Honda Transalp 750
Honda Transalp 750: Honda has finally launched the much-awaited Transalp 750 in the Indian market. The premium class adventure motorcylce has been introduced at the starting price of Rs 10.99 lakh (ex-showroom). The bike will hit the market in two colours schemes – Matte Ballistic Black and Ross White.
According to the reports, the company expected to kickstart delivery somewhere in November 2023. Meanwhile, interested customers either can pre-book the vehicle online from the company’s official website or the authorized showroom.
Honda Transalp 750 Design
The adventure tourer comes with an aggressive design and flaunts a proper off-roading style statement. If one closely analyses the motorcycle, it will definitely give them a picture of the original Transalp which made its official presence in the 1980s. However, the modern avatar carries its own charm, which might get an overwhelming response in the future.
Transalp 750 comes with a compact headlight, paired with an integrated windscreen, ensuring proper protection to the rider on rough terrain. The bike runs on 21-inch front and 18-inch rear golden-colored spoke wheels, which claim to deliver a smooth riding experience to the customers.
Honda Transalp 750 Features
The machine is loaded with tons of advanced features. The list includes a smartphone Voice Control System, which will allow the rider to connect the smartphone to the bike, and monitor some of the important notifications on a 5.0-inch TFT display. The other notable features are self-canceling indicators, emergency stop signal, type C charging socket, and whatnot.
Honda Transalp 750 Engine
As far as the displacement is concerned, the adventure tourer is powered by a 755cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin engine. The unit generates a max power of 90 bhp at 9,500rpm and 75Nm at 7,250rpm.