Available in Honda Dealerships nationally in May 2013, these new colours will enhance the already popular commuter adding to its naked styling and practical appeal.
Since its release in May 2012 the NC700SA has been receiving rave reviews from riders and critics alike with most commenting on its outstanding value for money – it has a MLP of just $8,550 – and its practicality as a commuter.
At the heart of the NC700SA is a purpose-built, liquid-cooled, 670cc engine which offers 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.
Ease of use and excellent control at all speeds are enhanced by the low seat height and accessible handlebar width. Feeling balanced and manageable, the NC700SA also ensures pillion passengers are comfortable thanks to twin grab handles for comfort and security.
Adding to the machine’s versatility, Honda’s NC700SA boasts an internal storage space large enough to hold a full-face helmet. This feature, found where the fuel tank is usually located, is not commonly found on many tradition motorcycles.
To ensure powerful braking performance in all conditions, the NC700SA comes standard with a Combined Antilock Braking System (C-ABS).
Combining the practicality of a commuter together with the distinct style of a naked motorcycle, the NC700SA will arrive in Graphite Black and Metallic Silver in May 2013.
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