A couple of weeks ago, we told you about a Chinese-built adventure scooter that looks very, very much like the Honda ADV150: the Dayang ADV150. Even its name is a direct reference to Honda’s highly-sought after adventure scooter.
Now, barely a month after the Dayang ADV150 came to our attention, Dayang is at it again. This time, they have a bigger model, called the ADV350.
Like the smaller Dayang ADV150, the new 350cc version is packed with features typically found in more expensive European-made scooters. It's also available in Standard and Deluxe trim levels.
This scooter from China also boasts of all-LED lighting, complete with cornering lights. Tech features include a 7-inch TFT screen that (like an smart phone) gets cloud updates to improve its OS. It also has built-in front and rear cameras to record your ride.
The Dayang ADV350 is powered by a single-cylinder, 333cc liquid-cooled engine reportedly capable of producing 29.5 Ps of power and 33.5 Nm or torque. By comparison, the Honda Forza 350 churns out 29.2 Ps of power and 31.5 Nm of torque. It's brought to a stop by dual-channel ABS.
The fuel tank, which sits in the middle of the scooter, can carry up to 17.5 liters of gasoline, giving it a considerable fuel range in between top ups.
The ADV350, in its standard version, retails in China for CNY27,990 (PhP210,300) while the Deluxe version retails for CNY29,990 (PhP225,300) Philippine taxes and duties not included.