Honda Integra Sport Edition Makes Spectacular Appearance
The bodywork are finished in matte black for a menacing look, in perfect sync with the suede seat cover in rich Alcantara. The 17" wheels come with Honda Racing badging and rim stripe. A Sport Barracuda smoked screen is also standard for the Sport trim, alongside a top=notch titanium Akrapovic exhaust.
The silencer brings the 670cc engine to 51.7 HP @ 6,250 rpm, excluding the Honda Integra Sport Edition from rhe A2 license realm. The power plant also delivers a hefty 62 Nm (46 ft-lbs) @ 4,750 rpm and is mated to a Dual Clutch Transmission with manual and automatic modes.
A direct competitor for Yamaha T-MAX and BMW C650 Sport, MasMoto claims the Honda Integra Sport Edition will be available for €9,399 ($12,710).
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