Honda MotorCorp India has finally released the Honda XL750 Transalp, the country’s second-largest ADV vehicle, following a protracted period of anticipation. The Transalp, also known as the “king of the mountains,” is equipped with a potent engine. It has a 755cc motor inside of it. There is just one version and two color choices available at launch. You get a huge 16.9-liter gasoline tank with this. Additionally, this vehicle weighs 208 kg in total.
Design of the New Honda XL750 Transalp
The single-piece LED headlight, glass visor, and towering stance of the Honda XL750 Transalp are features that give it an off-roading appearance. In addition, a single-piece seat and a tubular handlebar are offered. This is coupled with a grab-rail for the pillion. Overall, the XL750 Transalp’s body work is incredibly beautiful and impressive.
Features of the Honda XL750 Transalp
|755cc Parallel Twin, Liquid-Cooled
|90bhp @ 9,500 RPM
|75Nm @ 7,250 RPM
|Front : Showa-sourced 43mm SFF-CATM upside-down front forks
Rear : Rear mono-shock suspension
|Front : Dual 310mm disc brakes
Rear : Single 256mm disc brake
|Front: 21 inches (spoke wheel) Rear: 18 inches (spoke wheel)
In the XL750 Transalp, a 5-inch completely digital instrument cluster has been included. RPM meter, speedometer, tachometer, trip meter, fuel gauge, gear position, stand alert, smartphone connectivity, Bluetooth connectivity, voice help navigation system, abrupt brake warning, auto cancel indicator, and emergency are just a few of its features. There are features like a stop signal.
Features of the Honda XL750 Transalp Safety
In addition, you get a ride-by-wire throttle, a switchable ABS system, and five reading modes (Sport, Standard, Rain, Gravel, and User) to help with riding. Additionally, traction control, engine power, and brake systems with Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) or Integrated Wheelie Control are offered. Aside from this, modern features like two levels of ABS, three levels of engine brake (EB), four levels of engine power (EP), and five levels of Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) have been added.
New Transalp Engine for Honda XL750
The Honda XL750 Transalp is powered by a 755 cc liquid-cooled parallel twin engine. This produces a peak torque of 75 nm at 7,250 rpm and 90 horsepower at 9,500 rpm. It has a six-speed gearbox attached to it.
Honda XL750 Transalp Brakes and suspension new
The Honda XL750 Transalp is equipped with 43 mm SFF-CATM upside-down front forks from Showa up front and a rear monoshock down back for suspension duties. Additionally, the vehicle’s hardware incorporates 256mm single disc brakes at the back and 310mm dual disc brakes at the front wheels to handle braking responsibilities.
It has spoke wheels on the back and 21-inch front wheels with block pattern tires wrapped around them. Instead of using tubeless tires in this, tube tires have been employed.
Cost of the Honda XL750 Transalp
The Honda XL750 Transalp is priced at Rs 10,99,990 ex-showroom when it is introduced to the Indian market. And in the Indian market, it faces off against the BMW F850 GS.