In a road test, again penned by E-i-C Duke, the 2010 Honda Fury cuts a fine figure in our road test. Yes, a chopper-styled motorcycle does seem to go against Honda’s staid image, but the Fury’s sharp styling intrigued many of you.
Honda clearly did its homework while delivering a chopper with just enough space below the steering head. Additionally, the color-matched frame and the stylized gas tank forged an image-enhancing look that is pretty risky for a conservative manufacturer like Honda. The 32.0-degree fork suits the chopper style, as does the close-fitting front fender. The Fury looked like no other factory cruiser on the road and was a bargain at $12,999.
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