Honda CBR600RR And CBR1000RR Among Returning 2024 Models

Honda CBR600RR And CBR1000RR Among Returning 2024 Models

© 2024, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By American Honda:

American Honda Reveals Returning Two-Wheel Models for 2024 Model Year

  • 11 models across six categories included in announcement
  • SCL500 and PCX receive new colors for 2024

In the first product release of the 2024 calendar year, American Honda announced the return of 11 motorcycle models, representing six unique categories. From sport bikes to dual sports and scooters, the release highlights the breadth of Honda’s two-wheel offerings.

For riders who prioritize performance on the pavement, the iconic CBR1000RR, CBR600RR and CB1000R return for the 2024 model year. Introduced last year, the retro-inspired SCL500 “scrambler”-style model is back and available in a new color. In addition, the approachable PCX scooter continues to offer affordable, efficient, convenient transportation for urban dwellers.

For 2024, Honda’s lineup of versatile dual-sport models is as strong as ever. The top-selling CRF300L, CRF300LS, CRF300L Rally, XR650L and XR150L all return for the new model year, with the reliable, well-rounded performance that has fueled their popularity for years. Also boasting on- and off-road capability, the Trail125 continues to deliver a fun, approachable and nostalgic riding experience. Rounding out the announcement are the highly specialized Montesa Cota 4RT models, offering premium performance for trials riders of all skill levels.

CBR1000RR

Perfectly hitting the apex of the trickiest corner on the track or carving up your favorite twisty canyon road, the CBR1000RR has a way of inducing adrenaline that few motorcycles can match. Thanks to its precise cornering, instantaneous acceleration and impressive braking capabilities, this superbike embodies Honda’s “Total Control” design philosophy, offering a remarkably connected feel to the pavement. Available with ABS or conventional brakes, the CBR1000RR boasts a potent combination of value and performance that any sport rider can appreciate.

  • Color: Grand Prix Red
  • MSRP
    • CBR1000RR ABS: $16,999
    • CBR1000RR: $16,699
  • Available: March
  • Info

CBR600RR

For riders seeking a responsive, exciting ride character that excels on the track or the street, Honda’s CBR600RR delivers perfectly. A high-revving inline four-cylinder engine is paired with high-performance Showa suspension and a light-handling chassis for ultimate precision and connection to the pavement. Backed by eight World Supersport titles (nine if you count its CBR600F predecessor), and offered in ABS and non-ABS versions, the CBR600RR is a proven platform that continues to perform.

  • Color: Grand Prix Red
  • MSRP
    • CBR600RR ABS: $13,199
    • CBR600RR: $12,199
  • Available: February
  • Info

CB1000R

Modern design with a classic, minimalist touch: The understated, blacked-out styling of Honda’s CB1000R is complemented by a powerful 998cc engine, nimble handling and a comfortable, upright riding position. Well-suited for everything from spirited canyon rides and daily commuting to coffee shop runs, this streetfighter is impressively versatile and is sure to turn heads wherever it goes.

  • Color: Black
  • MSRP: $12,999
  • Available: February
  • Info

SCL500

“Scrambler”-style motorcycles have always been about freedom, versatility and expression. The SCL500 embodies these traits, along with a modern engine, chassis and braking performance, making it an ideal option for commuting, casual weekend outings or café cruises. Utilizing the same 500cc parallel-twin engine found in the popular Rebel 500, this machine offers stylish, approachable performance in an affordable package. True to form, the upright riding position, flat seat, iconic rubber tank pads and high-mounted exhaust are a nod to ancestors of the SCL500, including the CL72 and CL77. Owners can personalize the machine with Honda’s wide range of accessories that tailor the SCL500 to specialized looks and riding experiences.

  • Colors
    • Candy Orange
    • Matte Laurel Green Metallic
    • Matte Black Metallic
  • MSRP: $6,799
  • Available: April
  • Info

PCX

Whether we’re talking runs to the market, commutes to work, rides to the gym, or relaxing cruises, Honda’s PCX handles all with unmatched comfort, efficiency and convenience—setting the standard by which all modern scooters are measured. As the ultimate tool for navigating urban environments, the PCX is approachable and fun, boasting Honda’s legendary reliability and ease of ownership.

