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hi guys nice to see the adiva club here. my dad has been thinking of getting the adiva 3 wheeler as he is getting older and need a more stable bike but is worried about maintenance and things going wrong as adiva use to have quite a number of issues last time. how is the build quality now?

is the agent still mah motor and how much roughly is a 200cc 3 wheeler from adiva? hope to see u all at a meetup soon

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I own a 1st generation 2013 AD3-300, so far, not much issues for me.  The latest model AD1-200 Euro 4. Heard it had improved a lot on the quality. I don't own the latest model, so let heard from other owners.

Yes, the agent is still Mah Pte Ltd.

Last I heard the cost for AD1-200 was 18.5k but with the current COE cost, not sure what is the latest price. Best to check with Mah.

 

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Bro @Andre is the Adiva heavier than normal bikes being a 3-wheeler? The 200cc might be abit underpowered if it's heavier than normal 2B scooters.

Your 300cc should be just perfect for nice cruising.

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With extra 1 wheel and roof, Adiva definitely heavier then normal 2 wheels scooter. The AD1-200 is about 180kg, AD3 should be about 215kg if I remember correctly.

For new riders, it is recommended to go for AD1 which much lighter and agile. 

We had rode to Hatyai  with AD1 & AD3, both bikes no issue for cruising in NSHW at average 100km/h.

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thanks bro andre for your reply. appreciate it, will head down to mah motors to take a look at the latest model. do u know if 2021 there are new models coming or can i just get existing one? 100km/h is very impressive for 2b scooter considering the higher weight

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