2014 Honda NC750S

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If you are looking for a fun, reliable and good-looking naked, then you should take a taste of the Honda NC750S, as it could be just what you want.

This aggressive motorcycle comes with a punchy 745 cc, liquid cooled, 4-stroke, 8-valve, SOHC, parallel 2-cylinder engine which can deal effortless with anything you ask of it. As far as power is concerned, the unit puts out 40.3kW at 6,250rpm and 68Nm of torque at 4,750rpm. All this power is kept in check by a six speed manual transmission with wet multiplate clutch which returns a fuel consumption of 81.6mpg. For enhanced shifting performances, there is also offered an optional DCT (dual clutch) gearbox.
The motorcycle also features twin balancer shafts, a new exhaust muffler and ABS as standard.

The standard NC750S is offered with a price of €7.142, while the DCT model can be yours for €7.869.

Hit the jump for more information on the Honda NC750.


Honda NC750S

For 2014, the NC750S is the next evolution - a bike designed to offer more of what every rider liked about the original NC700S, with a larger 745cc engine design ensuring a punchy performance in the low-to-mid range. With more power and torque, positioning this model in the new A-license category, as well as twin balancer shafts, new exhaust muffler and taller gearing, ABS as standard; the NC750S is one of the most cost-effective and all-round useful motorcycles available.

Launched as a Fun Naked Commuter concept, loaded with a great deal of fresh thinking and new technologies, its sheer all-round competence with convenient details like helmet storage space where the fuel tank would normally be, make it a truly useful motorcycle both for day-to-day living and weekend riding.

Available as an option on the NC750S, Hondas second-generation DCT gearbox offers a unique combination of direct riding feel and ease of use. A world first for motorcycles when launched in 2010, it delivers consistent, seamless gear changes, and very quickly becomes second nature in use.


Honda NC750S

Programmed Fuel Injection. Map-type computerised system maintains strong power and responsive performance in all conditions.


Honda NC750S

Combined Brake System. Actuates both front and rear brakes when the rear brake pedal (or lever) is engaged, for a smooth and confident balance of braking control.


Honda NC750S

Honda Ignition Security System. Only allows the bike to be started by its original encoded keys to effectively protect against theft.


Honda NC750S

EURO-3. Complies with EURO-3 emissions regulations.


Engine TypeLiquid-cooled 4-stroke 8-valve, SOHC parallel 2-cylinder
Bore x Stroke77mm x 80mm
Max. Power Output40.3kW @ 6,250rpm (95/1/EC)
Max. Torque68Nm @ 4,750rpm (95/1/EC)
Oil Capacity3.7L (DCT: 4.1L)
Fuel Consumption81.6mpg
Battery Capacity12V/11.2AH
CarburationPGM-FI electronic fuel injection
Fuel Tank Capacity14.1 litres
ACG Output420W/5000rpm (DCT : 450W/5000rpm)
Compression Ratio10.7 : 1
Transmission Type6-speed Manual Transmission
InstrumentsDigital speedometer, digital bar-type tachometer, clock, bar-type fuel meter, two trip meters, gear position indicator, ‘instant’ and ‘average’ fuel consumptionand coolant temperature warning light.
Final DriveChain
ClutchWet multiplate hydraulic clutch (DCT : Wet multiplate hydraulic 2-clutch)
Seat Height790mm
Taillight5W x 1
Ground Clearance140mm (minimum)
Frame typeDiamond; steel pipe
Kerb Weight216kg (DCT : 226kg)
Dimensions (LxWxH)2195mm x 780mm x 1130mm
Headlights12V; 60W x 1 (high) / 55W x 1 (low)
Caster Angle27°
Wheels FrontMulti-spoke cast aluminium
Wheels RearMulti-spoke cast aluminium
Tyres Rear160/60-ZR17M/C (69W)
Suspension RearMonoshock damper, Pro-Link swingarm, 120mm travel
Rim Size Front17M/C x MT3.50
Brakes Front320mm single wavy hydraulic disc with 2-piston caliper and sintered metal pads
ABS System Type2-channel ABS
Tyres Front120/70-ZR17M/C (58W)
Brakes Rear240mm single wavy hydraulic disc with single-piston caliper and resin mold pads
Rim Size Rear17M/C x MT4.50
Suspension Front41mm telescopic fork, 120mm stroke
€7.869 DCT (Dual Clutch Transmission)

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