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Honda reveals new & improved Forza 125, 350 & 750 scooters

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Honda has expanded its Forza family in the European market with the introduction of the Forza 750 scooter. The all-new flagship Forza 750 scooter now heads the Forxa 350 and Forza 125. Honda’s Forza range is famous for its styling, comfort, practicality, engine performance and advanced technologies as well as its road presence. Now, the entire range of Honda’s sports/GT Forza scooters receive 2021 updates making them even more desirable.

Honda Forza 750

The brand has introduced the ultimate Grand Touring scooter in the shape of the Forza 750. The large scooter features a 750cc parallel twin engine, from the Honda NC750. The Euro5 compliant motor makes 58 Hp of power and comes with an Automatic Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT). The rider also has the option to select gears from the paddle shifters on the left handlebar. The Forza 750 also gets an advanced electronics package that features throttle by wire, multiple engine modes, Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) etc.

The Honda Forza 750 features pure GT styling and offers a large fairing that offers protection from the weather as well as ample legroom and comfortable seating for two. The GT scooter also features Honda Smart Key, full LED lighting, USB charging, 22-litres of under seat storage, Honda Smartphone Voice Control system, a full colour TFT dashboard and riding modes – Standard, Rain and Sport.

Honda Forza 350

The Honda Forza 350 is the evolution of the Forza 300. The scooter features a 50cc upgrade, from the previous 279cc to 329cc. The single-cylinder, liquid-cooled motor produces 29.4 PS of power and 31.97Nm of torque. The Forza 350 comes with features such as new eSP+ (enhanced Smart Power)+, a stronger torque at the bottom-end of the revv range, Honda Selectable Torque Control (Traction Control) system, a new electrically adjustable windscreen with 40mm of height adjustment, Honda SMART Key / Honda SMART Controller, USB charging etc.

Honda Forza 125

The smallest in the Forza family comes with Euro5 engine updates on the 125cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled motor. The Forza 125 also gets Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), a new electric windscreen that offers 40mm of height adjustment, a few cosmetic updates and a new USB charger. Honda has not released prices on the 2021 Forza range yet.