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Test fleet: Honda X-ADV

The sat nav said there were only 20 more miles to go. But then I got a message from my heart letting me know they’d probably be the last 20 miles I’d ever do on this particular X-ADV scooter. The realisation brought a tad of melancholy. And not long after a fair bit of reflection.

Looking back at the diary of my travels on the X-ADV during 2018, I have to say I’ve really enjoyed the time I’ve spent aboard its broad and plush seat. The virtues of comfort, ease and practicality alone were a particular highlight. As with all my long-term test bikes, if I ever

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