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Luggage details (straight from Honda) are:

Top box
A 31-litre top box features newly designed double-link hinges and an advanced sealing system, giving an incredibly smooth feel and quality finish. Its single-key operation reveals enough capacity to swallow a full-face helmet. The top box is colour-matched to the bike. An internal mat can be added, with secure holding straps which fix to the top box floor to secure both small and large packages. A top box backrest is also available for increased pillion comfort.

Panniers
Twin 29-litre panniers offer further storage options for the Crossrunner and are colour-matched to the top box and the rest of the bike. On the right-hand side, a heat shield protects the pannier and its contents from the heat of the exhaust. The left-hand unit can accommodate most helmets. A central re-positioning kit ensures that the rear indicators remain highly visible. As for the top box, an internal sealing system accentuates the smooth design of the Crossrunner panniers, which are operated with a single key. Other luggage options include matching inner bags for both panniers and top box, which make maximum use of the available storage space and can be carried using a handy shoulder strap.

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Common Chris whats what here :confused:

I know which is the Xrunner and the Xtourer so how much is which one???????????

Or are you adopting the first rule of journalism


'Why let the truth get in the way of a good story'

:D:D:D
 

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The price is for the crossrunner. The Crosstourer is s concept bike at this stage, though I did use a photos of it, because I am as confused as everyone and I prefer the look of it).

This is the Crossrunner
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The details of add-ons and accessories for the Crossrunner are (straight from Honda):

The new Crossrunner is available with genuine high-quality luggage from Honda. It is built to superb quality standards and provides an integrated and seamless luggage system.

Top box
A 31-litre top box features newly designed double-link hinges and an advanced sealing system, giving an incredibly smooth feel and quality finish. Its single-key operation reveals enough capacity to swallow a full-face helmet. The top box is colour-matched to the bike. An internal mat can be added, with secure holding straps which fix to the top box floor to secure both small and large packages. A top box backrest is also available for increased pillion comfort.

Panniers
Twin 29-litre panniers offer further storage options for the Crossrunner and are colour-matched to the top box and the rest of the bike. On the right-hand side, a heat shield protects the pannier and its contents from the heat of the exhaust. The left-hand unit can accommodate most helmets. A central re-positioning kit ensures that the rear indicators remain highly visible. As for the top box, an internal sealing system accentuates the smooth design of the Crossrunner panniers, which are operated with a single key. Other luggage options include matching inner bags for both panniers and top box, which make maximum use of the available storage space and can be carried using a handy shoulder strap.

WIND PROTECTIONHigh windscreen
While the Crossrunner offers superb wind protection as standard, taller riders or those going on longer touring adventures will appreciate an optional tall screen. The high screen is 12.6cm taller than the standard one and includes a metal bracket for secure fixing and tailored positioning. The optional screen increases wind protection and minimises turbulence.

Side deflectors
To further reduce wind pressure on the stomach area, a side deflector kit is also available for the Crossrunner. The PU deflectors operate at optimum efficiency when combined with the high windscreen.

Heated grips
To warm up riders’ fingers and make them more responsive on cold winter mornings, genuine Honda heated grips are available for the Crossrunner. The grips’ control button is fully integrated for ease of use, even with gloves. It features a three-step sequential control for different heat levels and status indication. The system even self-monitors to ensure there is no drain on the battery. The grips themselves are manufactured with an ultra-slim design to ensure that machine control and rider comfort are maximised. Honda’s smart system allocates heat through asymmetric distribution of the heating element. This minimises waste and ensures that the heat is directed to the fingers, where it is needed most.

Other Crossrunner accessories

- Mainstand
- Variety of tank pads and fuel filler cover
- U-lock
- Outdoor cover
- 12V socket kit
- Averto alarm
- Wheel stickers

Honda Assurance

You can be sure that, just like all other Genuine Honda Accessories, those provided for the Honda Crossrunner fit perfectly because they have been developed alongside the model. They are all subject to Honda’s rigorous testing procedures to make sure they adhere to our exacting quality standards. This is why they are offered with a two-year Honda warranty.
 

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i was already unimpressed by it, but the MCN report might just be right for once its just a £9K parts bin special with expensive accessories that should come as standard.
a 31ltr topbox "that swallows a full face helmet", dont do us no favours H, tankbags are bigger than that
 
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