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– 2024 Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP Carbon Edition” – New model
– 2024 Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP” – New model
– 2024 Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade” – New model
– 2024 Honda CBR1000RR ABS – (USA)
– 2024 Honda CBR1000RR – (USA)
– 2024 Honda CBR600RR ABS” – New model
– 2024 Honda CBR600RR – (USA)
– 2024 Honda CBR650R E-Clutch” – New model
– 2024 Honda CB1000R
– 2024 Honda CB1000R Black Edition
– 2024 Honda CB1000 Hornet” – New model (Europe)
– 2024 Honda CB750 Hornet – (Europe)
– 2024 Honda CB650R E-Clutch” – New model
– 2024 Honda CB500 Hornet” – New model (Europe)
– 2024 Honda CB500F
– 2024 Honda CL500 – (Europe)
– 2024 Honda Shadow Phantom – (USA)
– 2024 Honda Shadow Phantom ABS – New model (USA)
– 2024 Honda Shadow Aero – (USA)
– 2024 Honda Shadow Aero ABS – (USA)
– 2024 Honda Rebel 500 – (USA)
– 2024 Honda Rebel 300 – (USA)
– 2024 Honda Fury – (USA)
– 2024 Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports
– 2024 Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports DCT
– 2024 Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports ES
– 2024 Honda Africa Twin ES DCT” – New model
– 2024 Honda Africa Twin ES” – New model
– 2024 Honda XL750 Transalp – New model
– 2024 Honda XR650L – (USA)
– 2024 Honda CB500X
– 2024 Honda NX500” – New model
– 2024 Honda SC e: Concept – New model
– 2024 Honda Giorno – (Canada)
– 2024 Honda Grom SP – New model
– 2024 Honda XR650L – (USA)
– 2024 Honda CRF450RL
– 2024 Honda ADV160 – New model
– 2024 Honda Metropolitan – (USA)
– 2024 Honda CRF450X – (USA)
– 2024 Honda CRF450R-S – (USA)
Notes: ” European Specs only, ^ Canada Specs only
From Total Motorcycle – 2024 Honda Motorcycle Guide
Honda Confirms All-New XL750 Transalp for U.S. Market
New model delivers all-around mid-size ADV Performance
In an announcement today, American Honda revealed that the highly anticipated XL750 Transalp is coming to the U.S. market for the 2024 model year. Originally introduced in 1986, the Transalp touts a rich heritage in the adventure category, where it is renowned for its ability to perform on the pavement and explore past the road’s end. Carrying this same ethos, the new-generation Transalp has been a hit in the European market over the past few months, and now U.S. customers will be able to enjoy this versatile, middleweight ADV platform.
“As the adventure category continues to thrive and evolve, customers are more eager than ever to get out and explore,” said Brandon Wilson, American Honda Manager of Racing & Experiential Marketing. “The all-new, midsize XL750 Transalp joins Honda’s iconic Africa Twin and pocket-adventurer CB500X to complete our popular True Adventure lineup, ready to deliver unforgettable outdoor experiences to U.S. ADV enthusiasts from coast to coast.”
In addition to announcing the new Transalp, American Honda confirmed that the CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP returns for the 2023 model year. With countless racing accolades to its credit, the Fireblade represents the pinnacle of Honda’s sport-bike range. Purpose-built for circuit racing, its highly refined engine package and cutting-edge technology are a testament to Honda’s commitment to racing and performance.
2024 XL750 Transalp
Around town or around the world, Honda’s brand-new XL750 Transalp carries the adventure forward from the iconic original, ready for a fresh generation of riders looking to travel wherever the road leads. The new-generation Transalp is friendly but tough—perfect for extended touring trips, as well as the urban cut and thrust, and all points in between. It’s at home slicing through a mountain pass or kicking up dust on rough dirt trails, and it adds to the formula a high-performance engine, all-new design and the equipment level that modern riders demand. The versatile Transalp can be fine-tuned for specific applications with Honda accessory collections that include Adventure, Touring, City and Comfort options.
