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Honda’s new Shadow 150 is designed to satisfy those looking for a motorcycle that reflects their free and adventurous spirit. The Shadow 150 is built with classic cruiser styling, records low fuel consumption, offers comfort and is an excellent alternative for efficient transportation.

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$2,695 / $2,900 rideaway

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Raw, aggressive styling and a narrow, sexy frame. Everything you need and nothing you don’t, the Rebel comes loaded with attitude from fender to fender. Blacked-out and stripped down quality components around a rising fuel tank deliver its signature aggressive stance and a fat tyre provides a powerful presence.


A low seat with wide handlebars and an 11.2L fuel tank boasting an aviation styled fuel cap. Its tractor-style seat and aggressively positioned handlebars provide a relaxed sitting position that conveys confidence and control.
$10,995 ride away*



The CBR500R boldly redefines the middleweight class and opens up a completely new category. You only need a learner’s license with this beast, but it won’t stop fully licensed riders calling her a beauty all the same.

Honda is leading the charge with this liquid cooled, fuel injected, parallel twin high performer. Reliable, efficient and undeniably fun to ride, this commuter has a clear sporting heritage behind it. Although narrow and lightweight, it’s low riding position and lower seat height gives a genuine big-bike feel. Other must-mentions are its light clutch and quiet sound. With good-looking full-fairings like its bigger brothers, you won’t need to trade it up for a long while yet.


With its all-round punchy performance, adventure styling, affordable price point and low running costs the twin-cylinder CB500X is a great place from which to begin a lifelong motorcycling journey. Its upright, roomy riding position, substantial tank range and long-travel suspension inject a genuine sense of adventure into every ride, and make it serve equally well through the weekly commute as on the weekend escape.

Furthermore, its free-revving, flexible engine performance – with internal design derived from the CBR600RR and CBR1000RR – has gained approval not only from riders stepping up to a full licence, but also from experienced motorcyclists looking for a fun, practical and economical all-rounder. CB500X evolves further with enhanced crossover style, function and desirability to offer a compelling package of all-round capability with an adventurous spirit at an affordable price.

*Overseas model shown.