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HONDA VFR Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 45
First production year: 1986
 

2017 - Present

The hart of Honda VFR800X it is 90 degree, V4-VTEC DOHC 16 valve engine . It packs boosted low and mid-range torque for fluid, effortless drive plus improved top-end power compared to the previous model, and features a new 4-2-1-1 exhaust similar to the new VFR800F




 

2017 - Present

The new VFR1200X also known as the CrossTourer in many parts of the world is making its return for 2017 to the Honda Adventure Sport Touring Motorcycle model lineup. For 2017 Honda has 2 options vailable on the VFR1200X: Manual Transmission and DCT Automatic Transmission. The V4 engine in the 2017 VFR1200X has a horsepower rating that comes in at a respectable 127 HP at 7,750 RPM and 93 lb-ft to...




 

2016 - Present

The new Honda VFR800F, has a 782cc, liquid-cooled 16-valve DOHC 90 degree, V4-VTEC engine has received significant development for 2015, mainly focusing on cam timing and valve duration/overlap to deliver the required increase in low-to midrange power and torque. Peak power of 104.5 HP ( 77.9 kW) is delivered at 10,250rpm, with peak torque of 75.1Nm (55.4 lb-ft) arriving at 8,500rpm.




 

2015

For 2015 a new white colour scheme has been added and the optional Dual Clutch Transmission was improved, with new functionalities. To enhance the touring potential of the VFR1200F, the rear is equipped with integrated luggage mounts. These mounting points are unobtrusively cast into the injection moulded under-seat area and pillion footrest mounts




 

2015 - 2016

And the new VFR1200X is loaded with features too—the most important being its 1237cc V4 engine and choice of six-speed transmissions. Best of all, we’re offering a ton of accessories, so you can fine-tune it to how you want to ride.




 

2013 - 2014

With the huge popularity of the VFR800F machines, it was only natural that Honda delivered a Deluxe version. It retains all the cool features of the base model, and adds on the aesthetic side, delivering an elegant sporty middleweight all-rounder bike. Add in new PGM-FI mappings for smooth power deployment, TCS and ABS as standard, alongside all the upgrades the current model year brings over...




 

2013 - 2014

The 20013 VFR800F retains the amazing character of the older models, its acclaimed VTEC engine and all the sporty mojo of the Interceptor, but packs everything together with modern technologies for a more exhilarating riding experience. The VFR800F Interceptor keeps the VTEC, the Pro-Arm rear section and the ABS, while adding traction control, LED headlights, self-canceling turn signals and even...




 

2013 - 2014

An icon of modern motorcycle engineering, the 2013 VFR1200FA DCT brings the latest Honda technologies to the street, and this model's most important feature is obviously the Dual Clutch Transmission. This transmission can be set up for manual "pad" shifting, or can be allowed to shift gears on its own accord. Dual riding modes are available, as well. The D-mode is a mapping for...




 

2013 - 2014

With an exceptionally futuristic design, the 2013 VFR1200FA sets a new trend in the sport-touring niche, bringing forth fresh looks, fresh performance and top-notch technologies for an exhilarating experience. Engine revisions now allow for more torque deployment between 2000 and 4000 rpm and together with the upgraded fuel injection, the bike also provides extended mileage. Traction Control ...




 

2012 - 2013

The D suffix after the usual VFR1200F badge stands for the Dual Clutch Transmission. Becoming increasingly popular among Honda fans, the DCT systems provide the convenience of either automatic or manual shifting, reducing power gaps and offering a smoother ride even when a lot of shifting is involved. The 2012 VFR1200FD is the benchmark for V4 sport-touring machines, but it is also a handy co...




 

2012 - 2013

Packed with a lot of race track-derived technologies, the 2012 VFR1200F is one of the perfect recipes when it comes to blending touring comfort and the sporty nature of a bike engineered for consistent performance. The muscular V4 engine is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission, and equipped with advanced Traction Control, ride-by-wire and combined ABS, this bike is ready to provide the riders ...




 

2011 - 2012

DCT stands for Dual Clutch Transmission, Honda's technology aimed to making riding smoother and letting motorcyclists enjoy a different riding style. Shifting gears with a flick of a thumb and being capable to actually shift faster in a racing, "seamless" way makes riding the 2011 VFR1200FA DCT a uniquely rewarding experience. Or if you want, you can switch to fully automatic s...




 

2011 - 2012

Clearly a futuristic machine, the 2011 VFR1200FA is Honda's take on the new direction street bikes are going. Bringing traction control to the road game, the 2011 Honda VFR1200FA provides a safer, more enjoyable experience, with power deployed to the ground more securely, even on surfaces with poorer grip. Other features such as ride-by-wire and C-ABS are also offered, making life aboard th...




 

2010 - Present

Honda introduced the VFR 1200F sport touring bike at the 2009 Tokyo Motor Show. This new edge bike features a radical new design from the Japanese manufacturer, with a X-shaped front fascia. The VFR 1200F continues the maker's legacy of the V4 engine architecture, but this time without Honda's famous V-TEC technology replaced by the Unicam valvetrain. The VFR 1200F is the first product...




