Permit us to offer some consumer advice here: Avoid the base Interceptor. It costs $12,499, which puts it just above the Ninja 1000 ABS. The Interceptor you want is the Deluxe, for $1,000 more. It includes ABS and on-the-fly switchable traction control (whose button is shamefully tacked on), heated grips, adjustable fork, remotely adjustable shock, centerstand, and self-canceling turn signals. With the base bike, you lose all of that, meaning you have no fork adjustments and have to whip out a wrench to change rear preload. If you go to Honda’s accessory list and begin adding back those features, you’ll be only halfway through before you get to the Deluxe’s price.