Honda Navi export to Nepal commences; the revolutionary moto-scooter takes power from a 109cc engine churning out 8 PS of peak power
Honda Navi has garnered quite an attention in Indian market, and now it is making headlines in Nepal as well. Navi is the Honda’s first 100% R&D India two-wheeler being exported. It was launched three weeks ago in Nepal, and now the company has started exporting it to the neighboring country. Also, Honda Navi becomes the quickest model to achieve 500 units dispatched in just 3-weeks of launch in Nepal.
Honda showcased Navi at 2016 Nepal Auto Show earlier this year, where it received overwhelming response from the visitors. In India too, the Navi has become very popular in very short span, and the two-wheeler manufacturer had to increase its production even to meet demand.
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The motorcycle-like scooter brings freshness to the relatively boring 100cc-110cc segment. Unlike the regular scooters it features an unique design, and it is fun to ride as well. It takes power from a 109cc engine, which churns out 8PS of peak power at 7,000 rpm and 8.96 Nm of peak torque at 5,500 rpm.
Honda Navi runs on 12-inch front and 10-inch rear wheels. Suspension duty is done by upside-down telescopic front forks and hydraulic monoshock absorber at rear. For braking purposes, Honda Navi is equipped with 130mm drum brakes at both front and rear wheel, and the wheels are wrapped with tubeless tyres. The Honda Navi is available in 5 different colour options, which are – Patriot Red, Hopper Green, Shasta White, Sparky Orange and Black.
Speaking about the Honda beginning to export the Navi to Nepal Mr. Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. has said that, the company wishes to expand Navi’s presence in other countries after being hugely successful in Indian domestic market. Honda presently holds 29% market share in Nepal, and Navi is expected to increase that in near future.