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Honda Deauville 700



Historically- all-terrain in nature- the new Transalp 700 is more and can be ridden on the road while its rough and tumble allure. The are numerous- both aesthetically and and it makes you want to know

Esthetique: Rounder

The biggest is in the design. Gone are the squared and classic rally-raid features of its the silhouette is elongated and rounder- can really be seen with the light. The seat is lower and comfortable- privileging the road qualities of this Honda- is accentuated by a sorter wheel of 177mm compared to the 220 of its predecessor.

The 41 mm hydraulic fork is not adjustable but is an easy to adjust single at the rear of the Transalp. The front has gone from 21 to 19 inches and the ABS system comes standard.

Easy to ride and plenty of

There is also something new can not necessarily be seen. In ode to fall in with Euro 3 standards- he fed twin-cylinder of the past has been by the 680cc V-twin that powers the Deauville model- burns cleaner and gets fuel consumption- which is because the tank holds less than the previous

Honda Deauville 700

On the road: Sane and reassuring

the Transalp couldn-t be any easier. The centre of gravity favours on the road and will be welcomes open arms by smaller riders. The 219 kilograms pose no whatsoever and can bob and weave through and sits higher than automobile rear view and has an incredible turning radius. speed picks ups- the isn-t a world beater but the is pleasant and at 2500 rpm it has a respectable of torque.

The big differences were found in the The 700 Transalp is a lot more solid and thanks in great part to the rear tyre. The only comes from the non-adjustable which is far too soft- on the other the ABS system isn-t that but does its job perfectly in case of an brake situation.

Obviously- it wouldn-t be real a ride without a go in the dirt. The has forfeited some of its all-terrain for road handling sake but you can have a good day out- make sure the weather is on side before heading these tyres do not like nor do in the mud. The third generation 700 is a clear departure from the two versions. More stylish and of a road bike- but it is still as and versatile as its predecessors.

We can-t not- however- say the Transalp is a fun bike- but it does get the job in wide open spaces as it in town. At less than euros- this Honda has a long and bright future.

Honda Deauville 700
Honda Deauville 700

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