That’s why you’ll find the 250 Rebel at home around the country in many MSF (Motorcycle Safety Foundation) classes.
Honda has brought together a big-bike look, distinctive street-rod styling and a muscular V-twin engine—now including the sophistication and metering precision of Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI).
And it all comes wrapped up in a surprisingly affordable package.
The handlebars were also changed up from the Spirit to give it more of a sportier look thanks to the drag style bars.
With a torquey 745cc V-twin engine featuring the convenience of sophisticated Programmed Fuel Injection, the Shadow Phantom brings the joy of back-to-basics riding within reach of just about every rider with its affordable price / MSRP.
Speaking of the Aero’s engine, the Aero features a custom two-into-two exhaust system, flowing into bullet-style mufflers.
The result is a very deep and throaty sound that’s classic V-twin cruiser, making the Aero a bike that sounds as good as it looks.Pair all of this up with the features and specs below and you’ll see why the Rebel is still in production after all these decades.Here’s a machine that’s perfect for cruising city streets as well as exploring back-country roads—the Shadow Spirit 750 C2.Example, Honda didn’t make a 2016 Grom as they had enough 2015 Grom’s in the warehouse to carry through until this month when they just made the announcement for the 2017 Grom. Why am I including them in this 2016 motorcycle lineup overview?Since they are so recently discontinued and not in production, you’ll find that many dealers still have them as new but leftover 2013, 2014 etc models.Sadly, there isn’t a 2016 Shadow Spirit 750 but due to leftover inventory at motorcycle dealers you’ll have great odds at still being able to find a bargain on one.