Honda entered 2010 with a significant update to the VFR. A new 1,200cc V4 offered torque across the rev range and a buttery smooth transmission to match. Well engineered and designed with intent, the VFR 1200F was an effective tool for mile munching both with haste and comfort. It was also the first production motorcycle with an available DCT, if you like things to be taken care of for you.
This particular VFR 1200 was used for a modest 8,613 miles. Color matching hard saddlebags and a taller windshield are included, both of which were pricey options in the showroom. A base sticker price of over $15,000, with many of the press bikes topping $20,000 as tested, make the current $6,500 asking price seem incredibly reasonable. If you were going to ride back and forth across the country, this example could make for a loyal companion! Check out Cycle World to see if this sport-tourer fits your style.
Find this VFR for sale in Cornwall Bridge, Connecticut for $6,500 here on Cycle Trader.