The Navi is quirky two-wheeler from Honda that has the mechanicals of a scooter and the looks of a motorcycle. Inspired by the Honda Grom, the Navi is targeted at the age group 18-25 and sits right above the Cliq in the company’s product portfolio.
While the Navi might look like a motorcycle, it isn’t one. It is powered by Honda’s tried and trusted 110cc engine that powers the popular Activa. This engine capable of producing produces 8bhp of power and 9Nm of torque. The Navi features telescopic forks up front and a monoshock at the rear. Braking is taken care by drum brakes at both ends and is equipped with a combi-brake system which partially applies the front brake on the application of the rear brake. This reduces the overall braking distance thus improving braking efficiency.
The Navi has a ground clearance of 156mm and a seat height of 765mm. It has a kerb weight of 101kg and a fuel tank capacity of 3.8-litres. Honda offers the Navi with five paint schemes - red, white, black, green, orange and brown.
In the Indian two-wheeler market besides the Cliq in Honda’s stable, the Navi doesn’t face any direct competition.