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Old 17th November 2017, 02:45 PM
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Default Re: Honda continue in a downward spiral

Originally Posted by Vjmc.Cork
While they may not have recieved finiancal aid they were bailed out.
The cost of recalling all the vehicles affected would have crippled vw
so they did nothing.And the germun govt/eu let them off the hook.
Too big to fail I think is the term used.The yanks aren't letting them off
so easy though.One good thing to come out of this is that people are
starting to cop on to the rubbish vw are putting out and their sales are
dropping fast.If it wasn't for pcp their sales would have collapsed.
We're all going to be bussied if we don't stop. I disagree with what you said above, but I'm leaving it at that.....
Admin will be out for some head shots.
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Old 17th November 2017, 04:02 PM
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Default Re: Honda continue in a downward spiral

Originally Posted by Holy Moly
We're all going to be bussied if we don't stop. I disagree with what you said above, but I'm leaving it at that.....
Admin will be out for some head shots.
What?A reasoned conversation on the internet?WTF is that about?
This is the point where you are supposed to throw the toys out and call me a nazi or like literally hitler or something.
My final word is a little advice,if you have any shares in vw,now would be a good time to unload them
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Old 2nd January 2018, 10:17 PM
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Default Re: Honda continue in a downward spiral

Originally Posted by R.M
I like their new CB1000R. Bit of old school & futuristic at the same time

14,700 appx new for stock 2018 model...hardly an innovative bike at that price, 208 kgs wet!


Originally Posted by Admin
The new Goldwing looks fairly innovative with that front wishbone suspension instead of forks, probably similar / an improvement on BMW's design ;
starting at 28k all the way to fully spec'd DCT at 39k ! Get the boat

and the 2018 africa twin sport with bigger tank and few tweaks starts 16.5 to 17.5 appx for DCT......
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Old 3rd January 2018, 01:02 AM
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Seems like they are trying to compete with Yamaha (against the Tenere and the FJR) without listening to its customer base.
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