Inspiring confidence and power, the Honda CB1100 EX is a classy roadster that pays tribute to the company’s first four-cylinder models.
Built for those who want a reliable partner for both short and long journeys, the 2014 Honda CB1100 EX features new lines and details which further enhance its imposing presence.
Among the modifications made for the latest model, you’ll find a redesigned, larger capacity fuel tank, a new seat, fresh side panels and a passenger grab handle, but also a raised headlight position.
The bike rides on wire-spoke wheels which draw inspiration from the past and are wrapped in 110/80-18 front and 140/70-18 rear tires.
At the heart of the Honda CB1100EX sits an 1140cc, inline four-cylinder, air and oil cooled DOHC engine which generates 66kW at 7,500 rpm and 91Nm of torque at 5,000 rpm.
The bike can be yours for no less than €12.278.
Hit the jump for more information on the Honda CB1100EX.
The CB1100, brought to Europe in 2013, met a growing demand for a modern Honda motorcycle that paid homage to the companys legendary four-cylinder past. With its classic and evocative lines, handsome aircooled engine and the quality and attention to detail that inspires devotion and real pride of ownership, it was an immediate success. And for 2014, Honda has listened to just what owners love about their CBs, and also what they would like to improve.
The CB1100EXs new lines and details further builds on elements drawn from those seminal motorcycles.
The bike’s redesigned, larger capacity fuel tank, seat, side panels, passenger grab handle and raised headlight position all came out of time spent with bikes from Honda’s more recent four-cylinder history,while wire-spoke wheels are an effective and stylish reference even further back in time. The 4-2-1 exhaust of the CB1100 has been replaced by a double-skinned 4-2-2 system. A steel double cradle frame houses the CB1100EXs 1,140cc inline four-cylinder engine, with 41mm conventional telescopic forks and twin rear shocks providing compliant and finely tuned suspension. The riding position is unchanged: upright and relaxed.
For 2014 perhaps the most important addition is a six-speed gearbox, making for more relaxed cruising. New instrumentation within the evocative twin circular analogue dials includes a gear position indicator as well as back-calculating trip computer. Revised indicators round out the updates.
|Engine Type||Inline four-cylinder, air and oil cooled DOHC|
|Bore x Stroke||73.5 x 67.2mm|
|Max. Power Output||66kW/7,500rpm (95/1/EC)|
|Max. Torque||91Nm/5,000rpm (95/1/EC)|
|Battery Capacity||YTZ14S WET 12V-11.2Ah|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||17.5 litres|
|Fuel Consumption||50.5mpg (WMTC)|
|Carburation||PGM-FI electronic fuel injection|
|Oil Capacity||4.9 litres|
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||2,195 x 835 x 1,130mm|
|Frame type||Double steel cradle|
|Suspension Front||Front: 41mm conventional fork with adjustable spring preload|
|Wheels Rear||Wire spoke|
|Wheels Front||Wire spoke|
|ABS System Type||Two channel ABS|
|Suspension Rear||Rear: twin shocks, with adjustable spring preload|
|Rim Size Rear||18M/CxMT4.00|
|Rim Size Front||18M/CxMT2.50|