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CFMOTO Introduce Flagship 800MT Explore

CFMOTO have built on the success of the 2022 model launch of their 800MT adventure bike, by expanding the range with a fourth model variant, the range topping 800MT Explore. The 800MT Explore is now available in dealerships and priced from $16,490 ride away.

An evolution of the existing Touring model, the new 800MT Explore features a compilation of technical updates set to maximise long-distance comfort whilst taking the overall ownership experience to new heights, thanks to the introduction of an advanced traction control system, rear radar technology, an 8-inch Multi-Media Interface (MMI) display, several new ride modes, switchable ABS front and rear, and new Michelin tyres

A new 8-inch Multi-Media Interface (MMI) display adorns the rider cockpit, featuring Apple CarPlayand Android Auto systems. Moreover, the new touchscreen display supports multimedia interaction, Bluetooth connectivity, voice control and provides navigation directions.

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800MT Explore riders can choose between six different Ride Modes, each offering a unique combination of torque output and traction control (TC) intervention to suit varying road conditions, abilities, and preferred riding styles. Those riding modes include Sport, Off Road, Off Road+, All Terrain, All Terrain+ and Rain.

The 800MT Explore is also the first CFMOTO motorcycle to feature rearward-facing radar technology with the Behind Radar System (BRS) introduction, encompassing several monitoring and warning functions.

Blind Spot Detection (BSD) monitors the blind areas within the rider’s field of vision and provides a warning signal when another vehicle is identified in the blind area.

Lane Change Assist (LCA) monitors other road users from both sides and the motorcycle’s rear at a broader range than BSB. A warning signal appears when changing lanes presents a risk to the rider.

When triggered, a first-level warning is communicated via the sides of the MMI screen flashing yellow. If the rider indicates to turn (indicator on) when a vehicle is detected, the rider is notified by flashing red alerts on both sides and the bottom of the MMI screen.

Rear Collision Warning (RCW) monitors the distance between the nearest vehicle behind the motorcycle and provides a warning signal in the event of a potential collision.
Similarly, the MMI will flash yellow when a vehicle is detected in close proximity from behind, changing to red when extremely close.

CFMOTO’s advanced T-Box system enables smartphone connection via Bluetooth and the smartphone application. Through the CFMOTO RIDE App, the rider can access an array of features, including navigation; track lap times, ride history and statistics; remote vehicle status, including a fuel indicator; the ability to conduct over-the-air software updates; new security features, including movement sensors, vehicle location and even set up a virtual electric fence to alert you of vehicle movement or theft.

When on the move, the heated seat and heated grips each offer three levels of warmth and are easily adjustable on the fly. Cruise control assists with reducing rider fatigue, improves touring comfort and is also easily set and adjusted via buttons on the left switchblock. Convenient USB ports and a 12v socket are included for charging devices, including smartphones.

There’s a choice between two new contemporary liveries – Gem Black or Starry  and is backed by CFMOTO’s 3-year warranty.

For further information or to arrange a test ride, contact your local CFMOTO dealer.

2023 CFMOTO 800MT Explore
2023 CFMOTO 800MT Explore
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