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Compact but strong, the Honda FourTrax Recon is a tough ATV that is able to deal well enough even with the tougher terrains.

This 2WD ATV is propelled by a 229 cc, air-cooled, OHV, longitudinally mounted, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine. It is also worthy of being mentioned that the ATV is offered with a choice of two transmissions. The first one is a conventional foot-shift transmission, while the second is Honda’s Electric Shift Program (ESP) which gives you the possibility to thumb-shift using two handlebar buttons.

For enhanced practicality, the ATV is equipped with front and rear steel cargo racks which allow payloads of 33 and 66 pounds, respectively.

The Honda FourTrax Recon weighs 432 pounds (wet) and is fitted with a 2.9 gallons fuel tank.

As far as prices are concerned, the Honda FourTrax Recon can be yours for no less than $3,949 and comes with 1 year limited warranty.

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The Honda FourTrax is one of the toughest ATVs designed by the Japanese company and for 2014 it just became even better.

At the heart of the 2014 Honda FourTrax Foreman 4x4 lies the same 475 cc, liquid cooled, OHV, longitudinally mounted, single cylinder four -stroke engine which is kept in leash by a five speed transmission with reverse. For the 2014 model year, the engine has been slightly tweaked to deliver a better fuel efficiency. The unit is fed by a generous 3.9 Gallons (including 1.3-Gallon reserve).

Another significant improvement made for the new model is the fresh chassis which features a revised suspension stroke. You also get a new front differential lock and redesigned bodywork.

As far as prices are concerned, the Honda FourTrax Foreman 4x4 can be yours for no less than $ 7,099.

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Honda revealed the 2014 iteration of its FourTrax Rancher ATVs. The new version received a comprehensive list of style and technical improvements which make it significantly better than its predecessor.

For the starters, Honda revamped the 420 cc, liquid cooled engine which now delivers a better fuel efficiency. Like always, the single-cylinder engine is mounted longitudinally in the chassis to eliminate as many unnecessary right-angle powertrain directional changes as possible.

Apart from the improved engine, Honda has also changed the entire frame and also modified the suspensions which now offer a longer wheel travel.

The rider’s comfort wasn’t forgotten either, and Honda’s engineers have improved the ATV’s seat and optimized the Electric Power Steering (EPS).

You also get a bigger fuel tank, a new bodywork and fresh color options.

The 2014 Honda FourTrax Rancher is offered with a base price of $5,199.

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If you are searching for a capable middleweight sport bike that is able to keep you adrenaline levels high every time you hit the road, then you should take a closer look at the 2014 Honda CBR600RR.

This sporty motorcycle is loaded with state of the art technologies and every inch of its body was designed for high speed riding.

Talking about technology, the 2014 CBR600RR is equipped with Honda’s Electronic Steering Damper (HESD) system which helps you get first class handling abilities and great low-speed maneuverability.

Power comes from a 599 cc, liquid cooled, inline four cylinder, DOHC engine. The engine needs to deal with a wet weight of 410 pounds and is kept its power is kept in leash by a close ratio six speed transmission.

The base Honda CBR600RR can be yours for $11,490 and if you want the ABS version you’ll have to pay $1000 more.

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On a market that’s growing more and more competitive by the day, Honda’s CB1000 R continues to stay among the top dogs in its segment.

Fitted with a 998 cc, liquid cooled inline four cylinder engine and mated to a close ratio six speed transmission, the 2014 Honda CB1000R is a serious contender to the throne of the superbikes.

The motorcycle’s unit is linked to a four-into-one exhaust system which apart from helping you get first class performances it also looks as good as it sounds.

Honda’s engineers have designed to CB1000R with comfort in mind, therefore it features a special chassis that puts the 998cc engine out front and center, helping you get a more upright riding position.

It is also worthy of being mentioned that the motorcycle weighs only 485 pounds wet and the fuel consumption is rated at 37 mpg.

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The Honda CBR500R is one of the most popular sport bikes found on today’s streets. And there is no wonder why, because it’s reliable, affordable and rewards you with first class performances each time you jump on its back.

This Japanese beauty is propelled by a 471cc, DOHC, liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine with PGM-FI With 34mm throttle bodies. The unit is combined with a six-speed transmission.

This setup is joined by an inverted 41mm fork and a sophisticated chassis with Honda Pro-Link rear suspension 4.1" of wheel travel. The 2014 Honda CBR500R also features front 320mm wave-style disc brakes and 240mm rear units which are ready to deliver a strong stopping power in every situation.

The motorcycle sits on a pair of stylish, aluminum 12-spoke cast wheels shod in 120/70-17 front and 160/60-17 rear tires.

The bike comes with a base price of $5,999 and the ABS model costs $6,499.

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The 2014 Honda CB500F is a modern "naked bike" that offers a perfect compromise between sporty performances and comfort.

The 2014 Honda CB500F is propelled by a 471 cc, liquid cooled parallel-twin powerplant with Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) tuned for loads of right-now power.

The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a diamond-shaped 35mm steel-tube mainframe that is strong yet light helping you get first class performances. The motorcycle also features a Pro-Link rear suspension with nine-stage preload and 4.1" travel which deals great with various bumps.

As far as the stopping power is concerned, the motorcycle is packed with front 320 mm wave-style disc brakes and 240 mm rear which promise to keep you far from trouble.

The standard 2014 Honda CB500F is offered with a base price of $5,499, while the ABS version can be yours for no less than $5,999.

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Honda launched the cheapest motorcycle in its lineup. The new model is called the CG100 and has a price tag of only $ 670 (100,000 Nigerian naira), but unfortunately it is available only on the Nigerian market.

Needles to say, the bike is far from being impressive, as it comes as basic as it can be. But its modest character makes it a great choice for countries like Nigeria where versatile, cheap and efficient motorcycles are highly appreciated for their practicality.
The 2014 Honda CG100 can be easily recognized by its old school style, the square headlight, thin wheels and the one piece seat. The motorcycle’s ride is kept in check by a pretty rudimentary fork and dual rear shocks. You also get full drum brakes and a 110 cc engine.

Honda plans to build 40,000 units each year.

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Over the years, Honda has provided the market with some of the best bikes of this segment, dating back to the original Ninja 900R of the 1980s, to the ZX-11 of the ’90s, and the ZZR 1200 of the the new millennium.

The Honda CBR1000RR SP was already a great sport bike, but with the 2014 model year has just became even better.

Among the improvements made for the new model year you’ll find a new windscreen, a revised riding position and more power. You also get a new Pearl White color scheme.

Power comes from a 999cc, liquid-cooled, inline four-cylinder, DOHC engine which is kept in check by a close-ratio six-speed transmission.

The bike’s core - the frame, engine, and suspension - are all made from the finest materials and built with the sort of high-end technology that Honda has built its name on.

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The iconic Honda CBR1000RR has received a series of modifications for 2014. The new model year comes with a fresh windscreen, a revised riding position and more power.

The motorcycle continues to be propelled by the same 999cc, liquid-cooled, inline four-cylinder, DOHC engine. However, the unit is now able to deliver more power and torque due to the revised cylinder head, exhaust and air intake. Its power is kept in leash by a close ratio six speed transmission.

The engine is mounted on a four-piece aluminum frame which offers a perfect balance between strength, rigidity and lightness.

For enhanced safety, the Honda CBR1000RR is available with a Combined Anti-Lock Braking System (C-ABS) which is the first of its kind offered for a Superbike.

For 2014 the Honda CBR1000RR has also received a new Pearl White finish which is available both for the standard and ABS models.

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