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2010 Honda VT1300CR Rumbles Into Town

16 April, 2010 - Long and low, with a no-nonsense attitude and the performance to back it up, the new Honda VT1300CR is a motorcycle that grabs attention and won't let go.

The VT1300CR blends two worlds of motorcycling style: traditional looks plus progressive elements.

Knowing that it's a Honda means every customer benefits from the standard-setting quality and reliability for which the manufacturer is world renowned.

The deeply valanced fenders arc downward in classic retro style, yet the all-new rolling chassis and overall lines bring a fresh look to the class. From its blacked-out engine and specially designed tank-mounted chrome housing to its wide retro-styled pullback handlebar and sleek, one-piece seat for all day comfort, the VT1300CR is classic in design, but thoroughly modern where it counts.

The 1312cc V-twin engine uses Honda's Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) for crisp throttle response, and other high-tech features such as three-valve cylinder heads and two spark plugs per cylinder to help produce the wide, strong powerband that makes riding a big cruiser so much fun.

For those who appreciate the added peace of mind while riding in less than ideal conditions, the VT1300CR also comes with Combined ABS.

A myriad of accessories are available including low and tall backrests, chrome rear carrier, saddlebags, Boulevard screen, passenger floorboards, rider footpegs, braided cables, chrome guards and covers, leather bags and much more.

The VT1300CR is available in Black and Candy Dark Red from Honda Dealers nationally now at a recommended retail price of $19,990 plus on road costs.