On July 8, 2018, Honda unveiled the 2019 Honda CD 70 for the first time at the 13th CD Masters Conference held at the Fuji International Circuit in Japan. The two new car colors are painted in blue, white and red, making you feel like the old Honda CD 70. In the picture is the 2019 Japanese version of the Honda CD 70, the front and rear shock absorbers are a gold-coated Ohlins brand.
The picture shows the 2019 Japanese version of the Honda CD 70, which is different from the Honda CD 70 in appearance, and the others are consistent. It is worth noting that the rear double-tube Ohlins shock absorbers of the two cars are not mass-produced products on the market, but are specially developed for two new cars. The coating used for the Honda CD 70 2019 is based on the CB750F, which was launched on June 10, 1982. This coating layer is used in the 2002 Honda CD 70 (10th Anniversary Edition) and 2005 to 2008 final CB750. As one of the best-selling models of the Honda CB series, there are many users in the world. The two models of the CB1300SF/SB SP have attracted a lot of attention from CB fans after they appeared in Japan. The collision between the classic model and the classic painting is believed to be aroused again.
It is equipped with Showa 41mm inverted fork (stroke 130mm) and five-stage adjustable Pro-Link single-tube rear shock absorption (107mm stroke), newly designed tubular woven frame and aluminum alloy double rocker (reported to increase strength by 15%) ), IMU-controlled ABS system, tapered aluminum handlebars, compact but informative LCD instrument panel, LED front taillights, turn signals, aluminum pedals, and 13,000 km maintenance period.