With a more powerful engine and better ride quality, the Honda Navi Go could be be priced around Rs 55,000 – Rs 60,00 (ex-showroom).
Power for the Honda Navi Go will come from a more powerful 125cc engine that will make it more fun to ride.
After the successful launch of the Navi, Honda Two-Wheelers is planning to introduce a bigger and more powerful version of the vehicle. Called the Honda Navi Go 125cc, this new version will be powered by a 125cc engine, and more fun to ride. The Honda Navi is, currently, available in 7 Indian cities including Delhi, Gurgaon, Mumbai, Pune, Banglore, Ahmedabad and Chennai. The company has already sold out 5,000 units of the vehicle within first few months of its launch.
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Based on a new design philosophy, the Honda Navi is claimed to be ‘Fun to See’ and pure ‘Fun to Ride’ vehicle. It’s not only India’s first two-wheeler crossover, but Honda’s first product developed entirely by its Indian R&D division as well.
According to a report, the Honda Navi Go will be launched in the Indian market by the end of this year. However, the company hasn’t yet confirmed any detail of the vehicle.
With a more powerful engine and better ride quality, the new Honda Navi Go will be priced a bit higher than the regular 110cc model. We expect it to be priced around Rs 55,000 – Rs 60,000 (ex-showroom).
Currently, the Honda Navi is available with a 109.19cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled SI engine that is good enough for 7.8bhp and 9Nm of torque. This powertrain is boasted with Honda Eco Technology (HET) that helps the vehicle deliver a mileage over 60kmpl. Transmission on offer is a V-Matic gearbox. The Navi has an electronic speed limit of 81kmph.
In terms of dimensions, the Honda Navi is 1,805mm long, 748mm wide and 1,039mm tall. It has a wheelbase of 1,286mm, and a ground clearance of 156mm. Its seat height measures 765mm. This mini bike comes equipped with 90/90-12 front and 90/100-10 rear tubeless tyres. The entry-level off-roader is available in five color schemes – Patriot Red, Shasta White, Hooper Green, Black and Sparky Orange.
125cc petrol engine