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honda nc700 series

Honda NC700X is an all new innovative invention in the world of bikes. It is absolutely different from the predecessor bikes. It is a total 180 degree change to the old traditional bike types. It runs with engine of 670 cc and the engine type is RC61. It has 4-stroke and 4-valves per cylinder. It has a power of 51HP at 6,250 rpm. It has an electrical start facility and the height of the seats vary from 790 mm to 830 mm. The fuel capacity of the bike is 14.1 Litre. It comes with a six-speed manual gear box and many other special features. It has a top speed of 115 mph and the handling feels effortless and smooth. Its easy-to-control output has helped to control the bike ride. The super enhanced comfort and distinctive style will make the rider or the biker proud for the bike.

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