The popular small motorcycle
from Honda, the Navi is now set to make inroads to its first export
destination- Nepal. Showcased at the Nepal Auto Show 2016, Navi received a good
response from the exhibitors. Within three weeks of its launch in Nepal, around
500 units have been dispatched there.
The Navi is 100% developed by
Honda R&D India from concept development to commercial production and also
the first 100% Honda R&D India model to be exported outside India. Navi is powered by a 109cc engine which makes
8PS at 7,000rpm and delivers a peak torque of 8.96Nm at 5,500rpm. The Navi runs
on 12" front and 10" rear wheels, each equipped with a 130mm
drum-type braking unit, and gets tubeless tyres. It gets upside-down telescopic
forks at the front and a hydraulic monoshock at the rear. The standard Navi
will be available in 5 colour options: Patriot Red, Hopper Green, Shasta White,
Sparky Orange & Black.
Being the market leader, Honda
enjoys a market share of 29% in Nepal. Honda’s exports to Nepal includes other
models namely - Dio, Aviator, Activa 125, CD Dream, CB Shine, CB Shine SP, CB
Unicorn 160, CB Hornet 160R and CBR 250R.
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