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Honda Australia Reveal Pricing and Arrival Date For Honda CRF450L

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The new CRF450L is a true street-legal dirtbike that offers the reliability, refinement and quality of a Honda.
The new CRF450L is a true street-legal dirtbike that offers the reliability, refinement and quality of a Honda, along with the handling and power of their best off-road machines.

Long awaited, this new enduro beast will be available in dealerships in the coming weeks for an MLP of $12,999.

The Honda CRF450L features a powerful 449cc Unicam engine, twin-spar aluminium CRF chassis, six-speed transmission and premium suspension.

The 449cc Unicam fuel-injected engine combines the best of single- and double-overhead-cam designs. The configuration contributes to a compact engine that saves weight over a comparable dual-overhead-camshaft motor and permits a narrow included valve angle.

This flattens the combustion chamber to facilitate ignition flame propagation, allowing a high compression ratio. Since less space is taken up in the cylinder head, the camshaft sits lower in the head for a more compact engine and a lower centre of gravity.
For those serious off-road competitors, there are performance parts available to enhance your racing experience.
The CRF450L is fully street legal, meaning it can be ridden wherever it‰Ûªs legal to operate a motor vehicle. In addition, you don‰Ûªt need to tow the CRF450L anywhere ‰ÛÒ like to a private track for a Saturday ride, you can just ride it there - so convenient!

For those serious off-road competitors, there are performance parts available to enhance your racing experience.

Electric start ensures trouble-free starting in all conditions and drives the clutch side of the crankshaft to provide superior lubrication to starter gears while producing a narrow engine with a short, strong crank.

The CRF450L has a six-speed gearbox that gives riders a low gear perfect for tight, slow situations and a top gear that‰Ûªs tall enough for highway riding.

The CRF450Ls crank has 13 percent more inertia than the CRF450R, to smooth out power delivery and make the engine more user-friendly in tight, technical situations.
A ‰ÛÏride anywhere‰Û
The final-drive sprocket damper is designed to keep your bike quieter while not adding any weight. These unique drive sprockets are just another example of the CRF450Ls innovative engineering.

The addition of a lithium Ion battery saves weight and offers excellent performance. Conventional batteries are heavy, but not this premium piece. It is all part of why the new CRF450L performs as well as it does.

A ‰ÛÏride anywhere‰Û
The CRF450L features an all-LED lighting package, including the headlight.
The CRF450L features an all-LED lighting package, including the headlight. That‰Ûªs a big deal, because it takes a lot of weight off the front end and the lighting pattern is also specially designed for both on- and off-road situations. The LED taillight is integrated into the rear fender. It‰Ûªs light, compact and rigid.

The twin-spar aluminium frame is both light and stiff, and provides the basis for the CRF450L‰Ûªs excellent handling. The chassis geometry is specially selected for responsiveness and also is wider

A set of black rims and a forged alloy side stand is a well thought out addition to the bike.

There will be customer test ride events help during September and October in selected states around Australia, details for these and more information on the new CRF450L visit: https://motorcycles.honda.com.au/Off_Road_Enduro/CRF450L

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