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The Honda VF500F is a Japanese made sport touring bike in production from 1984 - 1986. It has a liquid-cooled, four-stroke,16 valve DOHC V4, 498 cc engine with a top speed of 128 mph (206 km/h).
The VF model line is a popular range of motorcycles that includes the VF400F, VF500F, VF700F, VF750F and VF1000F, all which use Honda's V4 engine.
Produced for both the North American and European market, it's called the Interceptor in the US market. An easy way to tell the difference is that the European version has a full fairing model, whereas the American model has a half fairing and a smaller fairing near the front motor. Although the half faring model is still sold in Europe.