The Navi will be displayed at IMS Outdoors motorcycle show
It will go on sale from January 2022 in the American market
It was launched in the Indian market five years back in 2016
Honda Navi has been launched in the United States of America. The bike has been priced at $1,807 which roughly translates to Rs 1.34 Lakhs in Indian currency. It will be available in four color options namely Red, Grasshopper Green, Nut Brown and Ranger Green. Honda Navi will go on sale from January 2022 in the American market except for the state of California where its sales will start a month later in February. The Navi will be on display at this weekend’s IMS Outdoors motorcycle show in Costa Mesa, California.
Honda Navi is a mix of Honda’s Ruckus and Grom. As evident by the design, the styling is inspired from a motorcycle with a few convenience features of a scooter. Being wrapped up in an appealing miniMOTO package, it flaunts Honda Accessory graphics which are produced in collaboration with Icon. The bike comes with a low seat height of 30.1 inches while it gets an RV bumper rack and a storage bin for stowing a jacket, snack or textbooks. Honda Navi has been introduced with a V-Matic automatic transmission while there is no shift lever or clutch lever. It has been equipped with a 110cc engine. The bike will be among the models included in the Motorcycle Industry Council’s Ride With Us Moto Intro experience.
“From the original Cub to the Grom, Honda has a proud legacy of producing miniMOTO models that open doors to new riders, and the Navi is set to extend that trend even further. This miniMOTO checks all the boxes for new riders, like simple operation, a fun design, low operating costs and Honda reliability – all for well under $2,000. We’re pleased to make motorcycling possible for more riders by offering the Navi in the U.S,” said Brandon Wilson, Sports & Experiential Manager at American Honda. The Navi was launched in the Indian market five years back in 2016 and it took merely a couple of years to knock down the 1 lakh units sales milestone. It is being exported from India to the USA.
The bike has been priced at $1,807 which roughly translates to Rs 1.34 Lakhs More...