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Thursday, 06, Sep 2012 04:43

Japanese manufacturer Honda has just as big a reputation for building quality motorbikes as it does for making affordable and economical cars.

Proud manufacturer's of the UK's most popular motorbike, the Honda CBR125, the company also makes a wide range of adventure bikes, naked bikes, off-roaders and sports tourers.

As one of only four constructors in the MotoGP, Honda has a significant racing heritage, which is carried over into their range of super sports bikes, including the iconic Fireblade (also known as the CBR1000RR), which has recently been given a revamp for its 20th anniversary.

Moving down the range and the CBR and VFR sports tourers are also big sellers, with prices in this range starting at around £7,000 and rising to almost £13,000.

For added peace of mind, Honda offers a range of extended guarantees to provide additional cover after your warranty runs out.

What's more the company even offers its own official motorcycle insurance scheme, which ensures that any repairs will be undertaken in approved workshops, using genuine parts.

Finally, Honda enthusiasts can buy a range of accessories and merchandise through the company's official website, including helmets, top boxes and clothing.

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Honda UK
470 London Road
Tel 0845 200 8000
Web www.honda.co.uk/motorcycles

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