The Honda CB750 Hornet has an easy-to-read 5-inch TFT color display with plenty of on-board computer information. Three riding modes are available, plus a rider mode where power mapping, traction and engine braking can be configured. The operation is simple, a directional pad is available on the left for control.
There is also hazard warning lights and full LED lighting technology on board. As usual with Honda, the turn signals are not only used for flashing, but also as position lights. When the ignition is on, the turn signals light up constantly. Very good: In the event of abrupt braking manoeuvres, the hazard warning lights are automatically activated for a short time, which warns the driver behind on the motorway.
Honda does without special gimmicks such as lean angle sensors, wheelie control and the like in the Hornet 750. There is also no keyless go or tire pressure control. However, the machine can be paired with the smartphone and a navigation system can be placed on the display. Overall, the technical equipment is well chosen: All the necessary things are included, but there is no annoying technical overkill.