I think this is just the DCT model
I think your right about this one. the CTX700 doesn't have a six speed manual with abs. So that might be another trim we might be getting from Honda.I don't thinks so. Reread the article. It specifically states that it's a six-speed manual with ABS. I think that's the difference with the "T" designation. Without a letter designation, it's a standard tranny with standard brakes. With a "D" designation, it has both the DCT and ABS and with "T", one gets the ABS without the DCT.
My first thought was that this will be available in other markets. My guess would be that Honda will keep it from Americans (at least at first), so that they can persuade folks into choosing the DCT. You know--kind of holding ABS hostage so they can push the DCT. I think they want to kind of change our tastes for their future and ours. They need to build a high percentage of these in order to bring the cost per unit down. This way they can be more competitive on price, or conversely, start making more margin at the same price on the DCT models.
it would be a great trim as it combines some of the greatest things to have on a motorcycle. something to have loads of fun with and something that goes a long way in keeping you safe when riding.I think your right about this one. the CTX700 doesn't have a six speed manual with abs. So that might be another trim we might be getting from Honda.