Commuting, Sports, Touring or all three? Up to you.
The versatile NT1100 features sleek aerodynamics, a large, 5-way adjustable screen and upper/lower deflectors providing superb wind protection. The seat, with an 820mm height, is comfortable for two and offers a flexible riding position. The NT1100 is loaded with a 20L fuel tank – giving 400km range (WMTC mode) – panniers, heated grips, phone connectivity, cruise control, rear carrier, and a centre stand making rear wheel maintenance easy. Three default riding modes, URBAN, RAIN and TOUR, cover most conditions and two USER options allow you to fully customise engine output.
Tuned for Acceleration with Dual Clutch Transmission Option
The muscular twin-cylinder engine offers strong performance from low rpm, with 104Nm peak torque, just what you need for effortless overtaking. The engine has a 270-degree crankshaft which creates a characterful exhaust sound and better torque. Six-speed DCT is an option, if you want to change gears, trigger-shifters offer razor-fast control, whilst 3-level S mode delivers seamless shifting for sportier performance.
Fast Steering, Surefooted Confidence
This is a motorcycle that handles lightly and accurately, whatever your riding style. With the steel frame’s rigidity optimised for strength, feel and stability, the 43mm Showa SFF BP front forks and rear shock, working an aluminium swingarm through Pro-Link, return impressive suspension reaction and a precise cornering experience, no matter the conditions. Rear spring preload is hydraulically adjustable to suit the load you’re carrying.
Stay In Touch and Increase Safety with Advanced Rider Aids
Bright and easy to read, the 6.5-inch TFT touchscreen offers three levels of information, to suit individual preference. Apple CarPlay®, Android Auto® and Bluetooth® connectivity allows access to smartphone functions, such as navigation, music and calls. Rider aids include Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) giving you extra confidence to ride in wet conditions, and self-cancelling Emergency Stop Signal (ESS) indicating a hard stop situation to those behind.