February 25, 2024
Engine and Power
Engine 4-Stroke, 4-Valve, eSP+
Cooling Type Liquid Cooling
Fuel Supply System PGM-FI (Programmed Fuel Injection)
Displacement 156,9 cc
Bore x Strione 60 x 55,5 mm
Compression rasio 12 : 1
Maximum Power 11.8 kW (16 PS) / 8,500 rpm
Maximum Torque 14,7 Nm (1,5 kgf.m) / 6.500 rpm
Transmission Type Automatic, V-Matic
Tipe Starter Electric
Clutch Type Automatic, Centrifugal, Dry Type
Lubricating Oil Type Wet
Frame
Frame Type Double Cradle
Front Tire Size 110/80 – 14M/C Tubeless
Rear Tire Size 130/70 – 13M/C Tubeless
Front Brake Type Wavy Disc Brake
Rear Brake Type Wavy Disc Brake
Braking System Triple Pots Hydraulic Combi Brake System (CBS) / Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS)
Front Suspension Type Telescopic
Rear Suspension Type Dual Rear Suspension with Tube
Dimension
Length x width x height 1.950 x 763 x1.196 mm
Wheelbase 1.324 mm
Ground clearance 165 mm
Seat Height 780 mm
Curb Weight 133 kg (CBS & ABS)
Fuel Tank Capacity 8,1 liter
Engine Oil Capacity 0.75 L (Periodic Replacement)
Gearbox Oil Capacity 0.120 L (120 ml)
Coolant capacity 800ml
Electrical
Ignition System Full Transisterized
Battery Type MF 12V-5Ah
Spark Plug Type NGK LMAR8L-9
The Honda ADV 160 is an adventure type matic motorcycle produced by Honda and launched in July 2022. This bike has a pure 156.9 cc engine capacity. This bike is the second generation of the Honda ADV 150 which was released in July 2019. and using esp+ engine as like as vario 160 and pcx 160
In addition to the increase in engine capacity, the Honda ADV 160 also underwent changes in several parts. Like the outer body design that has slightly improved from the previous version. 
At first glance, the ADV 160 is not much different from the ADV 150. But details of differences such as body curves, larger footrest designs will be clearly visible when examined more closely.
The ADV 160 also adds various features not found on the adv 150, such as traction control on the engine that automatically increases the variable information available on the speedometer. 
The honda ADV 160 frame is also different from the ADV 150, which is the honda ADV 160 still uses a turbular frame but with a lighter weight to accommodate the heavier engine, so the weight of the ADV 160 and ADV 150 is only a slightly difference.
The next difference is in the front shock, which Honda claims the front shock of the Honda ADV 160 is softer than the previous generation. 
The most significant difference is of course in the engine capacity which is now 156.9 cc 4 Valve producing a maximum power of 11.8 kW at 8500 Rpm and a maximum torque of 14.7 Nm at 6500 Rpm, more powerful than the ADV150.
And yes, the ADV 160 uses single channel ABS for the front brakes. The trunk of the ADV160 has 30 liters of storage space (up 2 liters compared to the ADV150).
In its home country of Indonesia, the Honda ADV retails for Rp. 39,250,000, or about 2700 US dollars.

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