It's good news for comic and bike enthusiasts as the two limited-edition Honda ADV 160s, based on Captain America and Iron Man, have debuted in Thailand. To commemorate Disney's 100th anniversary, Honda Thailand and Marvel have teamed up to bring these two limited-edition ADV 160s. There will be only 3,000 Captain America and Iron Man ADV 160s manufactured by Honda for the Thai market. Moreover, the vehicle will mark its premiere on March 22, 2023, at the Bangkok Motor Show. Each limited-edition ADV 160 purchase from Honda will also come with a Marvel jacket worth ฿1,500 (Rs 3,627 Approx). According to industry reports, the Honda ADV 160 Marvel Edition will not come to India. Let's have a glance at several features of the Honda ADV 160 that come with Iron Man and Captain America graphics in Thailand.
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Honda ADV 160 Marvel Edition: Appearance
The red and gold colour scheme on the Honda ADV 160 Iron Man edition complements the Iron Man body panels. Moreover, the Arc Reactor logo on Iron Man and Tony Stark is noticeable on the side. The Captain America edition, on the other hand, has a blue base with red and white accents that resemble the colours of the character's costume. There is now a star, present on Captain America's shield, in place of the Honda badge up front. Side panels also feature the shield livery of Captain America.
Honda ADV 160 Marvel Edition: Mechanical & Other Specs
The engine specifications remain unaltered. Mechanically, the Marvel edition will be driven by the same 157cc single-cylinder engine. It can produce 16bhp at 8,5000rpm and 14.7Nm at 6,500rpm. With 240mm front and 220mm rear rotors, the front and rear brake systems are single-disc configurations. The front also has a sizable windscreen that is clear, even in the Iron Man and Captain America Editions. The edition still rides on alloy wheels with tubeless tyres. The ADV 160 maintains practicality as well, with a seat height of a 30.7-inch and a curb weight of 133 kg. Moreover, the HSTC (Honda Selectable Torque Control) function, popularly known as "traction control," is also included in the edition.
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As mentioned, the Captain America and the Iron Man-inspired Honda ADV 160s would reportedly not mark their entry into our market. In India, Honda recently launched the all-new Shine 100 commuter motorcycle to target rural and semi-urban markets. The introductory price of the model starts at Rs. 64,900 (ex-showroom, Maharashtra). According to the firm, the motorcycle's production will start this month.
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