Honda will release an updated version of their NSS Forza 125 for 2018, including tweaked styling, electrically adjustable screen, LED indicators, new instrumentation, two all-new colour options and increased under-seat storage space.
Honda have sold 30,000 Forzas since the scooter’s introduction in 2015, with the 2018 reboot concentrating on refining a winning formula, rather than reinventing it.
The engine and chassis remains unchanged, as will the 304-mile tank range.
Two full face helmets will fit under the seat of the new version, and an optional, Smart Key-operated 45-litre top box will also increase practicality.
The revised scoot's instrument cluster will include an analogue speedometer and rev-counter dials, flanking a digital display that can switch between 3 modes. The new display will be controlled via a switch on the handlebar, as will the new adjustable screen.
Honda hasn’t announced the release date for the new version yet.