Honda NAVi can easily be the oddest looking two-wheeler in India. It looks similar to the small racer bikes like the Yezdi but is a 110cc scooter. It has been purely built for the people and to zip through the traffic more quickly. Meanwhile, the 2018 Honda NAVi has been launched in India at a price of Rs 44,576 (Ex-showroom). The earlier generation was sold around Rs 2,000 cheaper. It gets some new feature upgrades along with 2 new colour schemes. The scooter is based on the global Honda Grom, which looks similar to this. However, if you see, it is a practical buy because of its small body, upright riding position, and low hung stance, it is easy to glide anywhere. The earlier edition used to lack on multiple points, but with this one, it makes gets the missing ones plus some more.
The 2018 Honda NAVi gets features such as a new fuel gauge, metal muffler protector, new body coloured elements- grab rail, headlight cover, rear view, mirrors and sporty red colour cushion spring. While it missed out on the most important fuel gauge, it gets in this one. However, storage is still an issue in this scooter. The 2 new colours of the NAVi are Ranger Green and Ladakh Brown.
The NAVi is powered by a 110cc HET engine that produces around 7.83 BHP of power and 8.96 Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a CVT gearbox. The top speed recorded on the scooter is around 81 Km/hr. The mileage of the scooter is expected to be around 55 KMPL. Coming to the other side of the mechanicals, it uses upside-down telescopic forks in front and mono-shock suspension in the back.
The length of the scooter is around 1805 mm, the width is around 748 mm and the height is around 1039 mm. The seat height of the scooter is around 765 mm and the ground clearance is of 156mm. The fuel tank capacity remains the same at 3.8 Litres. Now, the NAVi comes in total 6 colours: Patriot Red, Shasta White, Sparky Orange, Black, Ranger Green and Ladakh Brown.
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