Welcome to the Honda Crosstourer Forum and Owners Club
This totally independent site is devoted to the Honda Crosstourer that was unveiled in November 2011 !
The site is the number one resource where owners can discuss issues with others in the 'Forum', take a look at owners bikes in the 'Media Gallery' and generally find out more about the new "Crosstourer", or VFR1200X as it's known, the flagship "adventure tourer" in the Honda fleet.
We also have technical information, articles, owners feedback, and much more, making this the number one motocycle club for the Crosstourer.
If you are thinking about buying this brilliant bike from Honda then this will be the site for you !
Although based in the UK we welcome members from Europe, the US, and beyond - a truly international site.
Anyone is welcome to Register so join up today !
Honda Crosstourer SE announced
The all-new Honda Crosstourer, which will be available from Honda motorcycle dealers from 14-15 April when Honda hosts its 'Win Big Weekend', will now be available in both standard and SE versions - the SE featuring a range of ready-fitted official Honda accessories.
Acclaimed for its smooth and impressive V4 engine, ride comfort, high quality and overall capabilities since launch, the Crosstourer SE comes with a complete range of Honda Genuine accessories to include:
The standard Crosstourer is available at a highly-competitive £11,475 OTR, with the fully-kitted SE version just £1,900 more at £13,375 OTR. By purchasing the SE model, customers will make a saving of over £700 when compared to buying and fitting the accessories separately. The revolutionary dual clutch transmission (DCT) technology is also an option on both versions, with the Crosstourer DCT standard model available at £12,325 and the SE priced at £14,225.
Concept goes into production
It has now been announced that Honda's Crosstourer will actually become a production motorcycle.
The 2012 Honda Crosstourer VFR1200X will use a V4 engine similar to the one used in the VFR1200F and will also be available with Honda’s dual clutch transmission. Long-travel suspension adds to the adventure touring theme, but the Crosstourer is still more suited to paved roads than dirt.
Yosuke Hasegawa, leader of the Crosstourer’s development team was quoted as saying:
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