New Colour But Steady Price For 2012 #Honda #VT750S
Honda Australia is excited to release the popular VT750S in a colour scheme inspired by the motorcycle legend 'Fast' Freddie Spencer.
The new Tri Colour scheme adds to the bikes classic styling and fans will be pleased to hear that this casual roadster will retain its competitive price of $8,990 (MLRP).
The VT750S combines easy handling, comfort and satisfying power with styling that stands apart. The clean simplicity of its silhouette and the deep rumble of its V-twin engine have an immediate appeal.
Powered by a robust and dependable liquid-cooled, V-twin engine that pumps out strong power over a broad rpm range the VT750S offers easy starting, instant throttle response and smooth, satisfying acceleration thanks to Honda's PGM Fuel Injection system.
Due to a low 750mm seat coupled with flat handlebars and a slim 10 litre fuel tank the VT750S delivers a comfortable, relaxed riding position. This Honda cruiser makes an immediate impact with its clean, classic simplicity. The luxurious chrome details, imposing twin mufflers, and short, neatly chopped tail give it that irresistible look.
All kinds of riders, including relative newcomers, appreciate its proportions and light, confidence-inspiring handling. The VT750S also packs enough punch to keep more experienced riders entertained and is versatile enough for a range of uses that encompass commuting, quick weekend blasts and light touring.
Offering incredible value for money, Honda's Tri coloured VT750S is available in Honda Dealerships nationally alongside the current Heavy Grey Metallic and Pearl White colours.
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