At the EICMA, Honda presented the new XL750 Transalp.  With 92 PS, it is currently the most powerful touring enduro in this class.

At the EICMA, Honda presented the new XL750 Transalp.  With 92 PS, it is currently the most powerful touring enduro in this class.

 

Engine and performance

The XL750 Transalp is powered by an inline two-cylinder with 755cc.  Basically, the engine of the Hornet was taken over unchanged and transplanted into the new steel bridge frame of the Transalp.  Accordingly, the performance data are identical. 92 PS (67.5 kW) are achieved at 9,500 rpm and 75 Nm at 7,250 rpm.  A 48 PS variant is also offered as an alternative for the European A2 market. 

 

Other electronics

The settings have been carefully adjusted to provide sensitive response for Touring.  Four riding modes are available, Sport, Standard, Rain, Gravel and a User mode in which one can influence the parameters of engine power, engine brake, ABS, HSTC traction control and wheelie control.

The new Transalp is equipped with a 5-inch TFT color display that also features Honda`s smartphone voice control system. 

Lighting uses LED technology all around.  The turn signals are self-resetting and there is also an emergency brake signal function.

 

Chassis

At the front, a 43mm Showa SFF-CA upside-down fork keeps the front wheel quiet.  The suspension travel is 200 mm.  The aluminum swingarm features a Showa monoshock and Pro-Link mounting.  Here, the suspension travel is 190 mm.  The spring base can be adjusted at the front and rear.  The ground clearance is specified with 210 mm.

Braking is at the front with 310 mm Wave double-disc brakes and two-piston calipers.  The tire dimensions are 90/90 R21 at the front and 150/70 R18 at the rear.  With the block tread tires, they want to offer the versatility to ride on the road as well as off-road.

The seat height is 850 mm, optionally there is also a seat through which 820 mm is achieved.  Under the seat hides the USB charging port.

 

Wide range of accessories

Those who wish to further individualize or improve their Transalp have access to a large range of accessories.  In addition to various luggage solutions, rally and touring equipment or cosmetic finishing touches, a shift assistant is also offered.

Urban package

(everyday practicality and stowage solution)

50 liter top box with one key system, matching aluminum fairing, carrier base, backrest, 25 liter inner pannier, high windshield, main stand.

 

Travel Package

  • (comfort and luggage solution)
  • Side case set (right 26 liters/left 33 liters), matching aluminum fairings, pannier rack system, interior pannier set, heated grips.

 

Adventure package

  • (style and protection)
  • Front crash bar*, LED fog lights incl. mounting, radiator grille.
  • *Separately available mounting kit required.

 

Rallye package

  • (Style and functionality)
  • Shift assistant, engine guard incl. mounting kit, engine guard, rally footrest set, hand protectors.

 

Comfort package

  • (comfort and suitability for everyday use)
  • 3 liter tank bag, additional wind deflectors, comfort sock footpegs, 12V socket, luggage rope.

 

Color variants

  • A total of three color options will be available
  • Matt Iridium Gray Metallic
  • Matt Ballistic Black Metallic
  • Ross White Tricolour

 

Masatoshi Sato, XL750 Transalp project manager, Honda R&D, Japan: “With our new Transalp we looked hard at what made the first model so good and wanted to strike the right balance between urban agility, long-distance, on-road touring comfort and off-road ability. In arriving where we are, we have considered all these aspects in a ‘360 degree’ way, and created a bike that gives riders of all experience levels a fresh new option in the Honda range. The look revives the classic Transalp presence in a modern key, the new engine is incredibly strong and versatile, and the bike has an appealingly long and rich specification list. Around town or around the world – our Transalp is ready!”

 

Technical specifications

ENGINE

Engine Type

Liquid-cooled OHC 4-stroke 8-valve parallel twin with 270° crank and Unicam

Engine Displacement

755cc

Bore x Stroke (mm)

87mm x 63.5mm

Compression Ratio

11.0:1

Max. Power Output

67.5kW @ 9,500rpm

Max. Torque

75Nm @ 7,250rpm

Noise Level (dB)

 Lwot – 81.5; Lurban – 77.5

Oil Capacity

 3.9L

Starter

Electric

FUEL SYSTEM

Carburation

PGM-FI electronic injection

Fuel Tank Capacity

16.9L

CO2 Emissions WMTC

103g/km

Fuel Consumption

23km/l

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Battery Capacity

12v 8.6Ah

DRIVETRAIN

Clutch Type

Wet multiple, assist slipper clutch

Transmission Type

6 speed Manual Transmission

Final Drive

Chain

FRAME

Frame Type

Steel diamond

CHASSIS

Dimensions (L´W´H)

2,325mm x 838mm x 1,450mm

Wheelbase

1560mm

Caster Angle

27°

Trail

111mm

Seat Height

850mm

Ground Clearance

210mm

Kerb Weight

208kg

Turning radius

2.6m

SUSPENSION

Suspension Front

Showa 43mm SFF-CA – 200mm travel

Suspension Rear

Monoshock damper, Pro-Link swingarm, 190mm travel

WHEELS

Wheels Front

21in (stainless steel) spoked wheels

Wheels Rear

18in (stainless steel) spoked wheels

Tyres Front

90/90-R21 M/C 54H

Tyres Rear

150/70-R18 M/C 70H

BRAKES

ABS Type

2 channel

Brakes Front

Dual 310mm x 4.5mm ‘wave’ discs with axial mounted

2 piston calipers

Brakes Rear

Single 256mm x 6.0mm ‘wave’ disc is operated by a single-piston caliper

INSTRUMENTS & ELECTRICS

Instruments

TFT

Headlight

LED

Taillight

LED

Connectivity

Honda Smartphone Voice Control

USB

Type C (under the pillion seat)

12V Socket

Optional

Auto Winker Cancel

Yes

Quickshifter

Optional

Security System

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