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Honda Entry-Level Machinery from $4,199

We love how summer gently settles in, as more manufacturers are pushing harder to sell their bikes for nice prices, and Honda prepares a nifty assortment of two-wheeled fun.
Their most recent sales campaign advertises bikes for as low as $4,199 (€3,280), with the most expensive being sold for $7,799 (€5,980).

The really cool part of this is the fact that Honda has created a very alluring list of 8 available bikes which will most likely appeal to pretty much any rider: 2 quarter-liter machines, 3 in the 500cc-class and 3 of the new 700 ones. Basically, they're covering all the needs of fresh up to intermediate riders, and even offer the very lovely NC700X touring machine for more experienced, adventurous riders.

Just as expected, the cheapest in the list is the CBR250R, a very good choice for beginners and those in search of a fuel-efficient commuting solution. The other quarter-liter bike is the nifty CRF250L, one of Honda's loveliest dual-sport motorcycles.

The half-liter bikes are of course, the CBR500R, CB500F and the CB500X, and we're somewhat surprised to see the 400cc units missing from the offer: we really thought they'll make it out in the open sooner.

As for the bigger beasts, Honda brings forth the all-round capabilities of the mentioned NC700X, and the two all-new CTX machines: CTX700 and CTX700N. Now it's up to you: book a ride in a Honda showroom and decide which you're going to bring home.

You're bringing one home, aren't you?
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