The all new Honda Fireblade SP is launched

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In some motorbike industry news today coming directly out of the Japanese car and bike company Honda, we are excited to report on the latest breaking news regarding the official launch of the brand new Fire blade SP model which has recently gone on sale here in the UK and across other parts of the world too. Over the course of the history of Honda they have had many big sellers on their hands which include the likes of the, RC 30,RC45 and the Black bird but, perhaps none finer than their line up of Fire blade models which could now be all set to be cemented in history with this beautiful all new SP fire blade model.

What’s so special about the new Honda Fire blade SP ?

So with that being said, what is so special about this brand new Honda SP model that will make it stand out in today’s new and used motorbike trade ?. What is it about this bike that would make you choose to make the investment into this model over any other competition motorbikes from rival brands such as the likes of, Yamaha,Ducati and Kawasaki ?. Well firstly we see the welcome addition of a 1,000 CC engine that comes complete with an electric starter. The engine is liquid cooled and a has a 17.5 litre fuel tank capacity. The bike also comes complete with a six speed transmission system.  The front  wheels of this two wheeled machine come with 12 spokes and are made from cast aluminium. The inclusion of Brembo brakes are also a welcome one on this all new Honda model.

In regards to the overall look and design of the bike itself,we see the standard colour of the bike come in the classic HRC colours of, red white and blue and golden wheels are also thrown in as part of the package too.

What is the going price for a new Honda Fire blade SP model ?

Well firstly we are pleased to announce that, you can officially purchase your brand new Honda machine right now from your nearest Honda dealership and, you can expect to invest into this brand new Honda Fire Blade SP for a cost of £14,999 ranging upwards to £15,599 with ABS.

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