When we heard Honda was to unveil a new 110cc scooter derivative at a motor show, we were a little disappointed. But, when we saw the all-new little scooter derivative, we nearly fell off our seats.
The Honda Navi 110 is unlike anything you've seen in the motorcycle / scooter market worldwide. A cross between a scooter and a motorcycle built by Honda R&D, the Honda Navi is an acronym for New Additional Value and the “i” indicates that is fueled by a PGM-FI unit. The Honda Navi looks like the Honda MSX125, but it's actual based on a scooter. It's equipped with a 110cc engine with Honda's PGM-FI (fuel-injection) system and performance is around 7.3 horsepower and 8Nm of torque. It also comes with a constant variable transmission (CVT).
The space created below the fuel tank can accommodate a storage compartment offered as an accessory. Honda showed three variants; Street, Off-Road and Adventure. We can expect more about this motorcycle/scooter at the end of 2016 or the beginning of 2017.Tag: HondaNavi110ccScooterCVTMotorcyclePGM-FIR&DDevelopmentConcept