The Honda Rebel

Whether you are an entry-level rider or an experienced rider looking for an easy-to handle, lightweight, fuel-efficient cruiser style motorcycle, a new or used Honda Rebel is a motorcycle you should check out.

The Honda Rebel is the smallest cruiser produced by American Honda Motor Corp and for 2014 came in either a black color scheme or a red color scheme. With a twin-cylinder 234cc SOHC four-stroke engine, the Honda Rebel is virtually maintenance free and rider friendly with a low seat height of only 26.6 inches. The Rebel has a five-speed transmission, for easy shifting, can get roughly 84 mpg, and the 2.6 gallon teardrop shaped gas tank also has room for .7 gallon reserve.

New or used, the Honda Rebel is stylish and fun. The dual rear shocks come in a five-position spring preload with an adjustability of 2.9 inches of travel. The Rebel comes with chrome-plated headlight case, chrome-plated taillight housing, chrome- plated turn-signal housing. Additional features in clued a push-to-cancel turn-signal switch, a key-operated steering lock for security, an easy-to-use helmet lock and when purchased new, a transferable one-year, unlimited-mileage warranty.

The Honda Rebel has been in production since the mid 80’s and the official model designation is the CMX250C. The engine is the same as used in the Honda 250 Nighthawk and both the Honda Rebel and the Honda Nighthawk are used in many motorcycle safety courses.

A brand new 2014 Honda Rebel retails for $4190.00, but good used ones are often found for around $3000.00