Honda NC750S For Sale
The 2014 Honda NC750S is a naked bike with an optional automatic gearbox and a cunning storage compartment where the fuel tank would usually be. It's powered by a 745cc parallel twin engine which puts out 54bhp but can be restricted for the A2 licence.
What Is It?
- Comfortable, practical, easy to handle, great DCT box, low end power
- Better in town than out, levers, top end power
It's powered by a liquid cooled 745cc parallel twin engine, producing 54bhp at 6,250rpm and maximum torque at 4,750rpm. It's A2 compliant in DCT form with the restrictor. RRP is £5,900 or £6,500 with DCT.
- Steel tubular frame
- 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 120mm travel
- Fuel injection and 6 speed gearbox
Compared to the NC700S, which it replaces, engine capacity is up 75cc with a corresponding increase in power and torque. The are also now twin balancer shafts for a smoother ride, a new muffler and 6% taller gearing for faster acceleration. The brake lever is now span adjustable and the dash gets a gear position indicator.
Honda's optional Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) version adds 10kg to the weight. It 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.
The 17" cast Aluminium wheels take a 120/70 tyre at the front and 160/60 at the rear.
Options include a 35 litre top box, 29 litre panniers, rear hugger, screen, 12V socket, centre stand and DCT foot shift lever.
2016: Euro 4 compliance with new angular muffler, LED lights, new Showa fork, colour customisable LCD dashboard and S mode now has 3 levels.
2018: Two level selectable torque control with off mode and red line raised to 7,500rpm.
- 2014-2015: Black, white, red
- 2016-2017: Red/black with red wheels, black/silver with silver frame, red (2017)
- 2018: Black/brown, red, blue
Did You Know?
NC stands for New Concept
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I've had the NC750S since December 2017 and I have been pleasantly surprised by this bike having come from a sports bike background. I initially bought it for my regular commute of 60 miles. But it has encouraged my wife back to riding with its low seat height and ease of control.
Who ever designed this bike is a genius with its generous storage where the tank goes. It's always a talking point between bikers and non bikers when you open the top of the tank and reveal a storage area big enough to take a full face helmet. To fill up you need to open the pillion seat. The fuel economy is pretty good. Honda recon about 70 to the gallon. I generally get around high 40s as I use it mainly on motorways were it will quite happily break the speed limit if you don't watch your speed. On a recent ride round Scotland on the North Coast 500 it was perfectly at home and returned around 60 to the gallon.
Reliability is good starts on the button every time although there is an electrical fault which Honda won't admit to. A wire that goes from the side stand to the ECU can send false signals and the engine management light will stay on and start flashing. My local Honda Lancaster Honda were very helpful and sorted it at very short notice as we were due to travel to Scotland that night.
A full service with two new tyres has just cost £400.
Overall the bike will surprise you. It handles well, is easy to ride and you will get off after riding all day still feeling human. I bought the bike when it was two and a half years old with just 1500 miles on the clock it now has over 8500 on the clock as it's such a pleasure to ride. The bike I've got has got a slightly taller front screen, fully adjustable leavers, heated grips and a Givi Mono key side boxes fitted as non standard.
- Bill D, 2018
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