The entry-level Honda Navi CBS and Honda CD 110 CBS models have been officially launched in the Indian market. The Navi CBS now comes at INR 47,110 (ex-showroom, Delhi) which is INR 1,796 costlier as compared to its non-CBS counterpart. The Honda CD 110 CBS comes at INR 50,028 (ex-showroom, Delhi) and the Deluxe variant is priced at INR 51,528 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The CD 110 CBS is costlier than the non-ABS version by around INR 848.
Honda already offers CBS for its scooter line-up in the country and this makes use of rear and front brakes together for improved stopping abilities. This feature will be compulsory for all Indian two-wheelers lower than 125 cc from 1st of April, 2019, onwards. The Honda Cliq is now the only model left to receive the CBS update which should happen soon as well.
The Honda CD 110 and Navi continue with their single cylinder 109 cc engines. The Navi’s engine makes 8 BHP and 8.94 Nm while the one in the CD 110 makes 8.31 BHP and 9.09 Nm. The Navi has a CVT unit along with telescopic front forks and a rear monoshock. The Honda CD 110 has a four speed transmission system along with twin rear shocks and telescopic front forks. Both bikes also get standard 130 mm drum brakes.