News 2014 Honda VFR800F Photo Gallery | Wallpaper (40 Images)

2014 Honda VFR800F Photo Gallery | Wallpaper (40 Images)

2014 Honda VFR800F Photo Gallery

Following a three-year hiatus in the states, the Honda VFR800F (Interceptor) returns for 2014. The “Viffer,” which was replaced in America by the VFR1200F from 2010-2013, arrives with much refinement over the previous-generation model.

The 2014 VFR (Vee-Four Road) went on a major diet, the machined powered by the 782cc liquid-cooled 90-degree V-4 losing 22 lbs. The revised model also arrives with LED headlight, more aggressive bodywork, and something most motorcycles can’t go without to remain competitive in today’s market – optional ABS and traction control.

And the engine continues to use Honda’s respected VTEC valve-actuation technology, which first arrived on the VFR800F in 2002. This technology uses two of the four valves per cylinder at lower rpm, and all four above 6800 rpm; this helps build power up top and keep emissions low. Though not confirmed, the engine should produce around 106 horsepower.

The 2014 VFR800F arrives with new Honda Pro-Arm rear suspension that features the single-sided swingarm, 43mm front forks, 10-spoke wheels, and a revised seat featuring adjustable height. The Deluxe model adds ABS, Traction Control, grip heaters, self-canceling turn signals, and a center stand.

Attached above is a photo gallery of the 2014 Honda VFR800F; each photo also makes for great wallpaper.

Our Editor-at-Large Jonathan Handler was recently at the US press launch for the new VFR; read his review here: 2014 Honda VFR800F First Ride Review. For features and specs, click here.

Photos by Kevin Wing

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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