From 1st April, India has banned the sale of BSIII vehicles. This has resulted in dealers who have pending stocks of BSIII two wheelers, announcing huge discounts. For example, a few dealers in Pune who have both CBR150R and CBR250R in stock, are offering a Navi for free to those who buy either of the bike.
The same dealer has also revealed that Honda Navi BSIII will be sold at a discount of INR 20,000, thus making the effective on road price of Honda Navi just INR 31,000.
New Honda Navi moto-scooter was launched in India back at the 2016 Auto Expo. Honda Navi is a two wheeler which is neither a scooter nor a motorcycle. We think of it as a modern-day Luna, which has been developed and design keeping in mind the needs of modern day buyer. It is affordable, it has storage space, low ride height, lightweight (lighter than Activa by 7 kgs), easy to manoeuvre in traffic jams, styling is in place, and so on.
Powered by an 110 cc engine, which generates 8 PS power and 9 Nm torque. Mated to a CVT gearbox, Honda Navi has a kerb weight of 101 kg, fuel tank capacity of 3.8 liters, and ground clearance of 156 mm.
Honda claims that the Navi is a 100% Make in India product which is also fun to ride. This new kid off the block has managed to make its space in the crowded automatic two wheeler 100 cc segment. As of now, it has no competitor.