Auto Expo 2016: Honda launch the Navi at 39,500

From the looks of things Honda has some pretty exciting prospects for the coming year. Headlining the slew of unveils, is the much anticipated Honda Navi. The Navi is a cross between a scooter and a mini-bike, and has been completely developed from the ground up in India. Honda have showcased three possible variants of the Navi; the street, adventure and off-road.

The Navi will get the Activa’s 110cc HET engine with the CVT transmission. Interestingly the Navi’s modular design will allow for lots of customization and personalization options. This scooter-bike will hit showrooms in five colour options and will cost Rs 39,500 (ex-showroom Delhi), with deliveries starting by the end of April 2016.

Honda also announced the incoming CRF 1000L Africa twin, which will come in as a CKD, and will be built in India. This means that it will be affordable by Honda’s standard but judging by the CBR650F, it will probably be placed slightly above the rest of the segment.

That aside, Honda have also promised to launch four refreshed models in the coming year. In the refresh list are the Unicorn 160, the Dream Neo and the CD100 Dream Deluxe.

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