The new Honda 2019 NC750X Powerful Adventure Bike is the perfect example of what is best at using technology and fresh thinking to create a bike for people’s true riding style. This year’s NC750X is equipped with a 745cc engine and our Honda Optional Torque Control (HSTC), which is better than ever. It allows the parallel-twin design to provide power in an intuitive and easy-to-use manner. The Honda 2019 NC750X Powerful Adventure Bike also features first-class innovations such as integrated storage and available Honda Automatic DCT transmission.
On weekdays, this is a great commuter. On the weekend, you can explore the country. It loves the canyon every day of the week. Everyone is looking for a bicycle that can complete all tasks. NC750X was delivered without compromise. Honda’s medium-sized adventure travel machine is hailed as the ultimate commuter motorcycle, with sports performance and practical, practical characteristics. The NC750X has a 745cc engine, with two-stage Honda Optional Torque Control (HSTC) and an available automatic dual-clutch gearbox (DCT).
Since the first launch of the 700 in 2012, the model has been known for its “crossover” style. Comfortable, upright riding posture; long-stroke suspension and innovative under-seat fuel cell, as well as a plastic fuel tank with a storage box. The car’s NC nickname stands for “new concept.” Its torque-loaded parallel twin-engine engine borrows from Honda’s automotive technology. It uses a long-stroke design to achieve a low-speed limit and excellent fuel efficiency.
Honda 2019 NC750X Powerful Adventure Bike – Features and Price
Many motorcycle riding experiences depend on feeling, and the design of the NC750X is both fun and convenient. Viewed from the front, the machine is bold and adventurous, and the LED headlights and driving lights leave a unique impression. For 2019, the model offers striking Ultra Blue Metallic and dark gray side panels. The rider can change the color displayed in the speed counter bar; there are nine options. Depending on the gear selected, the rpm range, or (for the DCT version) riding mode, the color may also change.
The tall windshield guides the airflow around the rider’s upper body, the central air duct makes the pressure even, and the gaps on the left and right reduce the wind noise. The side cover and side cover form a muscle line, and the exhaust muffler underlines the elongated seat unit and the smoke-free LED taillights minimally, further emphasizing the forward-leaning posture.
The storage box has a volume of 22 liters (enough to accommodate a full-size helmet), and the lid has an external rail that can be used to install a storage bag. There are four hooks at the top, allowing rubber bands to help organize items. The attractive instrument uses a negative LCD; information includes odometer, trip meter, gear, fuel economy, and consumption meter, (optional) heated grip temperature, and three-phase SPORT mode of the DCT model.
If riding with excellent fuel efficiency, the ECO mode will change the display to light blue, and if riding more economically, it will turn green. If the engine speed exceeds the rider’s preset level, the color will change to orange in the “shift” mode.
The design of the Honda NC750X’s liquid-cooled SOHC 8-valve parallel two-cylinder engine ensures strong performance in the low to medium rpm range. Its relatively long-stroke structure and specially shaped combustion chamber combined with a high inertial mass crankshaft. It produces a large amount of effortless torque at very low rpm. The forward tilt position of the engine lowers the center of gravity for optimal handling.
The Honda 2019 NC750X Powerful Adventure Bike has Honda Optional Torque Control (HSTC) with two levels. Level 1 allows some rear wheels to rotate (for example, on gravel or dirt). Level 2 can reduce wheel rotation, especially on slippery roads and it is the default setting for “Ignition Switch On.” Pressing the button on the left side of the handlebar will change the setting to Level 1. All the rider has to do is to press and hold this button to turn off HSTC.
The lightweight pentagon muffler uses two chambers, which are connected by a perforated connecting tube. This chamber works with the final resonant cavity to produce a distinctive sound and exhaust pulse. The built-in catalyst has a two-layer structure that helps reduce emissions.
The new Honda NC750X’s rugged steel diamond frame has the high strength required for rapid, responsive processing under various conditions. It is also an ideal choice when it takes up very little space because it occupies only a small volume and provides excellent riding power. The front is a 320 mm wave rotor and a two-piston caliper. It provides a large amount of easy-to-adjust braking force, and the rear 240 mm wave rotor and single-piston caliper complement it.
The rake degree is set to 27°, the step distance is 110mm, the wheelbase is 60.6 inches, and the front and rear weight distribution is 48%/52%. The curb weight is 474 pounds (DCT is 500 pounds) and the seat height is 32.7 inches. The riding posture is upright and neutral with a comprehensive view. Another advantage of this adventure-style riding posture is excellent low-speed control. Combined with a low center of gravity and a full steering lock, excellent low-speed handling and balance can be achieved.
