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Honda’s iconic Gold Wing gets updated for the 2020 model year, including a few comfort and convenience refinements, and new colors for the bikes that will begin arriving at dealers this January.
Honda’s iconic Gold Wing gets updated for the 2020 model year, including a few comfort and convenience refinements, and new colors for the bikes that will begin arriving at dealers this January. (Honda/)Refinement comes in the form of a reengineered button for the central storage compartment. That black rectangle below the windshield would be more recognizable as a 7-inch color TFT screen if someone had switched on the ignition.
Refinement comes in the form of a reengineered button for the central storage compartment. That black rectangle below the windshield would be more recognizable as a 7-inch color TFT screen if someone had switched on the ignition. (Honda/)Looks rather sporty, eh? This is the Matte Black Metallic colorway. The lack of a top box means this isn’t a Gold Wing Tour model, making it more of a bagger than a, er, tourer.
Looks rather sporty, eh? This is the Matte Black Metallic colorway. The lack of a top box means this isn’t a Gold Wing Tour model, making it more of a bagger than a, er, tourer. (Honda/)Ah, there’s the top box that makes this Gold Wing a Tour model.
Ah, there’s the top box that makes this Gold Wing a Tour model. (Honda/)Another Gold Wing Tour, here showing the newly standard fog lights in front of each cylinder bank. The blacked-out treatment on the engine, frame, and wheels is new and comes only on this Pearl Glare White colorway.
Another Gold Wing Tour, here showing the newly standard fog lights in front of each cylinder bank. The blacked-out treatment on the engine, frame, and wheels is new and comes only on this Pearl Glare White colorway. (Honda/)There’s never too many power ports on a road trip!
There’s never too many power ports on a road trip! (Honda/)New grab handles on the Tour models better accommodate riders of various sizes.
New grab handles on the Tour models better accommodate riders of various sizes. (Honda/)

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