Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Honda Announces More 2010 Models

Honda Motor Company recently announced its third release of 2010 models, including the new 2010 NT700V.

Photo Credit: Honda

"We are very excited about announcing these four street bikes for 2010," said Powersports Press Manager Bill Savino. "Within this mix we have a new cruiser, a new lightweight touring bike and two CBR sport bikes. The cruiser offers a whole new look for Honda, our new touring bike delivers light weight, nimble handling, a stylish fairing plus saddlebags for the long haul or daily commute. The CBRs continue to set the standards of performance for the full-on sporting genre. This sets the stage for a great year in 2010 and there will be additional street model announcements later this fall."

Honda describes the NT700V as a light touring machine that's fun, easy to ride and ready to carry you to work and play seven days a week, equipped with full fairing, interlinked saddlebags, a strong 680cc V-twin engine and more.

Other features include...
  • Powerful four-valve 680cc liquid-cooled V-twin engine for strong performance and economical operation.
  • Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) delivers excellent throttle response over a wide range of throttle settings and riding conditions.
  • Combined Braking System (CBS) with a triple-disc brake system plus the option of ABS for confident braking in varying conditions.
  • Large-capacity saddlebags feature a pass-through space between the two sides to facilitate packing of longer items and provide additional carrying capacity.
Source: Honda
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suez1040 said...

Looks great, but once again - not for 'shorty'. Will they ever create a beautiful bike like this for 5'3"-little-ole me?

CME Engineering said...

This is a brief description of Honda Motorbike.Its bringing more 2010 models to the market.This is a too good news.