Returning 2024 Honda Motorcycles | First Look 

2024 Honda CBR600RR Grand Prix Red
The CBR600RR in Grand Prix Red joins the list of returning 2024 Honda motorcycles in the company’s latest announcement.

Joining an already growing list of 2024 Honda motorcycles are 11 returning models. Included in Honda’s latest announcement are color options, pricing, and availability. 

This announcement adds to the list of new, updated, and returning models for 2024, including the new 2024 Honda Transalp middleweight adventure bike, which we tested in November, and the updated 2024 Shadow Phantom bobber-style cruiser, which we tested in September. See the previous Honda announcement for news on other returning models, including the Gold Wing family, the Rebel family, the NC750X, the Fury, and others. 

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CBR1000RR | 2024 Honda Motorcycles 

2024 Honda CBR1000RR Grand Prix Red
2024 Honda CBR1000RR in Grand Prix Red

The 2024 Honda CBR1000RR sportbike is powered by a 998cc inline 4-cylinder engine with dual-stage fuel injection. The RR also boasts a TFT display, full LED lighting, and your choice of ABS or conventional brakes. 

The 2024 Honda CBR1000RR will be available in Grand Prix Red for $16,699 without ABS and $16,999 with ABS, and it’ll arrive in dealerships in March. 

CBR600RR | 2024 Honda Motorcycles  

2024 Honda CBR600RR Grand Prix Red
2024 Honda CBR600RR in Grand Prix Red

With eight World Supersport titles under its belt, the Honda CBR600RR returns for 2024, ready to take on the racetrack or your favorite canyon roads with its high-revving inline four-cylinder engine and high-performance Showa suspension. 

The 2024 Honda CBR600RR will be available in Grand Prix Red for $12,199 without ABS and $13,199 with ABS, and it’ll arrive in dealerships in March. 

CB1000R | 2024 Honda Motorcycles 

2024 Honda CB1000R Black
2024 Honda CB1000R in Black

The CB1000R naked streetfighter is a versatile machine with the power and torque of a liter bike and an open, upright riding position. It’s powered by a 998cc inline four-cylinder engine and has a blacked-out design. 

Related: Honda CB1000R | Road Test Review 

The 2024 CB1000R will be available in Black for $12,999, and it’ll arrive in dealerships in March. 

SCL500 | 2024 Honda Motorcycles 

2024 Honda SCL500 Candy Orange
2024 Honda SCL500 in Candy Orange

Released last year, the scrambler-style SCL500 is built for fun and features the same 500cc parallel-Twin from the Rebel 500, an upright riding position, a flat seat, and a high-mounted exhaust. The SCL500 also lends itself to personalization through Honda’s range of SCL500-tailored accessories. 

Related: 2023 Honda SCL500 Review | First Ride 

2024 Honda SCL500 Matte Black Metallic
2024 Honda SCL500 in Matte Black Metallic

The 2024 Honda SCL500 will be available in Candy Orange, Matte Laurel Green Metallic, or Matte Black Metallic (new color for 2024) for $6,799, and it’ll arrive in dealerships in April. 

2024 Honda SCL500 Matte Laurel Green Metallic
2024 Honda SCL500 in Matte Laurel Green Metallic

PCX | 2024 Honda Motorcycles 

2024 Honda PCX Matte Brown Metallic
2024 Honda PCX i Matte Brown Metallic

Designed for urban environments, the Honda PCX scooter features a liquid-cooled 157cc Single, convenient underseat storage, and standard front-wheel ABS. 

The 2024 Honda PCX will be available in Matte Brown Metallic with an MSRP of $4,249, and it’ll arrive in dealerships in April. 

CRF300L | 2024 Honda Motorcycles 

2024 Honda CRF300L Red
2024 Honda CRF300L in Red

The Honda CRF300L is an approachable dual-sport that provides an entry point for riders new to off-road riding. It’s powered by a liquid-cooled 286cc Single, and it’s available with or without ABS, as well as a low-seat ABS version. 

Related: Honda CRF300L and CRF300L Rally | First Ride Review 

2024 Honda CRF300LS Swift Gray
2024 Honda CRF300LS in Swift Gray

The 2024 Honda CRF300L will be available in Red with an MSRP of $5,749 with ABS and $5,449 without ABS. The CRF300LS low-seat version will be available in Swift Gray with an MSRP of $5,749. These models will arrive at dealerships in April. 

CRF300L Rally | 2024 Honda Motorcycles 

2024 Honda CRF300L Rally Red
2024 Honda CRF300L Rally in Red

The Rally version of the CRF300L dual-sport features comfort-focused enhancements like a windscreen, handguards, and larger fuel tank. Like the CRF300L, the Rally also comes with the option of ABS. 

