Honda Forza 350 Launched in Thailand

Date posted on July 19, 2020
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Honda has recently introduced the Forza 350 in the Thailand. The 2020 Honda Forza 350 gets new colors and is slighty bigger than the previous model and with a wider seat. It also gets a new more dyanmic headlamps.

2020 Honda Forza 350

It has an electrically adjustable windscreen that can be raised by 150 mm, a USB charger, a digital/analogue instrument panel, keyless ignition, all around LED lights (tail lamp, indicators and headlamp).

Electrically Adjustable Windshield
Digital/analog Instruments

The big underseat storage is capable of giving space to two helmets while the Touring Forza 350 variant comes with a top box as standard equipment.

New aggressive body panel and LED lamps

Its platform is constructed on a steel tubular frame suspended on telescopic front forks and twin adjustable shock absorbers at the back.

Disc brakes wih Dual Channel ABS

Wheel sizes are 15 inches at the front and 14 inches the rear. It equipped with disc brakes on both ends and a dual-channel ABS system.

329cc engine paired with CVT Transmission

The 329.6 cc single-cylinder four-value liquid-cooled engine has a maximum power output of 25.1 horsepower at 7,000 rpm and 27.2 Nm of peak torque at 5,750 rpm. It is connected to a CVT transmission with Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) system.


Prices are THB 173,500 (P267,000) for the Standard variant and THB 1,82,900 (P281,00) for the Touring model.

There is no official annoucemnet from Honda Philippines if this model will be launched in the Philippines.

What do you think of the new Honda Forza 350? Will you buy it?

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