Honda launches Transalp 750 at Rs 10.99 lakh
Honda Transalp 750 deliveries to commence from November 2023.
Just a day after our exclusive report, Honda has launched the Transalp 750 in India at Rs 10.99 lakh (ex-showroom, India). The bike will be available in India in two colours – Ross White and Matte Ballistic Black.
The Honda Transalp 750 is powered by a liquid-cooled, 755cc, parallel-twin engine making 92hp at 9,500rpm and 75Nm at 7,250rpm. This is the same as the international model unlike some other Honda big bikes.
This mill is mated to a 6-speed gearbox endowed with a slip and assist clutch and a bi-directional quickshifter. Nestling this 270-degree parallel-twin (also shared with the Hornet 750) is a diamond steel frame suspended by a USD fork and monoshock setup, both courtesy of Showa and both featuring preload adjustability.
Kerb weight stands at a lithe 208kg, which will make it one of the lightest multi-cylinder ADV bikes in the country. It rides on tubed wire-spoke rims sized 90/90-21 (front) and 150/70-R18. Seat height for the international model stands at 850mm, although there is a low seat option that brings it down to a more accessible 820mm. We are yet to confirm what the India-spec Transalp’s seat height figure is.
At its Rs 10.99 lakh asking price, the CBU Transalp 750 is still more affordable than its European rivals like the BMW F 850 GS (Rs 12.95 lakh) and Triumph Tiger 850 Sport (Rs 11.95 lakh).
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