Good news from Honda South Africa

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With Spring just around the corner, it is time to get out the camping gear and maps for that next big adventure.

On a recent visit to Honda South Africa, we chatted to Riaan Fourie (Head of Motorcycles) to see what interesting offerings are coming out of the Honda stable as Spring is quickly approaching – this is what we found out.

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For prospective Honda Africa Twin owners, the news gets even better. Honda South Africa have consulted with their extensive dealer network and clients to make Africa Twin ownership even more pleasant and easier on the pocket.

As all Adventure Riders know, when purchasing a new adventure bike, there is always the extra expense of fitting accessories to make your steed more robust and adventure-ready. 

Well, the clients have spoken, and Honda has listened.

Accessories to the value of R 10 000 will be fitted to both manual and DCT versions of the Africa Twin.  Further good news, is that even the very popular Adventure Sport model will qualify for accessories. In this case, to the value of R 5 000. Combined with the already competitive recommended retail pricing on all versions of the Africa Twin, this is something every prospective buyer should seriously consider.

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In summary, this means the following:

Africa Twin Manual: R 185 000*
Africa Twin DCT: R 197 499*

*Includes accessories to the value of R 10 000

Bash Plate
Full Crash Bars
Wide Footpegs
Side Stand Extender

Adventure Sport: R 205 000*

*Includes accessories to the value of R 5 000

Main Stand kit
Radiator Guards
Side Stand Extender

Photo credit: Bjorn Moreira / ZA Bikers

So get down to your local Honda dealer and see for yourself! Your dreams of owning a Honda Africa Twin are one big step closer to becoming a reality. 

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I have been called adventurer, traveller, coach, dreamer and hopeful romantic among many other things. I live a life of total bliss, closely centered around the world of motorcycling. Owner of motorcycles from the age of 16, I have never been without one since. Having tried my hand at racing in many disciplines, I have mellowed down into a life of exploration and chasing sunsets. My love for people and motorcycles have taken me on journeys that truly feed the soul.