The first ever Honda ADV350 premiered in Milan

The long-awaited Honda ADV350 scooter was officially presented today at the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan, while it is expected in our market in April 2022.

At first glance, the new Honda ADV350 stands out from the others, because its attractiveness attracts attention, especially those with a young spirit, who are always ready to explore new areas.

Regardless of the surface and the length of the route on which it rides, the new Honda ADV350 meets expectations on all tracks, which further emphasizes its practicality and optimizing note.

It can be noticed that it is an adventurous scooter, and the front position of the model offers a natural control position, and the axle (which includes 37mm USD forks, steel tube frame and rear shock absorbers with a remote tank) is set for agile handling.

The lightweight 15-inch front and 14-inch rear wheels carry 120 / 70-15 front and 140 / 70-14 rear Tubles tires with block-aroma, which gives the ADV350 excellent grip in all conditions, and the 256mm single disc is paired with 240mm rear disc.

The 330cc engine, powered by a Smart Power + (eSP +) SOHC system with four valves, gives a peak power of 21.6kW and a torque of 31.9Nm. Honda torque selection control (HSTC) and emergency stop signaling are standard equipment.

Dual LED headlights (all lights are LED) are located high above the front stream, with a mask tailored to the side so that USD forks can be seen.

The windshield is easily adjusted by means of a sliding mechanism with locking through two phases and a stroke of 133mm. In the high position, the airflow is controlled by wrapping the shoulders and reducing fatigue during long high-speed journeys.

The LCD control panel of this model maintains full connection for its driver and integrates Honda’s smartphone voice control system, which connects the driver to his smartphone on the go and allows voice control of phone calls and music.


Source: Moto Berza by www.moto-berza.com.

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