Honda Motorcycles and Scooters has announced the commencement of the export of the Navi to Nepal .The Navi, what is being touted as the company's new kind of two-wheeler, is completely developed and validated in India by Honda's R&D.
Honda said that the Navi has received overwhelming response in Nepal, where it was showcased at the Nepal Auto Show 2016. The Navi is the quickest to achieve 500 units dispatch in just three weeks of its launch in Nepal, said the company.
"After witnessing huge success of NAVI in the Indian market, we wish to extend this revolution to other parts of the world. Being one of our largest export market and a young vibrant country, we are commencing NAVI exports to Nepal. The overwhelming response received at the Nepal Auto Show and first 500 unit export dispatch in a matter of just 3 weeks is an evidence in itself of its surging demand, NAVI-lution is on its way to hit Nepal roads," said Yadvinder Singh Guleria- senior vice president, Sales & Marketing, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd.
The Navi, the first product to be conceived, designed, developed and validated in India by Honda's R&D is built on a new chassis and is designed to look like a bike with the convenience of a scooter. Honda Navi measures 1,805mm in length, 748mm in width, 1,039mm in height, and has a wheelbase of 1,286mm. It has a kerb weight of 101kg and gets a fuel tank of 3.8 litres. It also features telescopic suspension in the front and hydraulic suspension in the rear.
The Navi is powered by a 109cc four-stroke SI engine that also does duty in the Activa. The motor can churn out 7.83bhp of power at 7,000rpm and 8.96Nm of peak torque at 5,500Nm.