Honda says that they wanted to create something fun and that’s when the idea of Navi was born. Targeted at an age group 18-25, the Navi is a cross between a motorcycle and a scooter.
While the Navi looks like a motorcycle, it isn’t. It is powered by the same engine that powers the Activa – an 110cc engine. This engine produces 8bhp of power and 9Nm of torque. The Navi will be available in three body styles - Navi street, Navi adventure and the Navi off-road. With Honda offering a slew of optional extras for the Navi, customisability is a crucial part of its appeal. It is available in five paint schemes - red, white, black, green and orange.
Inspired from Honda’s Grom bike, the Navi is a compact small scooter, which looks fun and interesting. In fact, Honda is currently in the process of launching a range of Navi scooters and we’ll see them in the next few months. In terms of the dimensions, the Navi measures 1805mm in length, 748mm in width, 1039mm in height and 1286 mm in wheelbase. It has a ground clearance of 156mm, a seat height of 765mm, a kerb weight of 101kg and a fuel tank capacity of 3.8-litres.
The Navi can be booked through Honda’s dealership across the country and at the same time through an android app which is available on Google play store. The Navi is priced at Rs 42,779 (ex-showroom, Delhi)