New Honda Forza 350 debuts in Thailand

New Honda Forza 350 debuts in Thailand

KUALA LUMPUR: Honda stepped up its scooter game with the introduction of the Forza 350 back in 2018. The maxi-scooter has just received an update in the Thai market that revolves around the addition of new tech features and new colour options. The design and powertrain, on the other hand, remain unchanged.

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The model now features the Honda Smartphone Voice Control System that will allow the riders to answer calls and messages, use navigation, and listen to music while on the go. One can breeze these new functionalities with the function keys located on the left switchgear. Also part of the kit is a new twin-pod analogue instrument console that carries a digital inset positioned in between. 

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Speaking of the new colour choices, the standard trim comes in four shades - black, grey-black, red-black, and blue-black. The Forza 350 Roadsync, on the other hand, is available in black or grey-black with gold wheels. 

At its core lies the same 329.6-cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that churns out a maximum power output of 29.2 PS and a peak torque of 31.5 Nm. It is mated to a continuously variable transmission. 

As for suspension, the scooter continues with the same telescopic front fork, and twin rear shock absorbers. The braking duties are taken care of by disc brakes on both ends with dual-channel ABS as standard. 

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Other key highlights of the new Honda Forza 350 are:

  • LED headlights and LED pilot lamps
  • LED tail lights with an emergency stop signal.
  • 150 mm electronically adjustable windscreen
  • Under-seat storage enough to accommodate two helmets,
  • Honda Smart key with keyless ignition start 
  • USB charger
  • 15-inch front and 14-inch rear alloy wheels shod with 20-section and 140-section tubeless tyres, respectively
  • Traction control system

Prices for the 2021 Honda Forza 350 in Thailand start at THB 175,500 for the standard variant (almost RM 22,010) and THB 177,500 (RM 22,260) for the Roadsync variant.

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