2020 Honda Fury

Honda’s custom-looking production chopper.

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Give it a small teardrop tank, stretch it out, and spoon on a fat 200 rear tire—classic moves for a chopper build. But this isn’t a custom job, it’s the Honda Fury. This cruiser takes those quintessential chopper looks and wraps it in production form, making it a machine for those who want the look without the work. The chromed-out 1,312cc V-twin offers good torque and power while the long and low ergos give it the laid-back vibe for the city cruise.

2020 Honda Fury Reviews, Comparisons, And Competition

The Fury isn’t the only one with custom-like cruiser style, here are the other OEM offerings: the Suzuki Boulevard M109R B.O.S.S. ($15,199), Yamaha VMAX ($17,999), Harley-Davidson Breakout ($20,499), Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom ($8,499), Indian Scout Bobber ($10,999).

Honda Fury Updates For 2020

No significant updates were announced for 2020. The Fury is available in Pearl Hawkseye Blue.

2020 Honda Fury Claimed Specifications

Price: $10,599
Engine: Liquid-cooled SOHC V-twin
Displacement: 1,312cc
Bore x Stroke: 89.5 x 104.3mm
Horsepower: N/A
Torque: N/A
Transmission: 5-speed
Final Drive: Shaft
Seat Height: 26.9 in.
Rake: 32.0°
Trail: 3.6 in.
Front Suspension: 45mm fork; 4.0-in. travel
Rear Suspension: Preload and rebound adjustable; 3.7-in. travel
Front Tire: 90/90-21
Rear Tire: 200/50-18
Wheelbase: 71.0 in.
Fuel Capacity: 3.4 gal.
Wet Weight: 663 lb.
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