Scooters remain the most popular segment among motorcycles, encompassing entry-level models for those who they start in the world of two wheels, they are automatic and more practical than other types of motorcycles. That is why the brands try to present alternatives in the different displacements to attract a larger public, something that Honda represents the Forza, which is available in 125, 350 and 750cc versions.
The Forza 750, Available since December for 11,350 euros, it is a completely new scooter. It is of considerable size, which provides legroom and protects both passengers against the wind.
In addition, it mounts a 750cc parallel twin-cylinder engine loaded with technology: electronic throttle, Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), dual clutch transmission (DCT) and multiple driving modes.
It is also a fairly practical model, since it has a 22 liter storage space –that allows to store a full face helmet -, it has a USB charger, the Honda Smart Key and the connectivity system with the phone Honda Smartphone Voice Control System (HSVCS).
His little brother is the Forza 350 (available this month for 5,950 euros), that has increased its displacement by 50cc and uses the new eSP + engine, with higher performance and faster response, as well as greater efficiency that allows it to homologate a consumption of 3.3 l / 100 km. This, added to its 11.5-liter tank, gives it a range of 340 kilometers. Another improvement is seen in the windshield, which can be adjusted by an additional 40 millimeters. Later it will incorporate the HSVCS system for mobile phones.
Finally, the Forza 125 (available this month for 5,175 euros) improves its aerodynamics, it equips the HSTC (Honda Selectable Torque Control) as standard and, as with the 350 model, it equips the Honda Smart Key system and has a space under the seat for two full face helmets, with USB charging socket included.