The Honda Shadow Phantom is certainly the best Shadow in Honda’s lineup. The basic Shadow was already a tasty looking motorcycle, but the Phantom comes with a series of design improvements which make it truly stunning.
We especially like the blacked-out 745cc V-twin engine and black rims sporting matte silver highlights. Not to mention about the dual exhaust pipes that not only look great but also sound similarly great.
Needless to say that the motorcycle was designed with comfort in mind, so the low seat height, the lean back handlebar and the perfectly placed foot rests are working together to reward you with a relaxed riding position.
The ride is kept in check by a 41mm fork (4.6 inches travel) paired with rear dual shocks with five-position spring-preload adjustability (3.5 inches travel).
The Honda Shadow Phantom is offered with a starting price of $8240.
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It is said that “classic never gets old” and this quote is absolutely true when it comes to motorcycles. Thereby, Honda is looking many times back to the past when it starts to design a new motorcycle and the end result is almost every time a small work of art.
The same thing is true for the Honda Shadow Aero, which is a classic cruiser that offers a perfect combination between the old school style and the modern design trends. The most notable design cues are the spoked wheels, full fenders and the long, chromed mufflers. We also like the “lean back” handlebars and the shiny case of the headlight.
When it comes to power, the Honda Shadow Aero is equipped with a 745cc V-twin, 52 degrees V-twin engine specially tuned for low-revving torque. The engine’s power is kept in leash by a wide-ratio five-speed transmission that is perfectly suited for both low and high speeds.
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With its big dimensions, the muscular design and the classic cruiser attitude, the 2013 Honda Shadow Spirit 750 demands instant respect every time it passes down the street.
As far as ergonomics are concerned the motorcycle was carefully designed to reward its rider with a relaxed riding position. Therefore, once on board, you are greeted by a pretty sporty handlebar, a tank-mounted gauge and a low 25.7-inch seat height.
The bike is built around a 745cc, liquid-cooled, 52-degree, V-twin, engine with PGM-FI induction. The engine’s power is sent to the rear wheel through a wide-ratio, five-speed transmission.
The ride quality is kept under control by a 41.0mm front fork (4.5-inch travel) and rear dual shocks with five-position spring-preload adjustability (3.5-inch travel).
The Honda Shadow Spirit comes with a price tag of $8,240.
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If you are searching for a tough and reliable workhorse, then you should take a closer look at the Honda Pioneer 700-4.
This capable vehicle can transport up to four passengers, features a rugged and solid construction and is fitted with a long list of features which improve its practicality.
The vehicle is perfect for both work and recreation and its convertible rear seating design makes it more versatile than many of its rivals.
At the heart if this small mechanical beast lies a 700cc, liquid-cooled, OHV single-cylinder, four-stroke, engine with Electronic fuel injection (PGM-FI). Thanks to its capable engine the Honda Pioneer 700-4 has a maximum cargo capacity of 1,000 lbs. and a towing capacity of 1500 lbs.
The vehicle rides on a set of massive wheels which together with the 10.5 inches of wheel travel help you tackle any type of terrain with poise.
The Honda Pioneer 700-4 is available in three colors namely Red, Olive or Phantom Camo.
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Meet the new Honda Elite, a modern scooter built for urban use that is ready to deal with anything you ask of it.
Like most scooters of its kind, the Honda Elite was designed with comfort in mind; thereby you get a plush seat that can accommodate two people, a spacious underseat storage place, a glove compartment and a modern handlebar.
In terms of power, the Honda Elite is propelled by an all-new 108 cc, liquid cooled, fuel injected, four stroke engine. The engine is mated on Honda’s V-Matic transmission which offers an average fuel consumption of only 106 MPG.
The stopping power is assured by a modern Combined Braking System (CBS) that features a 190mm front disc and hydraulic dual-piston caliper linked with a rear drum brake.
The Honda Elite is offered with a starting price of $ 2,999.
