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Old 02-09-2013, 08:19 AM   #301
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Honda Australia has announced pricing - http://www.bikesales.com.au/news/roa...-pricing-34961

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Cbf 7290 (abs standard)
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Playing those abs tricks again with the cbr... Why not have abs standard?
It probably depends on what the market wants. In the Netherlands Honda has ABS standard on pretty much every new bike they are offering.
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Old 02-09-2013, 09:43 AM   #302
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It probably depends on what the market wants. In the Netherlands Honda has ABS standard on pretty much every new bike they are offering.
Same in the UK. In fact isn't it going to be compulsory on all bikes by 2017?
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Old 02-09-2013, 10:32 AM   #303
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Same in the UK. In fact isn't it going to be compulsory on all bikes by 2017?
I think so yeah, although the exact regulations for them havn't been made yet.

Last thing I know is that they are looking how to exclude offroad bikes and stuff from the mandatory ABS, which is a big + if you ask me.
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Old 02-09-2013, 11:36 AM   #304
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Playing those abs tricks again with the cbr... Why not have abs standard?
In the US, pricing is

CBF 4999 , ABS $500 option
CBR 5499, ABS $500 option
CBX TBD, ABS $500 option

It flies in the face of their NC700X pricing here, which is only available with a manual trans and no ABS for $6999 or with DCT and ABS for $8999. We don't get the NC700S or the scooter version.

FWIW, ABS is a $500 option on the CBR250R as well. Honda has really led the way with ABS options on smaller bikes here.
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Old 02-09-2013, 03:04 PM   #305
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In the US, pricing is

CBF 4999 , ABS $500 option
CBR 5499, ABS $500 option
CBX TBD, ABS $500 option

It flies in the face of their NC700X pricing here, which is only available with a manual trans and no ABS for $6999 or with DCT and ABS for $8999. We don't get the NC700S or the scooter version.

FWIW, ABS is a $500 option on the CBR250R as well. Honda has really led the way with ABS options on smaller bikes here.
On the 2013 700 Honda raised the base price $500 and lowered the ABS/DCT price $500 so that it's now $7,499/$8,499 and a bit more in line.
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Old 02-10-2013, 01:12 PM   #306
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In the US, pricing is

CBF 4999 , ABS $500 option
CBR 5499, ABS $500 option
CBX TBD, ABS $500 option

It flies in the face of their NC700X pricing here, which is only available with a manual trans and no ABS for $6999 or with DCT and ABS for $8999. We don't get the NC700S or the scooter version.

FWIW, ABS is a $500 option on the CBR250R as well. Honda has really led the way with ABS options on smaller bikes here.
all ive seen is cb-f 5499. , cb-r 5999. , cb-x tbd .
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Old 02-10-2013, 02:40 PM   #307
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why is it taking Honda so long to decide the price on the X ? I would think it would be the same as the R.
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Old 02-11-2013, 02:30 AM   #308
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Thats about what I am hoping. Quite strange though.
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Old 02-11-2013, 06:25 AM   #309
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why is it taking Honda so long to decide the price on the X ? I would think it would be the same as the R.
That is a bit of a mystery. They may be gauging public interest and response to help them decide. If it has parts the other two don't, then they may have to charge more. It does have a longer travel suspension. I am very anxious to see what kind of real world economy these bikes get.
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That is a bit of a mystery. They may be gauging public interest and response to help them decide. If it has parts the other two don't, then they may have to charge more. It does have a longer travel suspension. I am very anxious to see what kind of real world economy these bikes get.
I think the tank on the X is bigger too, but I could be wrong. If it gets close to the 76mpg (imperial) that Honda claim, then I guess we're looking at a 250-275 mile tank range, maybe a bit more. For half what it costs to fill something like an 1150GSA for about the same mileage.
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Old 02-11-2013, 07:45 AM   #311
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I think the tank on the X is bigger too, but I could be wrong. If it gets close to the 76mpg (imperial) that Honda claim, then I guess we're looking at a 250-275 mile tank range, maybe a bit more. For half what it costs to fill something like an 1150GSA for about the same mileage.
The 500X has a 4.5 gallon (US) tank. The 700X has a 3.7 gallon (US) tank. That is 21% more fuel capacity for the 500X.
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Old 02-11-2013, 08:03 AM   #312
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The 500X has a 4.5 gallon (US) tank. The 700X has a 3.7 gallon (US) tank. That is 21% more fuel capacity for the 500X.
That fuel/range combo has me seriously looking at the 500X now. I was already interested in the 500F but the longer suspension travel and wind protection has peaked my interest as well.

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^ +1 on that. Give me a little more than 3.7 gallons.
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Even the NC700X has more range then like 90% of motorcycles out there..

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Old 02-11-2013, 08:36 AM   #315
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Even the NC700X has more range then like 90% of motorcycles out there..

You're pushing it.
There's no reason why my Ninja 250 (A design from the 80's) can have a 4 gallon tank from the factory but a new 500cc adventure bike can't match that or up it in some way. 4.5 gallons is a good start.

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