Honda Navi

2016 Honda Navi

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Honda Navi
  • Year: 2016
  • Make: Honda
  • Model: Navi
  • Top Speed: 43 mph (Est.)
  • Price: INR 39990

Not only in India, but across the globe, in general, there are only two types of two wheelers used by people – scooters and motorcycles. Though over the years, thanks to many advancements and technology and engineering practices, there have been a couple of products which have broken the common notions and carved a niche for themselves, like Piaggio MP3, Harley Davidson Trike and many more.

In the Indian two wheeler market, though, there are only motorcycles and scooters which are sold (yes, there was a bebek from Hero Honda called the Street but was soon pulled off due to negligible demand). We Indians like to stick with common notions and seldom give a chance to something which breaks the ice and has the capability to be revolutionary.

Honda has taken that opportunity to carve a niche and has come up with something unusual. Yes, the substance in talks here is the all new Navi, which was one of the most talked about two wheeler unveiled in the Auto Expo 2016. The Navi has already created a huge amount of anticipation for its stance, which is something in the middle of a scooter and a motorcycle. Putting up a full stop to all the anticipation and queries, here’s our comprehensive review of the all new Honda Navi.

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Honda will launch four 'all-new' models by FY18. Here is what we think are coming.

Honda will launch four ’all-new’ models by FY18. Here is what we think are coming.

By investing ₹ 1600 cr, Honda 2Wheelers India aims at top trumps.

One of the largest motorcycle manufacturer, Honda, is firing on all pistons and doing tremendously well in pioneering many great technology and features onto the world streets. Now, they are getting busy in a run to stay as the world leaders by introducing newer models to their line-up and getting a fresh breed of motorcycles for us to grin about.

The Indian leg of the Japanese brand, Honda 2Wheelers, is also targeting a 20% growth in volume and has reportedly invested a tune of ₹ 1600 crore in new capacities and 4 new models it plans to launch in FY-18. Doing so, the Japanese are gunning for the pole position, grabbing it from its erstwhile partner Hero MotoCorp.

April 24, 2017 05:30
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Honda Introduces Navi Adventure & Chrome editions

Honda Introduces Navi Adventure & Chrome editions

Both the variants will cost you an additional money besides the ex showroom Price

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt Ltd (HMSI) has started their New Year with a bang by launching two new variants of their popular entry level two wheeler Navi. The two newest variants are called the Adventure and Chrome editions and both of them were previewed at the 2016 Auto expo held last year.

Both the customized variants are available only with Black colour options though. The Adventure edition gets a windscreen on top of the headlamp unit, knuckle guards, added protection surrounding the headlamp, engine underguard, a duel tone seat cover and a luggage box. The entire kit is priced at INR. 8,525. The Honda Navi Chrome editions on the other hand gets luggage box, side lower guards, chrome headlamp cluster and crash guard. The entire chrome kit will set you back an additional INR. 5, 065 over the ex showroom Price.

The Honda Navi hasn’t received any mechanical changes though and is still powered by the 109.19 cc, single cylinder, four stroke, HET (Honda Eco Technology) engine which is capable of producing about 8 PS of peak power at 7,000 rpm and 8.96 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm. Power is delivered to the wheels via the V-matic continuously variable transmission.

The standard NAVi is available in 5 colour options: Patriot Red, Hopper Green, Shasta White, Sparky Orange & Black. The Navi also achieved a huge milestone of exporting 2000 units dispatched within just 4 months. The Scooter is currently being exported to the Countries like Nepal and Sri Lanka.

January 6, 2017 04:00
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Honda Navi Customized Variants Launching Soon!

Honda Navi Customized Variants Launching Soon!

The scooters received plenty of customization options and two new variants

Honda promised everyone during the time of launch of the Navi that they will bring plenty of customization option for their entry level scooter at a later stage. Now after almost a year of its launch Honda kept their promise and introduced the Customization option for the Navi.

Apart from the different coloured parts the Navi will also get two new variants in the form of Navi Chrome and Navi Adventure Edition. Now these variants only received cosmetic upgrades while under the skin the Navi still houses the 109.19 cc HET air cooled mill capable of producing 8 bhp of maximum power at 7,000 rpm and 8.96 Nm of peak torque at 5,500 rpm. This is the same engine which also powers Honda’s range of automatic scooters as well including the Activa.

If we talk about the two customized variants, the Navi chrome gets additional headlight protector, side lower cover, rear grip finished in chrome while it also gets an additional luggage box as well. The entire package is available only with the Black colour scheme and will cost you an extra INR. 5,065 over the ex showroom Price.

The other customized variant which will be available along with the Chrome edition is called the Navi Adventure edition. This variant gets front knuckle protector, rear grip underguard, headlight protector, a completely new seat cover, luggage box and new graphics. This entire package will set you back an additional INR. 8,525 over the ex showroom price of the scooter.

The Honda Navi is priced at INR. 39, 648 (ex showroom Delhi), while the Navi Chrome has a price tag of INR 44,713, the Navi Adventure is priced at INR 48,173 (both ex-showroom, Delhi). The Navi variants will be available soon at a showroom a near you.

January 2, 2017 04:10
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Check from where Honda Navi took inspiration

Check from where Honda Navi took inspiration

Grom is Honda’s latest scooter sized motorcycle

Honda Grom, sounds familiar? It may not. But you surely know about the Honda Navi, right?

Well, Honda Grom is where the Navi has taken inspiration from. Unveiled at the 2016 New Delhi Auto Expo Honda has created a new niche in Indian market. The Honda Navi can be described as a motorcycle like scooter or scooter like motorcycle. It looks odd with its design. It features short scooter like wheels and stance, while the chassis and frame looks like motorcycle.

