Honda Scooter Range
Honda’s NSS300 Forza is the ideal all-round scooter boasting excellent build quality, fresh design and usable practicality perfect for both commuter travel and weekend highway trips.
The Forza name has long been a powerful force in Honda’s two-wheeled line-up. Its history as a premium mid-size scooter goes back to the year 2000: the first model set the template, delivering a lively ride, plenty of storage room and an innovative combined braking system. It was well received and owners found its multi-role capability useful in every aspect of daily life
We welcome the 2018 Forza 300, which has a new look and much tighter, sharper dimensions than the previous design. Its wheelbase and length are reduced and it’s narrower, but has a higher seat for improved visibility. Even with a new larger diameter rear wheel, it is 8kg lighter thanks to a revised chassis and redesigned frame, which boosts acceleration, top speed and fuel efficiency.
Eye-catching looks have always been key to the PCX150’s appeal and for its 2019 upgraded natural contours and subtle chamfers give an even stronger substance to its trademark ‘flowing’ style. But there’s function too: more freedom to move for the rider, increased under-seat carrying capacity and crisp LCD instrumentation to match the LED head and tail-lights.
A new tubular steel duplex frame maintains the PCX’s around-town agility while improving handling: redesigned wheels save weight and wear larger tyres. The shock absorbers feature tri-rate springs and extended travel.
While maintaining its outstanding fuel efficiency, the engine makes more peak power, thanks to redesigned airbox, inlet and exhaust, without sacrifices at the bottom of the rpm range.
With its strong performance and light handling, the SH150 makes cross-town errands and even daily commutes a non-stop delight
The SH150s PGM-FI fuel injection leads to optimum scooter performance. A key fuel-saving technology incorporated into the SH150 is Idling Stop. It’s operated via a switch on the right handlebar and, when enabled, automatically stops the engine running after three seconds at idle, and re-starts it instantly when the throttle grip is twisted.
The very first Super Cub C100 was introduced back in 1958, when Honda was only 10 years old. The Cub was designed by Soichiro Honda and his long-time business partner Takeo Fujisawa with the very straightforward goal: ‘to provide the joy of playing a useful part in people’s lives.’
Fast-forward to 2017 – nearly 60 years later when the 100 millionth Super Cub rolled off the production line, making it the most popular motor vehicle the world has ever seen. Along the way, the Super Cub’s simple attributes of style, reliability, frugality and sheer usability have never gone out of fashion; it has quietly achieved exactly what Soichiro and Takeo wanted – to get people mobile and keep them mobile.
With a sleek, attractive body design and comfortable seating for two Honda’s Dio is the ideal scooter for your daily commute to work, trips to the shops or days out to the beach. Generous storage compartment under the seat and a large 5.2 litre fuel tank add to this machines versatility.
Powered by a fuel efficient and reliable 108cc four-stroke engine with PGM-FI fuel injection and electric start. With the added feature of idle stop the Dio is even more fuel efficient, reducing both fuel consumption and noise while waiting at a stop, such as an intersection.
Hondaâs Combined Braking System (CBS), which links the front and rear brakes to provide swift, stable braking regardless of rider experience or road conditions. The Dio also offers confident handling and good manoeuvrability thanks to a rigid and lightweight frame.
The Benly is Honda’s purpose built delivery scooter, a true work horse perfect for businesses who offer delivery.
Powered by an economical 108cc engine with PGM-FI fuel injection for optimal reliability and getting more deliveries done with the generous 10L tank. Get your products to customers efficiently with the Honda Benly.
Hondaâs Combined Braking System (CBS), which links the front and rear brakes, provide swift and stable braking regardless of rider experience or road conditions.