2023 Honda X-ADV Adventure Scooter Makes Official Debut

It’s not often that a new way of thinking emerges to create a new breed of a machine in the world of motorcycles. Honda specialises in innovation, and back in 2016, it unveiled a completely new concept, the X-ADV.

The X-ADV captured the essence of two-wheeled freedom in an exciting new form, capturing the attention of an army of riders eager for something new across Europe, and has proven to be a genuine sales success. In 2021, the X-ADV was Honda’s second-best-selling motorcycle over 350cc, trailing only the equally powerful CB650R.

With the addition of a sporty new colour option for MY2023, the X-ADV maintains its position as one of Europe’s coolest and most desirable two-wheelers.

For 2023, Honda has updated one of its most intriguing and globally popular offerings, the X-ADV. The adventure scooter receives a new Shasta White paint scheme and rugged graphics around its tail and centre spine as part of the model year update.

The X-ADV received its most recent major update just a year ago. As a result, Honda’s decision to introduce only one new colour for 2023 is understandable. The scooter’s adventure intentions are evident from the moment you see it. It has USD front forks, spoke wheels, a tall windscreen, an engine sump guard, and an extremely chiselled bodywork, all of which give it a distinct and bulky appearance.

The engine is another highlight of the Honda X-ADV. The 745cc twin-cylinder engine produces 57bhp and 69Nm and is mated to a Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) similar to the Honda Africa Twin.

A Bluetooth-enabled five-inch TFT display, smart key, Honda Smartphone Voice Control system, and full-LED lighting round out the feature set. A USB charging port, a 22-litre under-seat storage space, a 1.2-litre glovebox, and a centre stand to make it even more practical.

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Unfortunately, the Honda X-ADV will not be available in India anytime soon. However, if you’re looking for a high-end scooter, BMW Motorrad India has the C 400 GT, which is available with an ex-showroom price tag of Rs 10.80 lakhs.

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