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Honda has added additional color options to the 2023 variant of the Africa Twin.

The motorbike is now offered a new Matte Iridium Gray Metallic paint job for the Adventure Sport trim and a new Glint Wave Blue Metallic Tricolor paint job for the Standard model. The two-wheeler, however, is of the same mechanical generation.

Honda Africa Twin: New Colours

Honda has unveiled several new color options for the 2023 CRF1100L Africa Twin and Africa Twin Adventure Sports. The Honda pair remains mostly unchanged for 2023 after receiving its most recent revision in 2020.

From 2022 the “Grand Prix Red” scheme has been carried forward with two new designs for the regular Africa Twin: thinner, lighter, and more agile. The bike, which stands out due to the diminutive size of its 18.8-liter tank and lower screen, will also be offered all-black with black wheels and a new red, white and blue “HRC” tricolor.

Honda: Africa Twin and Adventure Bike

The Adventure Sport, which is geared more for road touring and has a larger 25-liter tank, taller screen, and better comfort, has two additional options: a distinctive red/white/blue tricolor with gold wheels, as well as Black, gray wheels with metal. The AS type accounts for 56 percent of all European African Twin sales.

Both continue to share a 1084cc parallel-twin engine that generates a manageable 100bhp power. The bike is available with a conventional manual six-speed transmission or Honda’s semi-automatic Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT), which the company first introduced in 2009. It was introduced on the VFR1200F.

Despite slow adoption, Honda claims that over 200,000 bikes have been sold with the DCT and the technology now represents 61 percent of adventure sports sales.

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