Honda unveiled three new models at the International Motorcycle, Scooter and Bike Fair in Cologne, Germany. Several new colours made their debut as well.
The Honda NSC50R is a new 50cc scooter specially aimed at young customers with its combination of fuel economy, Honda build quality, and aggressive looks.
The Honda CB1000 is powered by an air-cooled, inline four-cylinder engine and now makes its long-awaited European debut after enjoying much success in Japan and Australia. With timeless styling and engaging performance, it will certainly attract a fair share of riders.
As for the Honda CRF450 Rally, which is based on the CRF450X, it's the first factory-backed Honda motorcycle to enter the Dakar rally since 1989.
The Japanese manufacturer also announced new graphics and a matte black look for the Crosstourer Special Edition, a new version of the popular Tricolore colour scheme on the CBR1000RR as well as matte white versions of the CB600F and CB1000R.
Canadian availability remains unknown for now.
|2013 Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade (Photo: Honda)