A must see!! A Black 2012 VFR 1200F,LOW MILAGE for the type of bike it is.Plenty of rubber left on the metzeler road techs,replaced the radiator and water pump last year also new rear break disk..Minor stone chips on panels, scratched oil resvoire and right hand bar end. Been sat covered in shed recently charged battery,starts up first time cold & hot weather. Adjustable break and clutch levers,zero gravity double height screen,delkevic exhaust.No current MOT but will be organised before sale..Comes with two keys,decent service history but alot of work has been done by myself. No time wasters please, no test rides without full valid bike licence.Compare insurance quotes
- This bike passed a theft check on Friday, 3 July 2020. The reg number submitted by the seller for this check ended in ...RUH, and the bike details returned by the check were: HONDA, VFR 1200 F-A, first registered: Saturday, 24 March 2012, engine size: 1237 cc. Click here for full details on how to validate this check when viewing the bike.
MCN overall review verdict: The Honda VFR1200 F remains a good, bordering on great bike. Its quality and finish is peerless; its refinement, ergonomics and ease-of-use impeccable. And the cherry on the top is that unique-sounding and fabulously grunty, flexible and, yes, fast V4. Related: 2010-2011 Honda VFR1200F review on MCN Related: 2010-2011 Honda VFR1200F DCT review on MCN Related: Designers rally behind 'ugly' VFR But it's not stunning, hasn't 'moved the game on' like an all-new Honda V4 probably should have done and it does have a few niggly faults. For 2012 the VFR gets updated styling, traction control, more torque, improved comfort and improved fuel range.
|Annual road tax||£93|
|Annual service cost||£200|
|Max power||160 bhp|
|Max torque||95 ft-lb|
|Top speed||155 mph|
|Average fuel consumption||43 mpg|
|Tank range||180 miles|
|Frame type||Aluminium twin spar|
|Engine type||16v V4, six gears|
|Fuel capacity||19 litres|
Figures shown are for the standard model and so may differ from bike being sold
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