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2014 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

US $6,950.00
YearYear:2014 MileageMileage:2 ColorColor: BLACK
Location:

Waukesha, Wisconsin, United States

Waukesha, Wisconsin, United States
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Honda CB tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,140 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle has an existing warranty TypeType:Cruiser For Sale ByFor Sale By:Dealer

Honda CB description

2014 HONDA CB1100 MOTORCYCLE BLACK NEW 100029
RETAIL $10,399.00  NOW $6950.00


THIS IS A NEW 2014 HONDA CB1100. BLACK WITH CHROME FENDER, GIVES IT A TIMELESS LOOK.

Back in 1969, Honda®’s legendary CB750K0 changed the world of motorcycling forever. Powerful, technologically advanced, flawlessly built, it instantly redefined what a motorcycle could be.

And you can say the same about the new CB1100. Same engine architecture, except now it displaces a full 1140cc and offers fuel injection, and much more. Same, timeless style, but updated with contemporary accents. It’s a bike a whole new generation of riders is going to appreciate.

Timeless Look. Modern Performance
With its exposed, air-cooled engine, steel chassis, minimal bodywork and standard riding position, the CB1100 looks like a modern classic. But one ride will tell you this is a totally modern machine, with great handling and plenty of power. That's the Honda® way - combining innovation and performance with style and function.

Transverse-Four Engine
With an engine this size, you get power everywhere—enough to go on a spirited street ride, an hour-long cruise, or carry a passenger with ease. Smooth, powerful, compact, and free-revving, Honda®’s inline fours set the standard in the class. The new CB1100’s engine displaces 1140cc and features air cooling for a timeless look—why hide it under a fairing

Steel Chassis
There’s something about a good, twin-loop full-cradle steel chassis in basic black that not only looks great, but offers plenty of modern chassis geometry too. You’ll find the new CB1100 handles as well as it looks.

Polished Aluminum Engine Covers
The polished aluminum accents on the CB1100 are more expensive, but are an example of the quality, design, and detail that make the CB1100 a uniquely premium motorcycle.

41mm Front Fork
A traditional design, the 41mm fork features spring preload adjustability and is plenty strong for sporty rides and, along with the wide bar, gives the CB1100 a light feel around town.

PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE DEALER DOC FEE OF $186.50. WISCONSIN RESIDENTS TAX AND REGISTRATION.

THANK YOU FOR SHOPPING WITH US!


262-955-6545

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