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, single cylinder engine that develops 23.2 bhp of maximum power at 7,500 rpm and 24 Nm of peak torque at 6,250 rpm, mated to an automatic transmission. The scooter features 15-inch front and 14-inch rear alloy wheels that run on 120-section front and 140-section rear tubeless tires. Stopping power comes from disc brakes at both the ends with dual-channel ABS as standard.
Apart from the Honda Forza 250, PT Astra Honda Motor (AHM) has also introduced the Honda Super Cub 125 and the Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sport. While the Super Cub 125 is an iconic retro step-through moped, the Africa Twin is a cross-country adventure tourer. The Honda Super Cub 125 features a keyless system, semi-digital instrument cluster and LED headlights. The Africa Twin Adventure Sport gets fairing guards, an engine belly guard, and luggage panniers.
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