HONDA INTEGRA 700 (2012 - 2013) Review

At a glance

Owners' reliability rating: 4.8 out of 5 (4.8/5)
Annual servicing cost: £110
Power: 51 bhp
Seat height: Medium (31.1 in / 790 mm)
Weight: High (525 lbs / 238 kg)


New N/A
Used £3,700 - £4,700

Overall rating

Next up: Ride & brakes
2 out of 5 (2/5)

A maxi-scooter that's really a motorbike, with the same engine and chassis as Honda's NC700S and NC700X. Although technically accomplished, the Integra has a utilitarian feel, like a motorcycle made for people who don't particularly like motorcycling.

Ride quality & brakes

Next up: Engine
4 out of 5 (4/5)

Without the lower centre-of-gravity or small wheels of most scooters, only the leg shields suggest you're not on motorcycle. The Integra's handling is better than its bland looks suggest but won't exactly have you throwing it into every corner. Try hard enough and the bodywork grounds first.


Next up: Reliability
2 out of 5 (2/5)

As with the rest of the NC700 range, the Integra's gentle power curve contains zero surprises, except the redline, which is too easy to bump into at just over 6000rpm. Despite the uninspiring delivery, it will out-accelerate nearly all maxi scooters. It’s got two automatic modes – Drive and Sport – and a semi-automatic mode, where you change up and down using buttons on the left bar. Fuel economy is good, at 60.1mpg in MCN tests.

Reliability & build quality

Next up: Value
4 out of 5 (4/5)

Honda says it's DCT system meets its usual high standards of long-term reliability, and who are we to doubt them? The Integra hasn't exactly topped UK sales charts, meaning fewer owners to tell us about any problems. If any manufacturer deserves the benefit of the doubt, it's Honda.

Value vs rivals

Next up: Equipment
4 out of 5 (4/5)

At £7699 as of August 2013, it convincingly undercuts the maxi-scooter competition. It's over £1000 less than Suzuki's Burgman and Yamaha's TMAX, and £2000 less than BMW's C650GT. Given its level of sophistication, it leaves you asking why the others cost so much.


2 out of 5 (2/5)

The Integra has the comfort and weather protection of a scooter but not the luggage capacity. There's one glove box, just about big enough for a phone. Because it has a motorcycle chassis, there's not the cavernous underseat compartment of scooters. The one you get is nowhere near big enough even for an open-face lid.


Engine size 670cc
Engine type Liquid-cooled eight-valve parallel twin, Dual Clutch Transmission, chain final drive.
Frame type Tubular steel
Fuel capacity 14 litres
Seat height 790mm
Bike weight 238kg
Front suspension 41 mm telescopic forks, 120 mm travel
Rear suspension Single monoshock damper, 120 mm travel
Front brake 320mm single disc
Rear brake 240mm disc
Front tyre size 160/60-17
Rear tyre size 120/70-17

Mpg, costs & insurance

Average fuel consumption 60 mpg
Annual road tax £101
Annual service cost £110
New price -
Used price £3,700 - £4,700
Insurance group -
How much to insure?
Warranty term Two year unlimited mileage

Top speed & performance

Max power 51 bhp
Max torque 46 ft-lb
Top speed 98 mph
1/4 mile acceleration -
Tank range 190 miles

Model history & versions

Model history

2012: Model introduced

Other versions

NC750D, updated version introduced 2014

Owners' reviews for the HONDA INTEGRA 700 (2012 - 2013)

4 owners have reviewed their HONDA INTEGRA 700 (2012 - 2013) and rated it in a number of areas. Read what they have to say and what they like and dislike about the bike below.

Review your HONDA INTEGRA 700 (2012 - 2013)

Summary of owners' reviews

Overall rating: 4.2 out of 5 (4.2/5)
Ride quality & brakes: 5 out of 5 (5/5)
Engine: 4.8 out of 5 (4.8/5)
Reliability & build quality: 4.8 out of 5 (4.8/5)
Value vs rivals: 4.5 out of 5 (4.5/5)
Equipment: 4 out of 5 (4/5)
Annual servicing cost: £110
3 out of 5 Integra Comfort
22 August 2021 by GC57

Year: 2012

Annual servicing cost: £100

This is the older version of the Integra and it's a great comfortable bike however the DCT is not that smooth with clunky changes at lower speeds and occasionally not sure which gear it wants to be in

Ride quality & brakes 5 out of 5

Very comfortable riding position and comfy seating for the passenger which you don't get on a lot of bikes these days

Engine 5 out of 5

Smooth low revving and is quick despite using the NC700 engine

Reliability & build quality 5 out of 5

Never let me down and is easy to maintain

Value vs rivals 4 out of 5

Self serviced which is fairly easy to do with a bit of know how

Equipment 4 out of 5

The DCT is it's best feature although my particular Integra had clunky gearing not sure if the previous owner had been a little rough with the bike

Buying experience: From a dealer whom was not the best I paid the advertised price of £3999

5 out of 5 Honda NC700D integra review 2013 model
16 September 2020 by Thomas01389

Version: NC700D

Year: 2013

Annual servicing cost: £120

Fuel economy on this model is excellent I’m averaging 85 miles per gallon - the duel clutch transmission is good as are the combined anti lock brakes - the digital instrument cluster is nice - on the negative side the rather cheap box steel swing arm looks awful and the standard windshield is too low and narrow.

