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Honda Africa Twin trial assembly starts in India

According to the most recent reports available, Honda has begun the trial assembling of Africa Twin 1000cc Adventure bike in India. Honda is one of those couple of makers that are making every single new section in the Indian market. They are setting their top of the line items nearer to the lower section by bringing them as CKDs for the nation. After CBR650F, the second item to enter a similar group is Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin and it would make its entrance into India around the mid of 2017. The bike is made at Kumamoto office of Honda in Japan while late seismic tremors brought about generation end for the Africa Twin. This prompted some deferral for its global conveyance.



Notwithstanding when bringing the same by means of CKD course, Africa Twin CRF1000L will convey least measure of limitation however would get alleviation from the high tax collection that gets through the CBU course. Honda did likewise with CBR650F and propelled it in August 2015, about one and a half year after the Auto Expo 2016. Honda Africa Twin is fueled by a 998cc motor, delivering 92.61 BHP at 7500 rpm and 98 Nm of torque at 6000 rpm.

The bike offers 250 mm of ground freedom and accompanies moderately high 850/870 mm of movable seat stature. It is most appropriate for riders who incline toward rough terrain riding and need a bicycle that can move over any landscape. The bike utilizes 21 inch front while its back wheel is 18 inch in distance across. It would be valued around INR 13 lakh, making it a strict opponent to the Triumph Tiger arrangement. It even offers ABS and DCT as an alternative.


Honda Africa Twin Specifications

Displacement – 998 cc
Maximum Power – 92.61 BHP @ 7500 rpm
Maximum Torque – 98 NM @ 6000 rpm
No. of Cylinders – 2
No. of Gears – 6
Seat Height – 870 / 850 mm
Ground Clearance – 250 mm
Kerb/Wet Weight – STD – 228 kg, ABS – 232 kg, DCT – 242 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity – 18.8 litres
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