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Just received a feedback from the dealer.

Both AD3 (200cc & 300cc) is in process getting LTA's approval. Target to get the clearance and they will deliver both at the same time in April.

Keeping my fingers cross. :dozed:

 

Just went down today at mah motor wanted to trade in.

The sales guy told me Ad 200/300 won't be ready until

End july...

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I was there last week - had a good feel of the AD200 & 300 on show - they do feel & look good. The sale guys mentioned they are seeking LTA OTR approval & prices are not fixed yet due to the pending approval.....

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My friend who booked a AD3 got his COE on Wednesday. So he went to Mah to check when the bike can be delivered. Nobody there seems to be able to give a firm answer.

Therefore, even end July is just a guessing date.

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AD3 confirmed all come with 3 wheels. :cheeky:

AD3 200 cc I think is for Singapore market only. the rest of the world are launching 300 cc.

So far, have not see any spec for 200 cc one yet.

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AD3 confirmed all come with 3 wheels. :cheeky:

AD3 200 cc I think is for Singapore market only. the rest of the world are launching 300 cc.

So far, have not see any spec for 200 cc one yet.

 

Thank Andre for the info....looks like I have to go down to mah to take a look. Since the ad3 will be delayed, might consider taking up my cls 2A and get the 300

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Just read an interesting article;

 

"No distribution Adiva in France. Finally, Olivier Perraudin (Chairman of 1Pulsion, distributor of PGO & Adiva in France) informs us that after a recent trip to ADIVA plant for the recovery of the distribution in France, where testing a version almost 300 AD3 ultimately have been made, 1pulsion decided not to import this brand and request not to associate 1Pulsion ADIVA."

 

http://www.motoservices.com/actualite-50/Des-nouvelles-de-PGO-et-Adiva.htm

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Given the experience of heavy bike plus low powered engine like Adiva AD150. I will steer clear of the AD200. I think AD300 might be 'adequate' only.

 

But looking at piaggio MP3 125.... It's seems like 200cc AD3 might be just nice. Hopefully it is. Abut lazy to go for 2A...hehe

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But looking at piaggio MP3 125.... It's seems like 200cc AD3 might be just nice. Hopefully it is. Abut lazy to go for 2A...hehe

 

Bro, I would really recommend you to go for the 300cc. MP3 125 is really slow if compared to the 400 or even 250.

 

The 300cc I feel is better value for money.

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Test ride a MP3 125 before. You have to ride slow and steady else the engine will go kaput....lol

My friend's MP3 125 went for overhauled barely more then 1 year young..:(

 

Btw, just checked the Adiva Japan website, they are launching the AD-tre (new name?) with 205.3 cc? If the same engine coming to Singapore, that means 2A is required. :(

 

http://www.adiva.co.jp/product/tre.html

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Probably Ben1112 is right. In this case, can check on the Downtown 200's spec.

Unlike AD200 where the SYM logo still on the engine. I didn't see any logo on the AD3 200's engine therefore not sure what engine they're using. The sales guys at Mah can't answer neither.

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Are they using the same engine as the downtown 200? The downtown 200 is a detuned 205cc engine. Since the AD3 300 is using a downtown 300 engine. Possibility could be high I guess

 

Probably Ben1112 is right. In this case, can check on the Downtown 200's spec.

Unlike AD200 where the SYM logo still on the engine. I didn't see any logo on the AD3 200's engine therefore not sure what engine they're using. The sales guys at Mah can't answer neither.

 

If that is the case, Jack if you really have to know if it is really downtown200 engine you can compare closeup shots and see if the casing has the same form. Hardly likely any two manufacturer engine looks the same unless it is rip-off or licensed copy like the Honda GY6. To sum it up, if it looks like an downtown 200 engine it probably can't be anything else.

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Adiva was my daily commuter to & fro office.

I have a Honda Phantom TA150. Basically is my spare bike. It is 2 stroke with Kick start, no worry of battery flat. I'll use it once every 1 or 2 month to ensure it is in proper running condition.

 

Have a Yamaha TW200, bought it for my son but he is in NS now and only book out fortnightly, therefore, most of the time it is parking at the car park.

 

The Honda Goldwing GL1800, use mostly for touring or whenever need to travel relative long distance in Singapore. Once a while, use it to meet up with other Winger for teh tarik session. Therefore, most of the time is parking at the car park too. I'll try to use it fortnightly (at least) in the weekend to maintain the battery. Already changed the flat battery twice for the past 3 years, lol.

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Adiva was my daily commuter to & fro office.

I have a Honda Phantom TA150. Basically is my spare bike. It is 2 stroke with Kick start, no worry of battery flat. I'll use it once every 1 or 2 month to ensure it is in proper running condition.

 

Have a Yamaha TW200, bought it for my son but he is in NS now and only book out fortnightly, therefore, most of the time it is parking at the car park.

 

The Honda Goldwing GL1800, use mostly for touring or whenever need to travel relative long distance in Singapore. Once a while, use it to meet up with other Winger for teh tarik session. Therefore, most of the time is parking at the car park too. I'll try to use it fortnightly (at least) in the weekend to maintain the battery. Already changed the flat battery twice for the past 3 years, lol.

 

Wow why not get a battery charger to keep the 3 batteries in good working condition ??

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