Related: Honda CRF300L and CRF300L Rally | First Ride Review 

The 2024 Honda CRF300L Rally will be available in Red with an MSRP of $6,499 with ABS or $6,199 without ABS, and it’ll arrive in dealerships in April. 

XR650L | 2024 Honda Motorcycles 

2024 Honda XR650L White
2024 Honda XR650L in White

Introduced in 1993, the Honda XR650L dual-sport features a simple design with a focus on reliability. It’s powered by an air-cooled 644cc Single and features a rugged steel frame and long-travel suspension, built to perform in the dirt while being street-legal for around-town transportation. 

The 2024 Honda XR650L will be available in White with an MSRP of $6,999, and it’ll arrive in dealerships in March. 

XR150L | 2024 Honda Motorcycles 

2024 Honda XR150L Black
2024 Honda XR150L in Black

For a more affordable dual-sport option, the XR150L features an air-cooled 149cc Single, an approachable and accessible design, and a convenient rear cargo rack, ideal for around-town commuting or transportation around the campground. 

2024 Honda XR150L White
2024 Honda XR150L in White

The 2024 Honda XR150L will be available in Black or White with an MSRP of $3,099, and it’ll arrive in dealerships in February. 

Trail125 | 2024 Honda Motorcycles 

2024 Honda Trail125 Turmeric Yellow
2024 Honda Trail125 in Turmeric Yellow

The Trail125 minimoto nods to Trail models of the 1960s with a classic design, but its current version includes convenient modern features like fuel injection, an electric starter, and front-wheel ABS. 

The 2024 Trail125 will be available in Turmeric Yellow with an MSRP of $4,099, and it’ll arrive in dealerships in March. 

Montesa | 2024 Honda Motorcycles 

2024 Honda Montesa Cota 4RT301RR White
2024 Honda Montesa Cota 4RT301RR in White

The Montesa Cota 4RT trials bike has been tested and proven to perform, capturing an FIM World Trials Championship Crown in the hands of Toni Bou. It features top-shelf Showa suspension, programmed fuel injection, and a dual-map ECU. The Montesa comes in the competition-ready 4RT301RR version and the standard 4RT260R. 

2024 Honda Montesa Cota 4RT260R Red
2024 Honda Montesa Cota 4RT260R in Red

The 2024 Honda Montesa Cota 4RT301RR will be available in White or Red with an MSRP of $11,899, and the Montesa Cota 4RT260R will be available in Red with an MSRP of $9,299. These two models will arrive in dealerships in February. 

For more information, visit the Honda website

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9 COMMENTS

  1. I’m surprised that Honda brought the CB1000R back for 2024, exactly the same as the 23 model, color, price, completely unchanged. Thought they were going to bring us the new CB1000 Hornet that we’ve heard rumors of for the last two years. Disappointment! At least they didn’t jack the price up, because it’s already overpriced at $12,999. It’s a pretty good-looking bike, except for the license plate bracket arm, a deal breaker for me. They could have at least provided an option to delete it for people that don’t appreciate it. Indian offers the option to install a normal plate bracket for their FTR at a price of $400, kind of expensive, but looks so much better!

  2. Doesn’t a motorcycle have to have been available in 2023 to be returning in 2024?

    Honda’s Trail125 has been impossible to find in the Pacific Northwest since inception and was nowhere to be seen in 2023.

    One would think that a manufacturer would increase supply to meet demand but that rarely seems to be the case in the motorcycle world.

    Guess Honda doesn’t like money.

    • A returning model is one that continues into the next model year with no significant changes, usually just new/different paint colors and pricing.

      As for availability, some models are as hard to find as hen’s teeth. The Honda Trail 125 has been difficult to find at many dealerships since it came out a few years ago. Have you tried ordering one, or locating one at a dealer in another state and having it shipped to you?

  3. Question—For the CB1000R Black Ed. model, why does Honda make use of the license plate bracket attached to the rear wheel via arm? Nobody likes that look and most everyone that gets one with such setup eventually removes it, which is a pain due to the electronics having to be messed with. Is it done due to a restriction for the plate having to be a certain distance past the rear tire? Honda doesn’t even offer an option to delete it and opt for a normal plate bracket mount. For lots of buyers, it’s a deal breaker when shopping for a motorcycle. Please shed some light on this unappealing aesthetic issue. Seems like more and more manufacturers are having that setup.

  4. Regarding the returned Honda CB1000R Black Edition, Honda should have given a different color option than all black. The European market gets a different color option, which takes around $1,500 plus off the MSRP. They’d sell a lot more of these if you could get the non-Black Edition, due to the price being around $11,500. Not very smart marketing by Honda.

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