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Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by cabanza, Jan 5, 2013.
Looks similar to this:
Not at all. It looks like an overgrown PCX 150.
A few pics for the weekend...
Plus it going to be at lest 6 grand here in canada. More then the near honda 500 and just under what nc700x cost in the usa
Honda announced the CTX line (2 new motorcycles) but no Forza 300 yet. C'mon, Honda! Make a litte effort here!
Really nice dash:
* Engine: 279cc, 4-valve, 4-stroke, SOHC, liquid cooled single
* Power: 24.5 HP @ 8250 RPM, 19 ft-lbs torque @ 6000 RPM
* Compression: 10.5:1
* Bore x stroke: 72 x 68.5 mm
* Fuel system: PGM-Fi electronic fuel injection
* Wet weight: 194 kg (428 lbs)
* Seat height: 28.2”
* Wheelbase: 60.9”
* Front suspension: 35mm hydraulic fork
* Rear suspension: Dual shocks
* Tires: 120/70-14 (front), 140/70-13 (rear)
* Front brakes: 256 mm disc, ABS standard, dual piston with Combined Braking System
* Rear brakes: 240mm disc ABS standard, single piston with CBS
* Fuel capacity: 11.6 liters (3 gallon)
Several websites report a gas mileage of 70 to 72 mpg.
I want one.
For all of you Kymco freaks:
As a smaller yet capable maxi-scooter, the Forza competes with only a few other modern scooters in blending touring comforts with miserly fuel milage. The most direct competition to the Forza is Kymco’s Downtown 300i, which targets the same growing niche. These two machines perhaps represent the future of maxi-scooters, as the comforts of bigger machines trickle down into more fuel efficient yet still capable scooters. Comparatively, the Downtown 300i is the more powerful machine (29 hp vs. 24.5 hp) but that is also reflected in the fuel milage (~55mpg vs. 71mpg) so you’ll have to choose your trade off.
Source: Motor Scooter Guide
Ok, one more thing:
The Forza retails for about $5,300 in Thailand. ABS is standard.
I got an average of 60MPG after 75 fuel-ups, 70% of the mileage done
with a malossi sports variator (read: revving it's nuts off). Mostly stop&go
traffic, and I usually warm the bike up before riding when it's cold outside.
I had a couple of 65-73MPG tanks on a stock bike.
You are to Kymco what I am to Honda...
Oh I'm a Honda fanboy too.
That's my first go-to brand.. if I could ever afford the one I like.
Like the NC700 Integra right now..
I don't know. The X10 doesn't really do it for me... Should be a great scooter though.