2014 Honda Fury
Honda VT1300CX or simply called Fury is one of the few choppers that are actually in confrontation with tradition. Unlike most bikes of this type this one is very radical. This bike was the product of joined design teams from U.S and Japan. It was designed by stylists from Honda R&D Americas (HRA) and Asaka R&D Center (HGA) in Japan, and it was presented in 2009 Seattle International Motorcycle Show. Short after its launch, it became very popular both in North America and in the rest of the world. The 2014 Honda Fury will continue to impress with its great look and performance but it will also get some improvements.
2014 Honda Fury design and specs
Well, this bike is definitely one of those that attract the attention of bystanders. The plan of the Honda design teams was to create a chopper which will look extremely good and have great performances for a decent price. We are pretty sure that designers did they job well. With stretched out wheelbase, severely raked front-end, super-low seat (only 27 inches) and big 21-inch front wheel this bike looks fantastic. Without exaggeration, 2014 Honda Fury look like it is some much expensive custom designed bike. However, when it is about choppers, design comes only second.
The first and the most important thing about real chopper is engine. The 2014 Honda Fury is powered with a 1,312cc injected v-twin engine matted to 5-speed transmission. It is not only powerful but it is also good in fuel consumption. According to company’s official information, 2014 Honda Fury does 45 mpg. If you consider that fuel tank is 3.4 gallons, it is clear that this chopper also has a decent range. Although 2014 Fury is pretty large, it weights 663 lbs and its wheel base measures 71.2″- long (1,808mm), it is very maneuverable both in low and high speeds.
2014 Honda Fury price and competition
If you are interested in buying 2014 Honda Fury, you will need to pay 13.390 dollars for base model, while version with ABS costs one thousand dollars more. Fury’s competition is very diverse. There are “factory custom” models such as Harley Davidson Rocker, Victory Vegas or Yamaha Star Rider, but there are also many choppers that are not in same class but are in similar price range like Kawasaki Vulcan, Suzuki Boulevard and many others.