-of-use in the city and a relaxed character on
the highway, the engine delivers exceptionally
strong low-rpm performance. The engine’s unique
design creates a muscular, easy-to-use powerband not
unlike that of a big-bore cruiser.

 


 

2015 NM4

Think of it as an exclamation mark on wheels! With its stealth fighter-styling,
the NM4 won't be mistaken for anything else. The outrageous anime appearance
 represents the vision of a young, skunkworks design team from deep within Honda
R&D, but the innovation didn't end with the styling.



 

VFR800F

The VFR800 aficionados border on fanatical. They demand the very best in their
machines and are reluctant to settle for anything less. This can make changing the
VFR a risky proposition at best.



 

CBR1000RRA

Connection - that desperately sought after, but rarely achieved, interface between
man and machine, where the one seems to simply become an extension of the other.
The CBR1000RRA achieves this elusive harmony with what Honda calls its
'Total Control' concept.


 


 

CBR1000RR-SP

Once in a great while there comes a high performance machine so perfectly balanced
and intuitive to operate that it becomes one with its operator, achieving
seamless integration.

 

NC750XA

You may not be a movie star or a grizzled survivalist, but you still like to get out there
 and take the road less travelled. With a number of great features including a 75 cc
 jump in displacement, the NC750X may be the perfect travel companion.

 


 

NC750SA

They say different strokes for different folks, and when the NC700S was introduced
 last year, it certainly was different.
 


 

CBR650F

Who says that practical, comfortable, everyday bikes can’t generate the adrenalin
rush of their RR brethren? Case in point, the CBR650F - its high torque, in-line
 four-cylinder engine, tuned for strong low-end, mid-range and top-end power,
 provides tremendous drive off the line and out of turns.

 


 

CBR600RR

A modern sportbike can be an uncompromising thing. Tuned for maximum performance,
 things like comfort, ease of use and everyday practicality tend to go out the window.

 


 

CBR600RRA

A modern sportbike can be an uncompromising thing. Tuned for maximum
performance, things like comfort, ease of use and everyday practicality
tend to go out the window.



 

CBR500R

Sport bikes are meant to excite, but the thrill doesn’t have to come from huge
 horsepower or radical geometry, it can just as easily be achieved with light weight,
a responsive chassis and a willing engine.
 


 

CBR500RA

Sport bikes are meant to excite, but the thrill doesn’t have to come from huge
 horsepower or radical geometry, it can just as easily be achieved with light weight,
 a responsive chassis and a willing engine.

 


 

CB500XA

Sometimes the road less travelled is also less paved; don’t let your choice of machine
 limit your motorcycling travel options. The CB500X allows you to seek adventure in
more places with a number of refinements to the base 500 platform that
increase its versatility.



 

CB500FA

Everything about the CB500F just seems to shout easy. An upright seating position
with a flat handlebar, and low-effort controls make riding the CB500F around town
 or your favourite back-road seem effortless.

 



 

CBR300R

The CBR250R introduced many people to the joys of riding smaller supersport machines
and its followers are dedicated. Building on the success of the original platform, the
CBR300R adds aggressive new styling and increased power and torque throughout
 the rev range.

 


 

CBR300RA

The CBR250R introduced many people to the joys of riding smaller supersport machines
 and its followers are dedicated. Building on the success of the original platform,
 the CBR300RA adds aggressive new styling and increased power and torque
 throughout the rev range.


 

CB300FA

Light & nimble = Fun. That’s what you’ll get with Honda’s new 2015 CB300FA.
 Urban style, gridlock-busting manoeuvrabilty and standard ABS make for a confident attitude.



 

GROM

Okay, admit it: When you first look at the sporty and playful Grom you just have to smile
. And no matter how long you’ve been riding, you just want to throw a leg over this bike
 and twist the throttle. It’s an excellent fit for both new and experienced riders,
but to Gen Y buyers in particular the Grom carries a bit of attitude while promising fun times