2021 Honda VFR1200X Crosstourer Released

Big exciting news from Honda; the 2016 Honda VFR1200X Crosstourer will finally release this vehicle in 2016, with the estimation in the first or second quarter of the year. This bike is an adventure-touring vehicle– it has already been launched in European countries. Some rumors say that this bike contains some of Honda’s specs from various past bike series. When it comes to color options, Pearl Black is the official color of this upcoming series. The details about the complete color options remains under wraps until the full completion phase, the official release date is around May 2016. This vehicle is built for long-distance riding experiences with its solid construction.


2016 Honda VFR1200X Crosstourer Black Color

Black Color

As previously mentioned, this series from Honda joins specs from previous models, and they are including some specs from the 2016 Honda Africa Twin. However, this Africa will be another Honda production that accompanies the VFR variant. For the body, this series will have three different color options such as Red, white, and light gray. This one is the off-road bike that sits on 998 cc displacement with two cylinders engine and Unicam, along with the 270-degree crankshaft. It has the output power of around 94 HP and torque at 98 Nm, and it will have a gearbox with six-speed transmission. With the new 5 gallon capacity in the fuel tank compartment – this motorcycle can speed down 400 km, a distance equal to 248.5 miles. For power, the VFR variant has 1237cc with 16 valves.

Furthermore, this new 2016 Honda VFR1200X Crosstourer will have the same six-speed transmission as its upcoming siblings and have the PGM-FI Electronic Fuel Injection. For the final note, this bike has an Enclosed Shaft. For the fuel tank storage, this bike will have extra capacity that can store up to 5.66 gallons. Therefore, the riding experience will be smooth and exhilarating. Surprisingly, the news just came in that this vehicle will perform in the Tokyo Motor Show in the upcoming months.

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