Honda Transalp XL 750 – Price, impressions, technical data.
Sober and simple like thirty years ago, but technological and practical, in one word: Transalp
La new Transalp comes with the same twin-cylinder engine mounted on the Hornet, but with a shortened final gear ratio to ensure greater bass response, essential for a motorcycle designed to be at ease off road
Already from Eicma it was possible to test the positive feedback from the public. There is no shortage of admirers of the iconic model, even if purists turn up their noses at not seeing the classic V2 engine, but finding a motorcycle with a dedicated engine is increasingly rare. Our impressions with the static test are good, the bike is tight and the handlebar gives safety and stability. The 5” color TFT display is clear and the information is easy to read.
|Price from Euro fc||displacement|
|Patent||A - A2|
|Saddle height||850 mm|
|Dry weight||208 kg|
|Potenza||92 hp - 68 kw - 9.500 rpm|
|Pair||8 kgm - 75 nm - 7.250 rpm|
|Suspensions||Front: Showa SFF-CA, 43 mm inner diameter, 200 mm travel Rear: Monoshock with Pro-Link linkage, aluminum swingarm, 190 mm wheel travel|
|Brakes||front disc – Rear disc.|
|Wheel||21 ant. - 18 posts.|
|Tyres||90/90-R21 M/C 54H front – 150/70-R18 M/C 70H post.|