- Middle class scooter reissued
- Engine also thoroughly revised
- Forza 300 from 5,875 euros
- Updates at a glance
For the 2018 model year, Honda has given the Forza 300 numerous updates.
The mid-range scooter made its debut in 2000.
LED lighting is new.
Two helmets can be stored in the helmet compartment of the 2018 model.
It will be available in four colors. You can see the color here "Matt Pearl Cool White".
This color variant is called "Pearl Nightstar Black.
The third color variant is called "Matt Cynos Gray Metallic".
Last but not least: the Honda Forza 300 in the color "Crescent Blue Metallic".
The instruments of the new model have also been revised.
A top case is now standard on board.
The design has become more modern compared to its predecessor.
Various changes can be made using switches on the handlebar. There are a total of three display modes that can be shown on the display. The traction control can also be switched on and off using a switch on the handlebar.
The new Honda Forza 300 should be available from September 2018.
Honda has not given any information about the price.
Honda Forza 300 (2018)
Middle class scooter reissued
The Honda Forza 300 saw the light of day back in 2000. In the 2018 model year, the Honda scooter was completely revised and received numerous updates.
F.For the 2018 model year, Honda has carefully tied the middle-class Forza 300 scooter and given it some updates. Compared to its predecessor, the new model is lighter, more compact, sportier and also looks much more modern. Otherwise, Honda has given the Forza 300 an electrically adjustable windshield, LED lights, new instruments, traction control and the so-called "Smart key system" compatible top case, which is now available as standard. In addition, the seat height has been increased by 62 mm to 780 mm. There is also a 12-volt on-board socket in the storage compartment, which is located in the front left panel.
Engine also thoroughly revised
The engine of the Honda Forza 300 has also been redesigned. The liquid-cooled four-stroke single-cylinder engine with 279 cm³ develops 25 hp at 7,000 rpm. The maximum torque is 27.2 Nm at 7,750 rpm. The tank holds 11.5 liters. According to the manufacturer, consumption should be 3.2 liters per 100 kilometers. With a full tank, the new Forza weighs 182 kilograms and is therefore 12 kilograms lighter than the previous model. Thanks to the technical updates and the lighter weight, the handling and driving dynamics of the 2018 model should have improved. Honda states that it accelerates from 0 to 200 meters in 11.1 seconds. The Forza reaches a top speed of 129 km / h. With the previous model it was 11.4 seconds and 127 km / h.
Forza 300 from 5,875 euros
Two helmets can now be stored in the helmet compartment.
The Honda Forza 300 will be available in four color options: Crescent Blue Metallic, Pearl Nightstar Black, Matt Cynos Gray Metallic and Matt Pearl Cool White. The price for the Honda Forza 300, which will be available from September, is 5,875 euros plus 315 euros for ancillary costs. In addition, Honda offers a wide range of practical accessories for the Forza 300: for example, rear luggage racks, inner pockets, heated grips and an alarm system can be retrofitted.
Updates at a glance
- Electrically adjustable windshield
- Revised cockpit with analog and digital displays
- Storage space for two full-face helmets under the seat
- LED lighting technology
- Adjustable HSTC traction control (Honda Selectable Torque Control) as standard
- Traction control can be switched off via a switch on the handlebar
- New tubular steel chassis (12 kilograms lighter than the previous model)
- Shorter wheelbase for improved handling
- More compact external dimensions in connection with a higher seating position
- Cast aluminum rims for both wheels
- Rear wheel now 14 inches
- Improved consumption
- Higher top speed
- Improved acceleration
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