– 2020 Motorcycle Reviews / Specs / News / Features Explained + Pictures & Videos –
Looking for info and news on 2020 Honda Motorcycle models? Detailed reviews on some of the 2020 Motorcycles that you’re trying to find out more information on? Below you’ll find details like Specs, Prices, Release Dates, Buyer’s Guides, Comparison Reviews on everything 2-wheels from Honda whether it be their 2020 CBR Sport Bikes, Touring Motorcycles like the All-New Gold Wing, Cruisers, Choppers, Naked StreetFighter & Cafe Racer Bikes, Adventure Bikes, Beginner Motorcycles or Off-Road CRF Enduro / Trail & CRF-R Motocross Race Bikes etc or 2020 Honda DCT Automatic Motorcycles, Scooters and everything in-between! Stay tuned for sneak peek info and more by signing up to our newsletter below or by following me on social media etc for updates as I’m always posting sneak-peek Honda motorcycle info.
Update: The 2021 Honda motorcycle lineup has already started below with the 2021 CBR1000RR-R and we will be getting our next 2021 motorcycle announcement from Honda in January 2020…
- NEW 2020 Honda Motorcycle Announcement / Release Update #1 – Click Here
- NEW 2020 Honda CT125 Concept SNEAK PEEK! – Click Here
- NEW 2020 Honda Rebel 500 Review / Specs + Changes Explained – Click Here
- NEW 2020 Honda Gold Wing / Tour Changes Announcement + More! – Click Here
- NEW 2021 Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP Review / Specs + Changes Explained – Click Here
Below you’ll find all of the 2020 motorcycle models in the lineup from Honda that have been announced to date. This list will be updated frequently as model info is rolled out, leaked etc so check back for updates.
- 2020 Honda Motorcycles / Model Lineup Categories
- 2020 Honda Touring Motorcycles
- 2020 Honda Adventure Motorcycles
- 2020 Honda Cruiser Motorcycles
- 2020 Honda Standard Motorcycles
- 2020 Honda SuperSport Motorcycles
- 2020 Honda Sport Motorcycles
- 2020 Honda Neo Sports Cafe Motorcycles
- 2020 Honda miniMOTO motorcycles
- 2020 Honda Dual-Sport Motorcycles
- 2020 Honda Scooters
2020 Honda Motorcycles
Honda’s Monkey has a history nearly six decades old, a fact that no doubt contributed to the enthusiastic reception that this current iteration—unveiled to U.S. customers less than a year ago—has enjoyed. Already fostering its own motorcycling subculture, the Monkey is back for 2020, and its faithfulness to the 1961 Z100 (originally designed for an amusement-park attraction) prompts many a trip down memory lane. But actual trips are a pleasure as well, thanks to the Monkey’s modern attributes: a fuel-injected SOHC 125cc single-cylinder engine delivering robust and enjoyable power, an inverted fork, a circular LCD digital meter, all-LED lighting, available inertial measurement unit (IMU)-based ABS.
Most importantly, the 2020 Monkey is back in a new color which I predicted a little while back here. I get lucky every now and then haha.
- 2020 Monkey Colors
- Monkey ABS: Pearl Nebula Red
- Monkey: Pearl Glittering Blue
- 2020 Monkey Prices
- Monkey ABS: $4,199
- Monkey: $3,999
- 2020 Monkey 125 Release Date: October 2019
- 2020 Monkey 125 Changes: Yes, explained here.
The fun, pocketsize model that inspired a cultural revolution returns for 2020, but it still has a serious sporty side, with a SOHC four-stroke engine, fuel injection, four-speed transmission with manual clutch, LCD dash, stacked LED headlight layout and available ABS. It all adds up to excellent throttle response, remarkable fuel efficiency, nimble handling and a road-hugging but compliant ride, but the Grom’s most noteworthy feature is inarguably the diminutive size that promises approachability to new riders and fun to more experienced customers.
