Honda has announced the prices for it’s 2004 range with on-the-road charges included.
This follows Yamaha’s lead, but the new Fireblade undercuts its R1 rival by £600.
Other new 2004 bikes in the ‘Good to Go’ scheme are the CBR125R at £2349, and the CBF600 at £4599 unfaired, and £5199 faired with ABS. You’ll be able to see whether the CBR125R and CBf600s are worth the money with our impressions from the first test on motorcyclenews.com tomorrow (Friday January 23). The full first test is in MCN, out January 28.
Honda’s commercial boss, Nick Stone, said, " Traditionally customers have seen bikes advertised at a price and then faced additional charges when they buy. Now it’s much simpler for them to buy a Honda without any of that confusion. "
Read our first impressions from the CBF600 and CBR125R test on Friday, January 23. And you can put your questions to the boss of Honda UK for a new MCN feature.