|Others||Rs 69 |
|On Road||Rs 43,275|
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|Others||Rs 269 |
|On Road||Rs 42,776|
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- Good ride and handling
- Unconventional funky design
- Nimble to ride in the city
- Gets funky colour options
- Small 4 litre fuel tank
- No fuel indicator
- Ride is on the stiffer side
The Honda Navi is unlike anything in the Indian market. It is a mini bike with the Activa's 110cc motor and is a greak affordable and funky scooter
Honda Navi Highlights
February 14, 2016: Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd (HMSI) has brought an all new concept with the launch of NAVi, which is a crossover between scooter and motorcycle. Launched at Rs. 39,500 (ex-showroom, Delhi) at the 2016 Auto Expo, the bookings of NAVi have begun and more than 50 bookings were done within 12 hours of its launch. The moto-scooter can also be booked through Honda NAVi’s android app and the deliveries are expected to start thi Read more...
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Honda Navi Colours
There are 4 variant(s) available. Honda Navi comes in 5 different colour(s) - Black, Orange, Red, White, Green. There are 4 variants starting from Rs. 42,776 onwards.
Honda Navi Mileage
Honda Navi gives a mileage of 60 Kmpl in city, as claimed by the company.
mileage as per ARAI Data
* Includes only fuel and maintenance cost
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Navi User Reviews
3.6/5 14 Reviews
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Most positive review
guys it's two seater...gearless...petrol engine....I am enjoying it seriously it's hybrid.... modifications are also too much
Most critical review
I've purchased this from Parekh Wings Malad. Got defective & used bike. Honda is a cheater. Scratches dents no suspension cover and cap, used till 37.....
Honda Navi Expert Review
Honda Motorcycles and Scooters Ltd has finally broken the cover from its 110cc mini bike called the NAVi on February 3, 2016. This first of its kind two-wheeler was launched at Rs. 39,500 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The bookings of the NAVi has already been started and the deliveries will start from April this year. As per the company officials, this mini bike got the decent response from public and they successfully booked more than 50 units within few hours of the launch. One can book the vehicle by simply installing its official app. The company has showcased it in three variants namely - Navi Street, Navi Adventure, and Navi off-road.
Honda NAVi is basically a crossover of scooter and motorcycle, which gets its power from a 109.19cc 4-stroke, a single cylinder HET engine that also powers the 110cc Activa. Having coupled to a V-matic (automatic) gearbox, its engine is capable enough to produce 7.83bhp of power at and 8.96Nm of torque. This mini bike can reach the top speed of 81kmph. With the launch of NAVi, Honda has created a fresh segment altogether to cater to the youth of the nation. Since it belongs to an all-new segment, it won’t be having any direct rivalry.
Earlier, on a new year, the company had updated its website stating ‘Happy NAVi year’ instead of a new year, indicating their next launch. The caption on the picture was saying, “Here to change the way India plays with two-wheels’. This led to a speculation what their next product will be. Earlier, there were rumours that it will likely to get the 125cc engine of Activa 125 and will look like the “Hero Honda Street”, which were proved rumours only. Considering the price it has been offered with, it is definitely a two-wheeler that stands itself out from the rest.
Aesthetically, the Navi reminds us about the Honda’s mini trail bike Z250 from the 1970s and the Honda Grom, which has achieved a big success in the international market. It almost looks the younger sibling of 125cc Grom. It looks more like a bike than a scooter and its fairing probably represents ‘V’ of the NAVi having connected to a rectangular headlamp. The instrument cluster of this crossover is quite simple and does not look complicated. The external fuel cap makes it easier to fill the petrol. It will be available in 5 colour variants namely - Patriot Red, Green, Shasta White, Sparky Orange, and Black. It has been given body coloured steel grab rail for the convenience of the pillion. The Honda NAVi boasts of vacant space below fuel tank position that can carry removable storage. It weighs 101 kgs and comes with 3.8 litres of a fuel tank.
Powering this crossover motorcycle is a 109.19cc, 4-stroke, single cylinder HET engine that is also employed in the 110cc Activa. Its smooth powerplant is capable enough to produce 7.83bhp of power at 7,000rpm along with the maximum torque of 8.96Nm at 5,500rpm. It comes mated to a V-Matic automatic transmission which is being used in Honda Scooters.
The company has offered it somewhere between its 110cc motorcycle and scooter. This monkey bike has been drum brakes at both the ends.
For NAVi, the Japanese manufacturer has reworked on the chassis to justify its handling. It is more or less the height of its scooter range and assists persons with every stature. The butterfly handlebar of this bike gives it an upright feel while cornering. We have not ridden it yet, so it would be difficult to comment on the full potential of this crossover. We need to wait to get our hands on it to give any verdict about it.
For the safety purposes, the NAVi has been given drum brakes at both front and rear sides. It headlamps return brighter and steady beam of light while riding after sunset. The rear view mirrors keep the rider aware of what is happening behind and prevents unwanted circumstances. It is likely to get tubeless tyres, which can be handy in case of emergency as these tyres do not lose out air pressure instantly during punctures.