Honda Fireblade SP models released

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The 2017 CBR1000RR SP and CBR1000RR SP2 Fireblades will be joining the standard Fireblade in Honda dealers around the country this month, to complete the 25th Anniversary line up.

The SP can be purchased for an MLP of $28,499 and the SP2 for an MLP of $34,999.

To celebrate this reunion, Honda have announced a special Ride Away Launch offer of $21,499 on the Standard CBR1000RR, including Free On Roads from 2nd October until 31st December.

2017 Honda CBR1000RR SP

Equipped with Honda Selectable Torque Control, Selectable Engine Brake, Riding Mode Select System, Power Selector and full Showa suspension, the Standard Blade is available in Matte Ballistic Black Metallic and Victory Red.  Honda says that 90% of the major components in the 2017 CBR1000RR are brand new including a new electronic control system and ABS as standard.

The CBR1000RR SP has a host of added features from the Standard variant, including semi-active Öhlins Electronic Control suspension, a new titanium exhaust system and fuel tank plus Honda’s first lithium ion battery in a motorcycle.

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The RC213V-S MotoGP derived technology elevates the SP riding experience even further; with Honda Selectable Torque Control, Selectable Engine Brake, new ABS, a Quickshifter and is available in Tri-colour.

Also available in Tri-Colour is the CBR1000RR Fireblade SP2 but is instantly recognisable by its exclusively built Marchesini wheels; a model for true enthusiast and primarily built for race modification.

2017 Honda CBR1000RR SP2

The SP2 has further weight reductions sought from a redesigned cylinder head, pistons and engine composition which leads to more power.

With knowledge gained during the development of the RC213V-S, the 2017 Fireblade family further solidify the legacy of the world’s best Supersport motorcycle.

For more information on the entire Honda range visit your nearest Honda Dealer, ring 1 300 1 HONDA or go to www.hondamotorcycles.com.au

2017 Honda CBR1000RR SP

 

 

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