Honda will launch the refresher variant of NM4 Vultus on March 11, 2016 in Japan. The latest generation of this futuristic scooter will get several changes include the design and performance.
As qouted of PaulTan, the 2016 NM4 uses the 670 cc parallel-twin, eight-valve, liquid-cooled PGM-FI engine derived from the rest of Honda’s range of super-sccoters such as the Integra and CT series, and an automatic six-speed dual-clutch transmission (DCT). The futuristic scooter also received an additional S Mode to drive more fierce.
|The new refresher variant of Honda NM4 Vultus in 2016 came with the muffler constructions are now shorter. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1XietB)|
These changes include increased rotational speed of the previous model. Speed limit on the engine power will be used for fishing when using manual transmission. In addition, there is a kind of hill assist system to ease the rider while climb or down hills.
A wet weight of 255 kg makes this a heavyweight as far as scooters go, and the 11-litre fuel tank is not going to go give a lot of range between fuel stops. ABS and Honda’s Combined Braking system come standard on the NM4.
Meanwhile, the motorcycle manufacturers have also changed the mufflers construction are now shorter. The muffler also has a more futuristic appearance through the exhaust cover. Changes in this construction also affect the quality of sound produced. Scooter became more frightening because the exhaust sound waves is lower.
Honda presents the new NM4 Vultus variants with three standard colors, ie Matte Ballistic, Black Metallic and Pearl Grey White. In addition, there are also 11 optional colors according to consumer tastes. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | PAULTAN]
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