Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has launched its first BS-VI compliant two-wheeler, the Activa 125. The new BS-VI Activa 125 packs several styling and mechanical enhancements over the BS-IV version, and we list out all those differences in this post.Also Read: Honda to import electric scooters to India next fiscal for a feasibility studyStylingThe BS-VI Activa 125 gets a sharper styling compared to the BS-IV model. Its revised front fascia features a new design for the headlamp. The headlight mask and the black panel above the illuminator, too, get new crease lines. The chrome garnishing on the apron also gets redesigned for a refreshed look. The front fender gets a styling upgrade too. Illumination tasks on the higher-spec model are performed by full-LED headlight with a restyled signature LED position lamp. Overall, the BS-VI Honda Activa comes with 26 new patent applications.The BS-VI Honda Activa 125 comes in three variants – Standard, Alloy and Deluxe. All three … [Read more...] about BS-VI Honda Activa 125 vs. BS-IV Honda Activa 125
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Honda has launched the 2019 Honda Forza 300 in Thailand at THB 1.69 lakh (INR 3.92 lakh). The price is the same as that of the MY2018 model. The premium scooter is available in four colour options including a new red-grey shade.The Honda Forza 300 is suspended over conventional telescopic fork up front and twin springs at the rear. The rear springs are not in the same league as the gas-charged units seen in Honda ADV 150, though. A large LED headlamp resides in the large front apron. An upwards swept rear end adds excitement to the overall attraction.In terms of features, the Honda Forza 300 gets an electronically adjustable windscreen with technology sourced from Italy. The Thai-spec model's windshield has a travel of 110 mm. In comparison, the UK-spec model boasts 140 mm of adjustability. The sporty premium scooter has disc brakes at both ends. Also, the premium tourer-centric scooter boasts Honda Selectable Traction Control (HSTC). The twin-pod instrumentation is … [Read more...] about 2019 Honda Forza 300 launched in Thailand, India next?
A recent report claimed that Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India will bring the Forza 300 maxi-scooter to our market by late-2019. It will arrive in India via the CBU route and could retail at a hefty ~INR 7 lakh (on-road, Delhi) price tag, becoming costlier than even some middleweight motorcycles. In this post, we bring you all the details about the Honda Forza 300.Also Read: Honda ADV 150 officially unveiled at GIIAS 2019Honda Forza 300 StylingThe maxi-scooter styling brings features such as a tall windscreen (electrically adjustable), spacious storage space and premium hardware to the Forza 300. The front fascia features an apron-mounted LED headlight. The rear-view mirrors get integrated turn indicators and they are installed on the apron, next to the windscreen. The cockpit includes a car dashboard-style, semi-digital layout that includes analogue tachometer and speedometer, while rest of the information like the fuel gauge, oil temperature, trip meters, odometer, range … [Read more...] about Honda Forza 300 maxi-scooter: All you need to know
PT Astra Honda Motor has officially launched the Honda Forza 250 scooter in Indonesia at the ongoing GIIAS 2018. Moreover, potential buyers can also order the Forza 250 at the Honda stand.The Honda Forza 250 is a maxi-scooter that will compete with the Yamaha XMAX 250. Notable features on the Forza 250 are an electrically adjustable windscreen, rear view mirror integrated turn indicators and a power outlet for smartphone charging. The scooter also comes with LED headlights, which should offer better visibility during night.The Honda Forza 250 features an analogue-digital instrument cluster which displays average fuel consumption, service warnings, air temperature, while the scooter gets a keyless system, a smart remote integrated alarm and an answer back system. Honda imports the Forza 250 from Thailand and has priced it at IDR 70 million. On the hand, the locally made Yamaha XMAX 250 is priced at IDR 57.8 million.The Honda Forza 250 sources power from a 249.01 cc, liquid-cooled, … [Read more...] about Honda Forza 250 scooter launched in Indonesia at the GIIAS 2018
Honda has updated its most popular offering, the Forza 125 for 2018. And it has received a host of styling and feature updates. In terms of mechanicals and performance, the powertrain will remain unchanged. The 2018 Honda Forza 125 scooter will come equipped with an electrically adjustable screen, LED indicators, new instrumentation, two all-new colour options, increased underseat storage space and an optional 45-litre smart fey-linked top box, states the Japanese two wheeler manufacturer. Honda states that the new screen is designed to provide wind protection (with airflow directed around and over the rider's head) and reduce wind noise. Further, to improve the stability at higher speeds on longer distances, the screen can be adjusted electrically with a switch on the left handlebar. The 2018 Honda Forza 125cc gets styling updates The under seat storage capacity of the 2018 Honda Forza 125 scooter has now been increased to 53.5 litrefrom 48 litres, that packs in two full-face helmets. … [Read more...] about Honda Forza 125 with updated styling revealed