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Honda Navi customized and accessorized concepts – Photos

Honda Motorcycle India has showcased a completely new style of two wheeler at the ongoing 2016 Auto Expo. Called Honda Navi, these new moto-scooters are priced from about INR 40,000, and will soon be on sale across India. Not only they look different but are also trendy, attractive, and something very different from the mundane looking current bunch of scooters on offer in the 110 cc segment.

Apart from the Honda Navi production spec variant, Honda also showcased a few design concepts and a few accessorized variants of Navi. Below is a detailed report.

Honda Navi Design Concept I, as seen in the image above, is a single seater Navi, which sports the same basic design as the production Navi with chassis, suspension and engine while it is designed for city use.
Honda Navi Design Concept 2 (above image) is seen with a fixed front apron and handlebars free from headlamp. It also receives indicators on front panels and massive side panels along with side guards.

Navi N-Street is a single seater with pillion seat cowl and café racer style rear view mirrors. The concept was also seen with a headlamp assembly that includes four lights – 2 headlights and 2 pilot lamps. It gets a water bottle holder under the fuel tank and sits on new alloy wheels.

Navi Adventure Concept sports military livery with camouflage brown paint on its body. The new Adventure Concept sports a wind screen and dual purpose tyres fitted to steel wheels while other adventure oriented features include headlamp guard, a hand guard, crash guard and central storage box.
Navi Off-road Concept was the third concept on display at the 2016 Auto Expo and was seen with a headlamp in a novel design along with bikini fairing. It receives color coordinated hand guards and off-road tyres along with a mud flap and belly guard.

Honda Navi NStreet Concept – Photos

Honda Navi Adventure Concept

Honda Navi Off-road Concept

Honda Navi Accessorized with Chrome

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