2023 Honda XL750 Transalp | Complete Specs, Top Speed, Consumption, Images and More


Honda has unveiled the new 2023 XL750 Transalp in Europe, its 750cc adventure bike, which takes its name from the original iconic 1986 bike for a new generation of riders.

With premium specifications, the XL750 Transalp arrives with a lot of embedded technology such as the Throttle By Wire, 4 riding modes, 5 levels of traction control ‘Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC)’, Wheelie Control and 3 levels of Engine Brake and Power.

Furthermore, the design of this new model is based on the classic design of the original Transalp, the XL600V, with characteristic colors and graphics, and smooth, clean lines. But it also brings modernity, with an LED headlight reminiscent of the CB 500X and NC 750X, and a color TFT digital panel.

In terms of colors, the 2023 XL750 Transalp is available in Ross White Tricolor, Matte Iridium Gray Metallic and Mat Ballistic Black Metallic.

The XL750 is equipped with a 755 cm³ twin cylinder liquid-cooled engine, capable of generating up to 91.7 HP (67.5 kW) of maximum power.

See below the complete Technical Sheet, the specifications:

Cooling Liquid
Number of cylinders 2
Capacity 755 cm³
Power 91.7 HP (67.5 kW)
Torque 7.6 kgfm / 75 Nm
Gearbox 6-speed
Fuel Tank capacity 16.9 liters
Top Speed not informed
Avg Fuel Consumption – 4.35L/100km
Length 2325 mm
Width 838 mm
Height 1450 mm
Wheelbase 1560 mm
Ground Clearance 210 mm
Seat Height 850 mm
Kerb Weight 208 kg
Front Brake Dual Disc 310 mm
Rear Brake Disc 256 mm
Front Tire 90/90-21
Rear Tire 150/70-18
Traction Control Yes
Fully Digital Panel Meter Yes
LCD or TFT Digital Panel TFT
Full-LED Lighting Yes


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