Honda launches its CB750 Hornet motorcycle for the first time in Chile

The pre-sale will begin in December across the Honda dealership network across the country.

For the first time in the country, Honda presents the CB750 Hornet model, a naked motorcycle designed to meet the most demanding expectations of the Japanese firm’s customers. It is inspired by the popular and popular CB600F Hornet motorcycle from the 90s, which evokes the classic design, but is adapted to the needs of today’s consumer, with great power.

“The Hornet has always been a very relevant motorcycle for Honda. Its exciting and addictive features have always gone hand in hand with agile and lightweight handling. For us, the Hornet has always been the maximum representation of the “streetfighter” concept and this version proudly follows this tradition, so we are very happy with its arrival in Chile,” summarized José Ignacio Zenteno of Honda Motos.

It is characterized by a minimalist design, with clean lines, a compact and proportionate look, which has been developed to attract young motorcyclists looking to climb a significant step. According to Zenteno, “its styling with traits of tension and aggressiveness from front to rear, enhances authentic sporting intentions.”

The CB750 Hornet is distinguished by its 750 cc twin-cylinder engine and its eight-valve Unicam cylinder head which delivers a power of 90 hp at 9,500 rpm and a torque of 75 Nm available at 7,250 rpm. Fuel consumption of 23 km/l allows a potential range of more than 340 km with its 15.2 liter tank.

Throttle-by-wire motor control offers three pre-programmed driving modes, adjusting power delivery and engine feel based on conditions. These are controlled with the mode switch on the left side of the handlebar and the TFT display. Additionally, a cell phone connection can be used via Honda RoadSync. Allow user to control music, maps and phone calls by voice.

The front wheel width is 3.5 inches and features a 120/70-ZR17 tire, the rear wheel is 4.5 inches with a 160/60-ZR17 tire.

The model will begin with a presale starting in December for a value of $8,990,000 and its arrival will take place during the first months of 2024.

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Source: Latercera

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