Honda has revealed finance packages to help true adventurers realise CRF1100L Africa Twin ownership with bite-size monthly payments, which can be taken advantage of on all variants of the flagship model, from the CRF1100L Africa Twin right up to range-topping, DCT-equipped, Adventure Sports with Electronic Suspension and ‘Plus’ edition which adds a full range of Genuine Honda Accessories, including a choice of all-new Aluminium or Plastic Luggage boasting a combined storage capability (Top Box + Panniers) of 112L or 128L respectively.
A combination of a larger deposit and reduced interest rates on financed purchases of a CRF1100L, results in monthly instalments more common to 125cc motorcycle rather than a full-blooded adventurer.
The new finance packages provide aspiring tourers and adventurers a route to ownership of an Africa Twin, afforded by a deposit, with a contribution of up to £1,000 pounds on selected models, followed by 11 monthly instalments and a final payment. For example, a buyer of a CRF1100L Africa Twin would place a deposit of £5,524.50, with a £1,000 deposit contribution, before making 11 (monthly) payments of £27.67. After the year term has elapsed, the final payment is £6,524.50.
Similar financial mechanics apply across the full Africa Twin line-up so you can ride a DCT Adventure Sports with Electronic Suspension ‘Plus’ Edition away from a Honda dealership for £42.73 per month. This top of the range model has electronically adjustable suspension at the flick of a switch, a myriad of rider modes and a comprehensive infotainment system, boasting Apple CarPlay.
Reincarnated in 2015 the “new era” Africa Twin was overhauled in 2020. Lighter, more powerful and shot through with technology, the icon can take on any adventure in one of its various forms to tackle rugged off-road terrain or endlessly tour in total comfort.
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