The 41mm Showa telescopic fork has a stroke of 6.0 inches, and the single shock absorber has a spring pretension adjuster system with a stroke of 5.9 inches. It operates through a Pro-Link configuration. It provides an optimal balance of soft initial strokes for handling low-speed collisions and has excellent control performance.
The all-digital LCD instrument includes a digital speedometer, a digital bar tachometer, a clock, a low fuel gauge, and two trip meters. Besides, the bar graph of the tachometer will change color according to fuel consumption, RPM, gear, etc. The Honda 2019 NC750X Powerful Adventure Bike provides the proper amount of body movement-enough to provide excellent wind resistance, but not enough to make the bicycle feel heavy or too large.
The NC750X has a stroke of 5.4 inches, achieving a perfect balance between long-distance and short jump arcade. It gives it a wide range of functions, good processing power and helps to inspire confidence. The 17-inch wheels provide you with a variety of high-quality tires for you to choose from and support the NC750X take turns to offer quick response processing. Cast wheels are also light and durable.
The new single front and rear disc brakes provide a powerful braking force for the NC750X. DCT models are equipped with ABS brakes, which are connected back and forth to increase the braking power even under severe conditions. The NC750X is lightweight, sturdy, moderately rigid, and a sturdy and compact chassis is the basis for precise handling. The Honda 2019 NC750X Powerful Adventure Bike provides a 22-liter utility room that is large enough to accommodate most full-face helmets, and then some. Safe, convenient, and convenient; it will be used every time you ride.
Vaporized engines can be very picky when they are fueled. Not NC750X. Electronic fuel injection means that it is easy to start on cold mornings and can run correctly even at high altitudes. The cylinder of NC750X is inclined forward by 62° to lower the center of gravity. It is a big step forward in the design of a modern power plant. The two-cylinder specification produces a lot of lows- and mid-range torque, and the 270° phase crank and single-shaft central balancer also smooth it out.
The Honda 2019 NC750X Powerful Adventure Bike can provide 5.9 inches of rear-wheel travel and is used in conjunction with the Honda rear shock absorber (HMAS) to absorb the roughest roads. It provides you with a smooth driving experience. With Honda’s optional torque control (HSTC), you can choose a level that allows rear wheels to slip or a level that can reduce wheel slip, especially on wet roads. It is a great feature that helps make the NC750X more versatile.
Honda 2019 NC750X Powerful Adventure Bike – Technical Specifications
|Engine Type||745cc liquid-cooled four-stroke 55°|
|Bore And Stroke||77 mm x 80 mm|
|Induction||PGM-FI electronic fuel injection|
|Ignition||Full transistorized ignition|
|Valve Train||SOHC; four valves per cylinder|
|Final Drive||Chain; 16T/43T|
Chassis / Suspension / Brakes
|Front Suspension||41mm telescopic fork; 5.4-inches travel|
|Rear Suspension||Pro-Link® w/ single shock; 5.9 inches travel|
|Front Brake||Single 320mm disc w/ hydraulic caliper|
|Rear Brake||Single 240mm disc w/ hydraulic caliper|
|Front Tire||120/70ZR-17 radial|
|Rear Tire||160/60ZR-17 radial|
|Trail||110mm (4.3 inches)|
|Seat Height||32.7 inches|
|Curb Weight||479 pounds. Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and full tank of fuel-ready to ride|
|Fuel Capacity||3.7 gallons|
|Miles Per Gallon||TBD MPG – Honda’s fuel economy estimates are based on EPA exhaust emission measurement test procedures and are intended for comparison purposes only. The actual mileage of motorcycle will vary depending on how you ride, how you maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tire pressure, installation of accessories, cargo, rider and passenger weight, and other factors.|
|Emissions||It meets the current EPA standards. Models sold in California meet current CARB standards and may differ slightly due to emissions equipment.|
|Available Colors||Ultra Blue Metallic|
Factory Warranty Information
|One Year Included||The transferable, unlimited-mileage limited warranty|
|Optional Extended||Extended coverage was available with a HondaCare Protection Plan®|
NC750X’s 745cc water-cooled parallel twin-cylinder engine produces enough torque and power to stimulate adventure. But it can also be consumed-both standard, and DCT gearbox versions provide excellent fuel efficiency. The bright and clear LCD shows all the information you want and need. Forget those old-fashioned steam meters.