Honda VTX

Honda VTX

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Whether you’re into retro styling, appreciate custom bikes, or can’t live without a windscreen and saddlebags, Honda has a 2009 VTX1300 ready for you to enjoy. All models are based on a 1312cc V-Twin so although the performance figures are the same, the distinctive styling variations aren’t.

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Past perfect? Future perfect? Forget the grammar lesson and just check out how stylishly trend-setting a VTX can be. The variety offered by the VTX1800 is nowhere else found but we expected that from the machine which leaded its class when first introduced. So let’s see what 2008 has to bring.

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The VTX family wouldn’t have been the same without the 1300cc models featuring classic styling and clean lines. Let your gaze take in its beefy 1312cc V-twin and sleek shaft final drive to notice that these bikes are serious about their VTX heritage.

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Like its big brother the VTX1800, Honda’s VTX1300 boasts distinctive classic-cruiser looks plus a muscular, big V-twin engine—all at a value-laden price.

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For riders who want street-rod styling and thundering torque, the VTX1800C offers a distinctive minimalist style.

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A sport custom that boasts performance-cruiser style, the VTX1800F is available in exciting new colors for 2007.

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The VTX1800N is rolling neo-retro art, and is now available in new Metallic Black/Red Custom Art and Dark Red/Red Custom Art.

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Thanks to Honda’s innovative custom-building program available on all VTX1800s, the R-model takes retro custom styling to new extremes.

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New to the line for 2007, the VTX1800T combines retro-custom styling and long-distance-touring amenities in a turnkey package to become Honda’s most powerful V-Twin tourer ever.


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