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Thu, 04 Feb 2021

Honda Completes Its Comprehensive 2021 Model Line-up

• Honda’s comprehensive 2021 line-up now complete
• 24 new or revised models ranging from the urban commuter Vision 110 through to the ultimate touring luxury of the Gold Wing
 
Sports bike enthusiasts are well catered for. The high-revving, hard-hitting MotoGP-inspired CBR1000RR-R Fireblade heads the family alongside the CBR650R’s real-world sporting ability and the pocket-rocket, twin-cylinder CBR500R.
 
Adventure-oriented riders also have great options, from the ‘go anywhere’ Africa Twin and its continent-crossing ‘Adventure Sports’ variant, to the unique, two-wheeled SUV X-ADV, do-it-all NC750X and CB500X compact adventurer.
 
The Neo Sports Café naked range strips the motorcycle back to bare metal. The CB1000R and CB1000R Black Edition set the style bar high and, close in their wheel-tracks, follow the CB650R and CB125R; both packing high specification and desirability.
 
Fans of custom cool now have the option of two Rebels, with the CMX1100 Rebel joining the CMX500 Rebel. This brand new, big-bore custom machine offers strong, characterful response from its twin-cylinder engine, sophisticated riding technology and a fine-handling chassis.
 
Luxury scooter riders will not be disappointed either. The premium Forza 125 and new Forza 350 are now joined by the new Forza 750 – a new flagship for the high performance sporty GT Forza line-up, loaded with technology (including Dual Clutch Transmission as standard) and deluxe comfort for two.
 
For new riders, a total of eight A1 licence-compatible machines are primed and ready to go: the Forza 125, PCX125, SH125, SH Mode and Vision 110 scooters, and the CB125F, CB125R and MSX Grom motorcycles. Although each offers its own unique appeal and identity, they all have in common a high level of specification, practicality, fuel economy, build quality and fun factor.