Honda renews its most traveling motorcycles for 2023

if there is one motorcycle designed entirely for riding and never come back -until your vacations or money run out-, that is the Honda Goldwing in any of its versions. By 2023, the signature of the golden wing touched up some details of this touring line and we show you all its news.

In this way, all the motorcycles in the Honda Goldwing range debut new colors and receive new safety equipment, something that was expected to be incorporated sooner or later since it sounded strange to not have it already integrated.

As for the new colors, the version GL1800 DCT will be available in color Iridium Gray Metallic/Matt Morion Black Pearl with red accents on engine sumps. Meanwhile, the option that includes an airbag debuts the color Graphite Black with brown engine covers and Beta Silver Metallic/Iridium Gray Metallicalong with the Pearl White released this year that is maintained for the next season.

And what about the security element? Well this is the new Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) displayed on the 7” TFT screen. It displays the exact pressure in real time as a numerical data in the lower left area of ​​the instrument panel and will illuminate with a clear and bright warning light if the pressure drops below optimum.

All these versions will continue to integrate the same 4-stroke engine 6 cylinders and 1,833cc, equipped with liquid cooling, electronic fuel injection and SOHC 24 valves, able to deliver 124 hp at 5,500 rpm and 170Nm at 4,500 rpm.

On the other hand, they include front suspension type aluminum double wishbones with 110mm of travel Y rear shock with electronic preload adjustment actuated by Pro-Link links, associated with the aluminum swingarm, with 105mm of travel. For the wheels, 18 inches and 130/70 forward with 16″ and 200/55 behind.

As for the brake equipment, everything is also kept intact: dual 320mm hydraulic disc with 6-piston caliper, with floating discs and sintered metal pads front and 316mm ventilated disc with 3-piston caliper and same pads on the rear wheel.

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