Honda has updated the Navi with CBS (Combined Braking System). Now priced at Rs 47,110 (ex-showroom Delhi), the CBS variant is Rs 1,796 more expensive than the standard model. Honda will continue to sell the non-CBS variant for the time being. Other than the safety update, the Honda Navi remains cosmetically and mechanically unchanged.
Preferred For : Daily Commute
43% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
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 researched & developed in India by Honda India engineers. Good for city usage also if with a pillion then 25 kms & above travelling can be cramped. Rest the performance according to the specs is really good.
It’s fun to ride. When you crusie in navi everyone has an e Von you. It feels a bit weird sometimes. But it it also gives us an sense of individuality 😎😎😎
Good power for a 100cc motorcycle but small fuel tank that's the only drawback and not a good bike for tall people
I get 60-63 kmpl if we ride in economy speed.As navi is short nd light its very easy to maneuver in tight spots nd jam.
It"s funky bike, but Disappointed with mileage. Over all not for regular bike.
We stretch the Navi’s highway muscle and take it out of its natural habitat
Tackling the monsoon and doing much more with the exciting moto-scooter from Honda
The Honda Navi has come in as a trendy option for the youngsters buying their first two-wheelers. But, at a similar price, where does it stand against the established scooters like the Honda Activa?