EICMA 2021: Honda ADV350 Adventure Scooter Unveiled

The all-new Honda ADV350 mixes the sensibility of the Forza 350 with the rigors of the larger X-ADV scooter in the company’s line-up.

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The 2022 Honda ADV350 is based on the Forza 350 but gets a number of advanced upgrades for ADV duties

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Honda has unveiled the new ADV350 adventure scooter at the 2021 EICMA motorcycle show in Milan, Italy. The all-new Honda ADV350 mixes the sensibility of the Honda Forza 350 with the rigors of the larger X-ADV scooter in the company’s line-up. The ADV350 will be sold in Europe first and Honda says the new offering is targeted at younger riders. Unlike the X-ADV, though it promises more fun off-road, the 2022 Honda ADV350 is more about adding a strong appeal and utility to city roads.

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The 2022 Honda ADV350 is powered by a 350 cc single-cylinder engine that is tuned for 29 bhp and 31.5 Nm of peak torque.

The new Honda ADV350 scooter gets a rugged chassis with tubular steel frame, 37 mm USD from forks and remote reservoir rear twin shocks. The scooter rides on six-spoke cast aluminum wheels with block-pattern tubeless tyres. The model gets a 15-inch wheel at the front and a 14-inch unit at the rear. Braking performance comes from a 256 mm single disc at the front and 240 mm rear disc. Dual-channel ABS is offered as standard. The ADV scooter also comes with Emergency Stop Signal (ESS) along with self-canceling rear indicators during hard-stop conditions.


The 2022 Honda ADV350 measures 2,200 mm in length and weighs 186 kg

Power on the Honda ADV350 comes from a 330 cc SOHC, four-valve, single-cylinder, Euro5-compliant engine that produces 29 bhp at 7,500 rpm and 31.5 Nm of peak torque at 5,250 rpm. The motor comes with fuel injection and the company’s advanced Smart Power+ (ESP+), while power is routed to the rear wheel via a CVT unit. The fuel tank capacity of the scooter is 11.7 litres, while Honda claims a fuel efficiency of 29.4 kmpl.

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The ADV350 is loaded on the features front with an LCD console, Honda smartphone voice control system, HSTC, ABS and more.

On the feature front, the Honda ADV350 has 40 liters of under-seat storage capacity that can accommodate two helmets, a USB charger, a height-adjustable windscreen and an LCD instrument console. The model also comes with Honda Smartphone Voice Control System and Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) as part of standard equipment. On the styling front, the ADV350 looks every bit as futuristic as modern Hondas do with sharp yet elegant lines, all-LED lighting and a lot of bodywork to go with the maxi-scooter. The model also gets a sharp exhaust to go with the adventure theme.


The storage capacity under the seat is an impressive 40 liters and can hold two helmets

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The model measures 2,200 mm in length, 895 mm in width and 1,430 mm in height, while the wheelbase is 1,520 mm. The curb weight is 186 kg. The Honda ADV350 rugged scooter will be offered in Silver, Gray and Red shades. For now, the 2022 Honda ADV350 remains exclusive to developed markets and we will have to wait and see if Honda India decides to bring the model here to be sold through its BigWing outlets.

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