The ADV 350 comes with a starting price of THB181,900 (RM22.9K) for the Standard version while THB183,900 (RM23,000) for the RoadSync Type variant.
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Honda has officially launched the ADV 350 for the European market around November last year.
The launch of the 350cc model has been stealing the spotlight. Not to mention, Honda is offering a wider choice to buyers who want something more powerful than the ADV 150 but more affordable than the X-ADV 750.
Now, the ADV version of the scooter motorcycle has been launched in neighbouring Thailand with two variants offered, Standard and RoadSync Type.
According to reports, the ADV 350 is offered at a starting price of THB181,900 (RM22.9K) for the Standard version while THB183,900 (RM23,000) for the RoadSync Type variant.
Developed at Honda’s factory located in Italy, the ADV 350 combines an ‘adventure’ element with premium features. Apart from the headlight design inspired by the X ADV 750 2021, this 350cc version also retains practical features for daily use such as storage space under the seat that can accommodate two ‘full-face’ helmets.
The ADV 350 also offers keyless functions and an adjustable windshield as well as an LCD digital display that can be connected to a smartphone using Bluetooth.
According to Honda, the ADV 350 also comes with Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) and Emergency Stop Signal as standard.
The ADV 350 is powered by a 330cc engine with eSP (enhanced Smart Power) that generates 29.2hp at 7,500rpm and 31.5Nm at 5,250rpm. Among other interesting features offered include a USD type 37mm front fork with twin shock absorbers at the rear, 120/70-R15 front tires, 140/70-R14 rear tires and even full LED lights.