Honda Announces 2024 NT1100: Fresh Paint Options for Europe's Best-Selling Tourer

Honda's 2024 NT1100 Model Gets a Colorful Update, Maintaining Its Reign in the European Touring Motorcycle Market

Honda has recently announced the latest version of its popular touring motorcycle, the NT1100, for the 2024 model year. The bike, which has been a hit in the European market since its debut in 2022, is now available in two new colors, adding a fresh look to an already successful model.The Honda NT1100 has been a remarkable success story for the brand, with over 12,000 units sold across Europe since its launch. In 2023, it even earned the title of the best-selling touring motorcycle in Europe.

Honda 2024 Nt1100

The 2024 model year brings subtle but noteworthy changes to the NT1100. While the mechanical aspects remain unchanged, Honda has introduced two new colors: "Matt Jeans Blue Metallic" and "Candy Chromosphere Red." Additionally, the existing "Matt Iridium Gray Metallic" color now features a "Matt Ballistic Black Metallic" rear carrier. This rear carrier color is also present in the two new color options.

The NT1100 continues to be powered by a 1,084cc parallel twin-cylinder engine that produces 100bhp and 77lb ft of torque. It shares its steel semi-double cradle frame and aluminum subframe with the Honda CRF1100L Africa Twin. The bike's suspension is managed by Showa, featuring 43mm front forks and a single-tube pressurized rear shock, both offering 150mm of wheel travel.

The motorcycle comes equipped with a range of electronic features like Throttle By Wire (TBW), Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), and wheelie control. These features can be managed through three preset riding modes: Urban, Rain, and Tour, along with two user-tunable modes. For those who prefer automatic transmission, Honda’s dual-clutch system is available as an option.

The NT1100 also offers touring-specific features such as aerodynamic bodywork, a height-adjustable screen, panniers with a total capacity of 65 liters, heated grips, and cruise control. Connectivity options include Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Bluetooth through a 6.5-inch TFT display.

According to Honda's official website, the NT1100 is designed to be agile for city demands while also serving as a capable tourer. It offers a comfortable GT design for two and the option of a six-speed Dual Clutch Transmission. With Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility, riders have more choices for connectivity on the go.
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Last updated on 26-09-2023. Published on 26-09-2023.
Published by Bikes4Sale in category New Bikes

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