Honda CB750 Hornet revealed

Honda CB750 Hornet revealed


Honda has unveiled the CB750 Hornet, its latest middleweight contender. This motorcycle is powered by a new 755cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine producing 92hp at 9,500rpm and 74.4Nm at 7,000rpm. The motorcycle is equipped with an extensive suite of electronic rider aids, including four rider modes, traction control, wheelie control, engine brake control, and optional bi-direction quickshifting. Follow hitsbuddy for latest news.

Honda CB750 Hornet

The new 755cc parallel-twin engine employs a 279-degree firing order to simulate the sound of a V-Twin engine, similar to the majority of modern parallel twins on the market today. A six-speed transmission with a slip/assist clutch and an optional bidirectional quickshifter are mated to this engine.

A steel diamond frame supported by a 41m Showa SFF-BP and a pro-link monoshock encases this new engine. The CB750 Hornet weighs 190kg when its 15.2-litre gasoline tank is full and has a seat height of 795mm. Nissin provides the braking system, which consists of a pair of radially mounted four-piston callipers clamping down on dual 296mm discs and a single-piston calliper clamping down on a 240mm disc at the rear.

Honda CB750 Hornet: Ride-Aiding Electronics

The CB750 features an extensive array of electronic rider aids that are controlled by its five-inch, full-color TFT display. CB750 Hornet is equipped with an electronic ride-by-wire throttle and has four power modes: Sport, Standard, Rain, and User (fully customisable).

There are three integrated, non-customizable traction control and wheelie control levels available. Adjustable engine braking and engine power modes, as well as an optional bi-directional quickshifter, round out the technological aids. It also features Bluetooth connectivity for the TFT display and Honda Smartphone Voice Control.

Honda CB750 Hornet: Cost and Competitors

The Honda CB750 Hornet is priced at roughly 6.5 lakh on international markets, undercutting its primary competitor, the Yamaha MT 07 (priced at approximately 6.71 lakh), but offering higher performance and amenities.

The price of the CB750 Hornet has not been disclosed for India. If introduced in India, it is anticipated to be priced at approximately 7.5 lakhs.

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