The 2022 Honda Motorcycle Lineup + Our Take On Each Model

The 2022 Honda Motorcycle Lineup + Our Take On Each Model

List of Honda motorcycles

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The following is a list of motorcycles, scooters and mopeds produced by Honda.

List by engine size [ edit ]

Mopeds and light motorcycles [ edit ]

Motorcycle models [ edit ]

Off-road models [ edit ]

Dual-purpose models [ edit ]

Motocross models [ edit ]

Scooters [ edit ]

Racing (HRC) models [ edit ]

All Terrain Vehicles [ edit ]

2008-2013 Honda Big Red 700, Honda's first Side-by-Side

2015-present Honda Pioneer 500

2021-present Honda Pioneer 520

2013-present Honda Pioneer 700

2016-present Honda Pioneer 1000

2019-present Honda Talon 1000R

2019-present Honda Talon 1000X

Prototypes [ edit ]

1948 B-Type

1995 EXP-2

2007 EVO6

References [ edit ]

Complete List of Honda Motorcycles

Honda Motor Co., Ltd. is a Japanese multinational conglomerate that focuses mainly on motorcycles, aircraft, automobiles, and power equipment.

Honda first started with automobiles until they catered the market of motorcycles. Honda’s first fully equipped and produced motorcycle is the D-Type released in 1949, or otherwise called as Dream. Just quickly, Honda became the world’s biggest producer of motorcycles in 1964.

At the end of 1963, Honda sold over 90,000 units of motorcycles around the globe.

Honda’s motorcycle with the highest engine size is the Gold Wing or GL1800 at a whopping 1832-cc. It was released in 2001 and was introduced after 13 years of hiatus from releases. It followed the GL1500 however the GL1800 had a lighter chassis with its use of military grade aluminum.

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Honda scooters was also a top favorite among Honda’s customers. Latest models include the 2017 Metropolitan, Ruckus, PCX150, Forza, and the Silver Wing ABS. Scooters are more lightweight compared to motorcycles and they have a better chance to be upgraded to hybrids models.

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Honda released the EV-neo in 2010. It is an electric scooter powered by a lithium-ion battery, the same batteries used in cellular phones. Honda’s off-road motorcycles are also a top hit with their extreme durability and speed even in the toughest road conditions.

Their off-road models are divided into four – dual sport, competition, trail, and adventure..

Honda also join motorcycle races and events. They formed the Honda Racing Corporation in 1982. Prior to that, Honda already joined the Isle of Man TT race, one of the biggest racing events during that time. Mike Hailwood, one of their drivers, won Honda’s first ever Grand Prix victory.

Here is Our List of Honda Motorcycle Models and Variants:

Honda SS50

Honda Nova Sonic RS

Honda Spree

Honda CM125

Honda Verza

Honda MB50

Honda CB1300

Honda CBF250

Honda CBX

Honda Juno K

Honda NSR500

Honda NC700D Integra

Honda NX250

Honda Activa

Honda 750 NR

Honda SS125

Honda CD250U

Honda FES 125 Pantheon

Honda CT110 Hunter Cub

Honda CBR125R

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The 2022 Honda Motorcycle Lineup + Our Take On Each Model

Here I was all excited to share a brand new motorcycle from Honda, the NT1100. Unfortunately at the time of this writing, this new sport-touring machine has not been officially released for the North American markets.

The NT1100 is a natural adaptation of the Africa Twin, sharing the same engine and frame, but tweaked for eating up the miles on pavement. When it officially becomes available it will be added to this list.

Outside of the NT1100, there is not much to report being new in the 2022 Honda lineup. There are new colors and small price changes, so let us have a dig into it all.


2022 Honda Goldwing

The Goldwing glides into 2022 with little change besides the stunning new color. What will be noticed is what’s been lost, and that is the manual transmission model. This year the bagger will only come as the Automatic DCT.

