Honda Navi is one of its kind two wheeler in India. The pocket bike inspired design of the Navi intrigues a lot of onlookers. The Navi was first showcased at the Auto Expo 2016, where it attracted a lot of visitors. Soon, Honda launched the scooter turned into a bike in the market. At the Auto Expo, Honda showcased many different customisation options of the Navi, but the company did not offer it at the time of the of the Navi. With the launch, Honda only offered the colour customisation option.
Honda has now added two customised options for the Navi. The customers can buy the options as an add-on kit. Customers can also buy the new scooter with all the custom options from the dealership. The two new custom options are called Chrome and Adventure.
The Chrome kit costs Rs. 5,065 and adds a lot of bling to the Navi. The kit consists of rear grip, headlight protector, headlight cover, underbody guard, side lower cover and a luggage box. The kit will be useful for the customers who like to keep within the city limits but need space to carry their daily needs. It will also make the Navi look way different from the rest.
The other kit is the Adventure kit, and it costs Rs. 8,525. The kit is meant for the customers to tackle rough riding conditions. It makes the Navi look brute. The Adventure Kit comes with headlight protector, new seat cover, knuckle guard set, underbody guard, visor, luggage box, rear grip and new decals. Both the kits are only available in black colour.
The Navi is a stripped down version of the Honda Activa. It is also powered by the same 109cc four-stroke engine that churns out a maximum of 7.8 BHP as the Activa. The power goes to the rear wheel through a CVT.
The standard version of the Navi is priced at Rs. 39,648, while the Chrome kit Navi is priced at Rs. 44,713. The Adventure version of the Navi gets the highest price tag of Rs. 48,173 (all prices are ex-showroom, Delhi).