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New Honda NC750 range debuts at Eicma
Whole range updated for 2016
The 2016 NC750S
HERE'S Honda's updated NC750 range, which was shown at a press conference in Milan last night.
We knew they were coming because Honda had already released teaser images and details of the Naked NC750S and Integra maxi-cooter, while the NC750X was shown at the Tokyo motor show last month - but this is their European debut.
All three have received updates to their automatic Dual Clutch Transmission Systems (which is standard on the Integra and an option on the other two). There are now three levels of sporty ‘S’ mode to choose from, to suit different riding styles and scenarios.
Updates to the NC750S include a shorter, pentagon-shaped exhaust, which Honda says gives the bike a deeper engine note.
Other changes include two new special-edition two-tone colour options.
The adventure style NC750X has a new, more rugged look. Other updates include LED lights front and rear, a taller screen, a new Showa 'dual-bending valve' fork, and increased helmet storage space. The Integra maxi-scooter, based on the same frame and 745cc parallel-twin engine as the others, gets a new Showa fork with 'dual bending valves'.
It's got LED front and rear lighting and new 'LCD instruments with personalised colour options' according to Honda.
All three have also been made compliant with Euro4 emission limits.
They were unveiled at a press conference last night ahead of this week's Eicma show, along with a new CB500 range.
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