Available Colors: Matte Nightshade Blue

2022 Honda Goldwing Tour

Little to report with the Goldwing Tour for 2022. There are 3 versions to choose from, and unlike the bagger, the Tour model can still be had in a manual version. All models see a small price jump over the 2021 versions.

Available Colors: Metallic Black, Ultra Blue Metallic


2022 Honda Africa Twin

Small tweaks for 2022. The standard version now comes with the same rear carrier as the ES model, and the Africa Twin now has Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™. Honda has given us a new color scheme for 2022, Grand Prix Red. Available in both manual and DCT versions, the price has increased by just $100 over the 2021 models. The DCT option is $800.

Available Colors: Grand Prix Red

2022 Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports ES

the Africa Twin now has Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™, otherwise is carried over from 2021 with no changes. Available in manual and DCT versions.

Available Colors: Tri-Color, Darkness Black Metallic

2022 Honda NC750X

Unchanged from 2021, the NC750X remains, in my mind, the ultimate urban multitool. The 745cc parallel-twin engine is versatile and has plenty of power. The seating position is comfortable no matter where you ride or for how long. There’s a wide selection of accessories, and you can even choose from two transmissions: a conventional manual-clutch six-speed, or Honda’s Automatic DCT. Don’t even get me started on the massive 23-liter storage compartment, it can hold everything.

Available Colors: Grand Prix Red

2022 Honda CB500X

Matching the rest of the CB500 family the 500X benefits from the all-new front end. There is a new inverted Showa SFF-BP fork and new dual-disc front brakes. A lighter front wheel and lighter rear swingarm are part of the list. The CB500X comes into 2022 as an even better adventure partner.

Colors: Pearl Organic Green/Black


2022 Honda Rebel 1100

No changes for the 2022 model, after coming on the scene as a new model in 2021.

Standard is a host of technology goodies, including Cruise Control and Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC). The system lets you dial in three levels of wheelie control. Optional is Hondas’ DCT transmission.

Available Colors: Metallic Black, Bordeaux Red Metallic, Pearl Stallion Brown

2022 Honda Rebel 500

The middleweight cruiser is not short on style. No changes for 2022 aside from color. ABS is optional, as are a host of Honda accessories to personalize your Rebel. Low, comfortable, and perfect around town.

Colors Available: Matte Gray Metallic, Pearl Organic Green

2022 Honda Rebel 300

No changes for 2022. ABS is optional, as are a host of Honda accessories to personalize your Rebel. Low, comfortable, and perfect around town.

Colors Available: Pearl Blue, Matte Gray Metallic

2022 Honda Fury

The Factory Chopper returns for 2022 in Pearl Yellow paint. Powered by a 1312cc V-twin engine, you get plenty of torque from idle to redline. Ride long and low and still have Honda reliability.

Not available in Canada.

Available Colors: Pearl Yellow

2022 Honda Shadow Phantom

Back in the 2022 Lineup, the Shadow is a total classic. The engine, a blacked-out 745cc V-twin with a throaty twin exhaust, has great down-low torque and runs smooth and easy. The low seat height and pullback handlebar keep it comfortable.

Not available in Canada.

Available Colors: Adventure Green, Matte Black Metallic

2022 Honda Shadow Aero

Retro cool and Honda reliability, that is what the Shadow Aero is all about. The classic fender lines, plenty of chrome, and stunning two-tone paint make sure this bike gets noticed. The engine, a 745cc V-twin has great down-low torque and you can even order the Aero with ABS braking.

Not available in Canada.

Available Color: Ultra Blue Metallic


2022 Honda CB1000R

The 2022 CB1000R is very similar to the current model in terms of design and styling. It gets a redesigned LED headlamp and rides on new alloy wheels.

Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) ensures usable and controllable power all the way through the rev range, and you can choose between four selectable throttle-response modes (Standard, Sport, Rain, User).

