Honda Africa Twin Shootout: DCT Vs. Manual Transmission – Twin on Twin action to determine the preferred gearbox

Honda currently offers two versions of the Africa Twin, one with a standard six-speed manual transmission and clutch, and the other with an innovative Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) that offers two auto-shift riding modes as well as a manual-shift mode. The DCT version retails for $13,999, or $700 more than the $13,299 standard Africa Twin.

So which Africa Twin is better: the DCT or the manual?

The DCT is not new. The concept has been incorporated into select Honda streetbike models for the past several years, first debuting on the 2010 VFR1200, but the Africa Twin marks the first time that the DCT’s mettle has been tested in a motorcycle built for use off-road as well as on the street. We’re sure it won’t be the last.

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