2015 Honda Interceptor
Full name of the 2015 Honda Interceptor is VFR800F Interceptor, but just Interceptor became the most popular nick for the bike. How much popularity this model gained, says that its replacement, after dropping it by company, the VFR1200 didn’t manage to fulfill expectations, so Honda has returned to public’s favorite motorcycle after just 5 years. Now, interceptor is back and we will see if fans and previous owners of this machine will decide to return to Interceptor. This mid-range sport touring bike has been completely revisited, so there are no doubts that some of the features are going to attract fans.
2015 Honda Interceptor redesign
Styling of the 2015 Honda Interceptor has been always interesting and smooth. Sport tourer design history obligated everyone who worked on new model not to fail. Overall length is 57.4 inches. Front section has some excellent solutions, including blends into the front fairing. This creates sporty appeal for new 2015 Interceptor. The LED lighting is multifunctional. These lamps look cool on the bike, but also illuminates road better than standard lamps. Seat is very comfortable, but still you can adjust it if it doesn’t suit. Its height could be set from 31 to 38 inches, which will delight riders of all sizes. All the rest could be found on instrument panel. Many useful features are implemented, and from dashboard you can see everything about your bike.
2015 Honda Interceptor drivetrain
The 2015 Honda Interceptor is propelled with 782 cc VTEC 4-cylinder engine. This is somehow expected, since this kind of powertrain had been used before. However, it has shown as good combination, so new bike will get one too. Nevertheless, it produces plenty of low-end torque and high-revving power. Engine is mated to a six-speed transmission. Cooling is liquid and as all other bikes in 2015 Honda lineup, Interceptor also gets PGM-FI system for better fuel mixture and performance.
2015 Honda Interceptor price
Value of the 2015 Honda Interceptor is among highest between all bikes from Japanese manufacturer. All lovers of sport tourers must afford $12.500 to have one example of the motorcycle. However, all buyers get coverage and warranty from Honda’s Protection Plan.