 

2009 - 2010

The Dual Clutch Transmission is a great upgrade for the 2009 Interceptor VFR1200FA. The new transmission offers two automatic modes and a semi-automatic one for the maximum riding pleasure. Paddle-shifting has finally reached sporty-natured bikes, and riders will be thrilled to discover a whole new way of having fun on two wheels. The fully automatic transmission provides a casual D Mode for ...




 

2009 - 2010

How about a bike powered by an engine derived from both the MX CRF and the MotoGP RC211V machinery? Sounds interesting, to say the least, doesn't it? Well, the 2009 Honda VFR1200FA comes with such a power plant, borrowing the V4 architecture of the MotoGP prototypes, and the Unicam valvetrain, allowing shorter, smaller and therefore, lighter cylinder heads. Dripping with sport bike attit...




 

2009 - 2010

Things were great with the 2009 Interceptor VFR1200F, but Honda decided to take the bike to the next level: Dual Clutch Transmission, for faster shifting and a more fluid riding experience on both city asphalt and twisty roads. The transmission comes with two operating modes, manual and automatic. The auto mode can be set to either casual or sport modes, for maximum enjoyment. Add in the ride-by...




 

2009 - 2010

Setting the stage for the next half of a century of Honda innovation, the 2009 Interceptor VFR1200F is the perfect bike to show what the mighty V4 engine can do for the discerning rider. With a MotoGP-inspired propulsion unit, this machine is capable to harness all the brawn a V4 can deliver and send it to the road with the precision and predictability a casual street bike needs. A slipper cl...




 

2009 - Present

As expected, the 2009 VFR 800 Interceptor wasn't changed very much from his older brethren. Yet the new VFR 800 Interceptor will feature C-ABS just like the Fireblade. The design of this machine, again, not changed very much, but it was sharpened a bit up. The same V-TEC V-4 781cc 16 valve engine is placed under the fuel tank. There were rumors about Honda updating the VFR 800 to a V5 VFR10...




 

2008 - 2009

It would have been a terrible shame if Honda left the amazing Interceptor VFR800FI sport-touring beats without the obvious benefits of ABS brakes. Honda knows that many riders out there are willing to spend some extra bucks and add the stability and peace of mind ABS brakes brings to their bikes. Mixing the already safety-focused Linked Braking System with the anti-lock capabilities resulted in ...




 

2008 - 2009

Sporty by DNA, comfortable by design, the 2008 Honda Interceptor VFR800FI is a nifty sport-touring machine for those who like canyon carving but are not willing to make too much of a compromise as far as comfort is concerned. The VTEC V4 engine is a marvelous piece of engineering, adapting itself to your riding. under 6400 rpm, it uses only 2 valves per cylinder. Lay a heavier hand on the th...




 

2007 - 2008

Honda has prepared an ABS-loaded version of their acclaimed sporty all-rounder Interceptor VFR800FI machine. Combining anti-lock brakes with the existing Linked Braking System resulted in an enhanced feel of the bike, adding to the riders' peace of mind and taking road safety to a higher level. Only several pounds heavier than the non-ABS bike, the 2007 Interceptor VFR800FI ABS is quite ...




 

2007 - 2008

The 2007 Honda Interceptor VFR800FI is a sport bike which has been endowed with some touring DNA, bringing comfort to the street level and re-tuning the engine performance for a more usable power deployment in "casual" scenarios. With a VTEC engine derived form the racing world, the 2007 VFR800FI is sure to deliver plenty of brawn for city slicing action, long highway journeys and even...




 

2007

The VFR 800FI, a super sport motorcycle manufactured by Honda in 2007, is available in multiple colors, including Candy Dark Red, Pearl Blue/Pearl and White/Red.




 

2006 - 2007

With a massive 22-liter fuel tank, it's no secret that the 2006 Interceptor VFR800FI ABS is a bike built for long hauls and maximum street joy. Sporty, nimble and at the same time comfortable and oozing all-rounder worthiness, this machine is now offered in an even better trim. Honda adds anti-locking brakes to the Interceptor, decreasing the stopping distance in dry conditions and addin...




 

2006 - 2007

Someone once said that the VFR800 is a bike created to explore distant twisties... and could not have been any closer to the truth. That is, because the VFR800FI is packing together the Honda traditional sporty character and swift, responsive handling with the long-range comfort and ergonomics of a daily commuter. The 2006 VFR800FI is the result of 25 years of evolution focused on delivering ...




 

2006 - Present

Being released in 2006, Honda's VFR 800F comes with a liquid cooled, four stroke, 90 degrees, V-four cylinder, 781cc engine which can develop 110 horsepower at 10500rpm.




 

2005 - 2006

Honda adds anti-locking brakes to the 2005 VFR800FI Interceptor to meet the riders' demands for increased road safety. With a linked-braking system already installed on the Interceptor, riders benefited from the intelligent distribution of the stopping force between the two wheels, even if only one brake was engaged. The additional system now helps them stop in a shorter distance on wet ...




