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No more Honda V-Twins in Canada?

I don't know when this happened but went to the Honda Canada site and noticed no more VT cruisers: just two Rebels and one is a single cylinder 286cc bike so nice cruiser. Not.

So upgrade path is first: single cylinder Rebel 300, next bike: 6 cylinder 1800cc GoldWing !!!!!

G.

PS. I had planned on keeping my 1995 VT1100Cs for 25 years so I started looking for a newer model. Guess I will have to keep it forever or downgrade to Goldwing.
 

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I don't know when this happened but went to the Honda Canada site and while looking at Gold Wing noticed no more VT cruisers: just two Rebels and one is a single cylinder 286cc bike so nice cruiser.
So upgrade path is first: single cylinder Rebel 300, next: 6 cylinder 1800cc GoldWing.
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It looks like you are 100% correct on that... The Rebel 500 is a Twin but it's not a V-twin, the website says it's a Parallel-twin.

https://motorcycle.honda.ca/category/cruiser

I guess if you want to buy a new Honda V-twin you'll have to come to the States. And then your only choice is a 1300cc in a few different models.

https://powersports.honda.com/street/cruiser.aspx

Phil
 

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Sometime between 2016 and 2017 that happened. Some dealerships had 1 or two 1300's There was one Stateline 2016 left in a dealership in Nova Scotia but that was the only one I could find. And that was last year in Aug
 
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