Honda Pan-European ST1100 For Sale
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New Price At Launch: £11,150
Current Prices: £2,600–£1,250
Power: 100 bhp
Engine: 1,085 cc, 8,000 rpm red line, 132 mph top speed
Economy: 45 mpg
Range: 280 miles from the 28.0 litre tank
Seat Height: 795 mm
Weight: 327 kg (wet), 298 kg (dry)
Overall Score: 8 of 10
What Is It?
The Honda ST1100 Pan-European is a dedicated touring bike and is powered by a liquid cooled 1,085cc 90° V4 engine, producing 100bhp at 7,500rpm and maximum torque at 6,000rpm. The final drive is by shaft and the fuel tank is under the seat to lower the centre of gravity.
- Steel tubular frame and swingarm
- Dual 296mm discs up front with 2 piston calipers
- 296mm disc at the rear with 2 piston caliper
- 41mm fork with 150mm travel
- Adjustable rear shock with 120mm travel
- Torque reactive anti-dive control (TRAC)
- Gear driven balancer shaft
- Dual Halogen headlights
- Side frame guards
- 5 speed gearbox
ST stands for Sport Touring and unusually the V4 engine is mounted longitudinally, with the cylinder heads quite visible through the fairing. This allowed Honda to position it low down and near the front wheel for improved weight distribution.
The detachable 35 litre panniers each hold a full face helmet and a colour coded top box is also available. There are also two glove boxes in the top of the fairing, the right of which is lockable. The 3-spoke 18" front wheel takes a 110/80 tyre and the rear 17" a 160/70.
If you see a white bike it's likely to be an ex-Police ST1100P model. These were produced for a few years after the ST1300 took over on the public side and differ in a few ways. The pillion seat is replaced with a slimline storage box, there are no pillion pegs and they have an upgraded alternator to handle all the electrics like the radio and blue light.
- 1990: Red, silver
- 1991-1992: Black, red
- 1993: Blue, grey
- 1994: Red, blue
- 1995: Red, blue, purple, black
- 1996-1997: Red, black
- 1998: Red, green (new)
- 1999: Red, blue, gold 50th anniversary edition
- 2000: Red, blue
- 2001-2002: Red, blue
1992: ABS and Traction Control now standard.
1996: New larger 43mm fork, larger 316mm front discs with Nissin 3 piston calipers and a new optional Combined ABS (C-ABS) system from the 1993 CBR1000F. Front tyre changes to 120/70. The standard bike was referred to as the ST1100S with the C-ABS equipped model referred to as ST1100AS.
Did You Know?
The ST1100P Police version pops up in UK dramas like Spooks and Dr Who.
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Popularity / How Many Left
|Year||On The Road||Off The Road||Total||For Sale|
|1990||106||163||269||9 / month|
|1992||86||141||227||13 / month|
|1993||20||30||50||3 / month|
|1997||195||186||381||17 / month|
|1998||207||231||438||110 / month|
|1999||292||344||636||15 / month|
|2000||369||298||667||84 / month|
|2001||295||260||555||160 / month|
|2002||274||199||473||80 / month|
Stats include those licenced for use on the road and those off the road with a SORN, by year of production. Source: DVLA
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