The team of BikeReview.info wishes all motorcyclists a happy start to the new year. With the end of 2020, unfortunately, we have to say goodbye to some great motorcycles due to the Euro 5 changeover. Which ones are, we show you in a video.
The changeover to Euro 5 means a lot of effort and money for the manufacturers. Therefore, not all engines are homologated on Euro 5. The requirements of Euro 5 are tough: emissions of nitrogen oxides, hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide must be reduced by about a third. This requirement applies to all two-wheelers that travel faster than 45 km/h. It is quite understandable that the manufacturers tighten their model ranges and, above all, no longer produce motorcycles that were not among the best performers anyway.
The following motorcycles will be discontinued in 2021 and the Euro 5 conversion will no longer be produced
Aprilia: Shiver 900 / Dorsoduro 900 BMW: R nineT Racer / K 1600 B / K1600 Grand America / K 1600 GTL / K 1600 GT Ducati: Monster 797 / Monster 821 Harley Davidson Sportster and Street models: e.B. XL 883 / Forty-Eight / 1200 Custom Honda: NC 750 S / CB 1100 EX&RS / Crosstourer VFR 1200 X / Crossrunner VFR 800 X / VFR 800 F Husqvarna: Vitpilen 701 / Svartpilen 701 Kawasaki: Ninja H2 / Ninja 400 / Z400 / ZZR 1400 / ZX 6R / Z1000
Moto Guzzi 1400series: Audace Carbon / MG-X 21 / Eldorado / California MV Agusta: F3 675 Royal Enfield: Bullet 500 / Bullet Trials 500 / Classic 500 Yamaha: FJR 1300 / Super Tenere 1200 / SCR 950 / XV 950