HONDA's FFs

  • Honda CN 250 Helix/Spazio/Fusion

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  • Honda CN250 1985-2005

    Honda CN 250 Helix/Spazio/Fusion

    Honda's long running CN 250 was, for two decades, the closest thing to a mass-produced FF available. Lacking in both power and chassis stiffness it was flawed but great fun. And in production from 1986 to 2006 and also faithfully copied by the Chinese Jialing company with their JL250.

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    Last updated: 07-Sep-19 3:38pm

  • Subtly improved Vultus at Silverstone (2022)

    HONDA NM4 VULTUS 700 & 750 TWIN

    March 2014: Honda release details of an off-the-shelf FF, ready for production. And they claim it's something new! It was clearly inspired by the machine used by the cartoon hero Kaneda in the 1982 animé film Akira, which came out in 1982. In any case, by the end of 2014, the NM4 Vultus was on sale. For most of the world, the machine was powered by the updated NC750 twin-cylinder engine with 54bhp. However, USA models got the earlier NC700 motor, which is actually only 670cc, with 47bhp. All Vultuses came with Honda's automatic 6-speed Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT). At 25 inches off the ground, the Vultus had one of the lowest seat heights of any mass-production machine ever made, lower even (by half an inch) than that of the long-running Honda Helix CN250. PNB

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    Last updated: 10-Aug-22 9:20am

  • Front Wheel Trajectory of Hossack-Honda

    Honda's Hossack-ish 2018 Gold Wing

    It's not an FF, but it does have a proper double wishbone, Hossack and Fior-ish non-telescopic steering system!

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    Last updated: 18-May-18 10:43am

  • DN-01 @ Ace Cafe

    Honda DN01 automatic

    Honda's Auto-cruiser pseudo-FF. So near and yet so far!

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    Last updated: 03-Aug-16 9:18pm