2013 Honda Integra

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At the first sight it will be hard to put the Honda Integra into any known category. Its unique design places it just at the border between motorcycles and scooters and is pretty safe to say that the Integra integrates a small part of both these categories.

Thereby, the bike offers the comfort of a big scooter offering a relaxed riding position, a big windscreen and plenty of storage places, while at its heart lies a pretty strong powerplant which rewards you with an agile acceleration and three digit speeds.

The engine is a liquid-cooled, 4-stroke 8-valve, SOHC parallel 2-cylinder engine with PGM-FI electronic fuel injection. As far as power is concerned, the engine delivers a maximum output of 38.1kW at 6,250 rpm and 62 Nm of torque at 4750 rpm. Needless to say that it was especially engineered to be as efficient as possible; thereby it offers an average fuel consumption of 78.6 mpg.

Hit the jump for more information on the Honda Integra.

Overview

Honda Integra

The Integra takes its name from the fact it integrates the ease of use of a scooter with the dynamic performance of a motorcycle. It has a feet-forward riding position, protection from the elements, internal storage and the advanced three-mode transmission in the shape of the second generation of Honda’s innovative Dual Clutch Transmission. At the same time it offers stability, handling and superb road-holding. The result is a unique and desirable modern machine, conceived to deliver a totally engaging riding experience while benefiting from the environmental and safety technologies customers expect of a 21st century vehicle.

At the heart of this new machine is a purpose-built engine and transmission package. The liquid-cooled, in-line 2-cylinder 670cc engine is a lightweight and compact unit positioned to give a low centre of gravity. It offers strong torque at low to medium engine rpm, where riders spend the vast majority of their riding time, together with a very usable power delivery, low emissions and superb fuel efficiency. The engine works with the second generation of Honda’s innovative Dual Clutch Transmission, which provides the convenience and ease of use of an automatic with the optional control of a manual mode should the rider choose.

Features

Honda Integra
  • EURO-3. Complies with EURO-3 emissions regulations.
  • Honda Ignition Security System. Only allows the bike to be started by its original encoded keys to effectively protect against theft.
  • Combined Antilock Brake System.Optimises the balance of front and rear braking control while counteracting tyre slip when braking over variable road conditions.
  • Programmed Fuel Injection. Map-type computerised system maintains strong power and responsive performance in all conditions.

Specifications

Honda Integra
Ignition SystemComputer-controlled digital transistorised with electronic advance
Max. Torque62Nm/4,750min-1 95/1/EC
Bore x Stroke73 x 80mm
Engine TypeLiquid-cooled 4-stroke 8-valve, SOHC parallel 2-cylinder
CarburationPGM-FI electronic fuel injection
Fuel Tank Capacity14.1litres
Max. Power Output38.1kW/6,250min-1 95/1/EC
Engine Displacement670cm3
Fuel Consumption17.3 m/l (78.6 mpg)
Final DriveChain
Transmission Type6-speed Dual Clutch Transmission
ClutchWet, multiplate hydraulic 2-clutch
Clutch OperationPush button - D mode/S mode/Manual mode
Wheelbase1,525mm
Seat Height790mm
Kerb Weight238kg
Dimensions (L×W×H)2,195 x 790 x 1,440mm
Ground Clearance135mm
Frame typeDiamond; steel pipe
Suspension Front41mm telescopic fork, 120mm travel
Wheels Frontmulti-spoke cast aluminium 17M/C x MT3.5
Tyre Size Front120/70-ZR17M/C (58W)
Brakes Front320mm single wavy hydraulic disc with 3-piston calipers and sintered metal pads, C-ABS as standard
Wheels Rearmulti-spoke cast aluminium 17M/C x MT3.5
Suspension RearMonoshock damper, Pro-Link swingarm, 120mm travel
Tyre Size Rear160/60-ZR17M/C (69W)
Brakes Rear240mm single wavy hydraulic disc with single-piston caliper and sintered metal pads, C-ABS as standard
MSRP£7,699*
Honda Integra
Honda Integra
Honda Integra
Honda Integra

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