Closely based on the high-flying big-bore CRF450R, the enduro winning CRF450X has been claiming victories in such off-road arenas as the Baja and WORCS series races in America since it first appeared on trails across the world.
On home soil, the CRF450X took out the 2007 and 2008 Australian Safaris with its dynamic power, slim form and rugged, long-travel suspension for light, neutral handling and performance.
Augmented by the Honda Progressive Steering Damper (HPSD), which eases control and smoothes handling in cornering and rugged terrain, and with the effortless ease of its push-button electric starting, the CRF450X gives you the most satisfying blast of high-powered off-road riding fun you can imagine.
The 2009 CRF450X features a new rear white fender and reinforced rear fender extension, new front shroud decals and a new engine stop that is incorporated into the blinker and headlight switch block.
Weighing in at just 122kg and holding 7.2 litres of fuel, the CRF450X is the perfect enduro competition bike.
The new CRF450X9 is available at Honda Dealerships nationwide and retails for the highly attractive price of $12,990 (plus on roads).
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