American Honda Motorcycle Corporation recently announced the addition of two brand new models to their 2014 motorcycle line-up. Coming out this summer will be The Grom, a sporty new 125cc streetbike, and The Forza, a 300cc-class scooter.
The Honda Grom Streetbike will come with a compact frame, low seat height, hydraulic disc brakes and an inverted front fork. Having a fuel-injected 125cc engine delivering lots of torque, this brand new class of street bike comes with a four-speed manual transmission that works like any other full-sized bike. Not only will drivers enjoy the ease of maneuverability and handling, they can even bring along a passenger.
The Grom will come in Pearl Red and Metallic Black and will begin arriving in dealerships in August of this year and will retail for $2999.
The Forza is a mid-displacement scooter designed for extended rides with enough room for two, while keeping costs down. The Forza will come with a fuel-injected liquid-cooled 300-class engine with a single overhead camshaft and a four-valve head with roller rocker arms. Honda considers this scooter to be not only versatile, but practical and economical as well.
The Forza will come in Pearl Red and retail for $5599 when it starts showing up on showroom floors in July of 2013. Riders who enjoy ABS will be happy to know that an ABS model of the Forza will be available starting at $6099.