CB750 Hornet key highlights
The CB Hornet 750 is Honda’s newest motorcycle in the block that will go against some of the proven motorcycles in that segment.
The Japanese brand has given it a host of features to make it an enticing purchase. It gets full-LED lighting, Bluetooth-enabled five-inch colour TFT display, a traction control system, three ride modes (Sport, Standard, and Rain), three-level wheelie control, and ABS tech. It also benefits from the Smartphone Voice Control system (HSVCs).
The motorcycle is powered by a 755cc, parallel-twin, liquid-cooled engine with a 270-degree crank that makes 90bhp and 75Nm of peak torque. The company will also offer an A2 variant of the CB750 Hornet in the European market with a maximum output of 47bhp.
The suspension setup on this naked roadster comprises 41mm Showa Separate Function Forks at the front and a pro-link rear mono-shock. The braking tasks are handled by twin discs at the front and a single rotor at the back. The CB750 Hornet tips the weighing scale at 190kg (kerb). Internationally, Honda will offer the motorcycle in four colours – Graphite Black, Pearl Glare White, Matte Iridium Gray Metallic, and Matte Goldfinch Yellow.
The CB Hornet 750 will likely make its India debut later this year but will come with a price tag that will make it extremely expensive.
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