2019 Honda Street Motorcycles Pricing Announced

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The lineup of Honda motorcycles is getting a mild refresh for the 2019 model year, the details of which were released by the Japanese manufacturer this week.
Those expecting a major overhaul of the lineup might be in for a disappointment, as only extremely minor changes were made, and mostly to one of the models.

American Honda also released on Tuesday pricing information for the lineup of street motorcycles, ranging from the Gold Wing all the way to the CBR600RR.

As said, there aren’t major changes when it comes to the technologies used for the 2019 model year in the Touring, Supersport, Cruisers, and Dual Sport categories. The main additions are new colors for most of the models and some upgrades to gadgetry.

The Honda Gold Wing, priced at $23,800 for the entry level trim, will begin selling this winter with two SmartKeys and updated Navigation System. This update will fix some minor bugs the system had, including the fact that voice guidance and points of interest disappeared when the bike was switched off.

“In addition to incorporating these updates from the factory for 2019 Gold Wing models, Honda is making them available to 2018 Gold Wing owners, who will be able to download software updates using the Powersports website, beginning in fall,” says Honda.

On sale from January 2019, the Rebel Cruiser will retail for between $4,499 for the 300 model and $6,499 for the 500 equipped with ABS.

One of the most exciting models in the Honda lineup, the CBR600RR will not bring any changes when compared to the current version. It will be in showrooms this November, for $11,799 for the non-ABS version.

Honda’s Fury in Pearl Hawkseye Blue will retail starting the same month for $10,599, alongside the Shadow Phantom priced at $7,699.

Last, but not least, is the XR650L, which will sell from the last month of the year for $6,999.
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