2016 Honda NM4
The bike range from Japanese manufacturer is wide, but one of these motorcycles takes a lot of attention to itself. It is 2016 Honda NM4, futuristic cruiser, which is ready for some changes. New design and many advanced technologies will be the highlights of ne NM4. However, performance won’t be sacrificed, since Honda announced new transmission system. With comfortable seat, it is a pleasure to ride this bike.
2016 Honda NM4 design
The cruiser segment will get something new with 2016 Honda NM4. First of all, because of its design. Its curves are new for this industry, and sharp lines are covered with mask. Back wheel is 17-inch, paired with 18-inch wheel on the front. Suspension fork is at 43 mm and there is almost 4 inches of clearance upfront. Front brakes are bigger than rear, as the wheel is. Back discs are 240 mm, and 320 mm discs are installed in front. Also, front discs have two calipers, and rear only one. Headlamps are designed to be multifunctional, adding stylish boost and functionality. Bumper and exhaust tip have similar position as on previous model.
2016 Honda NM4 engine
The 2016 Honda NM4 gets power from 670 cc parallel twin engine, which is liquid cooled. This powertrain also has few modes of riding, made for various conditions. Cruise mode is set by default. Sport mode is equipped for better shifting and higher RPM rate. This mode provides smooth tide and 2016 NM4 has great response in all RPM rate. However, this drivetrain is ready to produce 44 horses and 41 lb-ft of torque. The curve of torque is flat for power in constant output, which is usual for all Honda motorcycles. Transmission installed on this bike is 6-speed, short-shifting gearbox.
2016 Honda NM4 price
For the motorcycle which is very light, with 562 pounds of curb weight and great fuel economy of 55 mpg, starting price of $11.000 is not so high. The 2016 Honda NM4 has 3-gallon tank installed so its range is around 150 miles. Launch date for the new Honda NM4, according to latest plans, is April 2016.
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