Honda Powersports is definitely shaking up the foundations of the motorcycling realm with the release of the 2015 NM4. Think futuristic, aggressive, and different. Housed within that space-like framework is a 670 cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin engine with four valves per cylinder, automatic dual-clutch transmission, and an anti-lock braking system (ABS). Not only did the guys at Honda think “spaceman” when making this machine but also brought traveling reliability to the table when creating this beast. The NM4 provides ample storage space with pockets molded into the fairing in addition to saddlebags, which come as standard, with rear turn signals integrated into the rear bags. The dynamic energy of the NM4 is amplified with its low seat height, which is only 25.6″ from the ground and its fat, 200mm rear tire. The saddle comes with a rider backrest for added comfort.
The NM4 also accommodates another person but without being a hassle for those who want to ride solo. The passenger seat can be pushed down or flipped up depending on the situation and can be set at three different angles. The passenger saddle can also slide forward or backward to one of four positions. The NM4 has full LED lighting and its illuminated meter display can be changed to shine in 25 different colors. The NM4 comes in black metallic for $10,999. Get ready for this new bike, which should be available in June of this year.
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