Honda Unveils the All-New Rebel 1100 for 2021
Honda declared today that an all-new average size cruiser model—the Rebel 1100—to be fueled by a water-cooled, equal twin motor and offered for the 2021 model year. Acquainting new innovation with the cruiser classification, including Honda’s advanced automatic Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT).
A forward-looking bike, the versatile Rebel 1100 highlights deliberately created calculation, sport-commendable parts and a top tier capacity to-weight proportion, all of which join to make it fit of straight-line cruising, yet additionally more unique riding, including energetic increasing speed and thrilling cornering. The model has Honda’s prestigious dependability and finish, alongside an extremely serious retail cost.
The engine is a retuned form of the power plant from Honda’s famous Africa Twin adventure platform, with a 270-degree driving rod design that gives a beating, musical sound and feel at low motor speeds yet runs smooth at higher rpm. The DCT empowers automatic shifting, or riders can choose manual mode and switch gears by means of handlebar-mounted buttons. They can likewise switch between three diverse riding modes—Standard, Sport and Rain—every one of which conveys a particular riding experience, because of deliberately adjusted settings for power, Honda Selectable Torque Control, motor slowing down and DCT.
The skeleton features geometry that accomplishes both straight-line stability and neutral handling, and in spite of the fact that seat height is low at 27.5 inches, the motor is sufficiently reduced to empower a 35-degree bank point—significantly more than most cruisers and reasonable for vivacious cornering. Elite suspension parts contain a 43 mm conventional fork with a cartridge-type damper, and twin Showa stuns with piggyback repositories, while the front brake has a monobloc, four-cylinder, outspread mount caliper with a skimming rotor. Check weight is only 509 pounds for the DCT rendition.
The 2021 Honda Rebel 1100 is scheduled to release in January and will be available in Metallic Black and Bordeaux Red Metallic. The MSRP is $9,999 ($9,299 for the manual-transmission version).
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