Alpharetta, GA — If you’re looking to buy a motorcycle this year, Honda, a leading motorcycle brand, has exciting news for you. Expanding its small-displacement motorcycle lineup for 2023, Honda is introducing two new dual-sport bikes—the XR150L and a low-seat version of the CRF300L, called the CRF300LS.
These additions cater to riders of various experience levels, including beginners, and showcase Honda’s dedication to offering motorcycles that suit a diverse range of backgrounds and preferences.
XR150L: Versatile Dual-Sport for Budget-Conscious Adventurers
The XR150L, an all-new model, is designed with beginner and value-focused riders in mind, offering an affordable, accessible, and versatile dual-sport motorcycle. The models are suitable for urban transportation and weekend motorcycle adventures on mixed terrain. This new offering comes with the reputation for reliability established by the XR650L and boasts the industry’s lowest price for a full-size dual-sport motorcycle, with an MSRP of $2,971. The XR150L is expected to be available in April in black and white color options.
CRF300LS: A Lower Seat Height Option for the Popular Dual-Sport Bike
On the other hand, the CRF300LS caters to riders who prefer a shorter seat height, making the popular CRF300L platform even more accessible. This addition to Honda’s lineup joins the returning traditional-seat-height CRF300L and the rally-inspired CRF300L Rally, both available in standard and ABS versions. The CRF300L platform has long been the motorcycle industry’s top-selling dual-sport model, offering unparalleled value and reliability. The CRF300LS is priced at $5,699 and is anticipated to be available in May in a Swift Gray color.
Navi: An Affordable Motorcycle Redefining Urban Mobility
Furthermore, Honda is also bringing back the Navi miniMOTO for its second year on the US market. This affordable motorcycle has quickly garnered a massive following, becoming the industry’s top-selling on-road motorcycle. The Navi combines the styling of a motorcycle with some convenience features of a scooter, including Honda’s V-Matic automatic transmission. With an MSRP of $1,807 and available in various colors, the Navi is expected to be available in March.
Brandon Wilson, American Honda Manager of Sports & Experiential, said, “These models make motorcycling more accessible to new and cost-conscious riders while still offering an enjoyable ride experience for long-time enthusiasts.”
As Honda remains committed to catering to a diverse customer base, these fresh models and returning favorites showcase the company’s determination to enhance the motorcycling experience for riders at all levels. If you’re a beginner in the market to buy a motorcycle, Honda’s latest offerings make it easier than ever to find a bike that suits your needs, providing enjoyment, convenience, and practicality for every rider.