The evolution of the Honda NC750X updates the styling, giving the bike a more adventure-oriented edge while improving comfort for rider and pillion.
The NC750X offers a 22-litre utility compartment this year—that’s big enough to hold most full-face helmets and then some. Safe, secure and convenient, you’ll use it every time you ride.
The design of the NC750X’s liquid-cooled, SOHC 8-valve parallel twin-cylinder engine ensures punchy performance in the low-to-mid range. Its relatively long-stroke architecture and specially shaped combustion chambers combine with the high-inertial mass crankshaft to produce large amounts of effortless torque from very low rpm
PGM-FI always injects the exact fuel/air ratio required for a complete and clean burn at all rpm in any riding situation. Electronic Fuel Injection means easy start-ups on cold mornings and flawless running even at high elevations
A new lightweight pentagon-shaped muffler is smaller than the previous design and uses two chambers joined by a hole-punched link pipe, which works with a final resonator chamber to create a deeper, more distinctive sound and exhaust pulse
SUSPENSION & CHASSIS
The riding position is upright and neutral, with a higher viewpoint for enhanced hazard perception. Another advantage of this adventure-style riding position is great low-speed control – combined with the low centre of gravity and generous steering lock the result is exceptional low-speed handling and balance
The NC750X’s rugged steel diamond frame delivers the high levels of rigidity required for agile, responsive handling in a variety of conditions. It’s also ideal where space is at a premium, since it takes up very little volume but offers superb riding dynamics
41mm telescopic forks with 153.5 mm of travel the Honda NC750X strikes a perfect balance between a long-distance and a short-hop street machine. This gives it a wide range of capability, good handling and helps inspire confidence.
Full digital LCD instrumentation includes digital speedometer, digital bar-type tachometer, clock, low-fuel gauge and two trip meters. Plus, for 2016, the tach bar graph changes colour according to fuel consumption and RPM.