The 2021 Honda Rebel 1100 is officially launched last year, and it is just the epitome of manliness!
Rebel 1100 is equipped with classic retro round headlamps with 4 LED projectors. The small round turn signal also has a classic look, but the oval LED stop lamp is modern.
The seat can be assembled, where under the main seat, there is a 3-liter trunk and an internal USB-C port. The Rebel 1100 digital instrument uses a large LCD which is entirely complete with its pointer features.
Honda jammed many features on the 2021 Rebel 1100, such as Traction Control, Wheelie Control, and an electronic throttle system. The Rebel 1100 has three driving modes to choose from, including Standard, Rain, Sport. And the ride can also add a setting mode that can be adjusted manually and according to their taste.
The Rebel 1100 brake system includes four-piston radial monococcal brake calipers and one 330mm disc at the front. At the back, there is a single-piston brake caliper with 256mm discs. Both brakes have integrated two-channel ABS.
The 43mm telescopic front fork is coated with Titan Dark Navy oxide coating, with preload adjustment. At the same time, the rear suspension uses a double shock absorber with an oil tank.
To power the motorbike, Rebel 1100 is getting its support from the same 1,084cc two-cylinder Rebel 1100 engine that is also pushing the CRF1100L Africa Twin engine. But there are internal adjustments to suit the driving style of a cruiser motor.
The engine block produces a maximum power of 85 hp at 7,000 rpm and a maximum torque of 98 Nm at 4,750 rpm.
Price and Availability
The 2021 Honda Rebel 1100 was first introduced at the end of November 2020, but the official price of this motorbike has not been stated then. Recently the Rebel 1100 was officially introduced in the Japanese market with prices starting at 1,100,000 yen.
The Honda Rebel 1100 has two main variants, the standard Rebel 1100 costs 1,100,000 yen, while the Rebel 1100 DTC (dual-clutch gearbox) is priced at 1,210,000 yen.