Honda Naked NC700SA

Honda NC700SA

Honda NC700SA
Honda’s all-new NC700SA has arrived, combining the practicality of a commuter together with the thrilling handling and distinct style of a naked motorcycle, will retail competitively for $8,490 (MLP).

The NC700SA is the product of a simple requirement; to deliver a motorcycle that encourages the fun of two-wheeled mobility while offering intuitive handling and versatility for all types of riding.

Powered by an all-new, purpose-built, liquid-cooled, 670cc engine, the NC700SA promises usable power delivery with excellent torque at low to medium engine rpm. While being lightweight and compact and with a low centre of gravity, the engine also combines low exhaust gas emissions and a truly outstanding level of fuel efficiency.

Light in weight, pure and swift in its handling responses, the NC700SA is fun and easy to handle thanks to the combination of the steel diamond frame, cast aluminium 17″ wheels, and geometry setup.

The NC700SA uses a riding position similar to that of traditional naked motorcycles, which is ideal for almost every kind of environment. Key to the machine’s ease of use is its low seat position and the accessible width of the handlebars which combine to offer excellent control at low and high speeds.

Feeling balanced and manageable the NC700SA also ensures pillion passengers are comfortable, with twin grab handles for comfort and security.

Adding to the motorcycles versatility, Honda’s new release features an internal storage space large enough to hold a full-face helmet, this is unusual for a traditional motorcycle.

To ensure powerful braking performance, the NC700SA comes standard with a Combined Antilock Braking System (C-ABS).

The NC700SA fuses striking, futuristic design with a true naked look, with minimal styling to emphasise its urban usability.

Due for arrival later this month, the NC700SA will be available in Australia in two sleek colour options, Magna Red and Pearl Sunbeam White.

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