- 2020 Grom Colors
- Grom ABS: Cherry Red
- Grom: Cherry Red; Blue Raspberry; Incredible Green; Halloween Orange
- 2020 Grom Price
- Grom ABS: $3,599
- Grom: $3,399
- 2020 Grom 125 Release Date: June 2019
- 2020 Grom 125 Changes: None
- 2020 Super Cub Colors:
- Pearl Nebula Red
- 2020 Super Cub Price / MSRP: $3,649
- 2020 Super Cub 125 Release Date: November 2019
- 2020 Super Cub 125 Changes: None
2020 Honda Rebel 300
Already known for their user-friendly performance and ability to deftly navigate city streets, the 2020 Rebel 300 now has an assist-slipper clutch that reduces clutch-lever effort by 30% while also offering additional control under deceleration. A new fork with stiffer spring rates and revised oil levels delivers improved handling for when those city streets turn to twisting backroads, while an updated shock with stiffer spring rates provides similar levels of support. An improved meter provides important information such as gear selection and fuel level, while a seat with updated thickness and density offers increased support. A repositioned and reshaped LED headlight is paired to new LED turn signals and a redesigned LED taillight, further enhancing the stylish looks of the two models. The Rebel 500 is powered by a 471cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine with strong bottom-end torque and a smooth, linear power delivery, and the Rebel 300 has a 286cc single-cylinder engine with strong character and user-friendly power delivery.
- 2020 Rebel 300 Colors: Matte Fresco Brown, Graphite Black Metallic, Matte Blue Jeans Metallic
- 2020 Rebel 300 Price / MSRP: TBA
- 2020 Rebel 300 Release Date: March 2020
- 2020 Rebel 300 Changes: Yes, explained above.
Already known for their user-friendly performance and ability to deftly navigate city streets, the 2020 Rebel 500 now has an assist-slipper clutch that reduces clutch-lever effort by 30% while also offering additional control under deceleration. A new fork with stiffer spring rates and revised oil levels delivers improved handling for when those city streets turn to twisting backroads, while an updated shock with stiffer spring rates provides similar levels of support. An improved meter provides important information such as gear selection and fuel level, while a seat with updated thickness and density offers increased support. A repositioned and reshaped LED headlight is paired to new LED turn signals and a redesigned LED taillight, further enhancing the stylish looks of the two models. The Rebel 500 is powered by a 471cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine with strong bottom-end torque and a smooth, linear power delivery, and the Rebel 300 has a 286cc single-cylinder engine with strong character and user-friendly power delivery.
- 2020 Rebel 500 Colors: Matte Armored Silver, Graphite Black, Matte Blue Jeans Metallic
- 2020 Rebel 500 Price / MSRP: TBA
- 2020 Rebel 500 Release Date: March 2020
- 2020 Rebel 500 Changes: Yes, explained here.
2020 Honda Shadow Aero 750
Honoring tradition and style while still prioritizing performance and ease of ownership, Honda’s Shadow Aero® is a satisfying ride for a wide range of enthusiasts. Classic V-twin cruiser styling emphasizes retro lines, an ample front fender, chrome highlights and spoke wheels, but it comes with sensible elements like programmed fuel injection and shaft final drive, all for an affordable price.
- 2020 Shadow Aero 750 Colors: Black, Pearl Stallion Brown | ABS: Black
- 2020 Shadow Aero 750 Price / MSRP: TBA
- 2020 Shadow Aero 750 Release Date: February 2020
- 2020 Shadow Aero 750 Changes: None.
2020 Honda Shadow Phantom 750
For those who eschew bling and prefer their bobber-inspired V-twin cruisers to have a minimalist, uncluttered look with an extensive blackout treatment, but also appreciate the convenience of reliable performance and programmed fuel injection, the low-profile Shadow Phantom® continues to be a popular staple in Honda’s lineup.
- 2020 Shadow Phantom 750 Colors: Black, Matte Pearl White
- 2020 Shadow Phantom 750 Price / MSRP: $7,899
- 2020 Shadow Phantom 750 Release Date: February 2020
- 2020 Shadow Phantom 750 Changes: None.
