My 2014 Forza 300 was made in Thailand and held together with plastic rivets which almost all broke. I replaced them roofing screws with rubber grommets under the head. It was a poorly made expensive Honda of poor quality. BUT it has over 100,000 km on it now. It has some bad design decisions. To remove the rear wheel you also have to remove the exhaust and the false swing arm. The rear brake is almost impossible to inspect with an exhaust removal almost necessary. The front forks are only held on at the very top. There is very little suspension travel. Mine came with no oil in the forks which made for very bad handling. Adding oil improved it a lot. The Forza was expensive in Canada and it barely sold. They lowered the price and still it sat in the dealers. I got mine cheaper because the previous owner had it fall over in a parking lot. Our Government run insurance company wrote off a brand new, not even broken in scooter because it had bodywork scratches. The government also stole a billion dollars from the insurance company. The 2014 underseat storage is really two holes with a short passage way. My helmet fit in none of the holes so I put a 55 litre top box on the back. Riding a Forza is like riding a horse bareback. You have to learn to move with the fat assed bike. I think all of the Forza are made only in Thailand. My current top speed on the Forza is 130 km/hr indicated or probably 120 km/hr GPS. Not much considering it is a 300 (278 CC actually). At top speed it is an unstable ride considering only your hands are attached to the scooter with your ass bouncing off the seat while your feet search for the floor boards. I have ridden about 50 or 60 different motorcycles, lots of demo rides and owned a few. My 2014 Forza has 100,000 km on it and I like it BUT I would never consider it a great motorcycle. It scares me enough to keep me excited.