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Friday, 14 October 2016

Friday bike

I'm always interested in bikes that are a bit 'different', so here's the Indian market Honda Navi.

It's an unusual scooter/bike mixture with the engine and transmission from the 110cc Avtiva scooter married to motorcycle type styling.

I think it's quite funky looking with its small wheels and the very noticeable space below the tank...

... makes the idea place to carry luggage, as on this trail tyred version.

As it's aircooled and uses a carburettor it's very unlikely to pass European noise and emissions regulations, But who knows, we might get something similar one day.

Dimensions (Length x Width x Height)1805 mm x 748 mm x 1039 mm
Wheelbase1286 mm
Kerb Weight101 kg
Ground Clearance156 mm
Engine Displacement110cc single-cylinder air-cooled
Power7.83 BHP @ 7,000 rpm
Torque8.96 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
TransmissionCVT (Automatic)
Top Speed81 km/h
Suspension Front – TelescopicRear- Spring Loaded Hydraulic
Rear- Spring Loaded Hydraulic
BrakesFront – 130 mm DrumRear – 130 mm Drum
Rear – 130 mm Drum
40-50 kpl (approx.)

1 comment:

  1. That is quite an interesting machine. It reminds me of the Honda Groms, although they'd don't have the space below the tank.