Monday, November 09, 2009

2010 Honda XL700V Transalp: First pics, specs


New colours and graphics for the 2010 Honda XL700V Transalp...

Honda have announced the 2010-spec XL700V Transalp ‘adventure sports tourer’, which gets new colours and graphics and… not much else in the way of changes. The 680cc liquid-cooled v-twin remains the same and ‘delivers impressive roll-on acceleration and strong, torque-filled performance, especially in its wide midrange,’ says a press release from Honda. ‘The PGM-FI system helps deliver high fuel economy, responsive throttle control and low exhaust emissions,’ it claims.

Combined-ABS is now also available on the new Honda Transalp. And the accessories list includes 29-litre pannier kit and 45-litre top box, same key operation for both ignition and top box, a higher windscreen, front and rear fog lamp kits, grip heaters and a motorcycle navigation kit.



2010 Honda XL700V Transalp: Specs
Engine: Liquid-cooled, 8-valve, SOHC, 680cc v-twin
Power: 59bhp@7,750rpm
Torque: 60Nm@5,500rpm
Fuel tank capacity: 17.5 litres
Fuel Consumption: 19.6km/l
Gearbox: Five-speed
Final Drive: O-ring sealed chain
Chassis: Semi-double-cradle box-section steel tube
Kerb Weight: 214kg
Front Suspension: 41mm leading-axle telescopic fork, 177mm axle travel
Rear Suspension: Pro-Link with adjustable compression damping, 173mm axle travel
Wheels: 19-inch (front), 17-inch (rear)
Tyres: 100/90 (front), 130/80 (rear)
Brakes: 256mm disc with three-piston callipers (front) and 240mm disc (rear), C-ABS optional

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

The baby is ugly.

Anonymous said...

oh no what have tey done. could they design something else? what a butt ugly bike.
please japanese folks please design with passion!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
this is terrible

Anonymous said...

I love Honda for their 2 and 4 wheel products, but somebody had to drink to much designing this modell!!! I have TransAlp '99 and wanted to buy a new modell, but my eyes don't allow me to do it...I can't drink to be able to come to this awfull machine!!! like many kinds of jewellery and shit mixed to built a bike ;(( Make us something looking like XRV 750 in a new fashion!!!!!!!!!and give us 21 inch front wheel back!!!Max load about 150 kg at enduro machine??? WAKE UP Soichiro HONDA!!! I want to buy a new HONDA TA or AT, but don't want to be sick standing by my motorcycle...Please!!! BIKER

Anonymous said...

This is the most beautiful wheels i'd ever seen! good work HONDA RULES!

Anonymous said...

like most HONDA products,a work of art!WOW!

Anonymous said...

Bring it to the USA!
I'll buy it in a second.
Good idea here!
www.honda-transalp.com

Anonymous said...

yes, bring it to USA.

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