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2022 Honda Navi

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    Re: 2022 Honda Navi


    Quote Originally Posted by tls25rs View Post
    Seems to have been advertised by multiple people for the same price so might be a scam but still thought the package was cool
    wow, amazingly cool, love it ! and right here in Mass to boot

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    Re: 2022 Honda Navi

    Quote Originally Posted by tls25rs View Post
    Honda must believe that there is a demographic that wants a scooter but doesn't want to look like they are riding a scooter
    Saw the price and thought "That's downright reasonable for a new Honda scooter!", then saw that it has none of the conveniences/benefits of a scooter, and all the downsides. WTF.

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    2022 Honda Navi

    Just saw this today...I like it and hope it sticks around...still like the monkey better but price wise itís hard to beat

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    Re: 2022 Honda Navi

    Quote Originally Posted by nick5446 View Post
    I ordered two today from Cycles 128 and I'm told I'll have them before Spring.
    Curious, what colors did you order?

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    Revzilla just posted a first ride review, too: https://www.revzilla.com/common-trea...orcycle-review
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    Not much of a reader, are you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneCheekRider View Post
    Curious, what colors did you order?
    Sorry, forgot about this thread. We got "nut brown" (his) and "ranger green" (hers).

    The more I tell people about this thing the more excited I get for it. No buyer's remorse yet.

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    Re: 2022 Honda Navi

    Bikes like this make me realize how much of my 'componentry snobbery' (EFI, disc brakes, and so on) has zero to do with the pure joy of getting from A to B on two wheels.

    Those custom jobs look amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feralchimp View Post
    Bikes like this make me realize how much of my 'componentry snobbery' (EFI, disc brakes, and so on) has zero to do with the pure joy of getting from A to B on two wheels.

    Those custom jobs look amazing.
    There's room for all sides of the spectrum, and I enjoy them all, and they all have their place. I cut my teeth riding ratty, stripped down choppers that barely ran and were nowhere near safe or legal. I still try to have one of those on hand, usually parked next to something new with electronics, something sporty, something old, something slow....

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    Re: 2022 Honda Navi

    I am debating about putting an order in for one. It would go against my "I'm never buying a new motorcycle again" but at the price point I think this may be ok I've been riding the Z125 to work to save on fuel and I'm thinking this Navi might be better for my GF.

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    I'm definitely against buying brand new bikes and cars, but I figured at $1800 my losses wouldn't be too significant.

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    Re: 2022 Honda Navi

    I would much rather be seen on a Scooter than a Grom-esque bike

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    Re: 2022 Honda Navi

    Quote Originally Posted by OneCheekRider View Post
    I just saw them in person at the IMS show this weekend. I'm considering one as well since my GF is still a bit nervous on her Z125 and using the clutch from a stop. Revzilla just posted a first ride review, too: https://www.revzilla.com/common-trea...orcycle-review
    you can get the K-Pipe in both standard transmission with a clutch, or in semi-automatic, still hafta shift, but no clutch, no need to use neutral as all

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    Re: 2022 Honda Navi

    Quote Originally Posted by JettaJayGLS View Post
    I would much rather be seen on a Scooter than a Grom-esque bike
    I think one of the biggest selling points of this Navi is the price. I'd actually prefer a scooter for the additional storage/carrying capacity but for comparison sake, the Navi MSRP undercuts a Zuma 125 by half and weighs ~50ish lbs less (an appeal for my 110 lb GF). It's about $1k less than a Ruckus but has twice the motor. Looks aside, not a bad way to introduce new riders or city dwellers with a brand new machine that doesn't break the bank.

    With that said, the more I look into it, something electric like a Super73 (or similar) is probably the better way to go with less maintenance, no fuel, and no registration/insurance costs.

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    Re: 2022 Honda Navi

    The one thing that I wonder about as far as practicality goes for city life is that there's already the chance of theft of a regular sized bike--couple guys and a van. A Grom/Z125 sized thing would need to be locked to something solid, and it'd still be a pretty tempting target.

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    Re: 2022 Honda Navi

    Quote Originally Posted by golden chicken View Post
    The one thing that I wonder about as far as practicality goes for city life is that there's already the chance of theft of a regular sized bike--couple guys and a van. A Grom/Z125 sized thing would need to be locked to something solid, and it'd still be a pretty tempting target.
    how do you protect bicycles, many of which are worth more than a Navi ? cable lock to a lamp post, and comprehensive coverage (I admit I don't know how much that cost in an urban, or even suburban zip code, it's like, a dollar a year for me in addition to liability, I even get collision)

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    Re: 2022 Honda Navi

    Quote Originally Posted by RandyO View Post
    how do you protect bicycles, many of which are worth more than a Navi ? cable lock to a lamp post, and comprehensive coverage (I admit I don't know how much that cost in an urban, or even suburban zip code, it's like, a dollar a year for me in addition to liability, I even get collision)
    You keep them inside and have renters/homeowners insurance.

    Criminals in SF have gotten smart, though. They target apartment complexes with bike cages (think big cages within a shared parking garage just for bicycles) and single/multi family homes with street level garages. Break in with acetylene torches, since grinders make too much noise. Not as much of a problem in Boston with a little less bike culture and different styled homes.

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    Re: 2022 Honda Navi

    Quote Originally Posted by JettaJayGLS View Post
    You keep them inside and have renters/homeowners insurance.

    Criminals in SF have gotten smart, though. They target apartment complexes with bike cages (think big cages within a shared parking garage just for bicycles) and single/multi family homes with street level garages. Break in with acetylene torches, since grinders make too much noise. Not as much of a problem in Boston with a little less bike culture and different styled homes.
    I can only imagine, my K-pipe will fit thru a 30" doorway with ease I have always kept it parked in my office, now becoming a workshop as originally intended..... I have a Kawasaki 250 LTD that is parked outside my office 10 years ? no one has touched it, not mine, someone left it there. It was running when parked, key is in it

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    Re: 2022 Honda Navi

    Quote Originally Posted by RandyO View Post
    I can only imagine, my K-pipe will fit thru a 30" doorway with ease I have always kept it parked in my office, now becoming a workshop as originally intended..... I have a Kawasaki 250 LTD that is parked outside my office 10 years ? no one has touched it, not mine, someone left it there. It was running when parked, key is in it
    No one ever touched my RC390 street parked in SF. It's cheaper then every bicycle I own. Just the way it goes.
    I also live in a good part of the city...which probably has more to do with it.

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