Honda adds a new TFT display, and all the high-tech goodies riders crave. The Black edition styling carries forward for 2022.

Color: Graphite Black

2022 Honda CB650R ABS

No changes for the 2022 model after last year’s updates. The Neo-Sports Café design combines elements from pure sportbikes and sporting nakeds. The CB650R features a Showa Separate Function Front Fork Big Piston unit (SFF-BP). The 31.9 inch seat height and 445 pounds wet weight hint at just how easy and nimble the CB650R is on the road.

Colors: Matte Gunpowder Black

2022 Honda CB500F

Much like its brother the CBR500R, the 500F benefits from the same updates. The front end of the bike is all new featuring a 41mm Showa upside-down SFF-BP fork, dual front brake discs with radial-mount four-piston calipers, new, lighter wheels, and more. ABS becomes standard this year, making this naked sport machine a very compelling ride.

Colors: Matte Gray Metallic

2022 Honda CB300R

So good Honda left it alone. There are no changes for 2022.

Taking its styling cues from the CB1000R, the CB300R offers a fresh, contemporary take on the modern street bike. Plus, the light weight and upright seating make it a blast to ride.

Available Colors: Matte Pearl Blue



For 2022, Honda delivers a special anniversary version of the CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP, with special graphics. Honda has reshaped the engine’s intake ports for higher mixture velocity and to boost midrange performance. A new throttle-return spring increases throttle linearity. Fine-tuning the HSTC calibration with data from our World Superbike racers improves the package. The front brakes receive subtle tweaks and overall this continues to be the closest the public can get to the RC213V race bike.

2022 Honda CBR1000RR

No significant changes for the 2022 model. ABS is still optional, and this year, there is only one color choice: Grand Prix Red.

Not available in Canada as of this writing.

Color: Grand Prix Red

2022 Honda CBR600RR

No significant changes for the 2022 model. ABS is still optional, and the base price has had a small bump of $100 over the 2021 model.

Not available in Canada as of this writing.

Available Colors: Grand Prix Red Tricolor


2022 Honda CBR650R ABS

After a big update last year, the 2022 CBR650R carries on unchanged. The 649cc DOHC engine has good low- to midrange torque and decent range thanks to the 4.1-gallon tank. Dual 320mm front discs with radial-mount four-piston calipers and standard ABS provide confidence-inspiring control.

Colors: Matte Black Metallic

2022 Honda CBR500R ABS

Honda has given the CBR500R a hefty dose of upgrades for 2022. The whole front end is now featuring a new 41mm Showa upside-down SFF-BP fork, a lighter front wheel with new dual disc brakes with ABS standard. At the back, the rear swingarm has been revised and dropped a little weight. Overall the CBR500R is completely fresh for 2022.

Colors: Grand Prix Red, Sword Silver Metallic

2022 Honda CBR300R

In the world of small-displacement sport bikes, the CBR300R is a brilliant machine. Sharing the Honda 286cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke, the small CBR is big on handling. The Pro-Link single rear shock has five-position spring-preload adjustability, and braking is handled by a 296mm front disc, and 220mm rear disc, ABS is optional.

Colors: Grand Prix Red, Matte Grey Metallic


2022 Honda Grom

Updated for 2022 with a new look, a revised engine, a new transmission, a larger fuel tank, and a thicker, flatter seat. All the awesome Gromitude has been given “extra”, and ABS is still optional.

The USA gets 3 color options, in Canada you just have one…but it’s cool. Pearl Horizon White Tricolor.

Available Colors: Matte Black Metallic, Pearl Horizon White Tricolor, Queen Bee Yellow

2022 Honda Monkey

The uber-cool little Monkey is unchanged for 2022, just sporting some great new colors.

Available Colors: Pearl Black, Banana Yellow, Pearl Nebula Red/Knight Silver Metallic (Canada only)

2022 Honda Super Cub C125 ABS

The cool commuter machine carries on unchanged for 2022.

