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ADV 150 Honda - Anybody bought one/ridden one - review please

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The ADV has come down in price finally to 79000 baht, however, I have the Click 150i and am fairly happy with it.

 

I might upgrade if someone can justify the extra 20000 baht. Does anyone have one or have experience of driving one? As usual, the Honda dealership don't have one for a test drive! 😞

 

Many thanks in advance for any input. 🙂

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Yes, IMO, the ABS brakes, windscreen, added curb weight and the non-step through design is more than enough to justify the 20k difference. 

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40 minutes ago, alx123 said:

Yes, IMO, the ABS brakes, windscreen, added curb weight and the non-step through design is more than enough to justify the 20k difference. 

Thanks, do you have one?

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I am looking at the Yamaha Aerox and wondering how it compares with the ADV and PCX?

 

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13 hours ago, thequietman said:

Thanks, do you have one?

You don't need or want a stepthrough?

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18 hours ago, thequietman said:

Thanks, do you have one?

no, but i'm also thinking upgrading my PCX into an ADV as well..

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9 hours ago, DaRoadrunner said:

I am looking at the Yamaha Aerox and wondering how it compares with the ADV and PCX?

 

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Aerox is cramped especially if your'e tall. The ABS of the the ADV will deem the Aerox and PCX old-fashion. 

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5 hours ago, scubascuba3 said:

You don't need or want a step-through?

No and here's my Airblade 14 years old now and still hums along.

 

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56 minutes ago, Kwasaki said:

No and here's my Airblade 14 years old now and still hums along.

 

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I couldn't care if it hums a long or not. For me it's about getting around town and a step through is handy for shopping. I know you like loud exhausts and the like

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9 hours ago, scubascuba3 said:

I couldn't care if it hums a long or not. For me it's about getting around town and a step through is handy for shopping. I know you like loud exhausts and the like

You know nothing about me the scoot OP is interesting in has no step through that's for girls who go chopping. 😂

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9 hours ago, scubascuba3 said:

I couldn't care if it hums a long or not. For me it's about getting around town and a step through is handy for shopping.

Yeh, couldn't possible carry a load if you dont have a step through.

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flat floor is ok if you wear a dress, you can keep your knees together

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34 minutes ago, canthai55 said:

flat floor is ok if you wear a dress, you can keep your knees together

you're another one who probably gets aroused by loud exhausts.

 

Step through is just more practical, it's not a macho thing

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On 1/6/2020 at 2:32 PM, alx123 said:

Yes, IMO, the ABS brakes, windscreen, added curb weight and the non-step through design is more than enough to justify the 20k difference. 

exact same engine as PCX and new 150i Click - dumb bike and overpriced.

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