Saturday, March 13, 2010

2010 Honda CB Twister

The 2010 Honda CB Twister turns up the heat in the Indian motorcycle market.
Honda’s fingers have firmly located the Indian biker’s pulse. It knows we can’t resist good-looking motorcycles. And that we must have durable quality, a reliable engine and unmatched fuel economy, all of which has to come home attractively priced.

Enter, the 109cc CB Twister, a commuter bike that looks like no other Indian commuter bike to date and has launched with Honda saying it has perfected every aspect of its new motorcycle. Read on and allow us to bring you our opinion on Honda’s new CB Twister.

Your eyes won’t believe they’re upon a commuter bike while viewing Honda’s CB Twister. Sharply styled with cues from the designed-in-Europe CB1000R, Honda’s new commuter motorcycle is cleanly styled without the clutter of many decals.

Much of its mass concentrates forward and close to its center of gravity. Six ‘V’ shaped spokes frame the CB’s attractive black alloy wheels, with this same shade coating much of the bike, including its front forks, handlebar, side and rear cowls, engine and stubby silencer. Honda is offering five metallic paint shades with its new bike.