2010 Honda Sabre 1300CS

2010 Honda Other

Price: US $7,991.00
Item location: West Palm Beach, Florida, United States
Make: Honda
Model: Other
SubModel: 1300CS
Year: 2010
Mileage: 9,372
VIN: JH2SC6705AK002218
Color: Red
Engine size: 1,312
Vehicle Title: Clear
Description

Up for auction is a 2010 Honda Sabre 1300CS. Only 9. 72 miles!!! Brand new front tire and the rear is practically new. Bike is gorgeous and has a really sweet look to it. Please find more information listed below and feel free to contact Robert Nicol at 561-227-6181. Bid with confidence as Schumacher Automotive has been a family owned company for over 40 years!!!Of the three new VT1300 Series motorcycles. the 2010 Sabre distinguishes itself as the most purebred boulevard cruiser of the trio with its pro-street styling. It starts with a longer stance than previous versions. with its lower frame rails skirting closer to the ground courtesy of a 70. 0-inch wheelbase that is a full 4. 5-inches longer than the old VTX. The 41mm fork is stretched out at a healthy 33-degree of rake. adding to its long and low appearance. The downtubes curve slightly in which allowed Honda to neatly tuck the slim-line radiator in between the rails. creating more space between the frame and front wheel. The top radiator hose tucks neatly behind the front valve cover. a new innovation for the marque that it has patented. Above the radiator. the steering head has been opened up to create space between it. the tank. and the engine which adds to its pro-street style. The 4. 4-gallon tank is stretched similarly to the Fury’s and features a chrome tank-mounted console. The big dial of the analog speedo is the focus of the console. but it also has an odometer. dual tripmeters. small turn signal indicator lights. high beam. a neutral indicator. oil pressure and coolant temp lights to go along with a digitally-displayed clock. The chrome housing is attractively styled. but the bike’s cockpit itself is very compact for my six-foot-frame and the dial sits well below my line of sight when riding. meaning glances at the speedo requires a momentary removal of my sight from the road ahead. Dual chromed exhausts streak down its right side while the driveshaft on the left sports a slim-profile. There’s no jacking of the driveshaft. instead power delivery to the rear wheel is constant and smooth. With no chain or belt guards present. it opens up the backside view of Honda’s new five-spoke design wheel.

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