If you are looking for a motorcycle that offers 1832cc of power with plenty of storage, a sleek new look and an affordable price, American Honda Motors just introduced the 2013 Honda Gold Wing F6B..
The Honda Gold Wing 1800 Vs The Honda Gold Wing F6B
Similarities between the two Gold Wings:
The Honda Gold Wing F6B will have the same engine as the Gold Wing 1800. This 1832cc liquid-cooled, horizontally opposed six-cylinder engine has proven itself as the premier in its class and offers the same low center of gravity in the Gold Wing F6B giving the rider exceptional maneuverability and handling. Gold Wing F6B owners will also find the integrated locking luggage, comfortable seat, awesome surround sound with I-Pod connectivity and a large selection of accessories to add on to their bike to personalize it. Both versions of the Gold Wing also come with a three-year unlimited mileage, limited warranty from the factory.
Differences between the two Gold Wings:
The Honda Gold Wing F6B comes with a remote controlled spring pre-load adjustable suspension, unlike the Gold Wing 1800 which harbors a computer-controlled spring preload adjustment with two memory presets. The storage capacity is only 22 liters, but still offers plenty of room for road trips. The bodywork is a sleek new design with long and low lines that also provide plenty of protection from the elements. The new Gold Wing F6B comes with a low profile windscreen, which offers wind protection while giving the rider a feel of the open road.
Available in a Standard or Deluxe Version:
The 2013 Gold Wing F6B will come in both the standard and the deluxe version. The standard version will have an MSRP starting at $19,999 and will be available in Black or Red. The deluxe version has a starting MSRP of $20,999 and will be available in the same colors but will also come with a center stand, self-canceling turn signals, a backrest and heated grips.
The Brand New 2013 Honda Gold Wing F6B will be available on showroom floors beginning February 2013 but will be available to see across the country at the International Motorcycle Shows starting in December of 2012.