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Honda Navi Chrome & Adventure Variants Launched

Honda Navi Chrome & Adventure editions are available at Rs 44,713 and Rs 48,173 (ex, Delhi) respectively.

  • Chhavi Kaushik
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Honda Navi Adventure

The Honda Navi Chrome and Adventure editions will cost you additional Rs 5,065 and Rs 8,525 respectively over the regular model.

January 6, 2017 – Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) has added two new customised variants to the Navi lineup. While the Honda Navi Chrome edition has been priced at Rs 44,713, the Navi Adventure variant is available at Rs 48,173. Aforementioned prices are ex-showroom, Delhi. This means one has to pay additional Rs 5,065 and Rs 8,525 for the Chrome and Adventure variants respectively.

Interested buyers can pre-book the new variants via a ‘Navi’ smartphone application. As a reminder, the Honda Navi Chrome and Adventure editions were showcased at Delhi Auto Expo previous year. Read – Honda Two Wheelers Achieves 28 Million Sales Mark in India

Honda Navi Chrome

The Honda Navi Chrome comes with a chrome headlamp cluster, luggage box, luggage box side lower guards, crash guard and rear grip. On the other hand, the Honda Navi Adventure gets dual-tone seat cover, tall windscreen, under guard, new decals, luggage box and knuckle guards. Read – BSIV Compliant 2017 Honda Unicorn 160 Launched

While the Chrome kit costs additional Rs 5,065, the Adventure variant is Rs 8,525 pricier than the regular model. The standard customisation options offered with Navi include decals, wheel highlights, storage boxes and custom paint jobs.

Both the new editions are available only in black paint scheme. Mechanically, the Honda Navi Chrome and Adventure remain unchanged. There is the same 109.19cc HET (Honda Eco Technology) engine with the V-matic CVT gearbox. This power mill churns out 8bhp at 7,000rpm and 8.96Nm at 5,500rpm. For the record, HMSI claims that the Navi returns an impressive mileage of 60kmpl.

Launched at Rs 39,648 (ex-showroom, Delhi), the Honda Navi has created a ‘new segment in fun riding’. Referred as ‘India’s first two-wheeler crossover’, the Navi crossed 50,000 units sales mark within six months of its arrival in the market.

 

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