Honda unveils two special editions of the retro styled VT750S

Article by Christian A., on September 29, 2011

Let’s take a look at Honda (UK)’s two special edition versions for the classic and retro styled VT750S. Both come with a polished ‘Championship White’ body work that highlights the brand’s timelessness and cool appeal. This offers an interesting contrast to its black-painted V-twin engine and lavish chrome-finished elements.

To stay true to its retro look, the tank of the first special edition has the original Honda wing logo in red. A solid red stripe down its centre with smaller pin stripes at the sides pay homage to Honda’s racing history.

On the other hand, the second special edition sports the tank stripes and wing logos in a bold ‘yellow/gold’ color, which were seen on Honda models from many years ago.

These two versions are expected to appeal to those who know and love Honda’s older motorcycles but they would also attract younger buyers who have a taste for retro styling. Buyers can choose from two color schemes: either Pearl Heron Blue with Shasta White (Tri-colour) or the Graphite Black version.

The VT750S has a classic style that’s complemented by the smooth performance of a very contemporary machine. It’s expected to appeal to a wide variety of riders, including newcomers who would like its proportions as well as its handling. But the VT750S can also delight experienced riders with its power. It’s versatile and can be used for daily commuting, leisure rides in the weekend, and light touring.

he special edition color scheme VT750s is priced at £6,200 OTR, like the current tri-color machine. The Graphite Black version is priced at £5,950 OTR. Those who like what they see could contact any of Honda (UK)’s motorcycle dealers to place their orders for any of the four versions of this machine.

Press Release


Honda (UK) is pleased to be offering two special edition versions of the classic and retro styled VT750S - the popular machine developed to deliver all-round riding enjoyment to a wide range of riders.

Both special editions feature gleaming ‘Championship White’ body work which enhances the timeless, cool appeal of this stylish model and provides a stunning contrast to its black-painted V-twin engine and luxurious chrome-finished details.

In keeping with the retro look, the tank of the first special edition is adorned with the original Honda wing logo in red, and paying homage to Honda’s racing heritage also features a solid red stripe down its centre, flanked with smaller pin stripes.

The second special edition sports the tank stripes and wing logos in a bold ‘yellow/gold’ colour, reminiscent of Honda models from several decades ago.

Both variants are sure to evoke a sense of nostalgia within those familiar with Honda models from yesteryear, whilst also having strong appeal to younger riders who appreciate the retro styling which is so popular today.

Also available in striking Pearl Heron Blue with Shasta White (Tri-colour) and sophisticated Graphite Black colour schemes, the classic styling of the VT750S is complimented by the smooth performance of a thoroughly contemporary machine. All kinds of riders, including relative newcomers, appreciate its proportions and light, confidence-inspiring handling. The VT750S also packs enough punch to keep more experienced riders entertained and is versatile enough for a range of uses from daily commuting to quick weekend blasts for leisure and light touring.

Each of the special edition colour scheme VT750s are priced at £6,200 OTR, as is the current tri-colour machine, with the Graphite Black version available for £5,950 OTR. All four versions of this popular machine are available to order now from Honda (UK) motorcycle dealers across the country.

To find out more about Honda’s superb VT750S or any other model in the Honda car, motorcycle or power equipment range, visit your local Honda dealer, go to or call 0845 200 8000.

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