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2012 Honda Cb1000r on 2040-motos

$10,599
YearYear:2012 MileageMileage:1 ColorColor: BLACK
Location:

Waukesha, Wisconsin

Waukesha, WI
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2012 Honda CB1000R, FACTORY DEMO SALE GOING ON NOW...BRAND NEW BIKE "1" MILE...NEW FACTORY WARRANTY SAVE THOUSANDS WHY BUY USED WHEN NEW IS LESS 2012 Honda CB1000R
The Honda CB1000R has Superbike performance as well as comfortable, with a special chassis and a 998cc engine. Just as comfortable on a long trip as it is confident on the boulevard.

Moto blog

Honda announced a hardcore version of the Africa Twin

Thu, 09 Mar 2017

At the Motodays show in Rome, Honda announced a hardcore version of the Africa Twin, featuring Dakar styling, technical innovations and a price tag that surpasses the exterior of the motorcycle in severity. The Italian division of Honda has comprehensively modified the CRF1000L, giving it the dashing style of an experimental vehicle along the way. There is a pretty good attempt to endow the motorcycle with the features of a Dakar monster.

Honda has applied for a European Vehicle Type Approval for a new model

Fri, 06 Aug 2021

Earlier this year, a Japanese company patented the name and layout of the new NT1100 model. A while later, renderings of what a sports touring car with the engine and transmission from the CRF1100 Africa Twin might look like appeared on the network. Since then, no new information about the appearance of the NT1100 has been leaked, but just the other day it became clear that the model will be presented soon.

2014 Honda CTX700 Recalled in Canada for ABS Issue

Thu, 11 Jul 2013

Transport Canada announced a recall for the new Honda CTX700 because of a manufacturing error in its anti-lock braking system. The Canadian recall applies to both the CTX700N and the partially-faired CTX700T (known simply as the Honda CTX700 in the U.S. market and other markets.) According to the recall notice, the ABS modulator may have been manufactured incorrectly and could potentially fail, allowing the front and/or rear wheels to lock up under heavy braking, increasing the risk of a crash.