When it comes to all-round dependable motorcycles, few surpass the Honda CB600F Hornet. Initially launched in 1998, before being updated in 2007, the bike was discontinued in 2013, yet remains popular with experienced and new motorcyclists alike.
Ideal for commuting into the urban sprawl as well as scratching that weekend riding itch, the last model used a detuned Honda CBR600RR engine, which actually produced more torque than its suspersport cousin and offered greater everyday usability.
Despite their low price-tag, Honda didn"t let the Hornet"s quality slip, with the bike enjoying a host of quality touches, including upside down forks and striking Italian design, setting it apart from its closest rivals.
- How the Honda Hornet compares to its rivals
"This Honda CB600F-B Hornet is fitted with a carbon exhaust can, R&G Aero frame protection sliders, R&G tail tidy, colour matched rear hugger, Givi monorack and top case.
"It is a UK bike with four previous owners and is in excellent condition with a full service history and just over 11000 miles on the clock.
"It comes complete with two sets of keys, owners manual and service book and will be serviced and supplied with an MOT and three month warranty."
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