The U.S version of the 2021 Honda NC750X is arriving with a large number of upgrades. First of all, the new bike should look more stylish, and it will feature a shorter suspension compared to the last year. The street performance bike will also provide more comfort, and according to Honda, it now has a seat height that accommodates 31.5 inches, which is 1.2 inches lower than the last year.
Like the European version, the United States model will use the same parallel-twin 745cc engine producing maximum power of 58 horsepower @ 6750 rpm. Also, Dual Clutch Transmission that provides smooth shifting, is the standard, on both of them.
2021 Honda NC750X Styling
The styling of the 2021 Honda NC750X will be the same as on the European version. This model looks refreshed compared to the outgoing model, and it uses a shorter suspension. According to Honda, Fork travel is shortened by 0.7 inches, and rear suspension travel is down 1.2 inches. Besides, the seat height is 31.5 inches, which is 1.2 inches lower than we saw in the last year’s bike. The weight of this bike is also down by 13 pounds.
Perhaps the most noticeable thing is the new full-color LCD that can display every important information about the bike’s status. On top of that, for the first time, the Honda NC750X comes with a standard USB port allowing smartphone charging.
2021 Honda NC750X Engine Specs
As mentioned, both European and United States versions will use the same powertrain for 2021. That means we should see a parallel-twin 745cc engine that is one of the best in the segment.
This engine is capable of producing maximum power of 58 horsepower @ 6750 rpm. It is also available with a 6-speed (DCT: Fully automatic 6-speed). According to some early testings, the estimated fuel consumption of this model is 67 mpg.
Release Date and Price
The new 2021 Honda NC750X has to offer more than the outgoing bike. This motorcycle has all that you need for daily use. It offers excellent design, headling, and, most importantly, a powerful engine.
Honda recently revealed that this model would be introduced soon after the European version, which’s arriving later this year. The price of this model starts at $8,099, plus a $380 destination charge.