Introduced globally in 2021, the Forza 750 is Honda’s largest scooter alongside the X-ADV. The Forza 750 is also the latest model in the Forza lineup, following the Forza 350.
The Honda Forza 750 was previously recognized by the Red Dot Award for the most beautiful motorcycle design of 2021, and now the Japanese manufacturer has released an upgraded version for 2023.
Similar to its predecessor, the 2023 Honda Forza 750 is produced at Honda’s factory in Italy and then distributed to various markets around the world, including Vietnam. Recently, a batch of the 2023 Honda Forza 750 has arrived in Vietnam. The price of this Maxi-Scooter in Vietnam has not yet been announced by the importing and distributing unit.
The Honda Forza 750 has a more muscular and angular design, with sporty details from front to rear. The highlight of the bike is the inverted USD front forks with a 41 mm diameter and a 120 mm stroke. It incorporates a 2-channel ABS anti-lock braking system and Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) traction control system.
The bike is equipped with 17-inch front and 15-inch rear wheels. The braking system comes from the Nissin brand. In addition, the bike features a 2-channel ABS anti-lock braking system and Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) traction control system.
The Forza 750 shares its engine with its “sibling” X-ADV, a 745cc SOHC parallel-twin engine. This engine produces a maximum power of 58 horsepower at 6,750 rpm and a peak torque of 69 Nm at 4,750 rpm, combined with a 6-speed DTC transmission and 3 riding modes.
The Honda Forza 750 has dimensions of 2,220 x 790 x 1,350 (mm) in length, width, and height, with a ground clearance of 135 mm and a weight of 235 kg. The fuel tank can hold up to 13.2 liters of gasoline. In addition to the two front storage compartments, the main storage compartment of the Honda Forza 750 is located under the seat and has a capacity of up to 22 liters. Other convenient features include a 5-inch TFT touch screen, smart key system, and USB charging port.
Luân Võ (forum.autodaily.vn)