Ready for small ADVenture? Honda unveil 350 version of their adventure scooter

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Meet the new Honda ADV350, a scooter the Japanese firm say is conceived to mix the sophistication and practicality of a conventional, mid-range scooter with a fashionable rugged style as inspired by the X-ADV.

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Derived from the Forza 350, the ADV350 uses the same liquid-cooled, 330cc four-stroke four-valve single cylinder engine producing 29bhp but in a more rugged chassis featuring blocky 15/14in tyres, 37mm USD forks remote reservoir twin rear shocks and disc brakes front and rear and X-ADV-influenced styling including twin LED headlights.

There’s also Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) traction control.

Practicality, meanwhile, comes via under-seat storage space, Honda claim, for two full-face helmets, a USB charger in the glove box, four-way height-adjustable screen, Honda’s ‘Smart Key’ keyless operation and a Smartphone compatible LCD digital dash. Price and availability have yet to be released.

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Phil West

By Phil West

MCN Contributor and bike tester.