Navi Achieves 50,000 Units Sales in 6 Months; Adventure & Chrome Editions Launched [Update]

Back in October 2016 we told you that Honda will be launching new Navi variants which will be based on the Auto Expo concept models they had put up on display. You can read that report here. And two months later with the arrival of 2017, Honda has officially shot a press release informing about the launch of two new customised variants – Navi Adventure and Chrome editions.

Basically accessorised versions of the regular Navi both these variants can be bought at all dealerships in India by paying an additional premium on the ex-showroom price of Navi (which is Rs 39,648 for Delhi).

Navi Adventure

The adventure model which is the better looker of the two gets…

  • Under guard
  • Adventure stripe
  • Luggage box
  • Seat cover adventure
  • Adventure visor
  • Headlight protector
  • RR grip
  • Knuckle guard set
The Adventure model which was showcased at the Auto Expo 2016

Navi Adventure Price: 

The cost of the adventure kit is Rs 8582 and hence the final ex-showroom price is Rs 48,173.

Navi Chrome

If you like chrome on your Navi, you can go for the Chrome customisation kit which comes with..

  • Side lower cover
  • Headlight protector
  • Rear grip
  • Under guard
  • Headlight cover
  • Luggage box

Navi Chrome price

The cost of the chrome kit is Rs 5065 and hence the ex-showroom Delhi price of Navi chrome is Rs 44,713.

Both the customised models can be had only in black colour and booked by paying Rs 1000 online through Navi’s official app. All prices mentioned here are ex-showroom Delhi.

Mechanically, both the Navi models remain absolutely unchanged and continue with the 109.19 cc 8 PS and 8.96 Nm single cylinder engine and gets upside down front forks and monoshock at the rear.

Honda also informs that they have registered total sales of over 50,000 units of Navi in October itself (which was its sixth month in commercial sales) and it has also crossed 2000 unit exports within four months. Navi is currently exported to Nepal and Sri Lanka where the response according to Honda is encouraging.

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