The Japanese company Honda has presented its new Integra model, one which comes as a breath of fresh air regarding the concept of mobility as it is a model that includes all the advantages of a scooter but with the performance of a medium-sized motorbike.
Honda has presented its new Integra model highlighting its main novelty, it is the first model to use its new compact 670cc engine. A liquid-cooled two cylinder in line unit which also takes efficient riding a step further as it combines the latest technology with the second generation of Honda`s exclusive Dual Clutch Transmission.
Honda`s new Integra model is also a step forward in the concept of mobility. It takes advantage of the benefits provided by a scooter as it is comfortable and practical on any everyday trip, whist it benefits from the dynamic qualities of a typical medium-sized motorbike when covering longer distances.
This new model from Honda will be available in two versions. One with a peak power of 51.7 horse power and another with 47.6bhp, manufactured specifically to comply with the European norms in 2013 for the A2 type licence.
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