Over 900 bookings registered for the Honda Navi – IAB Report

Posted on: Mar 3, 2016 - 3:35pm IST

Delivery to be commenced in April.

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has announced that 900 bookings have been received for the Honda Navi, and that 15,000 Honda Navi App downloads (in Android platform) have been recorded, thus far since the model’s debut at the Auto Expo 2016 last month.

Honda Navi Sparky Orange side at Auto Expo 2016
The Honda Navi is the first Honda two wheeler to be developed from scratch in India.

The Honda Navi was launched at the Auto Expo at INR 39,500 (ex-showroom, Delhi) with deliveries set to commence in April. It is a new type of two-wheeler that has the form of a motorcycle and the function of a scooter. It was designed and developed entirely by the Indian R&D wing of Honda Two Wheelers, and it is the first vehicle to have been developed from the ground-up by HMSI. It will be offered with a wide array of official accessories.

Honda Navi Sparky Orange rear quarter at Auto Expo 2016
The Navi is capable of reaching a top speed of 81 km/h.

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The Navi is powered by the Honda Activa 3G’s engine, which is the 110 cc forced-air-cooled single-cylinder engine with HET (Honda Eco Technology). The motor is tuned to produce a maximum power of 7.83 hp at 7,000 rpm and a peak torque of 8.96 Nm at 5,500 rpm, and is mated to the familiar V-matic transmission (CVT). The Navi can attain a top speed of 81 km/h.

Honda Navi Patriot Red – Image Gallery

Honda Navi Sparky Orange – Image Gallery

Honda Navi Shasta White – Image Gallery

Honda Navi Hopper Green – Image Gallery

Honda Navi Black – Image Gallery

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