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The upright motorcycle-like stance and rear-positioned scooter engine is what makes the Navi defy conventional motorcycle dynamics.
At first glance, the Navi bears little resemblance to the Activa. Engine feel and seating position will remind you that at heart, it still is.
The diminutive proportions of the Navi are more prominent when astride the motorcycle. Excellent for cutting through city traffic.
Central plastic tank-pad concept has been borrowed from the Honda Hornet. Plastic quality could be improved as the current one feels rather flimsy.
The speedometer console looks and feels dated. Lack of a fuel gauge doesn't seem to help much.
What is novel is that the engine bay can accommodate a storage bin. The actual engine sits at the rear like that in a conventional scooter.
The Navi still comes with conventional telescopic forks and a 130mm drum brake up-front. Front rim size has been increased to 12 inches from 10.
Seat release key-hole can be found under the left body panel. Might take a bit of searching to find initially.
Rubber flaps are used instead of plastic to conceal the air-box hose pipe.
Under-seat storage is minimal and is mainly occupied by the air-box.
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