Honda unveiled the limited edition CB1300 in Japanese domestic market.
The iconic retro motorcycle celebrates its 30th anniversary with an exclusive model limited to just 750 units.
The special edition motorcycle is powered by the same 1,300cc four-cylinder 4-stroke 16-valve DOHC engine 1,300cc four-cylinder 4-stroke 16-valve DOHC engine generating 111 hp and 112 Nm of peak torque. The in-line four is mated with an efficient 6-speed transmission.
All-new CB1300 gets gold colored rims and golden accents through out the body components. A 3D logo commemorating the 30th anniversary of the legendary motorcycle decorates the fuel tank. The limited edition model features 4-1 exhaust, Honda selectable torque control, ride modes, bi-directional quick shifter, cruise control and throttle by wire technology. Other notable features included Öhlins front and rear suspension and radial mounted Brembo four piston calipers.
There will soon be a brand-new CB1300 on the shelves of the Japanese market. It’s a shame that Honda only sells this beautiful motorcycle within Japan.