Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd recently announced the deliveries of four maxi scooter to the customers who had pre-booked the model. Along with the announcement, the company also revealed the honda forza 300 launch date in India which is scheduled for early 2021. The Maxi scooter will be one of its kind offering and the brand’s new flagship scooter. Let’s check all the details that you should know about the honda maxi scooter.
Honda Forza 300 Design and Look
Honda Maxi Scooter is feature-loaded & observes quite a head turns on the road. The design is similar to that of the other maxi-scooters but with the added sport look. The look from the front is incomplete without the twin headlamps. The Forza also sports a wide & comfortable yet stylish single seat making things comfortable for the rider and the riding along guest. The specs also host other features including an adjustable screen up to 140 mm, the full LED lighting, a semi-digital instrument console & a Honda Smart Key.
The Dimension and Powertrain
The Honda Forza 300 estimates 2142 mm long, 754 mm in width, 1471 mm in tallness and a wheelbase of 1510 mm. The seats height estimates 780 mm and the ground leeway remains at 144 mm. The fuel tank limit is 11.5 liters and guarantees a scope of around 350 km. The Forza 300 is controlled by a 279cc, fluid cooled, fuel-infused, four-valve motor that produces 24.8 bhp at 7000 rpm. The maxi scooter is said to launch with an fuel tank capacity of 1.7-liters and a 5 mm balance chamber. The maxi scooter weights 182 kg and can store two full-face head helmets in the under-seat extra room. The Forza 300 rides on 15-inch front and 14-inch back compound wheels, while the braking set-up incorporates 256 mm front circle and a 240 mm back plate brake with double channel ABS.
Honda Forza 300 Cost in India
Honda has yet not announced the prices for its new maxi scooter. However, the brand’s new max scooter will launch at a very high price. The expected Honda Forza 300 price in India to start around ₹ 2.5-3 lakh (ex-showroom), which makes the scooter quite more expensive than the Honda CB300R price which is between ₹2.41 lakhs – ₹2.44 lakhs.