It was 2 years ago when Honda first introduced the ADV 150 scooter, which was inspired by the larger, true adventure scooter, the X-ADV 750 scooter. A few months later that year, the ADV 150 scooter was officially launched in the Philippines.
Honda may have been the first to the segment, but we know it wouldn't take long for a challenger to arrive. That challenger is from Chinese brand, Dayang. The model is called the ADV 150.
The Dayang ADV 150 will be distributed in Malaysia by local motorcycle brand, Aveta. Of course, it is going to be a rebadged motorcycle from one of the top motorcycle manufacturers based in China.
From its looks, one can’t deny the fact that the Dayang ADV 150 took a lot of inspiration from Honda’s ADV 150 scooter. On the tech side, the Dayang ADV 150 actually looks pretty promising.
It's powered by a 150 cc, liquid-cooled EFI engine. It boasts of dual-channel ABS, full-LED lighting, and even has an adjustable windshield.
The rider gets a 7-inch full-color TFT screen that supports GPS via Bluetooth connectivity. It also has gadgets like a tire pressure monitoring system and a USB charger socket
Perhaps, the most interesting feature of the Dayang ADV 150 is the inclusion of front and rear cameras. They work like built-in dashcams that record the rider’s travels.
Seat height is only 775 mm, while the fuel tank capacity is 9.3 liters. This means that the Dayang ADV 150 has a pretty respectable fuel range. It is going to be sold in Malaysia for RM10,000 or roughly PhP116,500.