The 2022 Honda NC750X: An All-Around Adventure Workhorse
The Honda NC750X has always been a versatile middleweight adventure bike, offering a blend of comfort, practicality, and power for everything from city traffic to trail riding. Of all the major Japanese motorcycle makers, Honda seems particularly adept at balancing performance with rider-friendliness, and the 2022 NC750X is no exception.
Honda has changed nothing from 2021 here—unless you count the price, which is $200 more than last year’s model. But that’s not to say it isn’t still a good deal. After all, the NC750X got fairly major changes last year, including a significant boost in power from tuning its 745cc liquid-cooled parallel twin engine for Euro5 compliance.
That engine manages to put out 58 hp and 51 lb-ft of torque—not insane by any standards, but certainly enough to move its 472 lb up and down hills or trails without any sluggishness. What is pretty insane, however, is the fuel efficiency on this thing. Ever since 2021, the NC750X has managed to wring an eyebrow-raising 67 mpg out of its 3.7 gallon tank, giving it a range of 248 miles.
Honda’s 2022 motorcycle lineup has plenty of bigger and more powerful bikes on it—but that doesn’t always mean everything. If you’re looking for a capable and comfortable mid-size adventure bike that can take you to the farthest-flung corners of your local chunk of wilderness, the 2022 NC750X might be just the thing.
The 2022 Honda NC750X starts at $8,699 USD / $9,899 CAD.
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- Price: $8,699 USD / $9,899 CAD
- Key Features:
- Larger 23-liter integrated storage
- Underseat fuel tank to centralize mass
- Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS)
- Engine: 745cc Parallel-Twin Engine
- Power: 58 hp
- Torque: 51 lb.-ft
- Curb Weight: 472 lbs. (214 kg)
- Seat Height: 31.5 in (800 mm) at lowest point
2022 Honda NC750X Specifications