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).
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