Honda adv 350

honda adv 350

Are there any other versions of the Honda adv350?

There are no other versions of the Honda ADV350. No owners have yet reviewed the HONDA ADV350 (2022 - on).

Is the Honda ADV 350 Tollway-legal in the Philippines?

Powering the ADV 350 is a 330cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine capable of 28.8hp at 7,500rpm and 31.5Nm of torque at 5,250rpm mated to a CVT—so no, it’s not tollway-legal here in the Philippines. Honda says the Euro 5-compliant engine can do up to 30km/L, and that its 11.5-liter tank can give a maximum range of more than 340km.

What makes the adv350 so special?

The ADV350 stands out from the crowd. Its rugged design has adventure in its blood, thanks to long-travel suspension and block-pattern tyres, matched to a sporty engine that powers through every challenge with HSTC traction management.

What is the seat height on a Honda adv350?

Seat height is an easy-to-manage 795mm. Keeping its rider fully connected, the ADV350’s LCD dash integrates the Honda Smartphone Voice Control system, which links the rider to their smartphone while on the move and allows voice management of phone calls and music.

What kind of engine does the adv350 have?

Powered by the same 29bhp, 330cc single cylinder engine you’ll find in Honda’s maxi scooter-style Forza 350 and pizza delivery-shaped SH350i, the ADV350 is smooth, quiet and friendly.

How many Honda adv350 have been sold?

Not only did they sell nearly 44,000 of them up to the end of 2021, but it was also Honda’s best-selling bike of that year, too. So, it makes sense that they’d produce a smaller, more affordable version: the ADV350.

What are the adv350’s rivals?

The ADV350 doesn’t have any direct rivals, but it’s cheaper than the £6799 Suzuki Burgman 400, Yamaha’s £5850 XMAX 300 and even the £5999 Kymco XCITING S 400. You can find cheaper mid-size scoots from the less premium manufacturers, but they won’t have the Honda’s build quality, level of equipment or resale value.

Is the Honda adv350 the new 125cc twist-and-go?

Not only did they sell nearly 44,000 of them up to the end of 2021, but it was also Honda’s best-selling bike of that year, too. So, it makes sense that they’d produce a smaller, more affordable version: the ADV350. The new twist-and-go makes perfect sense for commuters who want a bit more poke and flexibility than a 125.

Is the adv350 still a scooter?

But the ADV350 is still a scooter! Now for all its bravado and poise for ‘aggressive’ off-roading, it’s still a scooter. The 11.7L tank is said to give you just over 200 miles of range - and I haven’t ridden it enough to know how true that is, to tell the truth.

How fast can the adv350 go?

Not only will the ADV350 ping to motorway speeds as quick as you’d naturally accelerate on a motorcycle and do over 95mph, it has genuine big-bike handling, braking power and road presence.

What is the difference between the Honda adv350 and X-ADV?

For the new year, we can be even more covetous, as Honda Europe now has an ADV350 that’s bigger, badder, and cooler. The new ADV350 mixes the rugged style of its X-ADV sibling with a chassis that includes a tubular steel frame, a 37mm inverted fork and remote reservoir rear shocks.

What are the adv350’s rivals?

The ADV350 doesn’t have any direct rivals, but it’s cheaper than the £6799 Suzuki Burgman 400, Yamaha’s £5850 XMAX 300 and even the £5999 Kymco XCITING S 400. You can find cheaper mid-size scoots from the less premium manufacturers, but they won’t have the Honda’s build quality, level of equipment or resale value.

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