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Honda launches the new NAVI at INR 39,500

Honda launches the new NAVI at INR 39,500

Snapshot: The new NAVI promises to be an excellent looking scooter bike crossover, and yes sensibly priced too.

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The Japanese automaker started the year 2016 by wishing a happy NAVI year, now the concept actually makes sense after we have seen the new 110cc commuter from HMSI. This two wheeler is radically different from all the commuters we have in the market today. HMSI has priced it furiously at INR 39,500 (ex-showroom, Delhi).

It is unlike anything we have seen in the commuter segment today and yes we very much liked the way Honda has worked on its designing part. For time being we have no information on the specifications of the new NAVI but stay tuned as we bring you the latest updates and launch news.

Apart from that Honda has also showcased the brilliant CX-02 concept at the ongoing Autoexpo which we personally think is one of the most brilliant designs present at the Expo today. There are a bunch of new unveils lined up from the show. Stay tuned as Bikeportal reports the latest launches and unveils. 

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