November 9th, 2015

Along with the Honda CB500F, Honda CBR300R and Honda NC750X the 2016 Honda Integra is also slated for a design update, of which, Honda recently released a teaser photo.

2016 Honda Integra Maxi-Scooter Teased Ahead of EICMA Motor Show Design

The 2016 motorcycle will have sharper, sportier styling that the outgoing model and will host new features such as riding modes.

The front of the new Integra features a completely new LED headlight and the taillights get a similar LED treatment too. The instrument cluster also gets updated with LCD dials that can be personalised to one’s preference of colour. The scooter’s Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) gets an update too, now featuring three different riding modes for various riding conditions. Also a part of the upgrade, there are new suspensions with new Showa forks that have “dual bending valves’.

2016 Honda Integra Maxi-Scooter Teased Ahead of EICMA Motor Show headlight

The 2016 Integra will have full LED headlight and taillights

The maxi-scooter is based on the same frame and parallel twin, 745 cc engine as the NC750X and the NC750S. The engine is a four-stroke liquid-cooled unit that produces 40.3 kW (54.04 bhp) of power and 68 Nm of torque.

A full unveil of the Honda Integra will be taking place at the 2015 EICMA motor show that is due to proceed between November 19 -22 in Milan.

Source: Visordown

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