  • Color: Matte Brown Metallic
  • MSRP: $4,249
  • Available: April
  • Info

CRF300L

Equally suitable for around-town jaunts and getting off the grid on remote trails, the Honda CRF300L is a jack-of-all-trades that captures the essence of a dual-sport machine. Praised for its ease of ownership, approachable performance and unmatched reliability, the CRF300L serves as a perfect entry point for those who are new to off-road riding, thanks to its smooth, linear power and plush suspension. Plus, it’s available in both standard and ABS versions, as well as a “low-seat” ABS version, there are plenty of options to appeal to a wide range of riders.

  • Colors
    • CRF300L ABS: Red
    • CRF300L: Red
    • CRF300LS: Swift Gray
  • MSRP
    • CRF300L ABS: $5,749
    • CRF300L: $5,449
    • CRF300LS: $5,749
  • Available: April
  • Info

CRF300L Rally

Authentic rally styling meets an approachable dual-sport icon: The CRF300L Rally builds upon the CRF300L platform with comfort-focused enhancements like a frame-mounted windscreen, hand guards and a high-capacity fuel tank. For those who seek an affordable entry to the ADV world or just an approachable, comfortable commuter, the CRF300L Rally is the perfect tool for the job. Plus, with industry-leading reliability, this entry-level adventure machine is always ready for the next ride.

  • Color: Red
  • MSRP
    • CRF300L Rally ABS: $6,499
    • CRF300L Rally: $6,199
  • Available: April
  • Info

XR650L

A motorcycle of legendary status, the XR650L continues to stand the test of time, thanks in part to its simple, no-frills design and relentless dependability. Backed by an incredible record of success in Baja, this dual-sport icon has amassed a loyal following of enthusiasts around the globe since its introduction in 1993. Not only is it impressively capable in the dirt, it can also serve as an affordable means of transportation around town. The XR650L’s powerful combination of rugged versatility, rock-solid reliability and remarkable value have established it as a mainstay of Honda’s dual-sport lineup.

  • Color: White
  • MSRP: $6,999
  • Available: March
  • Info

XR150L

Value-focused, yet impressively versatile, the XR150L makes the dual-sport motorcycling experience more accessible than ever. With a budget-friendly price tag, efficient fuel economy and approachable ride characteristics, this do-all machine is a capable around-town commuter or campground companion. The XR150L is outfitted with convenient features like a rear cargo rack and electric starter, but it maintains the rugged simplicity for which the XR family of motorcycles is known. Plus, with a wide range of Honda Accessories available, it can be easily adapted for various riding experiences.

  • Colors
    • Black
    • White
  • MSRP: $3,099
  • Available: February
  • Info

Trail125

As a nod to the Trail 90 and Trail 110 of the 1960s, Honda’s Trail125 embraces a timeless, classic aesthetic while maintaining the approachable, versatile nature of its predecessors. Its authentic vintage styling is contrasted by state-of-the-art fuel injection, an electric starter, disc brakes and front-wheel ABS—all of which promote a comfortable and confidence-inspiring ride. This nostalgic miniMOTO is also multitalented, with the ability to thrive in urban environments and venture past the pavement’s end for casual off-road adventures.

  • Colors: Turmeric Yellow
  • MSRP: $4,099
  • Available: March
  • Info

Montesa

Since 2007, only one motorcycle platform has captured the FIM World Trials Championship crown—meet the Montesa Cota 4RT. Built with the singular focus of conquering the most challenging terrain in the world, the Montesa Cota 4RT models represent the pinnacle of trials technology. Developed and proven at the highest level of competition by 34-time Trials World Champion Toni Bou, the Cota models benefit from top-shelf Showa suspension, programmed fuel injection and a dual-map ECU to adapt to changing riding conditions. Between the competition-ready 4RT300RR and the standard 4RT260R, riders of any skill level can benefit from the performance of the Cota models.

  • Colors
    • Montesa Cota 4RT300RR: White; Red
    • Montesa Cota 4RT260R: Red
  • MSRP
    • Montesa Cota 4RT300RR: $11,899
    • Montesa Cota 4RT260R: $9,299
  • Available: February
  • Info

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