Say Hello To The Tech-dripping And Feature-laden 2021 Honda Forza 750 Grand Touring Maxi-scooter.

Posted On : 16-10-2020


If your idea of grand touring is limited to big cruisers and goliath rivaling sports tourers- the 2021 Honda Forza 750 is here to smash that notion. It rather won’t be out of place to say that the Forza 750 is a revamped Honda Integra with added tech at the helm.


It shares the same parallel-twin motor from the Honda Integra 750 except that it’s now Euro 5 compliant, cranking out 58 hp @ 6750 rpm as compared to 54 on the Integra. Torque is also up by an extra newton meter to 69 nm @ 4750 rpm.

The 6-speed DCT (dual-clutch transmission) has been retained, offering convenience to the rider of an automatic as well as manual shifting. But the 2021 Honda Forza 750 ups the game with its electronic package. It features three-stage Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC)- traction control in simple terms and four riding modes viz. Standard, Rain, Sport, and a user-customizable mode.


Fueling is controlled through a ride by wire throttle and also features Honda Smartphone Voice Control system towards calls, messages, music, and navigation management. The cockpit comprises of a 5 inch TFT screen displaying every tell-tale information. Honda has provided smart-key based ignition and locking controls.


Considering its grand touring theme, the 2021 Honda Forza 750 boasts a long list of creature comforts. A wide contoured seat for both rider and pillion, spacious legroom, 22 litres of under-seat storage featuring a type-C socket and enough to swallow a large size helmet, a glove box to store small essentials, a tall touring windscreen, and a full set of LED lights. Honda is also offering a complete range of hard luggage as an accessory.

The 2021 Forza 750 stands suspended on gold anodized inverted forks with a pro-link mono-shock offering 120mm of travel mounted over a 17-inch front and 15 inch rear tyres. With dual-channel & braking duties taken care of by ABS-equipped twin 310mm front discs and 240mm single disc rear setup.

Currently confined to the European markets, the 2021 Forza 750 should see a global launch soon.


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