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Overview of the Honda Exhibition at the 30th Osaka Motorcycle Show 2014 and the 41st Tokyo Motorcycle Show

Tokyo, Mar 14, 2014 - (JCN Newswire) - Honda will exhibit a large variety of motorcycle models at the 30th Osaka Motorcycle Show 2014 from Friday, March 21 (a national holiday) to Sunday, March 23 at Intex Osaka and the 41st Tokyo Motorcycle Show from Friday, March 28 to Sunday, March 30 at Tokyo Big Sight.

PCX (exhibition model, planned for production)zoomPCX (exhibition model, planned for production)CBR650F (exhibition model, planned for production)zoomCBR650F (exhibition model, planned for production) CB400 SUPER FOUR (production model)zoomCB400 SUPER FOUR (production model)CB1300 SUPER BOL D'OR (production model)zoomCB1300 SUPER BOL D'OR (production model) Honda will unveil the world premiere of its concept motorcycle model at the Osaka Motorcycle Show, and also feature exhibition models planned for production, and current production models, a total of 24 motorcycles in Osaka and Tokyo. Under the slogan of "We Love Bikes," Honda will unveil new initiatives that point the way to a fun-filled lifestyle with motorcycles, including programs to communicate actively with show visitors and an area where visitors can experience the engine sounds firsthand through headphones while mounted on a motorcycle.

- Main vehicles to be exhibited

< Exhibition model making its world premiere, planned for production >

- 1 model, 2 types
*Exhibited at both the Osaka and Tokyo Motorcycle Shows

< Exhibition models, planned for production >

- GOLDWING F6C "Street muscle cruiser" with punch, equipped with a horizontally opposed 6-cylinder engine
- VFR800F Mature sports tourer in pursuit of high status and the true fun of operating a motorcycle
- CBR650F Full cowl, mid-sized sporty model with an inline 4-cylinder engine that delivers fun to an even broader spectrum of riders
- CB650F Naked, mid-sized sporty model with an inline 4-cylinder engine that achieves the fun of both navigating a motorcycle and showing off its design
- CBR250R 250 cc road sports model with a fully updated external design in pursuit of a sportier image
- PCX 125 cc scooter with even higher quality after a full model change
- GROM 125 cc compact sports model arriving in new colors

Production Models

Production models in the exhibition focus on new products such as the CB series, VFR1200X Dual Clutch Transmission, Dunk, and Monkey Kumamon Version. Vehicles on display will be dressed up in accessories to suggest ways to better suit your motorcycle lifestyle.

30th Osaka Motorcycle Show 2014: Dates and place

- Dates: Friday, March 21 to Sunday, March 23 10:00 am - 5:00 pm each day

*The press conference will be held at the Honda display booth on March 21 at 10:15 am, introducing Honda's initiatives and the world premiere model.

- Venue: Intex Osaka, Buildings No.1 and 2, Outdoor Special Exhibition Space

41st Tokyo Motorcycle Show: Dates and place

- Dates: Friday, March 28 10:00 am - 1:00 pm (press and industry admission)
1:00 pm - 6:00 pm (general admission)
Saturday, March 29 10:00 am - 6:00 pm (general admission)
Sunday, March 30 10:00 am - 5:00 pm (general admission)

*The press conference will be held at the Honda display booth on March 28 at 10:15 am, introducing Honda's initiatives and the models on display.

- Venue: Tokyo Big Sight, West Hall 1 and 2, Outdoor Exhibition Area, Atrium

*For both shows, Honda Motorcycle Japan Co., Ltd. is in charge of planning and operations for the Honda display booths.

About Honda

Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (TSE:7267/NYSE:HMC) is one of the leading manufacturers of automobiles and power products and the largest manufacture of motorcycles in the world. Honda has always sought to provide genuine satisfaction to people worldwide. The result is more than 120 manufacturing facilities in 30 countries worldwide, producing a wide range of products, including motorcycles, ATVs, generators, marine engines, lawn and garden equipment and automobiles that bring the company into contact with over 19 million customers annually. For more information, please visit

Source: Honda

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