2020 Honda Fury 1300
The Fury makes its return for 2020 with no changes mechanically and the Pearl Hawkseye Blue color carries over from last year. Motorcycles have never been about blending in—especially not this one. Nothing on the road looks or rides like a Honda Fury. Long and lean, it’s one of the cleanest choppers ever. And the Fury’s 1312cc V-twin engine delivers all the power and torque you need to motivate down the road. Best of all, the Fury is about more than just looks; since it’s a Honda, it handles better than most other choppers, and offers our world-famous reliability too. Everyone wants a bike that looks good. But looking good and riding great are even better. Boasting a robust exhaust note that fits perfectly with its head-turning looks, the Fury is pure, undiluted chopper essence.
- 2020 Fury 1300 Colors: Pearl Hawkseye Blue
- 2020 Fury 1300 Price / MSRP: $10,599
- 2020 Fury 1300 Release Date: March 2020
- 2020 Fury 1300 Changes: None
Featuring Honda’s Neo-Sports Café naked-bike design in its most lightweight representation, the CB300R returns for 2020 in a new Pearl Blue color, and promises performance and lifestyle in equal parts. The compact, fuel-injected 286cc DOHC four-valve, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine has a straight-shot intake path and a free-revving exhaust system. The tapered-wall aluminum swingarm and aluminum wheels minimize unsprung weight, enabling responsive, precise handling. Excellent braking performance is achieved via a 296mm floating front brake disc paired with a radial-mount Nissin four-piston caliper, a 220mm rear disc matched to a single-piston caliper, and standard two-channel ABS with an IMU. The minimalist style centralizes weight for optimum chassis feel, performance, and balance, and that deliberate reduction shows off the machine’s hard-edged attitude with its exposed, blacked-out hardware and dramatic cutaway tail. A full-function LCD instrument display provides simple readouts, and full LED lighting (including a dual-bar headlight signature and Honda’s thinnest taillight) round out the look.
The 2020 CB300R is only available with ABS. There is not a non ABS model as with previous model years and models in general.
- Color: Matte Pearl Blue
- Price: CB300R ABS: $4,949
- 2020 CB300R Release Date: June 2019
- 2020 CB300R Changes: Yes (shown above)
I know this isn’t a 2020 model year CBR1000RR but Honda has technically skipped doing a 2020 CBR1000RR and skipped straight to the all-new 2021 CBR1000RR-R model lineup. The CBR1000RR-R is a brand-new motorcycle, built with an unwavering focus on circuit riding, with unprecedented levels of performance and control. Its inline four-cylinder engine draws heavily on the RC213V-S’s combustion efficiency and low-friction technologies – while also sharing its bore and stroke; it also features titanium con-rods and forged aluminum pistons. Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) has been optimized and adjustable Start Mode added to Power, Engine Brake and Wheelie Control. An aluminum diamond frame features a longer RC213V-S-style swingarm, with six-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), 3-level Honda Electronic Steering Damper (HESD) and Showa suspension front and rear. New Nissin brake calipers bite 330mm discs through 2-level ABS. The bodywork and riding position have an uncompromising focus on aerodynamic performance, and the fairing features MotoGP-derived winglets to generate downforce. A full-color TFT screen and Honda Smart Key and more are added to the mix.
- 2021 CBR1000RR-R Colors: TBA January 2020
- 2021 CBR1000RR-R Price / MSRP: TBA January 2020
- 2021 CBR1000RR-R Release Date: TBA January 2020
- 2021 CBR1000RR-R Changes: Yes, explained here.
I know this isn’t a 2020 model year CBR1000RR but Honda has technically skipped doing a 2020 CBR1000RR and skipped straight to the all-new 2021 CBR1000RR-R model lineup. Focusing on outright track performance, engineers have developed the CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP with engine and chassis technology from MotoGP, the all-new model drawing heavily on the RCV combustion efficiency and low-friction solutions. The engine is more compact than the inline four-cylinder powerplant it replaces and benefits from the use of high-end technologies like titanium connecting rods, forged aluminum pistons and finger-follower rocker arms.
The CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP uses an all-new aluminum diamond frame with increased vertical and torsional rigidity, but decreased horizontal rigidity, for maximum levels of grip and feel. A longer swingarm—stamped from aluminum of 18 individual thicknesses—is developed with lessons learned through Honda’s Grand Prix efforts, further highlighting the connection between the all-new model and Honda’s championship-winning race bikes.
Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) has been optimized and an adjustable Start Mode joins Power, Engine Brake and Wheelie Control; a quick shifter is standard. The CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP is outfitted with a six-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), three-level Honda Electronic Steering Damper (HESD) and second-generation Öhlins Smart Electronic Control (S-EC) suspension and user interface. New Brembo Stylema brake calipers bite 330mm rotors through two-level ABS. The bodywork and riding position have an uncompromising focus on aerodynamic performance, and the fairing features MotoGP-derived winglets to generate downforce. A full-color TFT screen and Honda Smart Key are the finishing touches.
- 2021 CBR1000RR-R SP Colors: Tricolor
- 2021 CBR1000RR-R SP Price / MSRP: TBA
- 2021 CBR1000RR-R SP Release Date: June 2020
- 2021 CBR1000RR-R SP Changes: Yes, explained here.
2020 Honda CB500X
Again and again since its 2013 launch, Honda’s CB500X has enjoyed popularity that caught many people by surprise, but it really shouldn’t—especially after last year’s adventure-focused makeover, which included a bump-absorbing 19 inch front wheel, a long-travel shock, a slipper clutch and more. A true adventure machine, the CB500X is available in standard and ABS versions, and it shines when conditions reward light weight, maneuverability and smooth power. And when the work schedule doesn’t permit a real adventure, the CB500X also boasts stellar performance as a commuter.
- 2020 CB500X Colors: Grand Prix Red
- 2020 CB500X Price / MSRP: $6,699 / ABS $6,999
- 2020 CB500X Release Date: January 2020
- 2020 CB500X Changes: None
2020 Honda NC750X
Long heralded as the ultimate commuting motorcycle, the NC750X is also a legitimate adventure machine. For the former application, features like excellent fuel efficiency, convenient storage compartment and smooth power are the standouts, whereas the ADV styling, upright riding position and long-travel suspension are welcome when it comes to recreational expeditions. In both cases, this midsize machine’s affordable price, legendary reliability and available dual clutch transmission (DCT) appeal to riders of varying backgrounds and skill levels.
- 2020 NC750X Colors: Graphite Black
- 2020 NC750X Price / MSRP: TBA
- 2020 NC750X DCT Automatic Price / MSRP: TBA
- 2020 NC750X Release Date: January 2020
- 2020 NC750X Changes: None
2020 Honda CRF250L
The CRF250L is the motorcycle industry’s top-selling dual-sport model by a large margin, and it’s easy to understand why. With an affordable price, unmatched reliability and solid on- and off-road performance, Honda’s 250cc class dual-sport machine is an excellent value. With a long-travel 43mm inverted fork, single-shock Pro-Link® rear suspension and styling cues carried over from Honda’s CRF Performance line, both the standard and ABS versions of the CRF250L are ready to provide low-cost transportation and true dual-sport adventure.
- 2020 CRF250L Colors: Red
- 2020 CRF250L Price / MSRP: $5,199 | ABS $5,499
- 2020 CRF250L Release Date: March 2020
- 2020 CRF250L Changes: None
2020 Honda CRF250L Rally
Based on the popular CRF250L but with rally styling inspired by the factory HRC Monster Energy Honda team, the CRF250L Rally touts a large 2.7-gallon fuel tank and a frame-mounted wind screen that make it comfortable for long-distance adventuring, but it also offers nimble handling in city traffic or on technical trails. Available in standard and ABS versions, the CRF250L Rally possesses relaxed dirt-bike ergonomics, long-travel off-road suspension and smooth power.
