Honda VFR1200X Crosstourer

Honda VFR1200X Crosstourer 1 Honda VFR1200X Crosstourer
Honda has presented in Milan the new Crosstourer, a motorcycle designed to offer the sensations of a sports tourer with a position of upright and comfortable driving with the maneuverability of an adventure. In addition, this version includes automatic change of double clutch.

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The characteristics of the Crosstourer are the same as the 1,237 VFR1200Fcc V4, but optimized for a higher thrust at low and mid-range. According to the brand engine delivers 130 HP of power to 7,750 rpm and 126 Nm of torque 6,500 rpm. Mechanics is docked to the automatic transmission of double clutch of second generation allowing you to adapt to the different styles driving and situations of March, and may change from the same handlebar controls.

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On the other hand, we will also have two automatic change modes. Mode D is perfect for city and highway, as it manages to maintain a moderate gasoline consumption. While the sport mode S transmission leaves that the engine will revolutionize a little more before changing gears, offering higher performance, reducing of more rapid progress in the deceleration. The great advantage of this system is that the driver simply select the required progress using the MT mode change button.

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The frame is made of aluminium with suspensions of long-haul to an upright driving position and with a wide handlebar. This Crosstourer Honda also comes equipped with combined ABS and traction control. The wheels of the Crosstourer radios have been especially designed to reduce the impacts generated by irregular paths, something which, along with the suspension is achieved by running comfortable and refined quality.

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