 

2005 - 2006

Not a superbike-class machine, but neither a small one, the 2005 VFR800 Interceptor is one of the perfect ways to enjoy Honda's V4 V-TEC engine in a package boasting increased comfort and highly capable to provide instant gratification in pretty much all scenarios. Usable as a daily commuter and making streaking through slow traffic a breeze, the VFR800 is also a blessing for those who like...




 

2004 - 2005

Sporty, exceptionally maneuverable, versatile and fun, the 2004 VFR800 Interceptor is a new model year of this successful Honda machine. A great choice as a sport-natured all-rounder, the VFR800 can be ridden daily to work and it will easily navigate the urban clutter. Slender and light, but making no compromise as far as power deployment is concerned, the VFR800 Interceptor's top-notch han...




 

2003 - 2004

Some riders just want to know their bikes are equipped with the best safety systems the manufacturer can deliver, and that's why Honda loaded the 2003 VFR800 with anti-locking brakes. Together with the existing linked brakes system, the bike now offers increased safety and stability. The stopping distance is now shorter and braking hard on slippery surfaces, safer. Add in the traditional...




 

2003 - 2004

The 2003 VFR800 is yet another exceptional proof that Honda's V4 V-TEC engine is a force to be reckoned with. This mode year brings the new Asphalt color option, a neat complement for the always-popular red livery. A versatile machine, the 2003 VFR800 is a great muscular commuter choice, but with optional luggage systems, it can also be a worthy touring companion for both solo and two-up...




 

2003 - 2005

Manufactured for only two years, between 2003 and 2005, the Honda VFR 800F was equipped with a liquid cooled, four stroke, 90 degrees, V-four cylinder, 781cc engine that can develop 110 horsepower at 10500rpm.




 

2002 - 2003

The 2002 VFR800 Interceptor ABS brings anti-locking brakes to the already compliant linked-braking system installed on the bike. For riders in search of more peace of mind, the presence of the ABS is a truly reassuring feature, as it complements the VFR800's nice stance and adds increased safety when braking hard or on difficult surfaces. With the added ABS, this reference sport=touring ...




 

2002 - 2003

The 2002 VFR800 Interceptor carries on the acclaimed heritage of the V-TEC variable valve timing engine and the versatility of on of Honda's best-loved road bikes. Smooth and precise fuel injection backs the excellent handling and great road stance, and help the VFR hold it's sportbike touring crown. With the windshield and fairing providing good weather protection, the VFR800 Inter...




 

2001 - 2002

As cool and convenient the enhancements of the 2001 VFR800 were, there still was one thing to make the bike better: ABS. Honda equipped the Interceptor with anti-locking brakes to add even more versatility to the already compliant linked-braking system (LBS). Riders can now stop in a shorter distance in emergency situations, while braking on difficult, slippery surfaces is safer, with the add...




 

2001 - 2002

A machine created for those in search of V4 sporty rides, the 2001 VFR800 Interceptor brings all the brawn of the 781cc V-TEC engine which uses 2 valves per cylinder below 7000rpm, and two additional ones as the revs go past this mark. Multiple engine tweaks reduce noise and improve the overall way the mill performs under stressful conditions, adding to the legendary reliability of the Honda bik...




 

2000 - 2001

The VFR machines are all about the racing-inspired V4 engine endowing them with precise power deployment and making riding on both the street and race track a rewarding experience. With sport performance a twist of the throttle away and enhanced comfort, the 2000 VFR800FI Interceptor also comes with a generous, 21-liter fuel tank, providing exceptional touring range. With the frame coming fro...




 

1999 - 2000

The 1999-made Honda VFR800FI Interceptor brings a new air injection system and a three-way catalyzer. The power rating for the non-catalyst California model has also been increased, and the new bikes also come with an PGM-Fi module-integrated auto-enriching system. Redesigned, aerodynamic mirrors are fully-adjustable and customers can now choose the Pearl Yellow paint scheme, too. Sporty and ...




 

1998 - 2002

Released in 1998, the VFR 800F motorcycle belonging to Honda is able to reach a top speed of 235 km/h and is able to brake from 100 km/h to 0 in 37.9 meters. Moreover, the motorcycle has a consumption average of 15.9 km/l.




 

1994 - 1997

Back in 1986 Honda introduced two new motorcycles, namely the VFR700 and the VFR750, which got only a few differences such as the stroke of the engine and the price.




 

1992 - 1993

Back in 1986 Honda introduced two new motorcycles, namely the VFR700 and the VFR750, which got only a few differences such as the stroke of the engine and the price.




 

1990 - 1998

The VFR400R NC30, with a a V-four stroke engine and gear driven camshafts, replaced the previous NC24 version of the VFR400 launched in 1989.




 

1990 - 1991

Back in 1986 Honda introduced two new motorcycles, namely the VFR700 and the VFR750, which got only a few differences such as the stroke of the engine and the price.




 

1986 - 1989

Back in 1986 Honda introduced two new motorcycles, namely the VFR700 and the VFR750, which got only a few differences such as the stroke of the engine and the price.