Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports launched in India at Rs 16.01 lakh

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Honda has sent off the 2022 Africa Twin 1100 and the bicycle gets something beyond a new paint conspire. As in the past, the Africa Twin Adventure Sports will be accessible in manual and DCT variations. The brand has not sent off the standard Africa Twin with its more modest gas tank.

New for 2022, the bicycle gets a rearranged console that is supposed to be simpler to peruse. While the 6.5-inch touchscreen TFT show is something very similar, it presently upholds Android Auto, notwithstanding Apple CarPlay.

The bicycle’s general plan and bodywork is something similar, however the new Africa Twin Adventure Sports gets an overhauled windscreen that is 75mm lower when estimated upward and 97mm lower when estimated slantingly. The thought behind this was to further develop perceivability, and the screen can be changed by five situations without the requirement for devices.

Honda Africa Twin Adventure
Honda Africa Twin Adventure

The 99.2hp, 103Nm, 1082.96cc fluid cooled 8-valve equal twin motor continues as before. As in the past, the India-spec motor makes around 1.5hp not as much as what you’ll find in global business sectors.

The 6-speed manual transmission is immaculate, yet the double grasp DCT programmed gearbox gets a programming change that should offer smoother commitment in first and second pinion wheels.

The Africa Twin is loaded with electronic elements and rider helps, including a six-pivot Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), 2-Channel ABS, footing control and Bluetooth availability. Both MT and DCT variations get four riding mode settings – Tour, Urban, Gravel and Off-street – alongside two customisable settings – User 1 and 2.

The double LED headlamps have a cornering capacity, and this being the bigger Adventure Sports, the gas tank is a 24.5-liter unit. The bicycle additionally accompanies cross-bound spoked wheels that help tubeless tires.

The 2022 Africa Twin is accessible in only one tone for each model – Pearl Glare White Tricolor for the MT and Matt Ballistic Black Metallic for the AT. The standard bicycle is presently more costly by Rs 40,000 at Rs 16.01 lakh, however the cost of the AT has stayed consistent at Rs 17.5 lakh, (the two costs ex-display area, Gurugram).

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