Honda's latest slew of new bikes, which includes their middleweight CB500X, CBR500R, and CB500F, not to mention their adorkable $3,000 Grom, bust through America's bigger-is-better mentality with smart-sized options built to appeal to both newbies and traditionalists alike.
So, when Honda shape-shifted the adventure-oriented NC700X into a pseudo-cruiser, they came up with this: the lower, sleeker CTX700 and CTX700N, which start at $7,000 and can be bundled with ABS and a dual-clutch automatic transmission for only $1,000 more.
I spent some time with Honda's latest, and share my observations in this 2014 Honda CTX700 Review.
Is this new bike something you'd take a chance on? Read my review, and comment below.
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