Honda have announced a range of updates and tweaks to the VFR800X Crossrunner for 2015.The newer Honda VFR800X Crossrunner sports full LED lights, a longer-travel suspension (+25mm), new styling, adjustable seat, new brakes, new 17-inch wheels, self-cancelling indicators, heated grips, ABS, and Honda’s traction control system a.k.a Selectable Torque Control System (S-TCS), which will all feature as standard equipment.
Along with the improved features the 2015 VFR800X Crossrunner also gets a boost in power and torque – low and mid-range torque have been improved, along with an increase in peak power to 106 PS at 10,250 rpm. Honda also revised the chassis, which gives the 2015 Crossrunner a lighter subframe and new swingarm.
Honda have not yet revealed anything about the pricing, but the bike is said to go on sale in December this year. The Japanese company hopes to make a mark in the European adventure-tourer bike market with the revised 2015 Honda VFR800X Crossrunner.
Story: Ryan Lee