When Honda revealed the little Navi at the Auto Expo last year, the response was brilliant. The big question was how did a company this serious think about something this fun. Apart from the quirky little bike, Honda also stunned audience with an ex-showroom price of Rs 39,500. There was also a third spectacle about the Navi.
The company showcased quite a few variants based on the Navi including the ‘Adventure’, ‘Street’ and the ‘dirt’ versions. The idea was to allow the owner to shape shift at his or her desire. So most of these concepts shown were bolt on jobs.
After nearly a year of launch, Honda has now announced two variants based on the standard bike. The first is the Adventure and then there is the ‘Chrome’ edition. While the Adventure will set you back Rs 48,173, the Chrome is slightly cheaper at Rs 44,713 (both prices ex-showroom). So what do you get for the extra dough? Read on!
The Adventure version is available in black only. The base price of the bike is Rs 39,648 and the kit costs an additional Rs 8525. For this you get additional bolt on accessories which include knuckle guards, RR grip, an underguard, adventure stripes and visor, headlight protector, seat cover, a rear grab rail and luggage box. Quite a fair amount of kit.
The Chrome edition costs an additional Rs 5065 over and above the cost of the bike. This gets you a headlight protector, side lower guards, rear grip, underguard in chrome, headlight cover and the luggage box.
Apart from these additions, the Navi remains identical to the standard variant. One can book these variants on the Android app. The booking amount for the same is Rs 1000.