2020 Honda Motorcycle Guide

Introducing the new 2020 Honda Motorcycle Guide.

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Supersport

– 2020 Honda CBR1000RR

– 2020 Honda CBR1000RR ABS

– 2020 Honda CBR1000RR SP

– 2020 Honda CBR600RR ABS

– 2020 Honda CBR600RR

– 2020 Honda CBR650R – New model

– 2020 Honda CBR650R ABS – New model

– 2020 Honda CBR500R – Revised (USA, Europe)

– 2020 Honda CBR500R ABS – Revised (USA, Canada)

– 2020 Honda CBR300R

– 2020 Honda CBR300R ABS

 

 

Neo-Sports Cafe

– 2020 Honda CB1000R ABS

– 2020 Honda CB650R – New model

– 2020 Honda CB650R ABS – New model

– 2020 Honda CB300R – New model

– 2020 Honda CB300R ABS – New model

 

 

Sport / Naked

– 2020 Honda CB500F

– 2020 Honda CB500F ABS

 

 

Touring

– 2020 Honda Gold Wing

– 2020 Honda Gold Wing Automatic DCT

– 2020 Honda Gold Wing Tour

– 2020 Honda Gold Wing Tour Automatic DCT

– 2020 Honda Gold Wing Tour Airbag Automatic DCT

 

 

Cruiser

– 2020 Honda Shadow Phantom

– 2020 Honda Rebel 500

– 2020 Honda Rebel 500 ABS

– 2020 Honda Rebel 300

– 2020 Honda Rebel 300 ABS

 

 

Chopper

– 2020 Honda Fury

– 2020 Honda Fury ABS

 

 

Adventure

– 2020 Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports DCT

– 2020 Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports

– 2020 Honda Africa Twin DCT

– 2020 Honda Africa Twin

– 2020 Honda NC750X DCT

– 2020 Honda NC750X

– 2020 Honda XR650L

– 2020 Honda CB500X – Revised

– 2020 Honda CB500X ABS – Revised

 

 

MiniMOTO

– 2020 Honda Monkey – New model

– 2020 Honda Monkey ABS – New model

– 2020 Honda Super Cub C125 ABS – New model

– 2020 Honda Grom

– 2020 Honda Grom ABS

 

 

Dual Sport

– 2020 Honda XR650L

– 2020 Honda CRF450L – New model

– 2020 Honda CRF250L ABS – New model

– 2020 Honda CRF250L – New model

– 2020 Honda CRF250L Rally ABS – New model

– 2020 Honda CRF250L Rally – New model

 

 

Concept Bikes

– 2020 Honda Neo Sports Cafe Concept – New model

 

 

Scooters

– 2020 Honda Ruckus

– 2020 Honda Metropolitan

– 2020 Honda PCX150 – New model

– 2020 Honda PCX150 ABS – New model

 

 

Trail

– 2020 Honda CRF450X – New model

– 2020 Honda CRF250F – New model

– 2020 Honda CRF230F

– 2020 Honda CRF125F – Revised

– 2020 Honda CRF125FB Big Wheel – Revised

– 2020 Honda CRF110F – Revised

– 2020 Honda CRF50F

 

 

Competition

– 2020 Honda CRF450RWE – New model

– 2020 Honda CRF450R

– 2020 Honda CRF450RX – New model

– 2020 Honda CRF250R

– 2020 Honda CRF250RX – New model

– 2020 Honda CRF150R

– 2020 Honda CRF150RB Expert

 

 

 

From the Manufacturer

Honda to Bring Monkey and Super Cub C125 to U.S. Market

Fun, retro-styled models appeal to broad array of customers

During a special welcome dinner at the popular Smoky Mountain Crawl rally, American Honda announced this evening that the Monkey and Super Cub C125 ABS models will be made available to U.S. customers for the 2020 model year. First unveiled in concept form last September at the Tokyo Motor Show, the models are both closely based on iconic motorcycles from Honda’s past, and are the latest examples of the company’s aptitude for developing pocket-sized motorcycles that capture the fancy of enthusiastic subcultures. Preceded by cherished models like the Mini Trail, the Z50, and more recently the Grom, the Monkey and Super Cub C125 are set to honor Honda’s heritage and define new lifestyles while appealing to a broad spectrum of riders.

“Since our ‘You Meet the Nicest People’ campaign of the ’60s, Honda has produced fun, confidence-inspiring models that attract new customers to the joy of motorcycling, while introducing new ways for existing enthusiasts to express themselves and interact,” said Lee Edmunds, American Honda’s Manager of Motorcycle Marketing Communications. “With the 2020 Monkey and Super Cub C125, ‘The Power of Nice’ returns. We’re continuing the tradition of offering American customers machines that are simultaneously nostalgic and up-to-date, and that beg to be ridden and personalized. We’re eager to see how our customers use these bikes to extend ‘The Power of Nice’ to the next generation.”

MONKEY
Beginning with a Japanese amusement-park ride, Honda’s 58-year history with the “Monkey” has seen the Z series capture the hearts of generations the world over, offering enjoyable, accessible mobility through a likable design, tiny dimensions, and low weight. Today, the desire for an easy-to-handle motorcycle that puts smiles on faces is alive and well. A master of fun, the 2020 Monkey builds on that passion, while opening the door to the next generation of enthusiasts. The classic Monkey style provides the cues: simple, curved surfaces, and a trapezoid silhouette highlighting the compact length. The glossy fuel tank, finished in the same color as the frame, swingarm, and shocks, crowns the machine, and proudly wears a historical 3-D “Old Wing”-design Honda logo. Chrome steel high-mount fenders—plus the evocatively stamped exhaust shield, circular mirrors, and high-rise handlebar—all pay homage to the original. The Monkey is powered by a modern, reliable 125cc single-cylinder four-stroke engine, and is available with ABS brakes.

SUPER CUB C125 ABS
Since the 1958 introduction of the first Super Cub C100 (one year before the launch of the American Honda Motor Company), the iconic model and its descendants have enticed armies of new riders to motorcycling, its approachable, stylish design and utilitarian performance altering people’s understanding of riding. A social phenomenon, the Super Cub even inspired a Beach Boys song, its worldwide popularity carrying it to a production milestone of 100 million units in 2017, making it the highest-selling motor vehicle in the world. Although U.S. importation of the model ended in 1974, American Honda is offering the 2020 Super Cub C125 ABS in celebration of its 60th anniversary. Featuring classic Super Cub styling with an S-letter silhouette and step-through design, the little motorcycle has a fuel-efficient and quiet 125cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine, fuel injection, a comfortable seat, and ABS brakes.

 

 

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