The engine will be same as that of the Navi and it will boast of edgy and sharp design.


Honda, showcasing a concept model based on Navi and now, talking about launching four new two-wheelers with two supposed to be mopeds, both these moves can be inter-related somewhere. This year, in a media-meet, the Japanese bikemaker Honda has released a statement that they will be launching four new offerings in their fleet of which, two will be scooters. If you recall back the 2016 Auto Expo, the company had unveiled the quirky and minimalistic Navi and, in unison, two concept models including Navi Scoot and Navi Trail were flaunting themselves before the viewers.

A picture released by Zigwheels shows that Honda is planning to have the new model known as ‘2’ generation scooter. Perhaps, it would be called as Navi 2 and will be made on the same concept platform displayed at the Auto Expo.  Contrary to the moto-scooter pattern of the Navi, it will boast of the conventional scooter design in a funky way. The visor will be a long unit ahead of the handlebar which will cascade into a sharp front cowl housing a smiling like headlamp. Young-gen graphics will accentuate the chiselled design of the scooter.

The step-through scooter will rectify the flaws of the Navi of storage space by incorporating a carrier box between the floorboard and under the seat. Also, two cubby holes below the handlebar will act as complementary yet useful storage units. As for the engine, similar to the Activa, it will come with 110cc, air-cooled, single cylinder mill good for 8PS of power and 9 Nm of torque.

Moving on to other cycle parts, the front suspension will be the trailing link unit and smaller 10-inch wheels, contrary to the Navi, will come along. With this move, Honda might move a step ahead in the race of being the largest selling two-wheeler brand while it is already performing commendable.


Source –


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s