Greater Noida: Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) launched 110 cc bike NAVI at the Auto Expo as it aims to cross 50 lakh unit sales in the country this year aided by the production at its fourth plant in Gujarat.
"With India having the world's youngest population, it is imperative for Honda to connect with youth. NAVI will take forward Honda's fun DNA in India," HMSI Senior Vice-President Sales and Marketing YS Guleria said.
The company plans to introduce six new models in the country, of which it launched NAVI today. "2016 will be a historic year for Honda. Led by increased capacity with fourth plant we will cross the threshold of 5 million two-wheeler sales in India for the first time," HMSI President & CEO Keita Muramatsu told reporters.
"We are confident that Honda's 6 new models led by NAVI will reinvent two-wheeler mobility in India," Muramatsu said. Bookings for the NAVI, which is priced at Rs 39,500 (ex-showroom Delhi) starts from today while the deliveries would begin from April onwards.
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