List of Honda motorcycles

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This list of Honda - Motorcycles is organized chronologically and by types of motorcycles. Current models available in Germany are highlighted in bold. The specified years are only intended as a rough guide. Production and sales differ greatly depending on the sales market under consideration and cannot be fully represented here. Even within Europe, the sale of current models was and is e.g. B. in Germany, Switzerland or Spain sometimes very different. If exactly known, dates are discussed in the relevant articles.

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Antique car

Motorcycles before 1960

Single cylinder


  • P 50
  • PX (~ 50 cm³, 2-stroke engine)
  • Camino (~ 50 cm³, 2-stroke engine)


SL series (scrambler)

In the 1960s, street motorcycles with a higher seating position, the off-road mobility of which was slightly improved by means of coarse tires and raised exhaust systems, were very popular. In the late 1960s, Honda launched a series of models that ushered in the transition from scrambler to enduro .


R2 motor (CB / CM series)

R4 engine (CB / CBX series)

  • CBX 550 (PC 04, 1982–1985)
    • CBX 400 (identical, only available in Japan)
  • CBX 650 E (1983)

R6 engine

  • CBX (1047 cm³, 1978-1982)

V2 engine (CX / GL series "slurry pump")

V4 engine (VF series)

B4 engine (Gold Wing)

Super athletes and sports tourers

Single cylinder

R2 engine

R4 engine

V2 engine

V3 engine

  • NS 400 R (1985–1987, 2-stroke engine)

V4 engine


R2 engine

R4 engine

Naked bikes

Single cylinder

R4 engine

V2 engine

  • VT 500 E (1983–1987) → NTV (~ 650 cm³, 1988–1997)
  • NT 650 Hawk (1988–1998) (NTV 650 with chain drive only available in USA)


V2 engine

V4 engine

B6 engine

Enduros and travel enduros

Single cylinder

R2 engine

V2 engine

V4 engine

Chopper and Cruiser

Single cylinder

  • CMX 300 Rebel

R2 engine

V2 engine

B6 engine

Light and mopeds

Unless otherwise stated, it is always a wind-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke engine.



  • NSR 50 (1988–1995, liquid-cooled 2-stroke engine)
  • NS-1 (75 cm³, liquid-cooled 2-stroke engine)
  • NSR 125 R (until 2003, liquid-cooled 2-stroke engine)
  • CBR 125 R (2004-2016, liquid-cooled engine)





Two-stroke engine

Four-stroke engine

Large scooter

Competition motorcycles

(not to be operated in the area of ​​the Road Traffic Licensing Regulations )


50 cm³ class (historical)

125 cm³ class (historical)

250 cc class (historical)

350 cm³ class (historical)

500 cm³ class (historical)

Moto3 (250 cm³) since 2012

Moto2 (600 cm³) since 2010

MotoGP since 2002

  • V5 engine: RC211V (990 cm³, 2002-2006)
  • V4 engine: RC212V (800 cm³, 2006–2012) → RC213V (1000 cm³, since 2012)


Single cylinder two-stroke engine (CR series)

Single cylinder four-stroke engine (CRF series)

See also

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