Another great model comes from Honda. Model 2013 comes with a few changes and innovations. What’s changed for 2013? Here’s the answer: LCD instrument panel, low-profile windscreen, 41mm Fork Disc Brakes Available with Combined ABS, Cast Aluminum 17-inch wheels, Large Integrated Storage Compartment, Electronic Fuel Injection, Diamond-Shape Steel Frame, 670cc Parallel-Twin Engine, Optional Automatic Dual-Clutch Transmission (DCT), HMAS Pro-Link Rear Suspension, Under seat 3.7 Gallon Fuel Tank. For details on the model and of its innovations, see text.
Price is $7,499
|670cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin|
Bore And Stroke
|73mm x 80mm|
|PGM-FI, 36mm throttle body|
|Digital transistorized with electronic advance|
|SOHC; four valves per cylinder|
CHASSIS / SUSPENSION / BRAKES:
|41mm fork, 5.4 inches travel|
|Pro-Link® single shock; 5.9 inches travel|
|Single 320mm disc with two-piston caliper|
|Single 240mm disc with single-piston caliper|
|110.0mm (4.3 inches)|
|472 pounds. Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and full tank of fuel—ready to ride|
Miles Per Gallon
|64 MPG – Honda’s fuel economy estimates are based on EPA exhaust emission measurement test procedures and are intended for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you ride, how you maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tire pressure, installation of accessories, cargo, rider and passenger weight, and other factors.|
|Meets current EPA standards. Models sold in California meet current CARB standards and may differ slightly due to emissions equipment.|
|Light Silver Metallic, Red|
What’s changed for 2013?
LCD Instrument Panel:
Full digital LCD instrumentation includes digital speedometer, digital bar-type tachometer, clock, low-fuel gauge, and two tripmeters. The meter is light, compact, and easy to read, too.
The NC700X offers just the right amount of bodywork, enough to offer good wind protection but not so much that the bike gets heavy or wide.
With six inches of travel, the NC700X 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.
Disc Brakes with Available Combined ABS:
Single front- and rear disc brakes give the NC700X great stopping power. The brakes are linked rear-to-front and incorporate an Anti-lock feature (C-ABS) for excellent stopping power, especially under challenging conditions.
Cast Aluminum 17-inch Wheels:
The 17-inch wheels give you a wide choice of premium tires to choose from, and really help the NC700X offer responsive handling in turns. The cast wheels are light and strong too.
Large Integrated Storage Compartment:
The NC700X offers a 21-liter utility compartment, big enough to hold most full-face helmets. Safe, secure, and convenient, you’ll use it every time you ride.
Electronic Fuel Injection:
Carbureted engines can be fussy when it comes to feeding them fuel. Not the NC700X. Electronic Fuel Injection means easy startups on cold mornings and flawless running even at high elevations.
Diamond-Shape Steel Frame:
Light, strong and with just the right amount of stiffness, the NC700X’s rigid and compact chassis is the foundation for precise handling.
670cc Parallel-Twin Engine:
With its cylinders tipped 62 degrees forward for better weight distribution, the NC700X’s engine is a big step forward in modern powerplant design. The two-cylinder format produces tons of low- and mid-range torque, and the 270-degree-phase crank and uniaxial primary balancer make it smooth, too.
Optional Automatic Dual-Clutch Transmission (DCT):
Shift with the push of a handlebar-mounted button, or select the NC700X’s automatic mode and the bike will shift itself. DCT has been a huge hit on our other models, and once you ride an NC700X with DCT, you’ll see why.
Pro-Link HMAS Rear Suspension:
Offering 5.9 inches of rear-wheel travel and teamed with a Honda Multi-Action System (HMAS) rear shock, the NC700X eats up the gnarliest pavement while giving you a smooth ride.
Underseat 3.7 Gallon Fuel Tank:
Underseat 3.7-gallon fuel tank centralizes mass and enhances overall handling. Locating the fuel filler underneath the passenger seat allows for innovative centralized storage.
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