The Honda Navi crossover two wheeler has started reaching showrooms across India in a phased manner. The urban commuter was unveiled at the Auto Expo 2016 and in a little over a month, it managed to surpass 1,000 bookings. The smartphone booking app has registered over 20,000 downloads.
The Navi is the first product to be fully developed by Honda’s Indian R&D. The segment creating two wheeler is an optimum blend of an automatic scooter and a compact motorcycle.
The 110 cc engine and the CVT have been lifted from the top selling Activa. Power and torque stand at 8 PS and 9 Nm. The place where the a conventional motorcycle’s engine would be is vacant and Honda has cleverly exploited the void to offer a wide range of funky storage solutions (can be had as accessories).
The two wheeler maker has started dispatch of the Navi to Mumbai. The dealerships will have a dedicated display area for the new product and its range of personalization parts.
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The Honda Navi carries an attractive price tag of INR 39,500 (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The runabout is available in 5 color options namely Patriot Red, Hopper Green, Shasta White, Sparky Orange, and Black.