- 2020 CRF250L Rally Colors: Red
- 2020 CRF250L Rally Price / MSRP: $5,949 | ABS $6,249
- 2020 CRF250L Rally Release Date: March 2020
- 2020 CRF250L Rally Changes: None
With an aggressive appearance, enjoyable engine and capable chassis, Honda’s true all-rounder continues to win fans among a broad range of consumers. For 2020, both Africa Twin versions (each of which is still available with either an improved manual transmission or a more advanced version of Honda’s automatic DCT), cram more power and torque into a lighter overall package, maintaining principles that have been intrinsic to the model since day one. The water-cooled, overhead-cam, parallel-twin engine receives an 86cc displacement increase, along with improved intake and exhaust systems, resulting in a horsepower boost of approximately 6 percent. The frame is updated for optimized handling characteristics, the rear subframe now has aluminum construction and is detachable, and the CRF450R-style aluminum swingarm is lighter and more rigid.
A six-axis inertial measurement unit (IMU) makes possible the addition of new rider aids including wheelie control, cornering ABS, rear-lift control, DCT cornering detection and cornering lights, while a new, 6.5-inch thin-film transistor (TFT) color touchscreen display is compatible with Apple CarPlay®. Cruise control is now standard on both Africa Twin versions.
Despite sharing improvements, each Africa Twin type maintains an individual role. The standard version has a sharply renewed focus on off-road use, with a shorter, fixed windscreen and a 5.0 gallon fuel tank. Meanwhile, the Adventure Sports ES offers real long-haul ability and practicality, boasting intelligent Showa Electronically Equipped Ride Adjustment suspension (EERA™), tubeless wheels, heated grips, accessory socket, larger skid plate, aluminum rear rack and a 6.5 gallon tank.
- 2020 Africa Twin Model Options / Variations:
- Option 1: Africa Twin 1100 with Manual Transmission (Model ID: CRF1100L)
- Price / MSRP: $14,399
- Option 2: Africa Twin 1100 with DCT Automatic Transmission (Model ID: CRF1100LD)
- Price / MSRP: $15,199
- Option 3: Africa Twin 1100 Adventure Sports ES with Manual Transmission (Model ID: CRF1100L4)
- Price / MSRP: $17,199
- Option 4: Africa Twin 1100 Adventure Sports ES with DCT Automatic Transmission (Model ID: CRF1100L4D)
- Price / MSRP: $17,999
- Option 1: Africa Twin 1100 with Manual Transmission (Model ID: CRF1100L)
- 2020 Africa Twin 1100 Colors
- Africa Twin: Matte Black Metallic (USA), Red
- Africa Twin Adventure Sports ES / DCT: Pearl Glare White / Blue
- 2020 Africa Twin Release Date: March 2020
- 2020 Africa Twin Changes: Yes, Click Here for explanation of all changes.
2020 Honda Gold Wing model lineup changes:
- Fog lights standard on Tour models, for improved visibility in varying conditions.
- On Tour models, reshaped rear-seat grab handles provide improved ergonomics for passengers of all body types.
- Saddlebag-mounted USB charger on all models (previously standard only on Airbag model) joins dash-mounted charger for increased charging options.
- Updated front and rear suspension settings.
- Revised button on center storage pocket features improved action.
- Minor software updates on navigation system.
- Blacked-out engine, frame and wheels now available on Pearl Glare White Tour and Tour DCT.
- All-new black with anodized surfaces available on Gold Wing and Gold Wing DCT.
- 2020 Gold Wing Color: Matte Black Metallic
- 2020 Gold Wing Price / MSRP: $23,800
- 2020 Gold Wing Release Date: January 2020
- 2020 Gold Wing Changes: Yes, Click Here for explanation of all changes.
- 2020 Gold Wing DCT Color: Matte Black Metallic
- 2020 Gold Wing DCT Price / MSRP: $25,000
- 2020 Gold Wing DCT Release Date: January 2020
- 2020 Gold Wing DCT Changes: Yes, Click Here for explanation of all changes.
