2012 Honda VFR 1200 F Review

2012 Honda VFR 1200 F Review Honda redesigned the Honda VFR, bringing previous-800cc era up to 1200cc, the new model titled the VFR1200F.The machine was totally revamped using concepts from MotoGP and other cutting-edge motorcycle enviroments, from different fairings to a tweaked chassis to the power-hungry satisfying 1237cc V4.

New matte-gray paint highlights the 2012 CB1000R naked bike, which will return to dealers in March 2012 otherwise unchanged. After a successful launch last year, the surprisingly popular CBR250R returns in February bearing three color schemes—black, red/white/blue and red/silver. The irrepressible Ruckus likewise gets new paint, a red/white scheme. And the Silver Wing big scooter whirrs into 2012 unchanged. Both scooters will hit showrooms in February.

A second-generation dual clutch transmission now “intelligently optimizes shift points relative to the rider’s throttle inputs for more user-friendly operation.” Adding to the user-friendly nature of the VFR is an increase in torque between 2000-4000 rpm — where the majority of riders will spend their time. The gauge cluster LCD is now tweaked to include readouts that give instantaneous fuel consumption, average fuel consumption, remaining range and traction control activation. This to go along with the clock, ambient temperature and ABS indicator seen on the previous model.