2023 Honda Hornet now available for UK reservations

The first Honda Hornet motorcycles have begun to arrive in Honda UK dealers, with the first bikes being available from the end of the month.


Honda has announced the arrival of the first Honda Hornet units in its UK dealers, with reservations now open for the new model. 

The Honda CB750 Hornet was one of the most highly-anticipated new motorcycles of 2022, and its launch at the EICMA show in Milan last November confirmed the bike’s popularity. 

The new CB750 is the model to revive a name that has been absent from Honda’s roster for almost 10 years, albeit with a design more befitting of contemporary standards. 

That means a 90-horsepower parallel-twin engine which “is a step in the right direction,” as we wrote in our review of the new Hornet last November. 

10 years on from the end of the old CB600F’s production, the new CB750 Hornet has begun to arrive in Honda UK dealers, and is ready for reservation. 

To reserve, head over to the Honda UK website, where you will be required to make a £99 deposit. That deposit is refundable, so you will still be able to change your mind. 

When making the reservation, you can also configure your Hornet as you wish, with a selection of optional accessories to add-on individually, or as part of one of three ‘packs’: ‘Sport’, ‘Style’, and ‘Tour’.

The first Hornets will be available in the UK from the end of this month, so the time has nearly passed for those who have been looking forward to getting their hands on this revival model to finally do so. 

Find your nearest Honda dealer using the ‘find a dealer’ tool on Honda’s website.

2023 Honda CB750 Hornet review | The icon returns with twin-cylinder power

2023 Honda CB750 Hornet review | The icon returns with twin-cylinder power