The offer includes its Chrome, Adventure and Color editions which are available at the same price as the standard Navi
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Honda has interesting offers on its pocket bike/scooter, the Navi. Ever since the two-wheeler was showcased at the 2016 Auto Expo, it has attracted buyers who want something different from the other similar products available in the market. Honda also showcased the Navi in different editions at the Auto Expo and also launched them some time ago. The editions are Chrome, Adventure and Color, each of which was available as an accessorized version at Rs 5,000 extra over the standard Navi. In a limited period offer, Honda is offering these editions at the price of a standard Navi.
The Navi is powered with a 110cc motor which produces 8PS @ 7000rpm and a peak torque of 8.96Nm @ 5500rpm. The engine is not updated yet, and is the same BS-III unit, though Honda will be updating it to BS-IV soon in order to meet the April 1, 2017 deadline for compliance with BS-IV emission norms. It gets telescopic forks at the front with mono-suspension at the rear.
The Adventure edition gets a big windscreen, hand guards, a headlamp protector, new side protectors, under-tank storage compartment, extended luggage tray which could also be used to mount an external storage compartment, dual-tone seat, fork protectors, crash bung, and a funky new camouflage colour option.
The Chrome edition gets new graphics, body-colored fork protectors, under-tank storage compartment, and chrome headlamp surrounds, headlamp protector, leg-guards and grab rails. Both the editions will be offered with a black colour option. The Color edition also gets new graphics, body-coloured fork protectors, under-tank storage compartments and body-colored headlamp guard, leg-guard, grab rails and fork protectors.
All editions of the Navi are now available at Rs 43,139 (ex-showroom, Delhi) and can also be booked from the ‘Navi’ mobile app on Android Playstore and Apple AppStore.