Honda has updated its flagship adventure tourer, the CRF1100L Africa Twin, for 2020. It gets a larger 1084cc engine which makes 102PS and 105Nm. There are loads of other changes to the motorcycle which are well explained in our story here. It is well on its way to India as Honda will be launching the bike on 5 March.
Preferred For : Occasional Commute & Tours
50% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
I have no regrets picking up the AT, I didn't honestly think that I could use it as my commuter too. It just doesn't heat up in bad traffic like we have in Bangalore. The maintenance of the bike is just plain affordable. You have to get it serviced twice a year or 6k kms whichever comes first. The service cost is normally less than 5k. Its a super comfortable bike and the best off road bike in the market. It is unbelievably reliable. The city average is anywhere between 14 to 18kms and on the highway between 27 to 32 kms. I have had the bike for a little more than 6 months and there are no regrets picking up the AT. I had originally booked another brilliant machine and canceled the booking in the last minute to go for this one. Its been a wonderful riding experience.
lacks some torque but fantastic suspension
I like this bike too much
It looks the same as before, but are there any important changes under the skin of the 2018 Africa Twin?
What does the Africa Twin have to offer in a world of highly capable adventure tourers?
If there was a Temple of Off-Road, Honda’s Africa Twin would be one of its leading deities. Does the all-new Africa Twin have the divine ruggedness of the classic, and hack its way as an all-rounder in its uber sophisticated segment?