As far as dimensions are concerned, Honda Navi resembles Honda Activa, measuring up to 1805mm long, 748mm wide and 1039mm high. This is all what they both have it in common when styling and design are concerned.
Honda Navi features a refreshing design, contrastive color shades splashed on the bike, making this amazing commuter motorcycle to radiate a perfect superbike aura. A large head-lamp is also featured in the bike, making the bike display a funky two-wheeler superbike look.
There are two editions the Honda Navi is launched in – Adventure and Chrome. Choices of these two editions give customers wide-sportier options to consider their favorite bike from.
The Adventure Edition follows a little rugged style, featuring a fly-screen and brown color theme that can further be customized just as how the rider wants. This edition also carries storage compartments in the ride where you can store your riding utilities.
Chrome Edition, however, features chrome panels on the side tank of the bike and rest of the features are all the same. Buying a Chrome Edition of Honda, you will need to get an additional Chrome Kit that will cost extra up to Rs. 5065.
Engine specifications include a single-cylinder, four-stroke, air-cooled engine powered as 110cc, churning maximum power up to 8bhp at 7000rpm and 9Nm, having torque at 5500rpm. Color options are wide too, letting you to choose from seven different color options – Adventure Black, Chrome Black, Sparky Orange, Black, Patriot Red, Hopper Green and Shasta White.
The key features of the bike include Tubeless Tyres, Riding Comfort, Front Telescopic Suspension, Honda Eco Technology, 110cc Honda Engine and Adventure Kit.
Extra riding comfort feature is added to provide you a comfortable riding all along your trip. Furthermore, Tubeless Tyres are attached to tackle any milestones occurring in the way.