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2000 Honda Gl1500c on 2040-motos

$4,700
YearYear:2000 MileageMileage:0
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Vero Beach, Florida

Vero Beach, FL
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2000 Honda GL1500C, Super clean low miles, Honda Valkyrie. 2nd owner has had since 2006. Chrome and paint are clean, RECENT SERVICE, NO ISSUES AT ALL. Boogie Lights, Hard saddle bags, highway bars, cup holder, Ostrich seat and backrest, vista cruise, windshield and more. Only 19,000 miles. As with all our bikes, she is detailed, inspected and road ready. No dealer fees, no pac fees, just another great ride from Aloha.772-562-3528

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2010 Honda SH150i

Tue, 14 Apr 2009

The Honda SH150i has been a big seller in Europe for years and will finally be coming to the U.S. in May. Honda might be arriving a year late, missing the huge demand from last years gas spike and is a little pricey at $4,499 considering you can get a Kawasaki Ninja 250R for $500 less.

Hero MotoCorp Launches 125cc Ignitor in India

Tue, 03 Jul 2012

Hero MotoCorp has launched the Ignitor, a 125cc premium model based on the CBF Stunner from former partner turned rival Honda. The Ignitor is one of the final models Hero will produce with technology licensed from Honda, and it is expected to bridge the gap before Hero introduces its own new models (with help from a gentleman named Erik Buell.) Like the Stunner, the Hero Ignitor is powered by a 125cc single-cylinder engine. Both models claim 11hp and 8 ft-lb., but the Ignitor reaches its peak torque at 5000 rpm while the Stunner has to spin up to 6500 rpm.

New Delhi Auto Expo 2012 – Motorcycle Manufacturers Draw Battle Lines for World’s Second Largest Market

Mon, 09 Jan 2012

In past years, the biennial Auto Expo in India slipped under the radar while the industry was focused more on shows such as EICMA in Italy and Intermot in Germany. But with India’s middle class starting to flex its financial muscle while other markets continue to struggle, the New Delhi show is becoming much more prominent, with major OEMs positioning themselves to claim a piece of the India’s 13 million vehicles-a-year market. We’ve already looked at India-produced Royal Enfield’s new Thunderbird 500 and Hero Moto’s hybrid scooter concept which debuted at the Auto Expo, and today we’ll look at what the major international OEMs presented.