Honda NC750X 2021 Review, Improvements


The upcoming Honda NC750X 2021 is almost ready to conquer twisty roads and open highways. Powered by a mighty 745cc engine, the new model delivers low-end torque for canyon carving and urban commuting.

For more fun, the manufacturer used an Automatic Dual-Clutch Transmission (DCT) and added Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC). However, we heard a lot of rumors, and one of them is that this model might be replaced with a larger 850cc model in the near future.

Honda NC750X 2021 front

Honda NC750X 2021 Specs

If one needs a stylish and powerful motorcycle, the upcoming Honda NC750X 2021 is a great option to consider. Besides great styling, this model is very stable on the road, even at a higher speed. It comes with a 41mm fork and 5.4 inches of travel. Generally, thanks to that, you’ll get a perfect balance between a long-distance and a short-hop street machine.

Basically, this is resulting in a better handling. New Honda NC750X also comes with a full digital LCD instrumentation. It includes a digital speedometer, digital bar-type tachometer, tach bar graph changes color according to fuel consumption, clock, low-fuel gauge, and more. The 22-liter storage can be found alonside tank, and it has enough room to keep your helmet safe.

Honda NC750X 2021

Honda NC750X 2021 Engine

As we say, the new Honda NC750X 2021 is powered by a mighty 745cc engine. Alongside that, it comes with a new automatic dual-clutch transmission (dct). One can easly shift gears with the push of a button or select the automatic mode, and the bike will shift all by self.

Basically, according to Honda, the new automatic DCT offers three riding modes. Depending on your style of ride, you can choose the performance you want. Under the seat, one can found a large 3.7-gallon fuel tank that is enough for a long ride. Also, the tank centralizes mass and enhances overall handling.

Honda NC750X 2021 side

Release Date and Price

The new Honda NC750X 2021 should be available to purchase sometime next year. This motorcycle offers great design and performance, thanks to a powerful 745cc engine.

As for the price, we heard that the new model would cost slightly more than the predecessor. The current model starts at $8,099, plus a $380 destination charge. However, choosing a model with DCT ABS, the price will jump by an additional $800.

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