- Honda Forza 750 breaks cover
- Uses a 745cc, parallel-twin engine
- Unlikely to be launched in India
Honda has been teasing the launch of its new maxi-scooter, the Forza 750 for a while now and has finally unveiled it for the European market.
The Honda Forza 750 is the biggest model in the Forza family of scooters. It is powered by a Euro 5-compliant 745cc, parallel-twin engine that has been borrowed from the X-ADV scooter. This motor churns out 58bhp of power at 6,750rpm and 68.9Nm of peak torque at 4,750rpm. Moreover, the engine comes mated to a dual-clutch transmission (DCT) and Honda says that the Forza 750 has been tuned for a punchy low to mid-range.
As for its design, the maxi-scooter gets sharp styling that comes with many lines and creases on its bodywork. It also gets features like the Honda Selectable Torque Control also seen on the H’ness CB350 along with four riding modes- Standard, User, Rain, and Sport. Additionally, it is equipped with a five-inch TFT instrument cluster, smart key ignition, USB charging port as well as Honda Smartphone Voice Control
While the Forza 750 is a tasteful looking scooter loaded with features, it is unlikely to make its way to India anytime soon as the market isn’t ready for a scooter with such high capacity. Secondly, it would be difficult for Honda to price it competitively in the country without heavy localization.