- 2020 Gold Wing Tour Colors: Pearl Glare White, Candy Ardent Red/Black
- 2020 Gold Wing Tour Prices / MSRP:
- Pearl Glare White: $27,500
- Candy Ardent Red/Black: $28,000
- 2020 Gold Wing Tour Release Date: January 2020
- 2020 Gold Wing Tour Changes: Yes, Click Here for explanation of all changes.
- 2020 Gold Wing Tour DCT Colors: Pearl Glare White, Candy Ardent Red/Black
- 2020 Gold Wing Tour DCT Prices / MSRP
- Pearl Glare White: $28,500
- Candy Ardent Red/Black: $29,000
- 2020 Gold Wing Tour DCT Release Date: January 2020
- 2020 Gold Wing Tour DCT Changes: Yes, Click Here for explanation of all changes.
- 2020 Gold Wing Tour DCT Airbag Color: Darkness Black Metallic/Gray
- 2020 Gold Wing Tour DCT Airbag Price / MSRP: $32,300
- 2020 Gold Wing Tour DCT Airbag Release Date: January 2020
- 2020 Gold Wing Tour DCT Airbag Changes: Yes, Click Here for explanation of all changes.
2020 Honda Scooters
2020 Honda Metropolitan
Affordable and simple to operate, Honda’s Metropolitan is a European-style scooter that’s a fun, super-sensible choice for anyone seeking around-town transportation. Practical features include incredible fuel range, storage compartments in the dash and under the seat, a convenient hook to secure a bag, and an available rear carrier. Notable for its appealing, rounded lines, the Metropolitan turns short hops into big fun.
- 2020 Metropolitan Colors: Coastal Blue, Pearl Soft Beige
- 2020 Metropolitan Price / MSRP: $2,499
- 2020 Metropolitan Release Date: March 2020
- 2020 Metropolitan Changes: None.
2020 Honda Ruckus
Featuring a unique, industrial-looking design, the Honda Ruckus® oozes personality and attitude. With its exposed frame and dual, round headlights, this scooter has inspired a cult following, but it’s also extremely affordable and fuel-efficient, making it popular with not only those seeking a great platform to customize, but also anyone seeking nimble, fun, reliable around-town transportation.
- 2020 Ruckus Colors: Black, White / Red
- 2020 Ruckus Price / MSRP: $2,749
- 2020 Ruckus Release Date: March 2020
- 2020 Ruckus Changes: None.
2020 Honda PCX150
Combining abundant practicality and enjoyment, Honda’s PCX150 is the ultimate tool for tackling urban environments in style. Boasting congestion-busting maneuverability, zippy power, incredible fuel efficiency and low emissions, this scooter makes completing around-town tasks simple and fun. Friendly for new riders and agreeable for more experienced customers, the PCX150 comes with convenient characteristics like smart-phone-ready auxiliary power and ample storage under the hinged seat, plus performance features such as quick-stopping brakes and comfortable suspension. For 2020, it’s available in an attractive Candy Luster Red color.
- 2020 PCX150 Colors: Candy Luster Red
- 2020 PCX150 Price / MSRP: $3,699 | ABS $3,999
- 2020 PCX150 Release Date: March 2020
- 2020 PCX150 Changes: None.
2020 Honda CRF Dirt Bikes
2020 Honda CRF PERFORMANCE LINE / Race Dirt Bikes
Last year saw Honda significantly expand its CRF Performance family to include machines for riding applications including motocross, closed-course off-road, pure off-road, and even dual sport. For 2020, a number of models in the lineup get important upgrades to keep Red Riders running at the front of the pack.
For 2020, Honda’s flagship CRF450R—the same platform raced by Team Honda HRC’s Ken Roczen and Cole Seely—puts more engine-management choices at the fingertips of racers, with the addition of Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC). Developed through HRC’s worldwide racing effort, the system maximizes rear-tire hookup to keep all of the Unicam® engine’s horsepower driving the bike and rider forward, improving racing success regardless of track conditions. In keeping with racing-body regulations, the system measures rate of rpm increase and adjusts delivery accordingly, and a handlebar-mounted switch enables selection from three levels of delivery (most in class). In addition, the CRF450R’s front-rear balance is refined and handling is improved thanks to internal suspension updates, and a new battery position that lowers the machine’s center of gravity. Improved rear-brake pad performance and durability, and the exclusive specification of Dunlop Geomax® MX3S tires round out a machine that’s ready to take riders to the next level.
