28th Feb 2019 7:30 am
The safety feature adds Rs 1,796 to the ex-showroom cost of the scooter.
Honda has launched the CBS-equipped Navi at Rs 47,110. The safety feature that Honda calls Combi Braking System (CBS) comes at a price hike of Rs 1,796. Aside from the addition of the safety tech and a small CBS decal on the front fender, we believe the Navi is otherwise unchanged.
The Navi was first launched in February 2016 at Rs 39,500 and in July 2018, it received its first refresh. It got a fuel gauge, a few cosmetic additions and two new colours along with a price bump to Rs 44,775. The scooter is available in total of five colours – red, white, black, brown and green.
Like the 2018 model, the 2019 Honda Navi continues to be powered by the same four-stroke, 109.2cc air-cooled engine that powers the Honda Activa, which produces 8hp and 8.9Nm of torque. The Navi gets an upside-down telescopic fork and a hydraulic monoshock for suspension. Like the Activa 110, it uses a 12-inch front wheel and a 10-inch rear wheel. The scooter is quite small, measuring 1,805mm in length, 748mm wide and 1,039mm high, with a kerb weight of just 100kg.
(All prices ex-showroom, Delhi)