Honda ADV350, with tech-based features, breaks cover in Europe
Japanese automaker Honda has revealed the ADV350 maxi-style scooter at the ongoing EICMA show in Italy. As for the highlights, the two-wheeler has an aggressive design and gets a voice control system as well as an LCD instrument cluster. It is powered by a 330cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that churns out a maximum power of 28.8hp. Here are more details.
Why does it matter?
- The ADV350 is Honda's latest addition to the mid-capacity segment of maxi-style scooters and is positioned between the ADV150 and X-ADV 750 models.
- The two-wheeler offers eye-catching looks, a boatload of tech-based features, and is fueled by a powerful engine.
- If this premium vehicle arrives in India, the competition in the market is expected to increase significantly.
The scooter has knuckle guards and Bluetooth support
The Honda ADV350 has a headlamp-mounted front apron, a height-adjustable windscreen, an upswept exhaust, knuckle guards, an optional top box, a stepped-up seat, and a large under-seat storage compartment. It packs a Bluetooth-enabled LCD instrument cluster, a smart key, an all-LED lighting setup, a USB Type-C socket, and rides on cast aluminium wheels. It tips the scales at 186kg.
It runs on a 29hp, 330cc engine
The Honda ADV350 draws power from a 330cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that generates a maximum power of 28.8hp at 7,500rpm and a peak torque of 31.5Nm at 5,250rpm. The scooter claims to deliver a mileage of 30km/liter.
It gets traction control and ABS
To ensure the rider's safety, the Honda ADV350 is equipped with disc brakes on both the front and rear wheels, along with dual-channel ABS and a switchable traction control system for better handling on the roads. Suspension duties on the maxi-scooter are taken care of by 37mm inverted forks on the front side and twin shock absorbers on the rear end.
Honda ADV350: Availability
Details pertaining to the pricing and availability of the Honda ADV350 will be disclosed at the time of its launch. The maxi-style scooter should also make its way to India in the future.