Honda Crossrunner 800 Review

Honda Crossrunner 800 overview 

Many people would consider this bike a re-worked, re-styled version of the VFR80, but, if you give it a chance, you’ll find that it is a still a great bike in its own right.

It’s a versatile and stable motor, well balanced and good to handle, with the bulk of its weight carried low as well as a low seat. It is a comfortable one to ride too, even for taller riders.

The engine on this Crossrunner is very impressive and entertaining. Even the most experienced riders would agree that it is a great bike to ride, whatever your terrain. It will get you off the mark quickly, and at top speed you won’t feel too much vibration. It’s also stylish, durable and reliable – Honda’s name makes it feel like a long lasting machine that you can rely on.

You won’t be able to pick this bike up new for less than around £9000 – making it an expensive bike to justify. There are some cheaper ones on the market that are just as entertaining. However, the Crossrunner really does stand out from the crowd and does perform well, too.

Honda Crossrunner 800 spec

Seat height816mm
Weight240kg
EngineLiquid cooled, 16v, V4
Capacity782cc
Average fuel consumption39mph
Top speed145mph
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Owner Reviews

Submitted by:Michael EdmondsReview Date: February 2017
Comfort
Touring position on an adventure bike, good view of the road in general
Ride Quality
V4 engine is smooth and responsive, suspension deals well with most things the road can throw at it
Build Quality & Reliability
Fairing is easy to maintain and clean, easy to hide extra cable and wiring for mods
Engine Rating
V4 engine is smooth with lots of grunt low down and an explosion of power and noise at the highest revs
Brake Rating
Running Cost
Windscreen loose, tends to wobble a fair bit.
Overall
Pros CommentsReliable, fun to ride, easy to handle. Lots of space, very comfortable to ride, easy to manage for a large bike.
Cons CommentsWindscreen loose, tends to wobble a fair bit.

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