This maxi-scooter from Honda is very important throughout the markets worldwide. Now, Honda will finally launch the 745cc variant to Europe, joining the Forza 125 and 350.
Maybe one of the motivations is the huge popularity of the Honda X-ADV model on which Forza 750 is largely based upon. Essentially, it is a city variant of the X-ADV.
So, what are the features of the new Forza 750? It has aluminium swingarm, tubular steel frame, front fender (like the X-ADV). Also, it has a bit different bodywork and style, as well as no long-travel suspension. The seat height is 31 inches (79 cm).
Honda Forza 750 features a 745cc parallel-twin engine that produces 57,8 horsepower at 6750 rpm and 50,9 lb-ft at 4750 rpm. It features a dual-clutch transmission, and the engine itself has a modification so it can comply with the Euro 5 emission standards.
You will be able to ride it for 230 miles (370 kilometres) on a full 3,5-gallon fuel tank (13,25 litres). Also, you will be able to change between three ride modes: standard, sport, and rain; with an ability to customize the riding modes further. Of course, the new Forza 750 features the Honda Selectable Torque Control, the Honda’s signature traction control.
Other features include:
- LED headlight and taillight
- Claimed curb weight of 518 pounds (235 kilograms)
- Under-seat storage
- 5-inch color TFT display
- Honda Smartphone Control system
Right now, we don’t know the price of the new Forza 750. Based on the X-ADV model, it should be a bit cheaper than €11,415 ($13,449/£10,349).
Source: Web Bike World