Motorcycle MPG Guide: Honda Boxers & Sixes

  • Aspencade - GL1200A (1984 - 1987) - Fuel Economy Range: 41 to 49 mpg - 17 to 21 km per litre - 5.7 to 4.8 litres per 100 km
  • Aspencade - GL1500A (1991 - 1992) - Fuel Economy Range: 41 to 49 mpg - 17 to 21 km per litre - 5.7 to 4.8 litres per 100 km
  • Aspencade SE - i GL1200SE - i (1986) - Fuel Economy Range: 45 to 54 mpg - 19 to 23 km per litre - 5.2 to 4.4 litres per 100 km
  • CBX1000 (1978 - 1982) - Fuel Economy Range: 37 to 44 mpg - 16 to 19 km per litre - 6.4 to 5.3 litres per 100 km
  • CBX1050 (1980 - 1982) - Fuel Economy Range: 37 to 44 mpg - 16 to 19 km per litre - 6.4 to 5.3 litres per 100 km
  • F6E (1997-2003) - Fuel Economy Range: 44 to 52 mpg - 19 to 22 km per litre - 5.3 to 4.5 litres per 100 km
  • GL1000 Gold Wing (1975 - 1979) - Fuel Economy Range: 40 to 48 mpg - 17 to 20 km per litre - 5.9 to 4.9 litres per 100 km
  • GL1100 Gold Wing (1979 - 1983) - Fuel Economy Range: 39 to 46 mpg - 17 to 20 km per litre - 6.0 to 5.1 litres per 100 km
  • GL1100I Gold Wing Interstate (1979 - 1983) - Fuel Economy Range: 37 to 44 mpg - 16 to 19 km per litre - 6.4 to 5.3 litres per 100 km
  • GL1500C (1997 - 2003) - Fuel Economy Range: 44 to 52 mpg - 19 to 22 km per litre - 5.3 to 4.5 litres per 100 km
  • GL1500CF Interstate (1999 - 2001) - Fuel Economy Range: 44 to 52 mpg - 19 to 22 km per litre - 5.3 to 4.5 litres per 100 km
  • GL1500CT Tourer (1997 - 2000) - Fuel Economy Range: 44 to 52 mpg - 19 to 22 km per litre - 5.3 to 4.5 litres per 100 km
  • GL1800 AD Gold Wing (2004 - 2005) - Fuel Economy Range: 41 to 49 mpg - 17 to 21 km per litre - 5.7 to 4.8 litres per 100 km
  • GL1800 AL Gold Wing (2004 - 2005) - Fuel Economy Range: 41 to 49 mpg - 17 to 21 km per litre - 5.7 to 4.8 litres per 100 km
  • GL1800 Gold Wing (2001 - 2008) - Fuel Economy Range: 41 to 49 mpg - 17 to 21 km per litre - 5.7 to 4.8 litres per 100 km
  • Interstate - GL1200I (1984 - 1987) - Fuel Economy Range: 41 to 49 mpg - 17 to 21 km per litre - 5.7 to 4.8 litres per 100 km
  • Interstate - GL1500I (1991 - 1992) - Fuel Economy Range: 41 to 49 mpg - 17 to 21 km per litre - 5.7 to 4.8 litres per 100 km
  • Limited Edition - GL1200L (1985) - Fuel Economy Range: 41 to 49 mpg - 17 to 21 km per litre - 5.7 to 4.8 litres per 100 km
  • SE - GL1500SE (1990 - 1992) - Fuel Economy Range: 43 to 51 mpg - 18 to 22 km per litre - 5.5 to 4.6 litres per 100 km
  • Standard - GL1200 (1984) - Fuel Economy Range: 42 to 50 mpg - 18 to 21 km per litre - 5.6 to 4.7 litres per 100 km
  • Standard - GL1500 (1988 - 1990) - Fuel Economy Range: 42 to 50 mpg - 18 to 21 km per litre - 5.6 to 4.7 litres per 100 km
  • Valkyrie 1500 (1997-2003) - Fuel Economy Range: 44 to 52 mpg - 19 to 22 km per litre - 5.3 to 4.5 litres per 100 km
  • Valkyrie Interstate (1997-2003) - Fuel Economy Range: 44 to 52 mpg - 19 to 22 km per litre - 5.3 to 4.5 litres per 100 km
  • Valkyrie Tourer (1997-2003) - Fuel Economy Range: 44 to 52 mpg - 19 to 22 km per litre - 5.3 to 4.5 litres per 100 km
  • Valkyrie Rune 1800 (2004) - Fuel Economy Range: 41 to 49 mpg - 17 to 21 km per litre - 5.7 to 4.8 litres per 100 km

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Cecile 3 years ago

A big selling point is the USB/Wallwart crhegar that comes with the helmet, which would allow me to easily recharge the helmet on the road using the USB outlet on my bike. A USB outlet on the BIKE? Does the bike have a rack on the handlebars for your laptop? This is sort of scary. The last motorcycle I had anything to do with (observation, not riding it) was my first husband's 500cc Honda in 1969. It didn't have any electronic parts at all, I think, unless you include the headlights.


Pasquale 3 years ago

general comment not retlead to this specific post.most of the time, you speak of the govt as though they are fools intent on building reserves and boosting GDP when it hurts the country.perhaps they are not fools. After all, they are politicians and ultimately, making everyone angry at them will hurt their own interest.Maybe a lot of them have large share holdings in glc's and other singapore companies. Hence they write the policies so that it benefits these companies. This is just a hypothesis. But maybe it will be a fruitful line of inquiry?

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