The cosmetic components for the Navi will be available at Honda dealerships and can be fitted at the showrooms.
Along with launching the Navi at the Auto Expo, Honda has also displayed well kitted-out versions of the motorcycle equipped with the various accessories available for this highly customisable bike.
Honda has described the Navi as a fun mobility solution for youngsters, with styling that's a mix between a motorcycle and a scooter. Design cues of the bike include a dirt bike-like top portion while the suspension, engine positioning, integration and body frame are more reminiscent of a scooter. The Navi is the company’s first bike developed in-house at its R&D facility in India, and Honda has offered a host of accessories to further allow customers to customise this newest offering as their requirement.
The accessory list includes a crash guard, café-racer style rear view mirrors, changeable handles and crossbar, handle guards, visor, pillion grab rails, a handlebar-mounted mobile phone holder, a lockable storage box in place of the moped-like storage place behind the front wheel, a rear storage box, changeable body kits, headlamp guard, underbody guard and a USB charging socket to name a few.
Mechanically, the bike is powered by the same 7.8bhp, four-stroke, 109.2cc air-cooled engine that powers the Honda Activa.
Prices for the new Honda Navi start at Rs 39,500 (ex-showroom, Delhi).