From a technical point of view, there are a few positive surprises with the X-Cape that you wouldn't expect because of the price here. First and foremost is the large and easy-to-read 7-inch TFT color display, which also has a wonderfully matte surface and therefore does not reflect. In addition to all kinds of information, the selected driving mode, of which there are two, is also displayed: "Ride" and "Offroad". In off-road mode, you can park the ABS at the rear, which should please enduro riders. There is also an on-board computer and a tire pressure monitor as standard - really not bad!
Moto Morini also goes all out with the light with the X-Cape - full LED is the order of the day, both for the headlights and the turn signals and the daytime running lights. Very good: There is a separate switch for switching between this daytime running light and the low beam.
We were a bit surprised that the X-Cape has to do without traction control. That's not a big deal, but it's still strange because of the otherwise good equipment. On the other hand, the operation of the X-Cape is nice and simple, you can forget the manual, you can get along with the machine more or less immediately. By the way, Moto Morini has promised that the X-Cape will be equipped with an integrated navigation function in the display via app at a later date via an update. You can already pair your smartphone via Bluetooth, including functions for making calls and listening to music.