Honda X-ADV Trademark Registered In India

In India, Honda has registered the X-ADV name as a trademark. It’s the brand name for a one-of-a-kind Honda vehicle sold in foreign markets that are a cross between a maxi-scooter and an adventure bike.

The 745cc parallel-twin engine from the NC750X adventure tourer powers this ‘adventure scooter,’ which is mated to a 6-speed semi-automatic dual-clutch transmission. The Honda X-ADV has 59hp and 69Nm of torque, but no clutch lever or gear shifter. The transmission control scheme is very similar to that of the Africa Twin or the Gold Wing, in that shuffling through the gearbox can be left to the scooter, or manual control can be taken using buttons on the handlebars.

Honda X-ADV

17-inch/15-inch wire-spoke wheels wrapped in block-pattern tires and about 150mm of suspension travel at each end help its off-road credentials. It’s also a feature-packed scooter, with keyless ignition, a Bluetooth-enabled 5.0-inch TFT display, five riding modes, and three DCT modes.

Honda X-ADV

So, is this strange little adventure scooter making its way to India? Regardless of the trademark filing, it appears unlikely that Honda would bring such an unusual product to the Indian market, especially when far more likely arrivals are yet to arrive. Furthermore, Honda has a history of trademarking overseas models in India that it does not intend to sell here – the CRF300L is the most recent example.

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