Conquer Malaysian Mountains with The New Honda XL750 Transalp

May 21, 2024

Selangor, 21st May 2024 – Standing tall and mighty, Boon Siew Honda introduces the Honda XL750 Transalp earlier today, build for the brave souls, thrill-seeker, and mountain conqueror.

Powered by a 755cc, parallel twin-cylinder, liquid-cooled OHC four-stroke, Unicam eight-valve engine with 270° crank, the XL750 Transalp is perfect for an extended touring trip as well as the urban cut and thrust.

Feature highlights include:

  • Unicam parallel twin-cylinder engine with Throttle By Wire (TBW) that provides four default riding modes plus User option for different riding settings.
  • Four levels of Engine Power and three of Engine Brake.
  • Smoother clutch with assist and slipper™ clutch.
  • Equipped with five level Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) with integrated Wheelie Control to solve slip ratio on off-road tracks.
  • Off-road ABS brake with dual piston calipers provides efficient stopping power.
  • Full LED lighting with automatic signal canceller and Emergency Stop Signal (ESS) indicators.
  • Stay connected and entertained using Honda Smartphone Voice Control (HSVC) technology through the Honda RoadSync app, full-color TFT display and Type C USB port.

Built to be a brilliant all-rounder, this adventure concept bike has 4 levels of Engine Power (EP) that produces 67.5kW @ 9,500rpm top power accompanied by mountains of usable torque in the low to mid rpm range, rising to a peak of 75Nm @ 7,250rpm.

This eight-valve Unicam unit has a bore and stroke set at 87 x 63.5mm, with compression ratio of 11.0:1, added with the refined settings of the Throttle By Wire (TBW) system that offers multiple riding modes that fulfill both ease of handling over short everyday distances and comfort when driving long distances on holidays and at high speeds.

Shift between SPORT, STANDARD, RAIN, GRAVEL mode to navigate journey where each mode has its own preset settings that suits each ride conditions. There is also a specific USER mode that allows the rider to fine tune their own personal settings where each mode delivers different engine performance to suit the riding conditions. It is conveniently ready to be switched on or off and managed between the left handlebar mode and TFT Screen.

Additionally, with assist/slipper™ clutch – with F.C.C Leaning Segment (FLS) discs – to reduce the operation load of the clutch lever as well as a slipper function to mitigate impacts from rapid engine braking and reduces clutch drag torque by 30%, for a lighter lever load and easier up shifts. It also manages rear wheel hop under hard braking and rapid down changes.

Complementing its engine is the 21/18-inch front rear, stainless steel, spoked wheels wear (tubed) 90/90-21 and 150/70-18 tyres; Metzeler Karoo Street or Dunlop Mixtour strengthened by 5 levels of Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), 2 levels of Anti-Locking Braking System (ABS) and 3 levels of Engine Brake (EB) with dual piston calipers.

These familiar Honda technology are diligent at identifying slip ratios and synchronizing it with the front tires, catching sudden brakes by avoiding skidding and informing others upon emergency stops all to ensure our riders’ safety is our top priority.

This powerhouse, high-tech engine is packed in an adventure style, aerodynamic build matched with a rear carrier fitted as standard in a lightweight steel diamond mainframe and an integrated heavy-duty subframe which employs high-tension steel pipework for strength and toughness.

The steel diamond-style main frame is light and integrates a sturdy rear subframe to support long-range touring loads. Its Showa 43mm SFF-CATM (Separate Function Fork-Cartridge) USD forks offer 200mm travel with spring preload adjustment, and mount by a forged aluminum bottom yoke and cast aluminum top yoke ensures steering precision, while the aluminum swingarm operates through Pro-Link for supple control, for a perfect balance of strength and rigidity in wide-ranging riding situations.

Mitsuharu Funase, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Boon Siew Honda said “Looking at the original Transalp introduced in 1986 and what we are announcing today is such a special moment for Boon Siew Honda as we can see how much we have grown. We are constantly chasing our dreams to continue producing bikes that move people to achieve their dreams synonym to our tagline How We Move You and the Power of Dreams.”

The new Transalp enlightens riders’ journey with its full LED lighting in the front and rear. Its indicators are programmed with auto signal cancellation boosts riders’ efficiency and the Emergency Stop Signal (ESS) helps warn other road users of sudden braking.

Getting on this high-performance bike with a practical seat height at 850mm, riders stay connected with Honda Smartphone Voice Control (HSVC) system through Honda RoadSync app even while slicing through greeneries or kicking up dust on rough tracks. Pair up a smartphone to the app to make phone calls, play music, send messages and more all accessible via voice command through the helmet mounted headset and visible through the full color high-visibility 5-inch TFT screen display.

The 2024 Honda XL750 Transalp is available in three new color options – Mat Iridium Gray Metallic, Ross White and Mat Ballistic Black Metallic.


Mat Iridium Gray Metallic

Ross White

Mat Ballistic Black Metallic

The available color options and price are as below: 

Color Options Price
Ross White

Mat Ballistic Black Metallic

Mat Iridium Gray Metallic


RM 56,800

The price shown is the recommended showroom price that excludes road tax, insurance, and registration

Boon Siew Honda offers two years or 20,000km manufacturing warranty (whichever comes first).


For more information, please click or visit the nearest Honda BigWing near you. Customers may also reach us via our toll-free number at 1-800-88-3993 to speak to our customer relations representative.