november 06, 2017 - Honda Moto

Honda Integra 750 YM2018

The Integra – launched in 2012 as one of three models in Honda’s New Concept (NC) platform – takes its name from the fact that it integrates the comfort, style and convenience of a #scooter with the dynamic handling and engine performance of a motorcycle.
Equipped as standard with Honda’s Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT), for 2014 its torque, fuel-efficient twin-cylinder engine was increased in capacity from 700cc to 745cc. Sharper styling, improved ergonomics and handling complemented the extra power and performance.
2016 saw the Integra receive upgrades that included 41mm Showa Dual Bending Valves (SDBV) front forks, 3-level S mode for the DCT, full LED lighting and LCD instruments.
The Integra’s evolution continues for 2018 with refinements to the DCT and additions to the engine’s electronics package, further enhancing one of the most individual two-wheeled machines in the #honda range.
2. Model Overview
Fittingly, for a machine that breaks the mould the Integra’s flowing style is all its own and the LED headlight and taillight inject a visible touch of class. The LCD instruments – with variable colour display – can be personalised and present a premium image. Two Special Edition (SE) colour schemes, in a new grade of paint with a unique metallic lustre, add further appeal.
The Integra’s 745cc twin cylinder engine puts out strong low-to-mid range torque, delivering strong acceleration from very low rpm. It returns 28.6km/l (WMTC mode) and now features #honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), which can also be turned off.
The DCT features a more natural ‘feathered’ clutch feel around an on/off throttle. For sportier riding, there are 3 levels of S mode for gear changes in AT mode and raised rpm upper limit for downshifts in MT mode.
Also available for 2018 is a 35kW version allowing A2 licence holders to enjoy the Integra. This new version can easily be converted to a full power version at the appropriate time at a #honda dealer.
3. Key Features

3.1 Styling & Equipment

  • 21L storage area will take a full-face helmet
  • Negative LCD instrument display can be personalised
  • LED headlight and taillight
  • Wave key with #honda Ignition Security System (HISS)
‘Sensual Performance’ directs the Integra’s style; what the rider feels, sees and hears. The compact LED headlight ­– with its crisp white light – and running lights form a strong visual presence. Mounted on the edge of the rear cowl, the clear-lens LED taillight works with the stubby exhaust muffler to give a compact feel to the Integra’s rear. On the footboards, stainless steel integrates within the redesigned rubber floor mats, exuding quality.
The instruments use a negative LCD display. Information includes odometer, trip meter, gear position, fuel efficiency and consumption gauges, (optional) heated grip temperature plus 3-stage S mode display.
The colour of the rev-counter bar display can also be changed by the rider; a total of 9 options are available. It is also possible to have colours change according to gear selected, rpm range or (for the DCT version) riding mode.
ECO and SHIFT mode are further options when riding with the display set to a single colour or (on the DCT machine) the mode-dependent setting. ECO mode turns the display to light blue if riding with good fuel efficiency, and green if riding even more economically. SHIFT mode sees the colour change to orange if engine rpm exceeds a level pre-set by the rider.
A new ‘wave’ key features the #honda Ignition Security System (HISS). If the ID chip embedded in the key and the ID in the Engine Control Unit (ECU) do not match, the engine will not start.
The Integra is available in four colour options:
Candy Chromosphere Red
Matt Gunpowder Black Metallic
Matt Alpha Silver Metallic (Special Edition)
Matte Majestic Silver Metallic (Special Edition)
The two SE paint options use a metal-look finish. This special paint uses brilliant flakes aligned in parallel with each other and differs to standard metallic paint in creating a solid texture with high contrast, offering varying impressions depending on the viewing angle. The SE colours also have extra accent stripes, wheel rim stripes and a different engine cover finish.
Genuine #honda Accessories include a specifically-designed new rear rack, a 35L and 45L top box, 29L panniers, inner bags, 5-stage heated grips, U-lock and wind deflectors.

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