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2018 Honda Forza

2018 Honda Forza
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  • Honda Forza
  • Year:
    2018
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    single cylinder
  • Displacement:
    279 cc
  • Top Speed:
    80 mph
  • Price:

Back From A Trip To Fat Camp, More Compact And Maneuverable

The Forza family moves into its 18th year with the refurbished Forza 300 that brings revised dimensions and updated looks together for an overall sportier package. Pilot comfort gets a boost from the new, electrically-adjustable windshield, and safety got a buff as well with the addition of the Honda Selectable Torque Control. That’s right folks; this here is the first scooter to be blessed thusly by the factory, and that makes this ride very special indeed. Throw the 25-horsepower engine into the mix and it becomes apparent that the new Forza is both a worthy successor to the previous generation and a very definite threat to the rest of the mid-displacement scooter field.

Continue reading for my review of the Honda Forza.

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2018 Honda Forza

2018 Honda Forza

Back From A Trip To Fat Camp, More Compact And Maneuverable

The Forza family moves into its 18th year with the refurbished Forza 300 that brings revised dimensions and updated looks together for an overall sportier package. Pilot comfort gets a boost from the new, electrically-adjustable windshield, and safety got a buff as well with the addition of the Honda Selectable Torque Control. That’s right folks; this here is the first scooter to be blessed thusly by the factory, and that makes this ride very special indeed. Throw the 25-horsepower engine into the mix and it becomes apparent that the new Forza is both a worthy successor to the previous generation and a very definite threat to the rest of the mid-displacement scooter field.

Continue reading for my review of the Honda Forza.

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2015 - 2016 Honda Forza

2015 - 2016 Honda Forza

Plenty Of Underseat Storage

Honda put together the Forza to bridge the gap between its small-displacement scoots, such as the PCX and Metropolitan, and the much larger Silver Wing. It brings a modern, 300-ish cc powerplant and sleek modern design together for the scooter-commuter folks looking for something other than the typical 60s vintage retro rides. The factory built in a number of safety- and comfort-related features meant to endear it to the more progressive sector of the scooter market, and it all comes together in a rather sporty-looking package that seems to borrow heavily from the sport/streetbike division. Production ceased in ’16, but it is still worth a mention in the 300 cc market.

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2014 Honda Forza

2014 Honda Forza

Meet the 2014 Honda Forza, a modern scooter built with comfort, agility and practicality in mind. The new 2014 Honda Forza has the capacity to carry up to two people and is propelled by a 279cc, liquid-cooled, single cylinder, SOHC, four stroke engine which is controlled by a convenient automatic transmission.

For enhanced comfort, the scooter’s engine is mounted low into the frame and comes with a lower link that minimizes vibration and dampens jarring bumps.

You also get a set of plush suspensions that consist of a front 35 mm telescopic fork (3.7 inches of wheel travel) and a twin rear shock (3.8 inches travel).

The 2014 Honda Forza is offered in two versions, namely the base model and the ABS model. The first comes with a price tag of $5,599, while the latter can be yours for $6,099.

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2014 Honda Forza

2014 Honda Forza

The Honda Forza has recently entered on the North American market. The scooter is offered with a starting price of $10,000 and is powered by a 279 cc, liquid-cooled, SOHC, four-valve engine which is paired with a V-Matic automatic transmission.

The engine cranks out a maximum power of 24.5 HP and 19 ft-lbs of torque which is more than enough to help you a get close to 100 mph without any problems. This means that the scooter is able to deal pretty good with highway traffic too.

Honda is designing maxi scooters for quite some time now and its long experience help it learn how to smartly maximize the storage places. Thereby, the Honda Forza features a fairly spacious under seat compartment paired with a decently sized glovebox that can be found up front. Moreover, the front left nook is lockable and contains a 12V accessory socket.

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2008 Honda FORZA (ABS)

2008 Honda FORZA (ABS)

Honda Motor Co., Ltd. announced that it will launch full model changes for the FORZA Z and the FORZA Z ABS on Tuesday, December 25. The FORZA scooter series has won Honda many fans with their sporty styling and advanced electronic features, including the Honda S-Matic electronically controlled automatic transmission, and the Honda Smart Card Key System, which allows the rider to start the engine without key operation.
Powered by a newly designed four-valve single-cylinder engine, the (...)

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