Honda unveiled the Rebel 1100 for international markets recently. The city-cruiser style motorcycle is the biggest offering in the range which also has the Rebel 300 and Rebel 500. Here, we tell you all that you need to know about the motorcycle through this image gallery.
The Rebel 1100 sports the same styling as its smaller displacement siblings and features a round, full-LED headlamp, a sloping fuel tank and an exposed frame.
Its low seat, slightly forward-set footpegs and high-set handlebars offer the rider a relaxed cruising position. Interestingly, the dimensions of the Rebel 1100 are only minutely larger than the Rebel 500.
Nonetheless, underneath its cruiser attire, the Honda Rebel 1100 uses a 1048cc, parallel-twin engine borrowed from the Africa Twin. And just like the adventure touring motorcycle, Honda is offering the Rebel in a choice of a manual or DCT gearbox.
Decently strapped with electronic aids, the Rebel 1100 gets four ride modes- Standard, Rain, Sport and a user customisable mode. It also comes with three-level wheelie control, ABS, cruise control, throttle-by-wire and Honda Selectable Torque Control.
The Honda Rebel 1100 rides on an 18-inch front wheel with telescopic forks and a 16-inch rear wheel with a pair of shock absorbers sourced from Showa. Meanwhile, braking hardware consists of 330mm discs upfront and a 256mm disc at the rear.
Honda is offering the Rebel 1100 in a two colour options- Bordeux Red Metallic and Metallic Black. The motorcycle also comes with a host of optional accessories like a batwing fairing, different seats and saddlebags.