2Honda NC700SA

Honda NC700SA

2Honda NC700SA

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10 reviews
Tomperth21 posts
LenSouth East Queensland, QLD2 posts

Fantastic all rounder, wish I'd bought one years ago

Great fuel economy between 3.2 - 3.7 litres per 100km, cheap and easy to service, tank storage is super handy, torquey engine, steers, accelerates and stops well, have used for commuting, leisure and long distance trips. Different riding style required compared to big bore high revving sports bikes but easy to get used to.

Only minor gripes are access for replacement air filter, requires removal of tank side panels etc which takes time, care and attention; Horn and indicator switches different to other bikes; Front fork legs could use fork guards as standard to protect fork seal surface area however a pair of plastic triumph guards can be had for about $15 and easily fitted.

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Most underrated bike around

Bought one because my father in law had one in the UK , and all the road tests here in australia weren't that favourable. But this is because they didn't take the time to understand the bike.

This bike has the same torque of a CBR600 at real world rpm, and short shifting is rewarded with plenty of go.

add features like ABS, 40km per litre fuel economy and low centre of gravity this bike is a gem.

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skidz15 posts
SomeGuy6 posts

Low speed urban riding burnt out the clutch

Pros: good fuel economy (but not magnificent), torquey motor, carry space is great

Cons: low speed work (ie, peak hour riding) has burnt out the clutch in under 8500kms - apparently a common issue with this bike (http://www.nc700.co.uk/index.php?/topic/7441-clutch-problem/page-3). Unable to get this repaired under warranty

Recommendation: stay away from this model if you're looking for an urban commuter.

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PeterAU2 posts


Beautiful bike. Love the ride and look. Shithouse service ffom local dealer. Well resolved by Honda. Local dealer ddid not k.ow how yo tune the bike anx took ages to fix leaking tires.

Internet site helped with diy tuning and since has been great. Would recommend the bike but not my dealer. Now go to Yamaha dealer.

RoyBoyPerth, WA25 posts
jason.wilkins.965AU2 posts
dx020406AU25 posts

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