The Honda maxi-scooter features a three-stage traction control system and four riding modes.
The 2021 Honda Forza 750 has just been revealed and will be the two-wheeler maker’s flagship maxi-scooter for international markets. It sits above the Honda Forza 350 that was unveiled back in July 2020.
It uses a 745cc, twin-cylinder engine making 57hp and 69Nm
A 41mm USD fork takes care of suspension at the front
Features four riding modes and a three-stage traction control system
The Forza 750 maxi-scooter comes as a replacement for the Integra and looks quite striking, especially when viewed from the front. While it does share some styling elements with the 350, it appears to have a larger presence. Its length, long wheelbase and the stepped seat are all characteristics of a proper maxi-scooter.
The big scooter uses a Euro-5 (BS6) version of the 745cc, twin-cylinder engine found in the NC750, and makes 57hp and 69Nm of torque.
Another new feature is throttle by wire, which allows for three default rider modes – Rain, Standard and Sport. There is also a fourth customisable rider mode called User. Additionally, the 2021 Honda Forza 750 also gets a three-stage traction control system.
As far as equipment is concerned, the Honda Forza 750 maxi-scooter uses a tubular steel frame, aluminium swingarm, 41mm USD forks and radial-mount, four-piston brake calipers. The Forza 750 rides on 17-inch front and 15-inch rear wheel setup. As for the tyres, they are a girthy 120/70 at the front and a 160/60 at the rear.