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2013 Honda Vfr1200f on 2040-motos

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YearYear:2013 MileageMileage:0
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Fontana, California

Fontana, CA
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2013 Honda VFR1200F, The Bike of Tomorrow - Today.Where do you even start with a machine like Honda???s revolutionary VFR1200F? Here???s a machine that showcases innovation and technology like a motorcycle transported from the future. Start with its super-compact Unicam? design 1,237 cc V4 engine, fueled by Honda???s first-ever Throttle By Wire system. Traction Control? You bet. And together with Honda???s Combined Braking with standard ABS, that makes the VFR one of our most impressive machines when it comes to dealing with challenging traction under acceleration or braking.

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