Honda Deauville

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The Honda Deauville, also known as the NT650V and NT700V, is a mid-range touring motorcycle developed by Honda in 1998 for the European market, replacing the NTV650 Revere. Launched as the NT650V Deauville, the motorcycle was powered by a 52° 650 cc V-twin engine. In 2006, the engine capacity was enlarged to 680 cc and the bike was rebadged as the NT700V Deauville. The power delivery is via a shaft drive through a five-speed gearbox.


In 1998, the NT650V Deauville made its debut with a fully integrated three-quarter fairing and panniers to distinguish it from the Revere on which it was based. The engine was also re-tuned for stronger low-to-midrange torque. To further suit its touring role, the fuel tank capacity was enlarged to 19 litres. Despite some minor additions in 1999, the motorcycle remained unchanged until it was revamped in 2002. Larger-capacity panniers (left capacity increased from 18 to 24 litres; right capacity increased from 16.7 to 19.5 litres) with more secure cover latches and hinges were fitted. The engine was overhauled with lighter pistons and other engine modifications to reduce vibration. A catalytic converter was fitted to ensure compliance with the stricter EU emissions laws. A combined braking system was fitted and the front brakes were upgraded to 3-piston calipers.

Aside from some minor additions in 2004, the motorcycle remained largely unchanged until its relaunch as the NT700V in 2006. The...
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