In India, After the March 2016 sales launch, in October beginning with Nepal, the Honda Navi‘s exports inaugurated. Now the Honda Navi exports have expanded to new markets and from 500 initially to four digit figures it has increased. In the latest, it has exported 4,000 units of the Navi, announced HMSI.
In December last year, the Honda Navi’s exports crossed the 2,000 mark. From Latin America, it is getting “huge orders for the Honda Navi, said by HMSI, according to HMSI’s Senior VP of Sales & Marketing, YS Guleria. in the region, it is already available now.
Of HMSI’s exports, now Latin America accounts for 35% up from 30% last year. to markets like Guatemala, Columbia, El Salvador and Bolivia, and Mexico, the company exports CKD and CBU models. From Ecuador, the month it has received orders too.
In just six months with sales crossing the 50,000 unit milestone, the Navi had a good start last year in India. Monthly sales dropped to abysmal three digit figures, fast forward 2017. In January From 2,052 units numbers slid to 1,180 units in February, in March 503 units and in April 284 units. When the sale of BSIII compliant vehicles stopped, to clear Honda Navi stocks Dealerships went so far that they offered it free with the Honda CBR250R at the end of March 2017. The exponential growth in the exports of Honda Navi is indeed a boon for HMSI.
Measuring 1,805 mm in length, 748 mm in width and 1,039 mm in height, the Honda Navi has a wheelbase of 1,286 mm. respectively the seat height and ground clearances are 765 mm and 156 mm. It’s 109.19 cc engine produces 5.84 kW (7.83 hp) at 7,000 rpm and 8.96 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm.
In the ex-showroom Delhi, the cost of the Honda Navi is INR 41,181. Available in Five colours Patriot Red, Shasta White, Black, Hopper Green and Sparky Orange.