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Honda revealed its new SH150i, a practical daily commuter designed for urban use. At the heart of the scooter lies a fuel injected 153 cc four stroke engine paired with Honda’s V-matic transmission. The engine is fed by a decently sized 1.8 gallons (including 0.5-gallon reserve) fuel tank. Like any respectable scooter, the Honda SH150i puts efficiency on top of its priorities list rewarding you with an average fuel consumption of only 91 MPG.
As far as style goes, the Honda SH150i features a distinctive design language that underlines its practical character. We especially like the spacious saddle that offers space for up to two people and the ergonomically designed handlebar which is fitted with a modern instrument panel.
The scooter rides on relatively big 16 inch wheels which are kept in check by Honda’s modern Combined Braking System (CBS).
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Honda is already famous for its reliability and each model in its lineup further enhances its reputation. The FourTrax Rancher AT makes no exception and delivers great overall performances together with first class ergonomics and efficiency.
In terms of power, the Honda FourTrax Rancher AT is propelled by a tough 420 cc, liquid cooled, OHV, semi-dry-sump, longitudinally mounted, single cylinder, four stroke engine mated on a convenient automatic five speed transmission with twin clutch.
To help you tackle any track with maximum agility, the Honda FourTrax Rancher AT is equipped with a useful Electronic Power Steering (EPS) and a capable Independent Rear Suspension (IRS).
The Honda FourTrax Rancher AT’s speed is kept under control by a front dual hydraulic disc paired with a rear single hydraulic disc.
The 2013 Honda FourTrax Rancher AT is offered with a starting price of $ 7099.
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The Honda FourTrax Recon was created from Honda’s desire to build a compact, efficient and tough ATV. Moreover, the Honda FourTrax Recon is also pretty cheap as it comes at pretty affordable price rated at $3949.
In terms of power the Honda FourTrax Recon is equipped with a 229cc, air cooled, OHV longitudinally, mounted, single-cylinder, four-stroke engine which is linked to a five speed transmission with reverse mode. There is also available the optional Electric Shift Program (ESP) technology that lets you shift using two handlebar-mounted buttons.
In its off road adventures, the Honda FourTrax Recon is also helped by a set of rugged suspensions. Up front you’ll find an independent double wishbone setup (5.1 inches travel), while out back there is swingarm with single shock (4.9 inches travel).
The stopping power is assured by front and rear drum brakes.
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In the latest years the demand for custom motorcycles has grown bigger than ever, so there is no wonder why Honda decided to join the race. Fortunately it models are as good we expected to be, but one of its most popular custom models is the Fury – a complete motorcycle wrapped in a tasty design language and fitted with a long list of modern features.
At the heart of this beauty lies an imposing 1312cc V-twin, PGM-FI engine which sends its power to the rear wheel through a five-speed transmission.
Like any respectable Honda bike, the Fury offers excellent ergonomics, rewarding its rider with a big, sculpted seat, a comfortable handlebar and a non intrusive fuel tank.
As far as brakes are concerned, the Honda Fury is equipped with a single 336 mm disc with twin-piston caliper up front and a rear single 296 mm disc with single-piston caliper.
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The Honda Rebel may not be as good looking as its more upscale siblings, but certainly has what it needs to make you look cool while riding it.
As far as looks are concerned, the Rebel features a timeless design with a fat rear tyre, a big headlight and an old school fuel tank. On the comfort side of things, the Honda Rebel rewards you with a spacious saddle and a modern handlebar which offer a pretty relaxed riding position.
The bike is built around a 234 cc four stroke twin engine which offers a decent amount of power and is paired with a smooth five speed transmission.
One of the biggest advantages offered by the Rebel is its fuel consumption which is rated at only 86 mpg.
The bike rides on a 33mm front fork (4.6 inches of wheel travel) and rear dual shocks with five-position spring-preload adjustability (2.9 inches of wheel travel).
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