“The 2011 model year lineup continues to expand for Honda,” says Bill Savino, Honda Powersports press manager. “Here we have a variety of very popular cruisers and customs, a pair of Honda off-road machines that have remained extremely popular with riders over the years, plus a revamped and very impressive Big Red MUV. Our selection of models for 2011 keeps growing and there will be more to follow.”
The Honda Fury, first introduced in the 2010 model year, is returning for 2011, with or without ABS brakes. The Fury gets two new color options this year, Pearl White and Matte Orange Metallic. Read our review of the 2010 Honda Fury here.
Also returning is the Honda Interstate, now available with optional ABS and combined braking system. The 2011 Honda Interstate also gets a new Dark Red Metallic paint option. Read about the 2010 version here.
The Honda Shadow RS also gets a new paint job, returning for 2011 in a Blue/White/Red color scheme. Read our review of the 2010 Honda Shadow RS here, and see how it compared in our shootout against the Harley-Davidson 883 Low.
The blacked-out Honda Shadow Phantom returns unchanged as a 2011 model. Read our review of the 2010 Honda Shadow Phantom here.
Honda also announced a couple of updated small-displacement off-road bikes. The Honda CRF80F and CRF100F return for 2011 with bold new graphics, a new white rear fender and black handlebar.
Take a look at our gallery for more pictures of these 2011 Honda models.
2010 Honda Fury Review
2010 Honda VT1300 Stateline and VT1300 Interstate Review
2010 Honda Shadow RS Review
Shootout: 2010 Honda Shadow RS vs. 2010 Harley-Davidson 883 Low
2010 Honda Shadow Phantom Review
2011 Honda PCX and Ruckus scooters
2011 Honda CRF Off-Road Models Announced