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Recall Information - Honda Powersports
- Check Recalls by VIN /HIN
Frequently Asked Questions: Parts Information - Honda Powersports
- How can I get a replacement key? You can order replacement keys through your local Honda dealer. The
dealer will need your key code to cut the key. If you do not have the key code we first recommend contacting your original selling dealer since they may have recorded this information at the time of sale. American
Honda is unable to provide a key code that corresponds with your
. If you are still unable to find your key code please contact you local Honda dealer for further assistance in obtaining a duplicate key.
Frequently Asked Questions: Customer Service - Honda Powersports
- How do I contact Honda Motorcycle Customer Support? For customer or product related questions or comments you can contact Honda Motorcycle Customer Support by telephone at 866-784-1870, Monday - Friday 8:30 - 4:30 PST.
Please have your
Vehicle Identification Number
or Hull Identification Number ready when calling.
Or by mail at: Honda Motorcycle Customer Support, P.O. Box 2200, Torrance, CA 90501.
Protection Plan - Honda Powersports
- HondaCare Roadside Assistance - now more convenient to purchase than ever! All you need is your vehicle identification number and a credit card. Click on the link and follow the instructions:
Congratulations on your purchase of the HondaCare Protection Plan Vehicle Service Contract. In American Honda’s continuing effort to make your ownership experience as pleasurable and carefree as possible, we have offered you comprehensive coverage specif
Mid-Size Madness: 2010 250F MX Comparison - Experience Powersports - Honda Powersports
- Mid-Size Madness: 2010 250F MX Comparison We also still do our best to pick a distinctive winner, but this is becoming incredibly difficult to do as each successive model year is introduced.
As you know, any motocross machine with “2010” stamped next to its
is a highly developed, thoroughly tested piece of equipment that has been built on lessons learned and feedback provided by legions of loyal customers, sponsored racers and well-trained test riders.
Given the enormously competitive market and each manufacturer's relentless yearning for your hard earned money, modern motocross bikes have gotten good.