The CTX700 DCT comes with an automatic transmission and Anti-Lock brakes. With the automatic DCT transmission, you can shift with the push of a handlebar-mounted button, or select the automatic mode and the bike will shift itself. Plus, ABS provides improved stopping in less than ideal conditions.
You’ll really appreciate the innovative design of the CTX700 DCT on long rides. With its relaxed riding position, it allows you to really settle down into the bike and stretch out. The up-front pegs and low seat make it easy to put your feet down at stoplights, too.
The CTX700’s 670cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine produces tons of torque and enough power for easy two-up touring. Honda twins are famous for their wide powerbands and fuel efficiency, and this engine is one of our best.
We want the CTX700 to be a bike you’ll ride every day, not just on weekends. That’s why we went out of our way to design in user-friendly features like the integrated storage—perfect for items you need to access fast.
With its full-coverage fairing and windscreen, the CTX700 lets you enjoy long trips in comfort. But that fairing is a great choice for commuters on chilly mornings too—this is a bike that can really do it all.
A wide array of Honda accessories designed specifically for the CTX700 is available to help you get what you want out of your ride. Best of all, they feature the same quality and durability you’ve come to expect from Honda.
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