Honda has pulled the wrap off the 2023 CB750 Hornet. The CB750 Hornet is powered by a 755 cc parallel twin-cylinder with 270° crank and uni-cam engine that produces 91 hp of power and 75 Nm of torque. The middleweight naked bike will be offered in three configurations–Sport pack, Style pack, and Tour pack–with an aim to serve as a multi-purpose bike.
Design and configuration
The new CB750 Hornet gets its design inspiration from the CB500F. The bike comes with aggressive front fascia (with sharp headlights), muscular tank, split-set-up seats, a side-slung exhaust, and upfront handlebar. Furthermore, the bike is offered in four different colour options: Graphite black, Pearl Glare white, Matte Iridium Grey Metallic, and Matte Goldfinch yellow.
The CB750 Hornet is offered in three configurations: Sport pack, Style pack, and Tour pack. The sport pack model–features red-colored seat cowl, quickshifter, meteor visor, and sport footpegs–gets sporty characteristics in terms of design and performance. The style pack model gets style improvements by the addition of skid pad, tank pad, grip ends, red wheel stripes, and aluminium handlebar holder. Meanwhile, the Tour pack variant comes with enhancement of the comfort and loading capacity of the bike.
Engine and performance
The CB750 Hornet is powered by a 755 cc, four-stroke, eight-valve, parallel twin-cylinder with 270° crank and uni-cam engine. The naked bike produces a maximum power of 91 hp at 9500 rpm and a maximum torque of 75 Nm of torque at 7250 rpm. For transmission, the bike gets a 6-speed gearbox. The CB750 Hornet comes with a 15.2 L fuel tank and according to the company, the bike provides a maximum mileage of 23 km.
|Engine type||Liquid-cooled OHC, 4-stroke, 8-valve Parallel Twin with 270° crank and uni-cam|
|Engine displacement||755 cc|
|Clutch||Wet multiple and assisted slipper|
|Maximum power||91 hp at 9500 rpm|
|Maximum torque||75 Nm at 7250 rpm|
|Fuel tank capacity||15.2 L|
|Seat Height||795 mm|
|Kerb Weight||190 kg|
The all-new CB750 Hornet’s dash features a 5-inch full colour TFT display that is integrated with the Honda Smartphone Voice Control (HSVC) app and the Honda Roadsync app. The HSVC app allows the rider to make verbal commands, operate it accordingly, and display the result on the dash. Meanwhile, the Honda Roadsync app gets connected to the rider’s smartphone (via a Bluetooth headset) and provides access to manage calls, notifications, navigation, and messages via a dash.
Other notable features are its Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), wheelie control, dual-channel ABS, assisted slipper clutch, quickshifter, electric starter, and riding modes (Sport, Standard, Rain, and User), among others.
CB750 Hornet price in Nepal
The CB750 Hornet has been unveiled globally and after its launch on 2023, it will serve as a rival to the MT-07 and the Kawasaki Z650. Although the bike is unlikely to be launched in Nepal, the interested fans can import it individually at an expected price of Rs 17 lakh here.