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Honda has launched the BS-IV version of the Navi. The previous version was discontinued owing to the Government banning the sales of BS-III vehicles. With a new 109.10cc BS-IV motor, the new Navi gets cosmetic updates in the form of body coloured headlamp cover, mirrors and grab rails. It also gets two colour options: Ladakh Brown and Ranger Green. The rear shock absorber also gets a red paint jobfor a sporty look. Other updates include a new instrument cluster that now includes a fuel gauge.

Power comes courtesy of a tried and tested 109cc air-cooled single cylinder mill that powers Honda's other 110cc scooters. The Navi uses a modified form of the Activa's frame with inverted front telescopic forks and rear side mounted single shock absorber. The 12-inch front and 10-inch rear steel wheels and tubeless tyres too have been borrowed from the Activa. Braking is via 130mm drums on both wheels. It weighs a scant 99 kilos and gets a 3.5-litre fuel tank.

Honda Navi Mileage

The claimed ARAI mileage for the Honda Navi petrol is 37 kmpl.

Editor's View of Honda Navi

  • Upside

    Design, Price

  • Downside

    Limited range due to timy fuel tank.

  • Our Verdict

    With the Honda Navi, the Japanese two-wheeler giant plans to kick-start a new mini-bike segment in the Indian market. The funky looking motorcycle with a gearless engine adopted from the Activa is a great option for youngsters planning to get their first motorcycle

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Honda Navi Colours

  • Shasta White
  • Patriot Red
  • Sparky Orange
  • Ranger Green
  • Ladakh Brown
  • Black

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April 12, 2016
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Honda Navi Highlights

Design and Features

The Honda Navi an adorable-looking bike. The square-shaped headlamp and the instrument cluster is all new. Bits like the indicators and the tail light are a hand-me-down from the Honda Stunner 125, which oddly work well to give this bike its funky persona. The new analogue instrument console in addition to the new fuel gauge offers basic readouts like speed, odometer and tell-tale lights for indicators and headlight high beam. The Navi gets switchgear that is familiar to Honda’s commuter motorcycles but there is no pass switch on offer. There are tonnes of accessories on offer as well, allowing the rider to customize the Navi to suit their personality.


The Navi is powered by the same motor that powers the Honda Activa and the Honda Cliq. Power and torque figures produced are also the same as it generates 8.o3PS of power and 8.94Nm of torque. It gets upside-down telescopic forks up front and a single shock absorber at the rear. Braking is carried out by 130mm drum brakes at both ends. At 99kg, it is amongst the lightest two-wheelers on offer and comes with a 3.5-litre fuel tank.


TVS Scooty Pep+: Launched back in 1996, the TVS Scooty with its petite dimensions and ease of use has remained a crowd favourite for many years now, particularly among the college-going crowd. The Scooty Pep+ came in with a refreshing design to further strengthen its positions among its fans. The Scooty Pep+ is not only more affordable than the Navi but also offers a lot more practicality with the comfort and storage space on offer. You also get a larger 5-litre fuel tank and the convenience of a floor board. Powering the Scooty Pep+ is a smaller 87.8cc engine that generates 3PS lesser power output.


The Navi is a very fresh and unique approach by Honda to lure a younger audience. It is not everyone’s cup of tea but is still a great ride for someone looking to zip around the city and stand out of the crowd. It is a mini bike that is designed not only for the youth but also for the ones young at heart. However, bear in mind that it does miss out on the storage space that a more traditional scooter like the TVS Scooty Pep+ provides. That said, it offers the dynamics of a motorcycle with the convenience of riding an automatic scooter.

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January 29, 2018
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Honda Navi User Reviews

4.2 /5
(Based on 12 ratings)
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BINAY_KUMAR_3 19 Dec 2018 4.2

Mileage is average 55-60 very nice pickup chalane me ekdum jabardast

Uses this bike for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 55 kmpl
Bharat_Malkani 3 Dec 2018 3.8

Not much to report. Performs as expected.

Uses this bike for : Leisure Rides
Gets mileage of : 40 kmpl
Rajiv_Rajan 24 Aug 2018 4.6

Honda Navi covers the Monkey bike segment in India which no other manufacturers do, inspired by the mx125/Grom from the same stable Honda in actually ...read more

Uses this bike for : Daily Commute | Occasional Commute | Leisure Rides
Gets mileage of : 40 kmpl
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