What does CTX stand for Honda?

Comfort, Technology and Experience
The Honda CTX series is a series of motorcycles created by Honda for the 2014 model year. According to Honda marketing materials, CTX stands for “Comfort, Technology and Experience.” The series includes the following models: CTX700/CTX700N. CTX1300.

Is the Honda CTX automatic?

CTX700. The 2016 CTX700 offers an automatic transmission and ABS version at a low base MSRP. With the DCT automatic transmission, you can shift with the push of a handlebar-mounted button, or select the automatic mode and the bike will shift itself.

Is a Honda CTX 700 an automatic?

2018 Honda CTX 700 DCT ABS (CTX700D) 2018 Honda CTX-700 DCT ABS AUTOMATIC with just 6412 miles.

What is the difference between The CTX700 and CTX 1300?

The CTX700 is available without a fairing, but the 1300 comes plastic-wrapped only, with a broad, bulbous fairing that shares styling elements with the 700 and, if you squint a little, ’90s-era VFRs.

What makes the Honda CTX1300 deluxe so special?

Framed by a Pacific sunset, Honda’s all-new CTX1300 Deluxe cuts a unique profile, long and low with more curves than sharp edges. With a low seat and midmount controls, you sit down in the bike like a cruiser.

How much does a Toyota CTX 1300 cost?

Two versions are available, the base CTX1300 ($15,999), with LED lighting and 35-liter saddlebags, and the CTX1300 Deluxe ($17,499), which adds ABS, traction control, a Bluetooth audio system, self-cancelling turn signals and black rather than silver paint on the wheels and frame.

Is the CTX1300 a sport tourer or leisure tourer?

Unlike today’s velvet-hammer sport tourers, whose performance has the uncanny ability to turn epic scenery into a forgettable blur, the CTX1300 encourages a more leisurely pace, one that emphasizes smoothness, fuel efficiency and smelling the proverbial roses. You can do the ton on the CTX, but that misses the point.