The under seat storage is especially designed to carry two full face helmets and it can be opened using the new optional smart key
Honda Forza is one of the most popular scooters from the company in European market. The Forza is famous for its querky looks and impressive practicality which is unmatched by its rivals. But the Forza didn’t have a direct rival in the European market as other companies haven’t tried out the idea of maxi-scooter but Suzuki will soon introduce its competitor.
The Forza design remains unchanged for the new model as the changes are only small. Honda has given new windscreen which can be controlled electronically using the button on the handlebar. The windscreen is designed to reduce resistance on the rider. Honda has also given LED indicators on the mirror which is placed on the either side of visor.
Honda also updated the instrument cluster as it comes with analog speedometer and odometer with a digital screen in the middle which gives lots of information for the rider. The company has also given different riding modes which can be controlled from the buttons on handle bar and this information is displayed on the instrument cluster.
The Forza is known for its impressive under storage space as the company increased it to 45 litres on the new model. The under seat storage is especially designed to carry two full face helmets and it can be opened using the new optional smart key. Honda is also offering accessories on Forza which will help further increase practicality.
Honda Forza is powered by 124 cc single cylinder engine with fuel injection producing 14.75 bhp of power at 8,750 rpm and 12.5 Nm of torque at 8,250 rpm. This engine is mated to automatic gearbox. The company has given 256 mm front disc brake and 240 mm disc at the rear. Honda has given 120/70 section tyre at front and 140/70 section tyre at the rear.
The Forza comes with 15 inch wheels at front and 14 inch wheels at rear. Honda has given telescopic front suspension and twin shocks at the rear. The company is offering Forza in three dual tone colour options and the sales has already begun for the new model. Honda has sold more than 30,000 units of Forza in Europe since its launch in 2015.