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HONDA CRF 1000 A-H

£9,595.00

Specifications

Colour Body Type Fuel Type Transmission Engine Capacity Mileage
DAKAR RED 0
466

NOW AVAILABLE OUR FANTASTIC EX DEMO - TRUE ADVENTURE AND ONLY 466 MILES.

Staying faithful to its predecessors, the new Africa Twin embodies the spirit of True Adventure. But in 2015, it now benefits from Honda’s latest and most refined innovations. With 98Nm of torque, the Africa Twin is built to take you all the way from tarmac touring to off-road rally.

The new Africa Twin packs an all-new 4-stroke 1000cc parallel twin engine. It has the muscle to take on extreme off-road environments, offers smooth comfort for long distance touring, and sprightly agility for the everyday commute.

The standard manual version of the Africa Twin has a lightweight six-speed manual gearbox that uses the same shift-cam design found on the trusty CRF250R/450R – and is equipped with an assist slipper clutch. Coupled with a large 18.8 litre fuel tank and top fuel efficiency, it has a range of up to 248 miles. Enough to get where you wanted (or weren’t expecting) to go.

Anti-locking Braking System (ABS) and Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) provide a new level of advanced traction.

The Africa Twin’s optional ABS stops the bike from skidding – keeping you in control when you have to brake hard. If the sensors detect a wheel lock, a series of valves use a pulsating braking sequence to quickly stop the bike – without losing traction.

Total control

When HSTC senses an imminent loss of rear wheel traction, it seamlessly reduces torque to boost grip and avoid wheel spin. Two levels are available, and mode selection appears on the LCD display.

If you really want to let loose, individually disable ABS or HSTC with just the push of a button.