Honda VFR800 VTEC (2002 - 2005)

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Honda VFR800 VTEC (2002 - 2005)
Hop aboard the VFR and despite that 213kg dry weight you’ll be at home right away

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Reviewed: 14 August 2003 by Visordown
I have to admit I fell in love with this little beauty just wheeling her out of Honda’s workshop before this test. Especially in that red, she’s on the verge of giving me a trouser tent all the time.Opinions seem to be split on the new VFR’s styling with people ...  Continue reading

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Reader Reviews

23 user reviews of Honda VFR800 VTEC (2002 - 2005) See all

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I love this motorcycle and can't fault it, has never let me down and if it did happen to explode tomorrow I would go out and buy another one exactly the same.
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Firstly I'm 28 and had just passed my test before buying the Viffer this month. I'm just gutted I never took to two wheels sooner and especially with bikes like this on the market. Before buying her I read and Continue reading...
This bike would have been 100 percent better if it just had 200 more cc's instead of that VTEC rubbish , 1000cc conventional 4 valve it would be a world beater. instead it trasitions like a deisel and is underp Continue reading...
I would recommend this bike to anyone, even dare i say better than the VFR750 i had prior to this Continue reading...
Everybody that tries, rides or borrows my VFR comes back raving about it. A good friend and commited SP1 owner borrowed the VFR everytime he actually wanted to go somewhere rather than pose and said the VFR was Continue reading...

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Posted: 07/08/2009 at 00:35



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Sharp styling for this excellent all-rounder that has pretensions to sports performance
 
Slightly budget suspension can be upset if pushed hard.
  • Price: £7849.00
  • Year: 2002 - 2005
  • Top speed: 155mph
  • Price new: 7849
  • Engine capacity: 782cc
  • Power: 107bhp
  • Torque: 59lb ft
  • Weight: 213kg
  • 0-60: 4 seconds

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