The Super Cub features a four-speed semi-automatic transmission that you shift with your left foot, like a traditional motorcycle. But here’s the unique feature: there’s no clutch to worry about—you just toe and go.

Not available in Canada as of this writing.

Available Colors: Matte Grey Metallic

2022 Honda Trail 125 ABS

Back for 2022, and unchanged after the revamp in 2021. This workhorse of the mini-moto lineup has a fuel-injected 125cc engine, disc brakes, and a four-speed gearbox. Like the originals, it still features Hondas world-famous no-clutch semi-automatic transmission, a frame with a low step-over height, and an integral luggage rack. There’s even front-wheel ABS and an electric starter.

Colors: Glowing Red

2022 Honda Navi

The Honda miniMOTO lineup has a new member: the Navi. With a 109cc single and CVT transmission, the Navi is meant to be simple and oh so fun. Quite easily the most approachable motorcycle you will ever come across, Honda made sure that the little Navi would also be a welcome canvas for customization. Have fun.

Available Colors: Red, Ranger Greem, Nut Brown, Grasshopper Green, Patriot Red (Canada Only).

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2022 Honda XR650L

Unchanged coming into 2022, save for the color, which this year is white. The 644cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine, the strong steel frame, the long-travel suspension are a proven combo, capable of taking all the abuse you want to throw at it. Sadly not showing as available in Canada.

Colors: White

2022 Honda CRF450RL

No significant change for 2022.

A full-on dirt bike with a license plate, giving you the freedom to ride from trail to trail. The on-road part is usually pretty easy, but the off-road part separates the best bikes from the rest. And that’s exactly where Honda’s extraordinary CRF450RL shines the brightest.

Available Colors: Red

2022 Honda CRF300L

This may well be the most popular choice for a dual-sport machine in the Honda lineup. Perfectly capable on road with the solid and smooth 286cc Honda single providing about 27hp and 19 ft-lbs of torque. The 21-inch front and 18-inch rear wheel give you a wide selection of tire choices for everything from serious off-road trail riding to smooth on-road adventures but trust me you want to keep it in the dirt. ABS is optional.

Available Colors: Red

MSRP: $5,349 USD / $6,599 CAD

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2022 Honda CRF300L Rally

Take all the awesomeness of the standard CRF300L and add on bodywork is inspired by Dakar Rally race bikes, and a tall windscreen and hand guards.

Available Colors: Red

MSRP: $6,099 USD / $7,599 CAD

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2022 Honda ADV150

In a new color for 2022 the top Honda scooter remains unchanged from last year. Powered by a 149cc, smooth, reliable Honda engine, the long-travel suspension promises a comfortable ride. There is spacious under-seat storage for your gear, and the windscreen is adjustable.

Colors: Candy Rose Red

2022 Honda PCX

A brilliant urban commuter, the PCX hardly needs fuel—thanks to the efficient 156.9cc liquid-cooled 80º single-cylinder four-stroke. The seat is long and plush and the under-seat storage can easily handle your helmet. ABS remains an option and you only get the 2022 in white.

Colors: Pearl White

2022 Honda Ruckus

Yes, the Ruckus is as tough as it looks. The rock-solid 49cc engine and Honda V-Matic automatic transmission are seemingly unbreakable. Cruise around town or into the zombie apocalypse on a Ruckus in your choice of 3 colors for 2022. Honda is so ahead of the game they are already showing the 2023 Ruckus on their webpage.

Colors: Gray, Midnight Blue/Tan, or White/Metallic Blue

2022 Honda Metropolitan

This is the choice when you want that Euro scooter flair. Perfect for running around the city streets in style and economy, powered by a 49cc engine and Honda V-Matic automatic transmission. At only 179 lbs the Metropolitan is light and easy to maneuver and has 22 liters of storage to hold all your things.

Colors: Pearl Soft Beige, Coastal Blue

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