Honda has launched the Adventure and Chrome Editions of the popular Navi mini-motorcycle in India. The Honda Navi Adventure Edition is priced Rs 48,173 ex-showroom (Delhi). The Honda Navi Chrome Edition, on the other hand, is priced at Rs 44,713 ex-showroom (Delhi).
Both, the Honda Navi Adventure and Chrome Editions use the same 109.2cc engine use by the regular Navi which kicks out 8bhp @ 7,500rpm and 8.83Nm of torque @ 5,500rpm which is sent to the rear wheel through CVT gearbox.
The Honda Navi Adventure Edition adds the Adventure customisation kit to the regular Navi. The Adventure kit includes a knuckle guard set, RR grip, under guard, adventure stripe, headlight protector, adventure visor, and seat cover along with a luggage box.
The Honda Navi Chrome Edition adds the Chrome Kit to the Navi. The Chrome Kit adds a headlight protector and cover, and the luggage box, along with a chromed out side lower cover, under guard, and rear grip.
Both, the Honda Navi Adventure Edition and Chrome Edition are only available in black and can be booked for Rs 1,000, at the showroom or on the Navi app.
The Navi has proved to be a surprise package for Honda in India and crossed the cumulative 50,000 unit sales mark in the month of October, just six months after its launch. When the Navi was first unveiled at the 2016 Auto Expo, Honda was expecting to sell only 2,000 units of the mini-bike every month.
Honda has also started exporting the Navi to Nepal and Sri Lanka and plans to launch the popular bike in more markets as well.