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2013 Chicago IMS Report
…mom’s closet with my name on it for Christmas. That’s not to say that I hate the new Honda, it just wasn’t that exciting. It gets an estimated 70 mpg and Honda compared its Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) to the dual clutch of a Ferrari. The DCT would be a gift from the gods for some clutch-weary commuters…
2013 Suzuki V-Strom 650 ABS Comparison
…the addition. While the engine has plenty of zip, it functions efficiently too with the second-best average of 50.578 mpg, down quite a bit to the highly efficient NC700X but five mpg better than the Versys. While the V-Strom wins the race off the line, its sportbike-like disposition continues to shine…
Backroad Ramblings May 2009
…-cylinder engine, the trike is apparently called a Wildfire WF650c and returns a stunning 70 mpg with a single occupant and a brisk tailwind. ""More often though,"" the woman told me with a frown, ""I average 45 mpg with the kids in back."" The cockpit could best be described as cozy and had the unmistakable…
2011 ATK 700 Cruiser First Ride
…rather leisurely through the national parks of southern Utah, we never burned a whole tank of fuel in one day, but I estimate the mileage at nearly 60 mpg. That should easily net a range of over 200 miles-per-tank. As the miles added up I found that I was pleasantly surprised by my time on the ATK. The…
2010 Star V Star 250 Review
…like a 65mph-bound semi. Daily superslab work is just over its head, in our opinion, at least for carting around our 205 lbs. However, its near-70 mpg efficiency makes for a quick, reliable commuter on surface streets or tamer highway speeds. A five-speed transmission gets the job done, though the clutch…
2012 Honda NC700X First Look
…version, 505 pounds for the DCT model. Honda claims the NC700’s 3.7-gallon tank will net a range of “nearly” 240 miles. That’s more than 64 mpg by our remedial math reckoning. Riders will have to pop the seat, however, to fill up, as Honda repositions the fuel cell, allowing the area for a traditional…
2013 Kawasaki Ninja 300 First Ride
…compression ratio allows for the use of regular gas. And the slight reduction of fuel capacity is easily offset by the efficiency perks of EFI (see MPG challenge sidebar), with range well in excess of 200 miles – probably far closer to 250-plus. Kawasaki claims the 300’s rider triangle is more or…
2010 Star Raider S vs 2009 Suzuki M109R
…available torque it has down-low that crested at 92.93 lb-ft. The impressive power of the M109R doesn't come without a price as it musters only 32.46 mpg on average. Luckily, it has a healthy 5.2-gallon tank to quench its thirst. Related Articles 2010 Harley Street Bob vs Triumph Thunderbird 2008 Star…
2004 Honda VTX 1300C
…the rear of the housing requires removal of the key from the left-side ignition in order to replenish the fuel supply. Expect to get between 37-40 mpg with a cruising range in the neighborhood of 170 miles. The dark-faced speedo with white numbering is easy to read in the daytime, and when darkness…
2006 Kawasaki Ninja 250 Comparison
…the air/fuel mixture. The Kawasaki is fuel-efficient machine (but not superior to its competitors), with our fuel efficiency registering around 55 mpg and above, depending on the kind of riding we were doing. With a 4.8-gallon tank, the largest of our group, the 250-mile range makes the Ninja a formidable…
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