2023 Honda XL750 Transalp

2023 Honda XL750 Transalp the all-new 755cc, parallel twin-cylinder unit (shared with the new CB750 Hornet) produces 67.5kW top power and a strong helping of torque right through the rev range, peaking at 75Nm. Refined settings of the Throttle By Wire (TBW) system orientate the engine character towards touring and comfort.

Compact, competition CRF-derived Unicam eight-valve cylinder heads employ downdraft air intakes and Vortex flow duct to ensure optimal combustion. The 270° crank delivers feel and character. Electronic rider aids run via Throttle By Wire (TBW) and include 5 riding modes, 4 of which contain pre-set combinations of Engine Power, Engine Braking, ABS, and Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) with integrated Wheelie Control. The 5th ‘User’ mode allows the rider to fix their own preferred combination.

Handling is light, nimble, and confidence-inspiring. The steel diamond frame is lightweight thanks to optimization of wall/pipe thickness and stiffness. For supple on-road performance and off-road bump absorption, the suspension is top quality: Showa 43mm SFF-CA USD forks and rear shock operating through Pro-Link. Dual two-piston calipers provide efficient stopping power while the tyres – 90/90-21/150/70-18 front and rear – deliver versatility on or off-road.

The rich specification list is headlined by a 5-inch TFT colour display which supplies vivid information delivery and management of all systems, as well as the connectivity of Honda Smartphone Voice Control system (HSVCs) for Android and IOS devices. All lighting is LED; the indicators auto-cancel and also include Emergency Stop Signal (ESS) technology to warn other road users of sudden braking.

A range of accessories, including quickshifter, soft and hard luggage, rally/touring equipment, and cosmetic enhancements are ready to go for an owner’s preference.

2023 Honda XL750 Transalp will be available three striking colour options including, of course, the beautiful Tricolour paying homage to the original XL600V, marking the return of an icon.

  • Matte Iridium Gray Metallic
  • Mat Ballistic Black Metallic
  • Ross White Tricolour

2023 Honda XL750 Transalp Features

  • Fairing and bodywork balance aerodynamic wind protection, on-road comfort, and off-road ability
  • Practicality from 850mm seat height, USB socket, and rear carrier
  • Premium feel of a 5-inch full colour TFT screen with Honda Smartphone Voice Control system (HSVCs)
  • Full LED lighting and Emergency Stop Signal (ESS) technology for the rear indicators
  • 755cc, 8-valve Unicam parallel twin-cylinder engine with 270° crank
  • 5kW @ 9,500rpm, 75Nm torque @ 7,250rpm and 35kW A2 licence option
  • Transalp-specific TBW mapping for touring focus
  • Patented Vortex flow intake ducts and tuned exhaust note
  • Assist/slipper clutch
  • Four default rider modes; Sport, Standard, Rain, and Gravel
  • User customization option between all levels
  • Four levels of Engine Power and three of Engine Brake
  • Five-stage Honda Selectable Torque Control with integrated Wheelie Control
  • Off-road ABS brake setting allows rear caliper to be switched off in USER mode
  • Lightweight 18.3kg steel diamond frame with integrated subframe
  • Showa 43mm SFF-CA USD forks and Pro-link rear shock; both spring preload adjustable
  • Two-piston front calipers/310mm wave discs; single-piston caliper/256mm rear disc
  • 21/18-inch wheel combination wearing 90/90-21/150/70-18 front and rear tyres

Related News: 2023 Honda CB750 Hornet

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