Honda 2Wheelers has already exported 5000 CKD units of Navi bikes in the US markets

Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India is all set to expand its global exports footprint. Having said this, the company has commenced the exports of Navi bikes to the US markets. Furthermore, the export will be carried out through Honda de Mexico. 

Talking about this in detail, Honda 2Wheelers commenced the export in July this year. The company has already dispatched 5000 CKD units of Navi bikes to Mexico so far. Honda Navi is basically a crossover that was introduced by the brand in the US earlier this year. Moving on, Navi combines the advantages of both a scooter and motorcycle. The two-wheeler was developed in India for the domestic market. However, it was successful in garnering interests in the global markets as well. The two-wheeler has been discontinued in India. 

“I’m happy to share that Honda Mexico has announced the start of Honda Navi Exports to the US Market. Offering a unique appeal with a dynamic style of both scooter & motorcycle, Navi brings a world of limitless possibilities for its riders around the globe. With the start of CKD kits to Honda Mexico, HMSI had reaffirmed its commitment to become one of Honda’s manufacturing hubs for the world. The NAVi deliveries to US market via Honda Mexico has further strengthened our export portfolio in advanced markets, the new expansion has given us an opportunity yet again to set new standards of global manufacturing quality in India,” as commented by Atsushi Ogata, Managing Director, President & CEO, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd.

The company started the Navi exports back in 2016. Since then, it has been successful in selling more than 1,80,000 units in more than 22 export markets majorly led by Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East.

Read Also

Honda BigWing is an exclusive one-stop sales and service centres for the brand’s big bikes


News You May Like

'RAKSHITA' Bike Ambulances Based on Royal Enfield Motorcycle Inducted in
  • Published On : 18 January 2021
  • 1 min read

Today, 21 RAKSHITA bike ambulances were formally inducted into CRPF for timely evacuation of injured soldiers

Read More

1 Lakh Challans Issued During Lock-down: Delhi Traffic Police Gets on th
  • Published On : 20 May 2020
  • 1 min read

Delhi Traffic Police issues 1 Lakh challans during Coronavirus Lockdown period.

Read More