Feeling Gutsy? Try This New 350cc ADV Scooter From China

It comes with cameras at the front and rear!

China-based two-wheeler brand Dayang has taken the wraps off its Vorei ADV 350 scooter in its Standard and Deluxe trim. The brand already has a smaller version, dubbed the ADV150. And, yes, it is a blatant copy of the Honda ADV150 available in select international markets.

The Dayang Vorei ADV 350 flaunts a muscular maxi scooter bodywork but sits quite tall, staying true to its purpose. Powered by a 333cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine, the ADV 350 produces 29.5PS and 33.5Nm. For reference, the Honda Forza 350 makes 29.2PS and 31.5Nm.

The features list is what’s worth geeking over. LED DRLs and headlights are definitely a must-have. However, this Chinese scooter takes it a step ahead with cornering lights, a feature that’s usually seen on high-end motorcycles.

Its 7-inch large display gets OTA (Over The Air) updates, geo-fencing, ride history and diagnostics as well. And if that wasn’t enough, Dayang took things up a notch by adding cameras at the front and rear, with the TFT screen serving as the display.

It is sprung by a telescopic fork and gas-charged twin rear shocks with its braking hardware consisting of a 276mm front and 240mm rear disc with ABS. Adding to the practicality quotient, the Vorei ADV 350 rolls on a 14-inch front and 13-inch rear alloy wheel shod with dual-purpose rubber.

There is a central knob that lets you access the fuel tank, seat and lock and unlock the scooter as well. However, the smartphone connection on offer lets you complete the said process digitally as well.

The Vorei ADV 350’s saddle sits just 755mm high and should make for easy access to shorter riders as well. Lastly, it gets a massive 17.5-litre fuel tank. However, that comes with the cost of tipping the weight scale at a hefty 208kg.

In China, pricing for the standard variant is set at CNY 27,990 (approximately Rs 3.18 lakh) and the Deluxe model retails at CNY 29,990 which roughly translates to Rs 3.40 lakh. However, the brand won’t be stepping into India anytime soon. And besides, you can get options like the KTM 390 ADV, BMW G 310 GS for the same or a lesser amount of money.

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