The 2012 Honda Sabre is an aggressive and distinct cruiser that delivers an exhilarating ride. This cruiser has an impressive balance between sleek artistic design and superior power and performance. At the heart of the 2012 Honda Sabre is a tremendous 1312cc, V-twin engine that also comes with the innovative Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) which has become one of Honda's major selling points. When you combine the powerful engine with the Combined Braking System (CBS) and Anti-locking Braking System (ABS), the end result is a powerful cruiser that handles like a champ in any driving conditions.
Not only is the 2012 Honda Sabre a joy to ride it is just as an impressive to glance at. The Sabre features a minimal frame that is open mixed with long and lean design that delivers a very visually appealing bike. The Sabre features the classic muscular look that is designed with ergonomics in mind to help keep both the rider and the passenger comfortable for both the long and short haul. In 2012, the released the classic blue color as an option for the bike as well as the standard black and silver options.
The Honda Sabre was introduced in 2010 and is in current production with two models. These include the Honda Sabre Base as well as the Honda Sabre Base ABS. Both models feature the 1312cc, V-twin engines and the classic style and look. The main difference between the two models is that the Honda Sabre ABS comes standard with the ABS and CBS components.
The Honda Sabre delivers a powerful ride that handles the challenges of the long and windy roads as well as being able to cruise with ease on paved roads such as highways and freeways. The bike is designed to ride for the long haul and the enhanced ergonomic design ensures rider comfortably.