When the Fury Chopper was launched in the global market by Honda, the Japanese auto manufacturer, in the year 2009, market experts did not have any notion that this bike would be capable of performing well. This is because it was launched in the chopper bikes segment that was being dominated by the Harley Davidson bikes from its American maker of the same name. All predictions of the experts were proved wrong by the Honda Fury. The bike was not only able to successfully sustain itself, but its position has also been consolidated across the automobile world. Put in simple perspective, the Honda Fury bikes are now considered to be as strong performers as the bikes from Harley Davidson.
The bike has been crafted with unique engineering, which ensures that its wheelbase is the longest among all the bikes that have been designed by Honda. Power to the Honda Fury is provided by its 1312cc liquid cooled v-Twin engine, which makes it capable of churning out maximum power 57Bhp@4300rpm and also achieve peak torque 71.32lb-ft@3100rpm. The Honda Fury has been adorned with significant top-market features, including its latest chopped styling and its powerful engine comes with reduced emission. The powerful bike emits a strong high-volume sound that matches its frame. The riding position has been made comfortable with immense space provided on the riding seat along with the support of a wider rear tyre complimented with a slimmer front tyre. The rear suspension comes with single-shock thereby contributing to a strong look from its tail side. All these aspects ensure that the customers get worthy enough return on their investment, something that Honda Motors has made a habit of providing.
Honda Motors has recently revealed its 2012 edition of the Honda Fury and has shared the information about all the additional features that this modified version has been equipped with. The latest bike is going to get its very own customized cast wheels along with improved shaft drive, programmable fuel injection, and anti-breaking system among many others. Five different color options have been provided to the latest Honda Fury, including matt-silver metallic, ultra-blue metallic, dark-red metallic, metallic silver and black. The Honda Fury has been designed to serve, as an illustration, in the biking segment and carries the pure and original looks of the chopper, thereby supporting a superb combination of style and power that has not been matched till date by any other competitive super bike in the world. The price set for the latest Honda Fury in the global market is $13,000. The manufacturer is also offering a warranty of two years with the bike. The bike is expected to offer unhindered performance and will be requiring a servicing only after being ridden for 6000km.