2014 Honda Forza - Review

To freak out the urban world.

To take urban pleasure to the next level, the most reputed two-wheeler brand in the world, Honda Powersports, has wrapped off the cover of the all new updated 2014 Forza. The Forza is one hell of a scooter that is comprised of fun, convenient and practical. Along with its beauty, this machine allows you to freak out in the streets and cities. Of course, the Forza is quiet more than mere freaking. It is much more than that. Let's have a keen look at it.

The Forza looks extremely hot just as a hot chick. With its dashing dual headlamps accompanied by each turn indicator just above each headlamp lights up the way it passes through. The curved windscreen is the another highlighting part of the scooter. There nothing stunning with the paint job. With a plane shade the scooter itself stands out in the crowd. The split seat is simply super that resembles a high-end sport scooter. The Forza is available only in a single color – Red. And the blacked parts matching the red shade quiet beautifully makes the scooter to be looked even more times.

2014 Honda Forza

Engine and Performance
It is powered by a 279cc liquid-cooled single cylinder four-stroke engine. Delivering a peak power of 24 hp @ 8250 rpm and a peak torque of 19 ft-lbs @ 6000 rpm the scooter ensure one of the best in class performances. It is mated with Honda V-Matic belt-converter continuously variable automatic transmission.

The engine is superb indeed. You can't just complaint anything. The vibration is least and there is enough control. You can clock to 50 mph quiet easily. You may enjoy riding the scooter between 60 and 65 mph speed. The Forza is possibly runnable at 80 mph.

2014 Honda Forza

Riding Comfort
A couple can enjoy on the Forza to the fullest. Specially designed split seat with slight separation ensures the right seat position for both rider and pillion. The scooter is not just for city and short rides, but for long trips as well. It is equipped with a 35mm telescopic fork at front and a Twin shock at rear to activate best in class suspension. And the patented double tubular steel backbone frame works for stability in every condition and thus ensures maximum confidence to the rider. Above all, its single 256mm disc with twin-piston caliper with CBS at front and single 240mm disc with single-piston caliper with CBS at rear puts best in class friction to stop the scooter even in high speeds.

The Forza is said to give back 68 MPG under standard conditions, which is quiet cool for a machine in this class.

2014 Honda Forza

Opening up the seat upward, you could see a vast space where you can simply place 2 full-faced helmets. The multifunctional meter console comprised of speedometer, odometer, tachometer, A&B trip meters, fuel gauge, clock, average fuel consumption meter, PGM-FI Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) Coolant temperature gauge, low oil pressure indictor, ABS indicator (where applicable), parking brake indicator, and oil change indicator stands up to the present generation scootering.

The Forza has certainly kept the reputation of Honda. Starting at $5,599, the scooter is one of the coolest choice for those who wanna freak out the urban culture. Yep! There is Convenient, Practical, and Fun with the 2014 Forza.

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Last updated on 01-01-2014. Published on 01-01-2014.
Published by BikeDunia in category Reviews

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