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2011-12-22 2009 Honda VTX1300T Cruisers View Listings

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I bought this bike on Halloween this year. I'm really happy with it overall. I looked at the Harleys first but the price just wasn`t in my range. I looked around and my buddy had an '05 VTX. I rode it and it was a no brainer. The wife and I have put over 600 miles on it in a few months. It's very comfortable, absolutely no vibration. I always owned big four cylinder Kawasakis back in the day and haven't had a street bike for 20 years. The kids are growing up so it was time for a new toy.
- Chip Robinson, White Hall, Maryland

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2011-06-19 2009 Honda VTX1300T Cruisers View Listings

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As a proud owner of a Honda 1300T, 1300C and 1800T, I have to say they are great bikes! It's maximum comfort and the suspension is superior over the Yamaha and Kawasaki. The quality of components (engine, transmission, etc.) are very reliable. If I had anything bad to say about the 1300 VTX, they need to put a larger fuel tank on these models to maximize the ride experience even more!
- Bob Smith, Spanaway

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2011-03-23 2009 Honda VTX1300T Cruisers View Listings

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It doesn't matter, really, how you wish to categorize the VTX 1300: it has plenty of power and speed, and good low-to-mid-range torque and maneuverability. You don't really 'throw it around but it responds crisply to inputs and the long body still glides through curves and turns with relative ease. It's the perfect size for a mid-sized rider but might be a bit cramped for the long-legged -- even with highway pegs on an optional engine bar. The T (for Tourer) comes stock with a front-fender badge and Honda's most popular VTX add-ons -- leather saddlebags a windshield and passenger backrest. All add comfort and/or utility but the bags don't hold much and don't lock and Honda doesn't retail replacement windshield parts (available elsewhere however). Fuel mileage is ordinary -- circa 40-45 mpg. -- and both the electronic speedometer and odometer overstate (and not necessarily by the same amount). I wish there was a fuel gauge. Stock seat is adequate unless you do a lot of multi-hour long-distance riding (as for me I'm fine with a break every 60-75 minutes or so anyway; so the seat works fine). Lots of chrome upgrades and parts are available if you're into that sort of thing but it's an eye-catching machine even without customization.
- oldrip57, Columbia, Tennessee

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