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Honda Releases New Lams Approved Road Cruiser

January 20, 2009 – Honda’s brand new road cruiser has arrived, bringing big-bike styling and timeless cruiser looks to riders of all levels thanks to its Learner Approved Motorcycle (LAMS) status.

The 'long and low' VT400 is the smaller sibling of Honda’s top selling VT750 cruiser, and will make any rider look and feel good.

The VT400 cruiser is an uncluttered chrome masterpiece, boasting lean and mean styling, tear drop tank and bullet type headlight casing.

Despite its rebel image, Honda’s new cruiser offers a compliant ride with precise control and requires little in the way of maintenance.

With one of the lowest seat heights available in a large displacement cruiser, the VT400 is the perfect entry level bike for riders with an eye for classic style and quality.

Featuring a liquid-cooled V-twin 398cc engine, the VT400 produces smooth power with rich-torque in the low-mid range.

The cruiser also provides outstanding fuel economy and lower emissions, using the latest fuel injection technology.

The VT400 comes equipped with Honda’s Ignition Security System (HISS), strengthened handle lock mechanism and heavy-duty key cylinder.

A wide range of accessories available for the VT400 include: chrome backrest, chrome rear carrier, leather saddle bags, chrome ornaments for front & rear guards, backrest plate, body cover and windscreen.

Available in two colours: Digital Silver Metallic and Two Tone Graphite Black with Dark Silver, Honda’s VT400 retails for $9,990 (plus on roads) at Dealerships nationwide.