2020 Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports DCT

$20,999

* price does not include fees or taxes

2020

Sport

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2020 Honda® Africa Twin Adventure Sports DCT

Escapism at its peak

Features may include:

Engine & Drivetrain
  • Parallel-Twin Engine

For 2020 the CRF1100 Africa Twin's displacement has been increased to 1,084 cc's. As a result the peak power has increased by 7% and peak torque by 6%. The obvious increase in both power and torque makes itself felt from 2,500 RPM all the way through to the redline. This increase was achieved through engine refinements such as increasing the piston stroke, installing larger throttle bodies as well as updating the cylinder head and ECU settings.

  • 270-degree Phased Crankshaft

A 270-degree phased crankshaft and uneven firing interval gives a distinctive sound and feel while helping to produce strong and linear power and instant response anywhere in the rev range.

  • Exhaust Control Valve

To better manage the uprated intake efficiency and higher output the exhaust end-can now features a variable Exhaust Control Valve (ECV) very similar to the unit fitted to the CBR1000RR. It enhances both engine performance and efficiency as it opens at higher rpm and gives a pleasing exhaust note ‘pulse’ at lower rpm.

Chassis / Suspension
  • New Frame Design

Electronic suspension is now standard in the form of, Showa Electronically Equipped Ride Adjustment (Showa EERA™). Showa EERA™ adjusts damping force relative to riding mode selected and aims to deliver high-quality suspension reaction in diverse and opposite conditions - riding comfort at slower speeds and stability at higher speeds.

  • Aluminum Subframe

A bolt-on aluminum subframe replaces the integral steel structure of the previous design and is 40 mm slimmer at a width of 195 mm – crucial for easier ground reach.

  • Aluminum Swingarm

The aluminum swingarm is all-new, 500g lighter and improves rigidity, rear wheel traction and rider feel.

Additional Features
  • New Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU)

At the very heart of the Africa Twin’s elevated on- and off-road performance is a Bosch MM7.10 six-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) that measures 6-axis of data and sends that information to other critical systems like: HSTC, ABS and wheelie control… these systems then make adjustments in real-time to give you total control.

  • ABS Brakes

This system works in conjunction with the IMU by taking in all the data from the bike on speed, deceleration and lean angle to prevent rear wheel lock up or rear wheel lift. This makes sure you can stop quickly and keep both wheels planted to the road. There are on and off-road settings and rear ABS can be turned off in certain settings.