The Honda Forza 750 is the new top-of-the-range maxi-scooter, equipped with a twin-cylinder of 58 hp and sophisticated technology.
Honda presents a new maxi-scooter with the Forza 750, the new top-of-the-range model of the family which already includes the 125 and 350 versions. Close to the other scooters in the range, the X-ADV and Integra, it retains the engine, the double-clutch DCT gearbox and has electronic equipment and driving assistance.
While the Forza is the best-selling scooter, in the higher category of maxi-scooters, it is the Yamaha T-Max 560 who takes the top step of the podium. This Forza 750 is therefore an opportunity for Honda to capitalize on the success of its lower category scooters to attack this market leader!
New top of the range
The difference between a scooter and a maxi-scooter like this new Honda Forza 750 is that the latter category is really close to the motorcycle in its electronic equipment. It is only in the form that things are different.
The engine therefore comes unsurprisingly from the other X-ADV and Integra scooters, as well as the NC750 hybrid. The newcomer therefore completes the Forza family of scooters, consisting of the renewed 125 and the new 350, which replaces the 300.
The Honda Forza 750 is powered by the liquid-cooled 745 cc Euro 5 “long stroke” parallel twin, which delivers 58.6 hp at 6,750 rpm and 69 Nm of torque at 4,750 rpm. It can also rely on electronic driver assistance systems typical of a motorcycle.
Honda has also made a 35 kW (48 hp) flanged version available for those who only have an A2 license or do not need full power.
The Honda Forza 750 has a tubular steel frame with a steel diamond frame.
The Showa suspension features a 41mm Separate Fork Function (SFF) BP (Big Piston) inverted front fork and a preload adjustable spring shock at the rear, connected to the aluminum swingarm by the Pro architecture. Link.
The braking system with 2-channel ABS consists of radial-mounted 4-piston calipers at the front with 310mm floating discs and a 1-piston caliper, and a 240mm disc at the front. ‘back.
The 17 “front and 15” rear light-alloy wheels are fitted with 120/70 and 160/60 lowered sport tires, respectively. The height of the seat from the ground is 790 mm, which makes it possible to move a scooter that weighs 235 kg when full.
Colors and accessories
The Honda Forza 750 is available in four colors: Jeans Blue Metallic, Candy Chromosphere Red, Matte Beta Silver Metallic and Graphite Black, with a touch of sportiness thanks to black painted rims.
Honda has made available a wide range of optional accessories, such as heated grips, upper and lower aero deflectors, leg cover, rear rack, smart Top-Box, side bag supports 26 liters (right) and 33 liters (left).
The Forza 750 will arrive in Honda dealerships in December, but pricing has yet to be announced.