Honda’s killer-looking engine has wreaked havoc on the market and will beat Royal Enfield for smart features and huge mileage

Honda's killer-looking engine has wreaked havoc on the market and will beat Royal Enfield for smart features and massive mileage

Honda Motorcycle has launched many great motorcycles in the Indian market. Honda Company has announced the launch of the new Shadow Aero 2023 in the US market. The new heavyweight Harley-Davidson lookalike Honda Shadow Aero Cruiser is priced at Rs 6.37 lakh. The bike is seen with a single ultra blue metallic color. Honda’s killer-looking engine has wreaked havoc on the market and will beat Royal Enfield for smart features and massive mileage.

Honda Shadow Aero Cruiser Stylish design

The two-tone paint scheme on the new Honda Shadow Aero Cruiser bike gives the bike a clean look. The body elements on the Honda motorcycle include cylinder head cover, air cleaner cover, engine side cover, brake and clutch lever brackets, rear brake pedal, shift lever, handlebar and rear shock cover.

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Characteristics of the Honda Shadow Aero Cruiser motorcycle

The Honda Shadow Aero Cruiser motorcycle uses elements such as beach-style retractable handlebars, split seats, dual exhaust canisters and spoked wheels to give the motorcycle a Harley-Davidson inspired styling. At the heart of the bike is a 745cc, V-twin, liquid-cooled engine. It has an overhead camshaft and three valves per cylinder configuration. The engine is mated to a five-speed gearbox in the Honda motorcycle and sends power to the rear wheel using a shaft final drive.

Honda Shadow Aero Cruiser bike race

The motorcycle has a 41mm telescopic front fork, supported by twin shock absorbers with adjustable preload on the Honda Shadow Aero Cruiser. Braking is provided by a single 296mm disc at the front and a 180mm drum at the rear. It comes with 17-inch front wheels and 15-inch rear wheels. The bike is currently only offered in the US market, but it is unlikely to be announced in India anytime soon. If launched, it will directly rival the Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650.