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Shortly after the release of the new Honda Forza 350 (presentation available right here), it’s the turn of its main competitor to offer a revisited version of its famous Xmax!

The maxi-scooter evolves, with much more futuristic lines, and updated equipment.

A big change, the headlight:


Xmax 2022 headlight


Xmax 2022 headlight

A height-adjustable windshield:


The windshield is height adjustable, with a stroke of 50mm.

Xmax 2022 headlight

A completely redesigned dashboard:


The dashboard has completely changed to make room for 2 separate screens:

The LCD speedometer and fuel gauge, is positioned at the top, comparable to that of the previous version.

On the other hand, the two needle counters give way to a 4.2-inch TFT screen, allowing the pilot to connect his telephone as a hands-free kit, but also to display the GPS navigation.


Xmax 2022 dashboard
Xmax 2023 dashboard
Xmax 2023 dashboard

The back:


The rear light has also changed on this new model. It seems to be on this new version, a fusion of the rear light of the Xmax 2022 and that of the Nmax 2022.
Xmax 2023 tail light


Xmax 2023 tail light


Xmax 2022 tail light


Nmax 2022 tail light

The cycle and engine part:


apart from aesthetic changes and various functionalities, the base of the vehicle remains the same.

The engine is the same as used on the Euro 5 version: 292cc Blue Core engine, delivering a maximum power of 28 horsepower at 7,250 rpm and a maximum torque of 29 Nm at 5,750 rpm.

The shock absorbers, swingarms also remain unchanged.

Many accessories already available for the Euro 4-5 version, such as braking elements, shock absorbers, exhaust, should be compatible with this latest Xmax 300, allowing the installation of custom spare parts, already widely available!

More technical characteristics


Engine 1 cylinder, 4 stroke, 4 valves, water cooled
Engine displacement 292 cm3
Maximum power 28 horsepower at 7,250 rpm
Maximum torque 29 Nm at 5,750 rpm
Average fuel consumption 33,3 km/liter
transmission type CVT (variator)
Transmission belt

Chassis Xmax 300 2023


Front shock absorbers Telescopic, shaft size 33 mm, stroke 110 mm.
Rear shock absorbers Twin shocks, 93mm stroke.
front brake Single disc brake, size 267 mm. Dual piston brake caliper
Rear brake Single disc brake, size 245 mm. Single piston brake caliper
Front tire 120/70R15
rear tire 140/70R14


Yamaha Xmax 300 2023 dimensions


Dimensions length x width x height (mm.) 2,185 x 775 x 1,415 – 1,465 if the windshield is up
Seat height 795 millimeters
Wheelbase 1,540 millimeters
Minimum ground clearance 135 millimeters
Weight with oil and full fuel 179 kg
Fuel tank capacity 13 liters


More pics



We don’t have official information yet, but this brand new model should be available in Europe at the end of 2023.

The equipment for this new Xmax will be available on Dreamparts.

In the meantime, for Xmax Euro 4-5 riders, you can find all of our original and custom spare parts right here: Yamaha Xmax spare parts


And you, what do you think of this new Yamaha Xmax 2023? 🤔


Honda, the leader in 2-wheel sales in France, unveiled the latest Forza 350 on October 4th.

The major competitor to the Yamaha X max, has received some mainly aesthetic changes, especially on the front and the rear light.

Available in Thailand in 4 colors, at a recommended price of 179,000 baht (around €4,800).

  • Matte Black
  • Gray (Smoky Grey)
  • Red
  • Blue

The main new features:

Emergency brake lights ESS (emergency stop signal), when hard braking happen.

A new dashboard:

Forza 350 2022 dashboard
new Forza 350 2023 Dashboard

A new front and rear light:

Forza 2023 front side
Forza 2023 rear light
Forza 2023 rear light


Steady Turn Signals: Now the turn signals remain on (solid), and flash when activated.


Forza 2023


New glove box with easy-access USB port


Forza 2023



Forza 350 ”Roadsync” edition: It is equipped with the HSVC system (Honda Voice Control).

This system, used in particular on the X-ADV, allows you to control your IOS or Android smartphone with your fingertip or by voice command.

Recommended price: 181,000 baht (around €4,850).


Roadsync hands-free system




Forza 350 Nitron Neon Edition:

Equipped with a top-of-the-range Nitron shock absorber system, an English company specialised in competition and OEM car and motorcycle shock absorbers (Lotus, Mini, Triumph, etc.)

Recommended price: 221,800 baht. (about 5950€).


Forza 350 Nitron Neon Edition
Forza 350 Nitron Neon Edition
Forza 350 Nitron Neon Edition


Forza 350 Rising Spirit Edition: Yoshimura x Gcraft

Gcraft, the famous Japanese brand of motorcycle accessories, has collaborated with H2C and Yoshimura, to create this special edition of the new Forza 350.

Recommended price: 206,900 baht (around €5,550).

Forza Yoshimura/Gcraft


Forza Yoshimura/Gcraft
Forza Yoshimura/Gcraft


We don’t have official information yet, but this brand new model should be available to sell in Europe during 2023.

The equipment for this new model of Forza 350 will be available on Dreamparts.

In the meantime, for Forza 125, 300, or 350 phase 4 pilots, you can find all of our original and custom spare parts right here: Honda Forza spare parts


Honda Forza phase 4 custom parts

And you, what do you think of this new Honda Forza 2023 edition? 🤔


Ce samedi 6 aout 2022 à eu lieu la première édition du “Honda Dax me out Carnival”, organisé par Honda au nord est de Bangkok en Thaïlande.

Cette rencontre était l’occasion pour la marque de faire la promotion de ce nouveau modèle du Dax 125 sorti en Thaïlande en mars dernier.

Les activités sur place:

Courses organisées sur terrain plat



Stands d’exposition de plusieurs marques telles que: H2C, Bikers, Kitaco, G-craft, ainsi que ventes de pièces détachées pour ce nouveau Dax 125 



Restauration et Boissons


Si vous aussi vous êtes intéressé par ce nouveau Honda Dax 125, il devrait être disponible en concession en France, Belgique, courant octobre 2022 en 2 coloris: Pearl cadet gray (gris) et Pearl Nebula (Rouge)

Toutes les pièces détachées custom et origines sont déjà disponibles sur Dreamparts!