Honda first introduced the Grom, which showed the potential of such a scooter sized motorcycle. The Honda Grom is also known as MSX125. If you look at it, it looks very much identical to the Honda Navi. It comes with a bit more powerful and larger engine although. The Honda Grom is powered by a 124.9 cc single cylinder air cooled four stroke engine. On the other hand the Honda Navi is powered by a 109.2 cc single cylinder air cooled four stroke engine. It gets a V-matic automatic transmission and generates 8.3 PS of peak power and 8.96 Nm of peak torque. The top speed for Honda Navi is 81 kmph while it offers 60 kmpl of fuel efficiency.

Here let’s take a look at the Honda Grom’s video review.

July 9, 2016 12:00
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6 Of The Most Unique Looking Motorcycles That You Will Find On Sale In India

6 Of The Most Unique Looking Motorcycles That You Will Find On Sale In India

Ride any one of them and get noticed instantly

Getting something different than the usual really makes us proud be it property, personal styling or choices of cars and motorcycles. Today we have decided to provide you a list of motorcycles which are unique in terms of styling and yes! They are available within your budget. Offcourse! We do have plenty of motorcycles in the Indian market but choosing the most unique ones is definitely the toughest job.

Today we have decided to pick out 5 of the most unique looking motorcycles available in the Indian market today and we are pretty sure that they really can turn some heads wherever you actually go with them.

Click past jump to go through the list

July 6, 2016 12:00
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Yamaha Ray VS Honda Navi VS TVS Jupiter

Yamaha Ray VS Honda Navi VS TVS Jupiter

Find out who wins the top spot

Scooters are definitely the newest trend in the Indian market and we have already said this before and we are saying it once again. The most competitive scooter segment of the market has to be the 110 cc segment where there are plenty of competitors from different manufacturers but the newest competitor in the block surely has gathered lot of positive response from the people being practical for as well as sporty at the same time.

I mean think once again the new Honda Navi which was launched at the 2016 Auto Expo instantly become a hit but although it is completely different than the other scooters that it competes with in its segment but that does not actually take away the fact that the Honda Navi is actually powered by the same Honda Activa engine and even uses the same Activa frame as well. The Honda Navi basically is a crossover in between scooter and motorcycle but the added amount of practicality to it is what makes it unique.

So without any further due let us get straight into the comparison between three of the popular two wheeler right now in the scooter market the list includes the Honda Navi, updated Yamaha Ray and the popular TVS Jupiter.

June 21, 2016 13:34
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Honda Navi: Interesting Facts That You Should Know

Honda Navi: Interesting Facts That You Should Know

A complete guide for those who are planning to get their hands on one

Honda surely surprised everyone when they launched the Navi at the 2016 Auto Expo. It was an unique two wheeler which definitely opened a completely new segment of its own. The Navi surely promises the comfort of a motorcycle but it has all the functionality of a scooter which means you can actually carry your domestic goods in the Navi without worrying too much.

Before we go into any other details we should also inform you that you can book the Navi by both going to the showroom as well via an android application on your mobile phone. This application is available on Google Play service and the prices for the Navi starts at INR. 39,500 (ex-showroom, Delhi). Honda basically wanted to create a two wheeler which is affordable and practical at the same time, they also wanted to target the rural market of India.

Below provided are five most important facts that you should know before getting your hands on one of the most unique two wheeler of the country.

June 14, 2016 14:30
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Honda Navi Sales Crosses 10, 000 Units Within 5 Months

Honda Navi Sales Crosses 10, 000 Units Within 5 Months

The puny bike won peoples hearts and has sold in huge numbers

Honda showcased the Navi at the Auto Expo 2016 and it was one brilliant looking thing that attracted huge attention. The puny vehicle looked like it was a mix between scooter and motorcycle, while it underpins the Honda Activa platform. This was definitely something new for the Indian market and luckily people appreciated the new product from Honda.

According to the report on Zigwheels the sales of the new Navi has crossed 10, 000 units mark which actually tells us that there is a huge demand for this new product in the Indian market. Powering the Navi is the same 110 cc HET single-cylinder engine which also does duty on the Honda Activa 3G scooter, this unit is capable of producing about 7.83 hp of peak power at 7,000 rpm and 8.96 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm, the engine is paired to a V-matic (continuously variable transmission) transmission. Honda claims that the new Navi has a fuel efficiency of excess of 60kmpl, while it also weighs a mere 101 kg.

Honda has surprisingly priced the Navi really aggressively and it costs Rs 39,500 ex-showroom Delhi. Honda is also planning to launch a new range of accessories for the monkey bike soon as well.

June 3, 2016 12:00
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OVERVIEW 2016 Honda Navi

2016 Honda Navi

Not only in India, but across the globe, in general, there are only two types of two wheelers used by people – scooters and motorcycles. Though over the years, thanks to many advancements and technology and engineering practices, there have been a couple of products which have broken the common notions and carved a niche for themselves, like Piaggio MP3, Harley Davidson Trike and many more.

In the Indian two wheeler market, though, there are only motorcycles and scooters which are sold (yes, there was a bebek from Hero Honda called the Street but was soon pulled off due to negligible demand). We Indians like to stick with common notions and seldom give a chance to something which breaks the ice and has the capability to be revolutionary.

Honda has taken that opportunity to carve a niche and has come up with something unusual. Yes, the substance in talks here is the all new Navi, which was one of the most talked about two wheeler unveiled in the Auto Expo 2016. The Navi has already created a huge amount of anticipation for its stance, which is something in the middle of a scooter and a motorcycle. Putting up a full stop to all the anticipation and queries, here’s our comprehensive review of the all new Honda Navi.

March 14, 2016 05:19
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