Honda NC750D Integra For Sale
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New Price At Launch: £8,150
Current Prices: £6,900–£3,450
Power: 54 bhp
Engine: 745 cc, 6,500 rpm red line, 110 mph top speed
Economy: 70 mpg
Range: 220 miles from the 14.1 litre tank
Seat Height: 790 mm
Weight: 237 kg (wet)
What Is It?
The Honda NC750D Integra is essentially the naked NC750S with the DCT automatic gearbox, dressed up as a maxi scooter. It's powered by a liquid cooled 745cc parallel twin engine, producing 54bhp at 6,250rpm and maximum torque at 4,750rpm.
- Steel tubular frame with new Aluminium swingarm
- 320mm wavy disc at the front with Nissin 2 piston caliper
- 240mm wavy disc at the rear with single piston caliper
- Dual channel ABS (used to be C-ABS)
- 41mm fork with 120mm travel
- Rear shock with adjustable pre-load and 120mm travel
- 6 speed gearbox with gear position indicator
Compared to the previous NC700D you get 80mm more legroom, larger footboards and a slightly narrow seat making it easier to touch your feet down. Engine capacity is up 75cc with a slight increase in power and torque, there are now twin balancer shafts for a smoother ride, a new muffler, 6% taller gearing for faster acceleration, the brake lever is now span adjustable and it's 1kg lighter.
Honda's Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) has a fully automatic mode and simulated manual mode, with the auto mode offering S mode for sporty riding or D for more economical riding. You can even interrupt it to quickly downshift before overtaking, then it will take over in auto mode again. Most scooters use a CVT gearbox but this one has real gears to shift through.
The Integra moves the 15 litres of storage from where the fuel tank sits on the NC750S to under the seat in a more traditional scooter layout and as usual with a maxi-scooter you get pockets in the fairing, one with a 12V socket. The 17" wheels take a 120/70 tyre at the front and 160/60 at the rear.
Accessories include the panniers, 45 litre top box and heated grips.
- 2014-2015: Black, silver, white, red, red/white/blue (gold wheels), matt black (gold wheels)
- 2016: Grey/red, grey/blue
- 2017: Grey/red, grey/blue, red
- 2018-2019: Black, red, silver, white
2016: Euro 4 compliant with new angular muffler, LED lights, new Showa fork, colour customisable LCD dashboard, wheel rim tape, colour accents, special "metal look" paint and engine cover.
2017: New more natural feeling DCT, electronics refined with multi level traction control and red line moved up to 7,500rpm.
Did You Know?
NC stands for New Concept.
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Popularity / How Many Left
|Year||On The Road||Off The Road||Total||For Sale|
|2015||42||6||48||100 / month|
|2016||40||3||43||24 / month|
|2017||34||1||35||21 / month|
|2018||30||-||30||50 / month|
|2019||Data not yet available||59 / month|
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