Honda revives its classic sport-touring platform with the return of its VFR800F Interceptor ($14,473.95 as tested). Powered by a purring and super-efficient V-Four engine, the new VFR gets sleeker body panels, wheels and instrumentation, as well as a reworked cooling and exhaust system.
Honda ups its game in the small displacement sportbike segment with its 2015 CBR300R, which features more juice than the outgoing CBR250R and styling to match its larger CBR siblings.
Honda targets the suspension and power delivery of its 2015 CRF250R motocrosser. But do the updates equate to a improved 250 MX package?
After a multi-year hiatus from Honda's US line-up, the VFR Interceptor returns to the American market with notable revisions in 2014. See how the new iteration fares on road in this First Ride.
Positioned between Honda's newbie-friendly CBR500R and racy CBR600RR, the CBR650F bridges the gap between the two with emphasis on street performance and comfort.
Honda has issued a recall for approximately 126,000 Gold Wing motorcycles for issues related to the secondary master cylinder on its brakes.
Honda revealed more details on its 2015 lineup, including a 40th Anniversary Edition Gold Wing and new color options on a number of its cruisers.
Honda returns its Race Replica Montesa Cota 4RT Repsol Edition Trials bike in 2015, along with a new Cota 4RT 260.
American Honda announces the all-new CB300F, a naked standard version of its forthcoming CBR300R, making use of the same 286cc Single.
Honda introduces new EFI/ignition mapping options on its 2015 CRF450R and CRF250R motocrossers, as well as a host of other upgrades to keep the roost flying.