The Honda Africa Twin is one of the most capable adventure motorcycles in the market today. The latest iteration of the Africa Twin comes with an impressive slew of features which are geared towards improving the bike’s performance both on and off-road. Current owners of this capable adventurer will be delighted to know that Honda has released an update to the bike which they can avail of in Honda big bike dealerships.
That said, Honda has gone ahead and made the 2021 Honda Africa Twin and Africa Twin Adventure Sports even better by rolling out an update on existing bikes as well as those about to be sold. Android Auto can now be installed by Honda Dealerships on the Africa Twin and Africa Twin Adventure Sports. This enables riders who use Android Smartphones to be able to stay connected while riding the motorcycle.
Similar to that found on automobiles, Android Auto features a clear visual display which makes use of the Africa Twin’s LCD display, and will feature easy to use voice commands, provided of course, your phone is connected to an intercom system installed on your helmet. Additional convenience is unlocked by way of the Android Auto extension such as Google Maps, music, media, and messages. Of course, safety should always be top priority when riding your motorcycle, so be sure to take caution when toggling the Android Auto functionality on your motorcycle.
The Honda Africa Twin comes equipped with a 1,084cc parallel twin engine that pumps out a healthy 100.5 hp. Equipped with dual overhead cams, fuel injection, and liquid cooling, the engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission available in either manual or DCT trim. The Honda Africa Twin comes with a sticker price of P860,000 for the base model, while the Africa Twin Adventure Sports starts at P916,000.