Honda launched the new 2021 Forza 750 in Europe, which comes with a 2-cylinder engine, up to 58 HP of maximum power and DCT (Dual Clutch Transmission) gearbox.
The new model is the third member of the Forza scooter family, which already has the Forza 125 and Forza 300 (the latter has just been replaced by the new Forza 350).
The new 2021 Honda Forza 750 is a Maxi and GT scooter, offering plenty of comfort and space for rider and passenger. The body is slim and sporty, which provides good aerodynamic protection and performance on the road.
The design has lines reminiscent of the Forza 300, but the optical set has its own characteristics, with separate headlights and two LED lines for daytime running lighting. The turn signals are already embedded in the side fairings.
The Forza 750 has a keyless start and the instrument panel is fully digital in 5-inch colored TFT. In addition, there is a connection with Smartphone (Honda Smartphone Voice Control), which allows voice management of calls, e-mail, music and navigation. A helmet-mounted headset is required and the smartphone connects to the panel via Bluetooth.
Mechanics and accessories
The mechanics is not new, it is already present in the adventurous scooter X-ADV, that is, it is a 745 cm³ 2-cylinder, capable of generating up to 58 HP of maximum power and 6.93 kgfm / 69Nm of torque. There is an option of 35 kW (47 HP), aimed at pilots with A2 license in Europe.
As mentioned, it has an automated dual clutch transmission (DCT – Dual Clutch Transmission), instead of the traditional CVT used in scooters. It is possible to change gears manually, using ‘paddle-shift’ triggers on the left handle.
The 2021 Forza 750 uses a diamond-style tubular steel chassis, 41 mm inverted front suspension, Pro-Link rear suspension, aluminum rear scale, radially mounted four-piston front brake calipers, 310 mm discs, aluminum wheels 17″ / 15″ and tires with dimensions 120/70-17 and 160/60-15.
In addition, accessories are offered: heated grips, upper/lower leg deflectors, leg cover, rear carrier, 50L Smart top box, 38L top box with aluminium/colour matched insert option, Pannier stays, right 26L, left 33L with aluminium/colour matched insert option.
The 2021 Honda Forza 750 will compete with Yamaha TMax (560 cc) and Suzuki Burgman 650, among others.