Honda NAVi arrives down under

Honda Motorcycles Australia has launched the NAVi, a new scooter designed to redefine urban mobility through a combination of style, accessibility and versatility. It’s available from dealerships at a cost of $2,349 plus on-roads.

The NAVi boasts a sleek and contemporary design, and is available in four colours, including Patriot Red, Ranger Green, Shasta White and Neon Pink. Its compact frame and lightweight construction make it ideal for manoeuvring through traffic.

Its bold and dynamic styling ensures that riders stand out wherever they go, and more importantly ensures that you are visible alongside the myriad of other vehicles on the road. A low seat height of 765mm allows easy accessibility for riders of all heights too.

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The standard centre stand means that parking on uneven footpaths is trouble-free, and the large lockable waterproof 17.5-litre storage box provides plenty of room for valuables.

“The Honda NAVi represents a new era in urban commuting,” Honda Australia powersports GM Tony Hinton said.

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2024 Honda NAVi

“We understand the evolving needs of riders who seek a mode of transportation that is not only fuel efficient and practical but also reflects their individuality.”

Powered by a fuel-efficient air-cooled engine featuring HET (Honda eco technology), it delivers a smooth throttle response. An automatic CVT transmission removes the worry of changing gears while navigating traffic, you just have to twist and go.

An extremely manoeuvrable bike, it features small (10-inch rear and 12-inch front) wheels, which contribute to its light and agile handling. The bike is also two-up capable and has a heat shielded exhaust for worry free riding.

The NAVi is not just a scooter, rather it’s a statement of style, and a testament to the brand’s commitment to innovation. To find out more, visit the Honda Australia website or talk to your local dealer.

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