Video: Honda Navi first look

The motorcycle is powered by the Honda Activa's trusted 110cc mill mated to an automatic transmission

Overdrive February 16, 2016 09:30:36 IST
Video: Honda Navi first look

HMSI sprung a pleasant surprise on us at the Auto Expo 2016 by launching the Navi motorcycle. It is priced at Rs 39,500, ex-Delhi and is available in three trims- street, adventure and off-road. The diminutive motorcycle is a result of the R&D by HMSI's Indian arm and is the first amongst its kind to be launched here. The motorcycle is powered by the Honda Activa's trusted 110cc mill mated to an automatic transmission. HMSI says that the motorcycle will be manufactured here and will be in showrooms from April 2016. Prospective buyers can...

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