Honda Deauville NTV700

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Honda Deauville NTV700

not a brand new model, the 2010 still manages to hide its age and remarkably fresh.  Indeed I was surprised to learn that version of the Honda was originally back in 2006.  Initial are good, the lines of the bodywork are and as per usual from Honda the looks well designed and

The previous model was a 647cc This one is the same configuration but the is increased to 680cc and is badged as a Its new engine also has an all new four head which allows the to breath easier.

 A new fuel system creates a smoother response and less emissions. this works well in the engines performance, while is an increase in horse power, the interesting fact is that the figure has increased by 15% making the more usable.

The Deauville has a long and fine  The NTV and Bros bikes of the and nineties were its predecessors and of them can still be seen in good condition on Irish today.  Having such a family tree can’t be a bad

The Deauville is often maligned for underpowered and uninteresting.  While it is that its never going to be a bike it has to be commended for its practicality and  I recently met a motorcyclist who has a five old 650cc version with miles on the clock and its still strong.

 How many 1000 owners, I wonder, can say the

Because of it’s power to ratio the Deauville remains legal, regardless of how the ratio is  It has an unintimidating low seat height, to read clocks and thanks to its configuration, a low centre of gravity. this makes it a good bike, but also makes it to use as a city bike.

 Because the bike is hides its the main stand is easy to the bike onto and take it also makes loading the with a weeks shopping a lot

The Deauville comes with a braking system and the bike on was fitted with ABS. The is unobtrusive and all the switch gear is it is supposed to be. The Panniers have got since the 650 and open with a little button which is hidden in the bodywork.

Its also got a box built into the fairing, for keeping bits and pieces are awkward to remove from gear jackets, just leave valuables in them the bike is unattended.

If you need to double park in the of rush hour traffic as you nip Spar for a pint of milk, you can yourself by using the ‘ever hazard lights.  You can them on and leave them with the bike fully  Other road users of course, be more than

 Especially the ones in Dublin.

of Dublin the Deauville is fitted the latest generation of Hondas’ security System, a clever that means the bike be started without the key.  If the are lost they cannot be without proving ownership of the

The options list is huge. Fog bigger pannier lids, matched topboxes, liners for the tank bags and even a kit and a compact digital amp so that you can to Rage Against the Machine as you to work.

The list goes on. There is GPS hand guards, heated fairing protectors where the knees touch the bike, a fairing and a mudguard extension to from inclement weather.

Honda Deauville 700

is also an electrical socket so you can your iPhone charged. is after all nothing as bad as the battery in the middle of ACDCs’ Highway to There you are splitting traffic on a M50 morning, master of all you survey suddenly you loose your track. That kind of can ruin an otherwise pleasant to the office.

 But with a that never needs to

There is also an alarm and a cover all of which are available your friendly Honda  There is even a branded lock which fits under the seat.

The Deauville is currently used by the Traffic Corps who use it for everything basic training to operational The Irish Army use it in the Calvary to escort our presidents motorcade. are also used by paramedics in the HSE and the Association use them as part of fleet of rescue vehicles.

cited as reasons for its popularity are its free shaft drive and low of gravity combined with its like ability to carry loads.

Other options in the would include the Suzuki SV Hondas own TransAlp which is a bike, but with off road as well as BMWs F650GS. worth considering is the Kawasaki  Whatever you do don’t buy a scooter.

 Scooters are wrong and you know they are.

The bike on is a Deauville 700 and is available fro Honda in Dublins Ballymount from  Thanks to Paul and all the team at for the use of their demo.

Last on Wednesday, 11 April 2012

Honda Deauville 700
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