A 745cc displacement liquid-cooled 4-stroke 8-valve, SOHC parallel 2-cylinder engine powers up the Honda NC750D ABS. Peak power was increased to 40.3kW @ 6,250rpm with peak torque of 68Nm @ 4,750rpm now. These improvements made a great impact on its capabilities and road performance as compared to other machines on its class. NC750D comes in lightweight and compact package with excellent quality transmission and chassis. The engine’s design and build guarantees a peppy low-to-mid range performance where most riders allot their time during the ride. Its stroke, combustion chambers and mass crankshaft are engineered to produce generous torque at low rev range. Honda NC750D ABS features Hondas Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) thats the true combination of good riding feel and ease of control. The machine has two clutches which delivers smooth and effortless gear changes. Whilst its two channel ABS system helps prevent wheel lock-ups on wet road conditions. What makes it more interesting is that it has ample amount of usable power, low exhaust emission and fuel economy. NC750D offers new and exciting style and functionalities. The feet forward riding position is more likely derived from a scooter. It has aggressive lines inspired form super sports design that contributes to the overall design and unmatched versatility of NC750D.
Honda NC750D ABS appears to be a scooter however Honda gave it a conventional image which is truly profound. It has the same engine and chassis as the Honda NC models with combined sporty and adventure style. Similar to its siblings, NC750D has its fuel tank placed under the seat in which there is enough space just like normal motorcycles. Most of the time scooters has roomy luggage compartment under the seat, but NC750D is different because it only has a size of a fruit bowl due to its big wheels and fully dressed body. Nevertheless, when it comes to riding comfort, NC750D has forward feet position with each foot resting on the boards. It was ergonomically built with tall windscreen, fair seat height and comfy seat. This scooter-like motorcycle is equipped with Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) combined with 2 pairs of cones to produce limitless number of gear ratio. This ability might become difficult for other riders due to its power limit. Another thing is the Dual Clutch Transmission that utilizes six standard gears and delivers unmatched throttle response resulting to a smooth and easy shifting that provides more exciting ride different from other scooters. NC750D ABS has two automatic modes which are Drive and Sport plus a semi-automatic option that are accessible just by pressing their buttons on the left handlebar. Its ABS supply adequate stopping power, remains stable on the road at all times and its handle is firm and tireless. For a motorbike that can be driven around town and daily ride-to-school, go for Honda NC750D ABS.