Traverse into the unknown and explore to your heart's content with the 2017 NC750X. Considered one of the top motorcycles throughout Europe, it comes in a compact, robust design and has gained a number of fresh performance features, allowing riders to travel in both comfort and style, whether heading out towards an adventure or encountering city traffic. Armed with the original twin-cylinder engine that only sips on fuel whilst delivering ultimate power at maximum efficiency, the new 2017 Honda NC750X adventure bike now also boasts an updated multi-functional LCD, sharper styling - thanks to the sleek LED headlights and revamped angular fairing, along with the upgraded suspension and refined DCT. Functional and practical but with smooth power delivery, the Honda NC750X has everything you need to tackle the terrain confidently on your next adventure.
Since its introduction in 2012* the NC750X has enjoyed consistent popularity throughout Europe, making it a permanent fixture in the ranks of Europe’s top ten bestselling motorcycles.
Reasons for its success are several: its ground-breaking, torque-laden twin-cylinder engine, which sips fuel while punching the bike forward in the low-to-mid rpm ranges, the relaxed, roomy riding position, wide handlebars and comfortable seat and riding position, the compliant, long-travel suspension and distinctive adventure styling all play their part.
The storage compartment (where the fuel tank would normally be) capable of holding a full-face helmet and Honda’s unique DCT (Dual Clutch Transmission) that over a third of customers choose are further features that set the NC750X apart.
As a total package, the NC750X’s qualities combine to create a motorcycle which functions superbly. For all types of riding - commuting, touring and simply riding for pleasure - it is a motorcycle with compelling all-round appeal. In 2016, both form and function were enhanced further, building on the NC750X’s innovative DNA and making it feel – and work – even better again.
The 2016 evolution of the NC750X updated the styling, giving the bike a more adventure-oriented edge while improving comfort for rider and pillion.
A larger windscreen gave greater wind protection and more room was created in the storage compartment, which also had a utility rail built onto its lid. The LED headlight and taillight added class and new instruments were also added – with variable colour display – which can be personalised and present a premium image to the rider.
DCT was matured even further, with software upgrades for a more natural ‘feathered’ clutch feel around an on/off throttle. For even sportier riding, the 2016 model featured 3 levels of S mode for gear changes in AT mode, and raised rpm upper limit for downshifts in MT mode. Further software upgrades also improved DCT’s performance in a variety of situations.
A spring preload adjustment system was added to the rear shock absorber while new Showa Dual Bending Valves (SDBV) front forks were fitted up front. A new exhaust muffler saved weight as well as generating a pleasing exhaust ‘pulse’ and the manual six-speed gearbox option was given a lighter clutch.