Motorcycle Types Cruiser Honda Unveils the 2014 CTX Series (CTX700, CTX700N)

Honda Unveils the 2014 CTX Series (CTX700, CTX700N)

2014 Honda Motorcycle News

This week, Honda reported it’s releasing a new series for 2014 – the CTX, which stands for “Comfort, Technology and eXperience.”

The CTX lineup will feature the same parallel twin that is featured in the NC700X, which also returns in 2013 with two new color changes.

The series will feature a few different models – CTX700N, the CTX700ND (Dual Clutch Automatic Transmission), the CTX700 and the CTX700D (Dual Clutch Automatic Transmission).

The CTX700N and CTX700ND feature standard cruiser styling, while the CTX700 and CTX700D take the basic model, and add a fairing, windscreen and some hard bags to enhance touring capabilities.

Following is the information on each bike from Honda:

2014 Honda CTX700N and CTX700ND

The brilliance of Honda engineering shines once again in the form of the 2014 CTX700N. This is a bike specifically engineered to make motorcycling more approachable, affordable and fun than ever before.

Thanks to a low seat height of only 28.3 inches, riders can quickly get acclimated to life in the saddle. Honda’s acclaimed automatic Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) provides either a fully automatic mode or the option of more active gear selection via “paddle-shift” type buttons on the handlebar, and the DCT version also comes with Honda’s Antilock Braking System (ABS).

The 670cc parallel-twin engine features cylinders canted 62 degrees forward for better weight distribution and a lower center of gravity for nimble handling. This smooth-running fuel-injected engine pumps out loads of low-end and midrange torque to simplify taking off from stops even with the optional six-speed manual gearbox, and there’s enough power on tap for wherever the road may lead.

Beneath the fuel tank cover there’s a handy glove box area, and the fuel is carried beneath that. All in all, the CTX700N/ND are amazingly affordable, friendly and comfortable bikes that are perfect for everyday rides, weekend trips, two-up exploring or just about anything else you can dream up.


  • 2014 CTX700N: $6999
  • 2014 CTX700ND: $7999 (DCT/ABS)


  • Spring 2013

2014 CTX700 and CTX700D

Made for travel with an efficient fairing and windscreen, the CTX700 boasts features that make it an ideal partner for exploring all that the open road can offer. It starts with great rider accommodations, thanks in large part to a comfy seat that’s only 28.3 inches high—a handy aid around town.

Then there’s the powerful, smooth-running 670cc engine with its twin cylinders canted 62 degrees forward for better weight distribution and a lower center of gravity for nimble handling.

There’s also the option of an easy-to-use automatic Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) or a standard six-speed manual; the DCT allows riders to instantly choose between a fully automatic mode or the option of more active gear selection via “paddle-shift” type buttons on the handlebar.

Better yet, the CTX700D also comes equipped with Honda’s Antilock Braking System. With its broad power curve, light and nimble handling, roomy riding accommodations and smooth engine, the CTX700/CTX700D excels at long-range travel, but these qualities also make it a terrific weekend warrior or daily rider. With all this and more, all in a very affordable package, get out and see that destination you’ve been wanting to visit—on the Honda CTX700/CTX700D.


  • 2014 CTX700: $7799 (ABS)
  • 2014 CTX700D: $8799 (DCT, ABS)


  • Spring 2013

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