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2020 Honda Africa Twins price revealed

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2020 Honda Africa Twins price revealed
Lighter, more powerful and with more features than ever before, the Honda 2020 Africa Twins are ready to take you on even bigger adventures!

Happy to carry you even farther and offer the Honda quality, ruggedness and dependability you need when you are miles from home.

Honda have taken what they think is the world‰Ûªs best adventure bike and made it even better, adding a whole suite of features including cruise control and a large touch-panel multi-information display that‰Ûªs Apple CarPlay‰ã¢ compatible.
2020 Honda Africa Twins price revealed
The standard Africa Twin is a great choice for serious off-road enthusiasts being slimmer and if you‰Ûªre into a little long-distance adventure touring, the Africa Twin Adventure Sports and ES models are loaded with even more features, like electronically controlled suspension, an adjustable windscreen, larger fuel tank, heated grips, tubeless tires, and more.

So how much for these beauties? With 4 variants available - The Standard 2020 Africa Twin in either Grand Prix Red or Matte Ballistic Black Metallic will be available for an MLP of $19,999.
2020 Honda Africa Twins price revealed
The Africa Twin Adventure Sports MT variant will be $23,499 MLP and the DCT an MLP of $24,499. The Africa Twin Adventure Sports ES (Electronic Suspension) will be available for an MLP of $26,499. All three of the Adventure Sports models are available in Pearl Glare White (Tri Colour.)

For more information on the 2020 Africa Twin models including full specs or to book a test ride, visit https://motorcycles.honda.com.au/Adventure_Touring
2020 Honda Africa Twins price revealed

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