- 2020 CRF450R Price / MSRP: $9,399
- 2020 CRF450R Release Date: July 2019
- 2020 CRF450R Changes: Yes (shown above)
Following a successful debut year in which it quickly caught the eye of performance-hungry enthusiasts who demand the absolute best, the CRF450RWE (“Works Edition”) gets even better for 2020, with updates based on the machines in the Team Honda HRC factory race shop. Already a dominant force when it comes to lap times, this exclusive model now features a full titanium Yoshimura exhaust system, as a lightweight Ti header (the first of its kind on a Honda motocross model) joins the titanium Yosh muffler, all specifically designed to work with the model’s hand-polished ports. Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), developed through HRC’s worldwide racing effort, now comes standard, enabling three levels of intervention via a handlebar-mounted switch, and a new battery position lowers the machine’s center of gravity. Rounding out the changes are internal suspension updates, improved rear brake-pad performance and durability, new dual-compound Renthal grips and graphic updates.
- 2020 CRF450RWE Price: $ 11,999
- 2020 CRF450RWE Release Date: August 2019
- 2020 CRF450RWE Changes: Yes (shown above)
2020 Honda CRF450RX
- 2020 CRF450RX Price: $9,699
- 2020 CRF450RX Release Date: October 2019
- 2020 CRF450RX Changes: Yes (shown above)
2020 Honda CRF450X
- 2020 CRF450X Price: $9,799
- 2020 CRF450X Release Date: September 2019
- 2020 CRF450X Changes: Yes (shown above)
2020 Honda CRF450L (Dual-Sport)
- 2020 CRF450L Price: $10,399
- 2020 CRF450L Release Date: October 2019
- 2020 CRF450L Changes: Yes (shown above)
2020 Honda CRF250R
- 2020 CRF250R Price: $7,999
- 2020 CRF250R Release Date: July 2019
- 2020 CRF250R Changes: Yes (shown above)
2020 Honda CRF250RX
- 2020 CRF250RX Price: $8,299
- 2020 CRF250RX Release Date: October 2019
- 2020 CRF250RX Changes: Yes (shown above)
2020 Honda CRF150R / CRF150R Big Wheel
- 2020 CRF150R Prices
- CRF150R: $5,099
- CRF150R Big Wheel: $5,299
- 2020 CRF150R Release Date: August 2019
- 2020 CRF150R Changes: None
2020 Honda CRF Trail / Dirt Bike Lineup
Motorcycling is armed with legions of riders who got their start on Honda trail bikes, and with the 2020 lineup of CRF Trail models, that trend is sure to continue long into the future.
2020 Honda CRF250F
- 2020 CRF250F Price: $4,599
- 2020 CRF250F Release Date: August 2019
- 2020 CRF250F Changes: None
2020 Honda CRF125F / CRF125F Big Wheel
- 2020 CRF125F Prices
- CRF125F: $3,099
- CRF125F Big Wheel: $3,499
- 2020 CRF125F Release Date: July 2019
- 2020 CRF125F Changes: None
- 2020 CRF110F Price: $2,399
- 2020 CRF110F Release Date: July 2019
- 2020 CRF110F Changes: None
2020 Honda CRF50F
The modern version of the classic, beloved, Z50, the pocketsize CRF50F delivers kids’ first riding thrills (and lifelong memories!) via a 49cc air-cooled engine with an automatic clutch. Ten-inch wheels enable a low seat height and facilitate spirited, nimble handling, helping pack more fun per cubic centimeter into this kids bike than any motorcycle around.
- 2020 CRF50F Price: $1,549
- 2020 CRF50F Release Date: July 2019
- 2020 CRF50F Changes: None