While the standard Honda Navi may have impressed us all, the Japanese manufacturer plans to improve the mini bike's appeal a notch further and has announced that it will introduce two new editions - Chrome and Adventure - later this year. The new editions offer cosmetic improvements on the Navi and were originally showcased at the 2016 Auto Expo, amidst a number of other variants. At the time, Honda had said that it will be offering most of the add-ons as official accessories when the Navi goes on sale.
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Breaking the mould, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) brought the Navi mini bike last year, which most have grown to love, courtesy of its unconventional looks. The bold move also earned the model, the very first 'Mini Bike of the Year' award, an all-new new category for the Navi. Based on the Honda Activa, the Navi is a fresh take on small capacity two wheelers and also managed to win the Design of the year award and Two-Wheeler Of the Year at the NDTV Car and Bike Awards 2017.
Moving to the Honda Navi Chrome Edition, the variant as the name suggests will be all about the bling, so expect to see chrome crash guards and headlamp cluster. The side panel will also be finished in chrome instead of brushed aluminium, while the complete bike will be finished in a gloss black paint job. While the Chrome Edition will feature a black seat, the Adventure Edition will get a dual-tone seat to match the colours of the bike.
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