Honda Navi has been launched in the Indian market at the Auto Expo 2016. Priced at Rs 39,500 (ex-showroom, Delhi), the vehicle can be booked through an android application – ‘Navi’ – that can be downloaded from Google PlayTM store. And the deliveries will be commenced from April, 2016 onwards. Designed for the Indian market, the Navi is Honda’s first product that has been fully developed in India by its in-house two-wheeler R&D division, right from the concept stage to commercial production.
Unveiled at the Auto Expo 2016, the Honda Navi is basically a cross between a motorcycle and a scooter that will target young audience. It is the India’s first two-wheeler crossover that provides power and agility of a bike and comfort of a scooter. In the name, the NAVI stands for ‘New Additional Value for India’. Honda says that the Navi creates a “new segment in fun riding” – an entry-level off-roader. In its standard from, it’s ‘Fun to See’ (Fun-tastic design concept) and pure ‘Fun to Ride’ (powered by a peppy 110cc Honda HET with automatic transmission). The Navi claims to have Honda’s Fun DNA with new features and specifications that differentiate it from other 110cc scooters and motorcycles.