Ride quality & brakes 5 out of 5

I never carry a pillion passenger however the standard forks and rear shocker do the job adequately

Engine 5 out of 5

Nice torquey parallel twin engine with a good sound from the exhaust muffler which incidentally is stainless steel

Reliability & build quality 5 out of 5

No reliability issues whatsoever and my particular bike was manufactured in Japan to a high quality

Value vs rivals 4 out of 5

I generally service my own bikes - genuine honda parts can be rather expensive - fuel economy is excellent

Equipment 3 out of 5

The basic bike has little or no extras - after market items like heated grips and luggage are expensive - my bike came with full genuine colour matched luggage however it costs well over one thousand pounds to buy

Buying experience: I bought from a franchised dealer in Ayrshire Scotland - the price advertised was £3995 however I clinched a deal at £3800 - a one owner bike with under 2500 miles on the odometer with full honda luggage

4 out of 5 Fabulous and Under-rated!
04 July 2016 by StuartW

Year: 2012

Annual servicing cost: £120

Set up with panniers and top box this makes an awsome and comfortable touring machine. Very comfortable, great weather protection and smooth power delivery. The Dual Clutch Transmission is simply first rate in all modes. Only slight niggle is the tank/storage space on the NC 700 S and X has been removed which is a bit odd, as it is far too tall for a step through anyway.

Ride quality & brakes 5 out of 5

This is a great all round bike. It soaks up the bumps easily and always keeps you stable and confident. The rider could stay on between fills, but the pillion is more limited and would recommend limiting to 45-60 minutes between breaks.

Engine 4 out of 5

This engine is designed to do everything well with great economy. Power delivery is very smooth, whether easing it through traffic or pulling smartly away from the lights, and plenty of mid range torque for mid-range acceleration. The DCT makes it so easy to drop a gear or two and take off, which makes up for the overall lack of power.

Reliability & build quality 4 out of 5

Bullet proof mechanically. Build quality excellent for a reasonable price. If you want to play two or three times more you can get better, but at a huge cost.

Value vs rivals 5 out of 5

Extremely good value for money new, and even better second hand. The claim of 80 mpg - is easily achievable without compromise on riding. Much much cheaper than a mid range Tourer or a Maxi Scoot.

Equipment 5 out of 5

For this price you get a full flappy paddle dual clutch transmission, ABS and brake distribution, lots of weather protection and comfy ride. It might be nice to have some clever computer data or heated grips, but you can upgrade if you want to.

Buying experience: Bought from t-Moto in Weston Super Mare - they seemed very straight and open.

5 out of 5 Integra 700
12 September 2013 by

I have owned this bike since September 2012 and I can honestly say that I am very happy with it. I had a 2011 HRC Fireblade before this and also a Suzuki Burgman AN650 Executive, before the Burgman I had a Honda Deauville NT650(the Deauville and then the Burgman were bought for 40 miles commutes from Romford to Kent). I found that I was using the Burgman a lot more often than the blade, because it was so much more practical and comfortable to ride. Last year I decided to sell the Fireblade because I had only covered 500 miles on it and I had owned it for just over a year. I contacted my local dealer and negotiated and I was able to do a straight swap for the Integra, in the colour which I wanted, which was Candy Graceful Red. I decided on the Integra because it combines the comfort and protection of a scooter and the ride and handling of a motorcycle. I had a demo ride on a NC700X DCT, because none of my local dealers had an Integra demo bike available. I liked the NC700X, but I thought that it did not provide enough weather protection and the padding in the seat was a bit too firm. 1. The DCT in a word is excellent, I know that some people will argue and disagree, but I think that Honda should make DCT an option on all of their larger capacity bikes. 2. I disagree with MCN, the bike has plenty of torque and I know that off the line, this bike will keep up with most sportsbikes. Most people think that bhp is important, when it comes to acceleration, when in actual fact it is torque that matters when it comes to acceleration. BHP is for top speed, the more bhp, the higher top speed. 3. Top end speed is not everything and the top speed of this bike is more than enough for UK roads. The NC range are all built in Japan. I have owned mostly sportsbikes, ever since I passed my test in 2003. I have owned a CBR600F, CBR600RR7, CBR1000RR6 and CBR1000RRB HRC. before buying the CBR1000RRB, I tried out the then new crossplane crank Yamaha R1, but I decided that the bike was not good around town and you really needed to rev the bike a lot to get the power out of it. The CBR1000RR felt more powerful.

Ride quality & brakes 5 out of 5
Engine 5 out of 5
Reliability & build quality 5 out of 5
Value vs rivals 5 out of 5
Equipment 4 out of 5
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