Honda Sports Touring Range
In 2012 the engine was updated to offer even greater performance, with significantly more refined torque between 2000rpm and 4000rpm. Changes to the PGM-FI fuel injection system, combined with increased tank capacity, meant the VFR1200F can now travel further on a single tank of petrol. The optional Dual Clutch Transmission was improved, with new functionalities. The adoption of a reassuring Traction Control System and along with a more comfortable seating position, further enhance the bike’s all-round capabilities. For 2015 a new white colour scheme has been added.
The legendary VFR800F has sharp, contemporary looks, telescopic fork, Pro-arm swingarm, wheels and for 2017 a revised exhaust system and addition of a STD Power socket.
Other features include adjustable seat height, standard-fit Traction Control System, ABS, heated grips and Honda’s unique new self-cancelling indicators. 10kg lighter than the previous model, with the engine re-tuned for greater low and mid-range torque.
Two factors were key drivers for Honda’s engineers in updating the VFR800F – firstly, to retain and expand the essential VFR qualities that inspire so many, and, secondly, to update the new model with modern features and technologies.
Honda Grom 2019
The word GROM conjures thoughts of enjoyment and fun. An instant cult classic, it has captured the hearts and throttle hands of riders of all sizes and ability levels around the globe.
A major portion of its charm is due to its diminutive stature, which is friendly to new riders, offers nimble handling and is an absolute blast. The pint-size Grom’s lightweight feel and peppy power band contribute to its broad appeal, while the big-bike-inspired styling turns heads in every environment.
Single-cylinder 125cc SOHC four-stroke engine packs a perfect blend of performance with impressive fuel efficiency plus accessible and fun all-around ability. The engine uses low-friction technology such as an offset cylinder and a roller rocker arm for the valve gear.