Honda Navi Off Road

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Honda Navi Off Road price, launch, specification, features

Honda Navi ‘Off road’ is a concept variant of the popular model introduced at the 2016 Auto Expo, Delhi.

Here are more details of the bike

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

News : Honda Navi | autopromag.com
Latest Industry buzz: -Showcased at the Auto Expo 2016, Delhi

-Rumor: With the huge success of Navi, Honda is heard to be looking at new ways to expand the brand. This could pave way for some of its concepts (including the Off road variant) to launch in India.

Expected price (ex-showroom, Delhi): Rs.45,000/-
Mileage 42-52 kmpl
0-100 km/h
Top speed 81 kmph
Launch date: 20172018  (not confirmed)
Manufacturer Honda
Bike segment Crossover
Displacement category 100-125cc
Price category Under 1 lakh
Colours available Red
Competition None

SPECIFICATION

Engine 109.2 cc,  Single Cylinder Engine with the HET
Power 8 BHP @ 7000 rpm
Torque 8.96 NM @ 5500 rpm
Transmission Automatic
Frame/Chassis Under Born Type
Cooling Air Cooled
Brakes Front:   130mm Drum
Rear:   130mm Drum
ABS: No
Wheel & Tire Front:  90/90-12, Offroad tyres
Rear:  90/100-10 , Off road tyres
Suspension Front:  Telescopic Forks
Rear:  Spring Loaded Hydraulic Shock Aborber

DIMENSIONS, DESIGN FEATURES AND VARIANTS AVAILABLE

Ground Clearance:  156 mm

Seat Height: 765 mm

Wheelbase: 1286 mm

Some features

Instrument console: Analog

Headlight: Single

The Honda Navi Off Road is an upgradation of the existing crossover (Scooter+Bike) and as the name suggest gets mild off-road prowess.

Some of its features include:

  • Off Road tyres
  • New ( &Raised) front mud guard
  • New Headlight cluster
  • Arm guard
  • Additional design elements

 *expected

Honda Navi off Road UBI Report

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Honda showcased the Navi Off-road concept at the Auto Expo 2016. The bike gets mild off-road essentials like off-road tyres and raised front mud guard, but overall practicality still remains to be seen. It might just be a ‘display only’ product for Honda to show off what the Navi is capable off.

At the moment we do not expect the bike to be launched as such. However Honda may provide accessories for similar upgrades in the future.

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