Just before the turn of the 2000s, Honda introduced the original Hornet, a sporty yet practical naked bike derived from Big Red‘s CBR600 Super Sport. Although no touches have been made in the last ten years, the Japanese company has introduced a completely new version of the motorcycle. Here is the Honda CB750 Hornet.
At the heart of the brand new CB750 Hornet; The liquid-cooled, short-stroke eight-valve, single-cam equipped 755cc parallel-twin engine produces 90.6 hp and 74.57Nm of torque. Six-speed gearbox with slip-clutch, LED lighting all around, a 5” TFT display equipped with Honda Smartphone Voice Control system, and dual radial-mount Nissan four-pot front calipers supported by dual-channel ABS can be counted among the other outstanding features.
The CB750 Hornet also has three riding modes. Sport, Standard, and Rain. Honda Selectable Torque Control, wheel control, adjustable engine power, and engine braking do their best to offer you a safe and comfortable ride. Offering various packages such as Sport and Touring, Honda seems to steal the hearts of its potential customers.
The 2023 Honda CB750 Hornet motorcycle, available in Graphite Black, Pearl Metallic, Matte Irridium Gray Mettalic, and Matte Goldfinch Yellow color options, is available in various countries with a price tag of approximately $7,820. Click here if you want more information.