Honda Mexico starts production of NAVi motorcycle

JALISCO Honda Mexico announced the start of operations of the NAVi motorcycle, which will be assembled at the Jalisco plant, a “crossover” that combines the advantages of a scooter while offering characteristics typical of a motorcycle.

Honda introduced NAVi a year ago to Mexico and due to demand, this vehicle will be assembled in our country, aimed at a young user; this model features such as compact size and sporty lines that make it original, both in terms of design and construction.

In terms of technical specifications, it has a cradle-type tubular chassis, V-MATIC type transmission (by belt) and automatic centrifugal dry clutch.

The single-cylinder 4-stroke engine delivers a power of 7.83 Hp at 7,000 rpm and a torque of 8.96 Nm at 5,500 rpm. Its fuel consumption is approximately 49.6 km / l under controlled driving conditions, and it offers a maximum speed of 81 km / h; It has HET technology whose objective is to create vehicles with more efficient fuel consumption.

NAVi is mounted on 12-inch wheels at the front and 10 at the rear; the braking system is 130 mm diameter drum on both wheels and front suspension with telescopic forks and monoshock rear swingarm. Honda NAVi added a transistorized starting system, automatic lights on, analog fuel gauge on the dash, single-phase alternator charging system and 12V-3Ah battery.

Source: Milenio