American Honda Introduces New SCL500 and Updated Shadow Phantom
New SCL500 pairs retro “scrambler” styling with modern on-road performance
Shadow Phantom cruiser receives updates to performance and styling
ADV160 receives new engine, replaces ADV150
Shadow Aero, PCX and Grom return
American Honda today announced that the new SCL500 “scrambler”-style motorcycle is coming to the U.S. market. The SCL500 is a nod to Honda’s rich history, dating all the way back to the 1960s when the CL72 and CL77 were offered. Based on the Rebel 500 platform, the SCL500 combines modern ride quality and comfort with authentic retro styling, and delivers the result at an attractive price.
At the same time, Honda announced the return of several other models, many of which have received notable improvements. The bobber-style Shadow Phantom cruiser benefits from styling and performance upgrades, while its classic cruiser counterpart, the Shadow Aero, returns with a new color. Known for its versatility, the renamed ADV160 scooter delivers even greater capability, with updates focused on power, efficiency and comfort. The category-defining Grom miniMOTO enters its 10th year of production and continues to lead the way with new colors. Meanwhile, the PCX continues to set the bar for scooters, with comfortable, convenient, reliable around-town transportation.
“More than any manufacturer, Honda has consistently demonstrated an ability to deliver fun, retro motorcycles that scratch a nostalgic itch while offering the performance and reliability for which Honda is so well known,” said Brandon Wilson, American Honda Manager of Sports & Experiential. “That’s the case with the all-new SCL500, and we’re confident it will be a hit with American customers. We’re also pleased to confirm the return of existing cruiser, scooter and miniMOTO models, several of which tout important improvements. Together, this collection of machines serves as a reminder of Honda’s versatility in the powersports market.”
Harkening back to the early ’60s, when simple, stripped-down motorcycles like Honda’s CL72 came on the scene, the all-new SCL500 features all the key “scrambler” styling elements—upright riding position, high-routed exhaust, block tires, ample suspension travel and a retro aesthetic—in an approachable package and at an attractive price. Leveraging the 500cc parallel-twin engine that has proven so successful in models like the Rebel 500, the retro-inspired SCL500 is light and nimble, making it a casual, fun entry for a broad swath of customers, from new riders to more seasoned enthusiasts. Because personalization is vital to many fans of this genre, a wide range of Honda Accessories is offered for the SCL500, enabling owners to customize their rides as they see fit.
2024 Shadow Phantom
Few V-twin cruisers can measure up to the clean, understated style and rock-solid reliability of the Shadow Phantom. For the 2024 model year, this cruiser icon takes it to the next level with updates to its quintessential bobber styling, along with improved performance. With a two-tone gas tank, new handlebar, handlebar clamps, headlight cover, air-cleaner cover, display instruments, turn signals and machine-cut cylinder-head fins, this cruiser’s appearance is only more timeless than that of its predecessor. In addition, an updated single seat provides comfort for long, relaxed rides, and a passenger seat and footpegs are offered for those who want to bring a plus-one along for the ride. A new ABS version is available for the new model year, and both trim levels receive a rear disc brake. To top it off, the Shadow Phantom is built with Honda’s unmatched durability, quality and reliability, giving owners the peace of mind to enjoy the sense of freedom that only a V-twin cruiser can provide. (Note: non-ABS version not available in California.)
2024 Shadow Aero
A true classic, the Shadow Aero combines the signature long, low cruiser look with modern engineering and performance. For the 2024 model year, this popular cruiser is updated with new colors and a new disc rear brake for the standard version, a feature that was previously reserved for the ABS trim level. The low-slung seat and pullback handlebar offer a relaxed riding position, while the large front fender, chrome components, spoke wheels and V-twin engine contribute to its perennial styling. Thanks to sensible features like programmed fuel injection and a shaft final drive, the Shadow Aero lives up to Honda’s reputation for reliability and ease of ownership. (Note: non-ABS version not available in California.)
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