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NC700X / Overview 2012 NC700X: New Concept – Fun Crossover

The NC700X crossover offers the long-travel suspension, agility and commanding riding position of an off-road bike in an overall package with high standards of stability, braking and engine performance. It promises a fun, engaging riding experience together with the practicality and ease of use that make it a machine eminently suitable for daily commuting.

At the heart of the NC700X is a purpose-built engine and transmission package. The liquid-cooled, in-line 2-cylinder 670ccengine is a lightweight and compact unit with a low centre of gravity. It offers a very usable power delivery with strong levels of torque at low to medium rpm combined with low exhaust gas emissions and outstanding fuel economy (78.8mpg WMTC mode. Tested in D-Mode). On the NC700X there is the option to enjoy this new engine with the second generation of Honda’s innovative Dual Clutch Transmission, offering both manual gear shifting and fully automatic functionality – a suitably advanced and versatile core for an innovative new motorcycle.

The NC700X has been designed with a secure internal storage space large enough to accommodate a full-face helmet, located where you would typically find the fuel tanks. It is also offered with Honda’s Combined Anti-Lock Braking System (C-ABS) as an option. It offers the practicality of a commuter with easy handling in a crossover styling.

Specification ENGINE

Type Liquid-cooled 4-stroke 8-valve, SOHC parallel 2-cylinder

Displacement 670cc

Bore x Stroke 73 x 80mm

Compression Ratio 10.7 : 1

Max. Power Output 38.1kW/6,250min-1 (95/1/EC), 35kW/6,250min-1 (95/1/EC)

Max. Torque 62Nm/4.750min-1 (60Nm/4,750min-1 - 95/1/EC)

FUEL SYSTEM

Carburation PGM-FI electronic fuel injection

Throttle Bore 36 mm

Air-cleaner 5.8 Litres

Fuel Tank Capacity 14.1 litres

Fuel Consumption MT 27.7 km/l (78.2mpg),

(WMTC of 35kW machine) DCT 27.9 km/l (78.8mpg)

Fuel Consumption MT 27.9 km/l (78.8mpg)

(WMTC of 38.1kW machine) DCT 27.9 km/l (78.8mpg)

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Ignition System Computer-controlled digital transistorised with electronic advance

Ignition Timing 12° BTDC (idle) ~ 20° BTDC (6,600min-1)

Sparkplug Type IFR6G-11K

Starter Electric

Battery Capacity 12V-11AH

Headlights 12V; 60W x 1 (High) / 55W x 1 (Low)

DRIVETRAIN

Clutch Wet, multiplate

* Wet multiplate, hydraulic 2-clutch

Clutch Operation Manual

* D mode/S mode/Manual mode

Transmission Type 6-speed

Primary Reduction 1.731 DCT 1.921

Gear Ratios 1 2.812 DCT 2.666

2 1.894 DCT 1.904

3 1.454 DCT 1.454

4 1.200 DCT 1.200

5 1.033 DCT 1.033

6 0.837 DCT 0.837

Final Reduction 2.687 DCT 2.437

Final Drive Chain

FRAME

Type Diamond; steel pipe

CHASSIS

Dimensions (LxWxH) 2210mm x 830mm x 1285mm

Wheelbase 1540mm

Caster Angle 27°

Trail 110mm

Turning Radius 3.0m

Seat Height 830mm

Ground Clearance 165mm

Kerb Weight 218kg (F: 104kg; R: 114kg)

Max Carrying Capacity 209kg

SUSPENSION

Type Front: 41mm telescopic fork, 153.5mm travel

Rear: Monoshock damper, Pro-Link swingarm, 150mm travel

WHEELS

Type Front: multi-spoke cast aluminium

Rear: multi-spoke cast aluminium

Rim Size Front: 17M/C x MT3.50

Rear: 17M/C XMT 4.50

Tyre Size Front: 120/70-ZR17M/C(58W)

Rear: 160/60-ZR17M/C(69W)

Tyre Pressure Front: 250KPa (or 36.26 psi)

Rear: 290KPa (or 42 psi)

BRAKES

Type Front: 320mm single wavy hydraulic disc with 2-piston (* 3-piston) caliper and sintered metal pads

Rear: 240 single wavy hydraulic disc with single-piston caliper and sintered metal pads

*DCT version

All specifications are provisional and subject to change without notice.

# Please note that the figures provided are results obtained by Honda under standardised testing conditions prescribed by WMTC. Tests are conducted on a rolling road using a standard version of the vehicle with only one rider and no additional optional equipment. Actual fuel consumption may 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.

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chickenflaps

I think the ABS is standard, although this posting says it's an option - not sure who's right now!

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Mi_ka

Depends on the country and what the importer policy is.

They even mix the reported hp numbers between countries.

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Guest turbodieseli4i6

I think the ABS is standard, although this posting says it's an option - not sure who's right now!

Its not an option in the states. DCT has it and the six speed standard doesn't

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McDragon

Isn't it obligatory in the EU on this engine size? I think I read that the 125cc don't have to have it.

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Rocker66
5 hours ago, McDragon said:

Isn't it obligatory in the EU on this engine size? I think I read that the 125cc don't have to have it.

The 125 monkey bike has it.

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Tex

The rules have changed in the 6.5 years since this thread was started! ;) 

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