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Honda X-ADV scooter coming to India?

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Honda has filed the trademarks for the X-ADV at the intellectual property office in India. This leads us to believe that the brand could be planning to bring the off-road adventure scooter to India. The Honda X-ADV is already available in the international market, and Honda is likely to offer the premium scooter and explore a new segment in the country. The Honda X-ADV may look like a premium maxi-scooter, but there is hardly anything that is comparable to the unique off-road-friendly features that the bike offers.

Honda X-ADV – Highlights

The Honda X-ADV comes with an upright design featuring an aggressive front fascia and sleek headlamps that flank the apron. The scooter comes with a tall windscreen and upright handlebars. The scooter also gets dual LED headlamps with integrated LEDs and knuckle guards. The X-ADV also comes with sculpted body panels, step-up seats and an upswept exhaust. The step-through design offers a unique look with enhanced ergonomics allowing out of saddle riding.

Honda X-ADV – Technical Specifications

Powering the X-ADV is a 745cc liquid-cooled 4-stroke 8-valve, SOHC parallel twin-cylinder motor. The engine produces 58 Hp of power and 69 Nm of torque and comes paired to a 6-speed dual-clutch transmission with a wet multi-plate hydraulic 2-clutch. Braking power comes from 296mm double hydraulic disc on the front and 240mm single hydraulic disc. The X-ADV rides on 41mm USD forks on the front with 153.5mm of travel and a monoshock damper with a Pro-Link swingarm that offers 150mm of travel. The scooter rides on the 17-inch front and 15-inch rear spoke wheels shod in 120/70 front and 160/60 rear tyres.

Honda X-ADV – PriceĀ 

The Honda X-ADV retails with a price tag of GBP 10,949 MSRP in the European market. This roughly converts to INR 11 lakh. This will indeed make the X-ADV a premium product here. The brand also offers a 150cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled version called X-ADV 150 in the international market. Perhaps, if Honda manages to locally produce the X-ADV 150 in India, it could compete with the Yamaha Aerox 155 maxi-scooter.

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