The Honda VFR800, also referred to as the Interceptor, is a motorcycle launched by Honda in 1998. It’s a successor to the VFR750F (1986-1997), which was preceded by the its first gross sales in 1986, the VFR750F scored extremely on many press reviews. Whereas it was initially desiring to be a sports bike, the introduction of lighter competitors (together with the nearly 30 kg/66 lb lighter GSX-R750) prompted Honda in 1990 to transition the VFR into a mid-sized sport touring bike, a class of which the VFR became the de-facto benchmark. Nonetheless, by 1997, Triumph and Ducati presented Honda with significant sports-touring competition, so Honda responded with a redesigned VFR800 in 1998.
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