2021 Honda Goldwing Breaks Cover; Gets Multiple Additional Features

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Honda has recently revealed the 2021 Goldwing globally and we guess there is not even a single feature left that can be added to this premium tourer further. First launched in 2018, this is the fifth-generation Honda Goldwing with minimal updates. However, the feature list on this motorcycle keeps on expanding with every update it gets.

  • Honda has revealed the 2021 Honda Goldwing globally.
  • It gets a redesigned seat at the back, updated audio system and ample amout of storage space.
  • It will be launched in India soon and will be retailed via Honda’s Bigwing channel.

What’s new?

Update-wise, the powerful tourer comes with a redesigned seat for the pillion rider, more storage space and a revised audio system to be precise. This all-new audio system now supports Android Auto as well as Apple CarPlay and comes paired to a 45W sound system. Further, the bike manufacturer has also introduced a tourer variant that comes with 61-litres storage space for high end touring. Even the rear seat on the 2021 Honda Goldwing is now a comfotable place to be at when compared to the outgoing variant.

2021 Honda Goldwing Instrument Cluster
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Braking & Suspension

Suspension duties on the 2021 Honda Goldwing work under a double-wishbone at front. Meanwhile, at the rear, it gets a ‘Pro-Link’ suspension setup. Apart from this, Honda is offering disc brakes on both ends with dual-channel ABS for enhanced safety.

Engine

So what powers the Honda Goldwing tourer? It is a 1833cc liquid-cooled, six-cylinder engine that can produce a maximum of 125HP @ 5500 RPM. Meanwhile, it can also produce a peak torque 170Nm @ 4500 RPM. This powerful engine on the other hand comes mated to either a 6-speed MT or a 7-speed DCT gearbox. Further, it gets an electrically powered reverse gear as well.

Honda has priced the all-new Goldwing from $23,900 and it goes upto $32,600 for the top spec variant. When launched in India, it will be retailed through Honda’s Bigwing channel with a premium price tag.