Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin UK price, with finance options

Motorcycle Live kicked off in style yesterday with some awesome reveals, such as the offcial Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin UK price details, its specs and also those finance options for those that cannot pay for the motorbike outright.

There is no denying that the CRF1000L Africa Twin has been an eagerly awaited model, so finally nice to see its availability in the UK. There are two variants on offer here, and those are the PCP, CRF1000L ABS and PCP CRF1000L DCT.

The Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin ABS model price is £10,499, which is a switchable system on the rear wheel. The DCT, or Dual Clutch Transmission variant will cost £11,299, and so gives the rider even greater stability and handling.

Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin UK options

However, both models do come with Honda’s Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) system, allowing the rider to select the level of ABS and rear wheel intervention, as we know every rider likes to experience a different feel from a bike.

Full details of both these variants can be found on the Honda UK website, but first you should know those Honda CRF1000L Africa Twinfinance options. The PCP, CRF1000L ABS OTR price is £10,499, but you could leave a £2,154.86 deposit and then pay 36 payments of £115 and a final payment of £5,414.05.

Then there is the PCP CRF1000L DCT, which has an on-the-road price of £11,299. You could have it on finance if you put £2,272.86 down, 36 monthly payments of £125 and a final payment of £5,833.

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