Honda NT650V Deauville For Sale

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Honda NT650V Deauville
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Current Prices: £2,400–£1,400

What Is It?

The Honda NT650V Deauville is a touring style bike with shaft drive and is powered by a liquid cooled 647 cc 52° V-Twin four stroke engine, producing 55 bhp at 7,750 rpm and maximum torque at 6,250 rpm.

Features include:

  • Steel twin spar frame
  • Dual 296 mm discs up front with Brembo two piston calipers
  • 276 mm disc at the rear with Brembo single piston caliper
  • 41 mm fork with 115 mm travel
  • Rear shock with adjustable pre-load and 120 mm travel
  • 36 mm carbs
  • HISS security system (1999 on)
  • 2->1 exhaust system
  • 5 speed gearbox

The Deauville, named after the UK facing French seaside resort, is an evolution of the NTV650 and PC800 with an integrated panniers party piece.

Right to left they are 16 and 18 litres but can be expanded with optional sections to 28 and 29 litres, with the size difference there to accommodate the exhaust. There are also two glove boxes in the fairing for added storage space, the right of which is lockable.

Accessories include a 45 litre top box, dash mounted speakers for use with a CD player mounted in the pannier, tall screen (a good option), 12V socket, hand guards, heated grips and an alarm. The 17" wheels take a Michelin Macadam 120/70 tyre at the front and 150/70 at the rear.

  • 1998-1999: Black, red, silver
  • 2000: Red, blue, brown, white
  • 2001: Green, red, brown, white
  • 2002: Green, red, silver, white
  • 2003-2004: Blue, red, silver, white
  • 2005-2006: Black, red, silver
Did You Know?

It's made in Spain.

Updates

2002: Panniers upgraded to 18 and 24 litres with better security, less vibes from the engine, stronger clutch, brakes now a Nissin C-ABS system with 3 piston calipers, it's now Euro 2 compliant and dry weight is now 228 kg.

2004: Upgraded battery and improved always on headlight design.

Review In A Few

What's Good?

  • Loads of storage space

Any Downsides?

  • Limited power for touring

Read the full real world review

Specs

Launch RRP: £7,900

Capacity: 647 cc (average)

Power: 55 bhp / 41 kW (average)

Red Line: 8,500 rpm (average)

Top Speed: 100 mph / 161 km/h (average)

Economy: 45 mpg / 6.3 L/100km (average)

Range: 190 miles / 306 km (high)

Fuel Capacity: 19.5 litres / 4.3 gallons (high)

Seat Height: 814 mm / 32.0 inches (average)

Wet Weight: 243 kg / 536 pounds (heavy)

Dry Weight: 223 kg / 492 pounds

Power to Weight: 0.226 bhp/kg / 0.169 kW/kg

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Check out part one of a two part video review from andy's shed.

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Price Guide

Year
Dealer
Private
Part Ex
Mileage
1998
£1,750
£1,400
£1,250
27,100
1999
£1,750
£1,400
£1,200
26,900
2000
£1,750
£1,400
£1,250
26,500
2001
£1,800
£1,450
£1,250
26,000
2002
£1,850
£1,500
£1,300
25,500
2003
£1,950
£1,600
£1,400
24,800
2004
£2,100
£1,700
£1,450
24,000
2005
£2,250
£1,800
£1,600
23,200
2006
£2,400
£1,950
£1,700
22,200
We work out the price guide in-house.

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Popularity & How Many Left

Year
On Road
Off Road
Total
For Sale
1998
211
235
446
17 / month
1999
380
349
729
55 / month
2000
299
274
573
3 / month
2001
289
262
551
25 / month
2002
277
232
509
13 / month
2003
290
214
504
4 / month
2004
258
153
411
22 / month
2005
218
104
322
12 / month
2006
37
12
49
8 / month

Source: DVLA