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Old 4th April 2017, 15:16   #76
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Hi, anyone having any idea on the availability of navi in bs4 guise
Tried in almost whole of NCR, no news till now
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Got My Navi Today.
Congratulations on the buy! At that price (was it Rs 28K?), it's a steal!

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Fuel Tank Capacity: 3.8 Lts..??? Oh Come on Honda..!!
Just remember to refill as soon as the bike hits the reserve! I have had to drag the bike to the fuel station a couple of times because I forgot that I was running on reserve, (and because there is no fuel indicator to remind you)!
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Congratulations on the buy! At that price (was it Rs 28K?), it's a steal!
Yes, got my Navi for around 28K. Including the accessories worth Rs. 5K.



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Just remember to refill as soon as the bike hits the reserve! I have had to drag the bike to the fuel station a couple of times because I forgot that I was running on reserve, (and because there is no fuel indicator to remind you)!
I am not able to figure out the reserve position of the fuel knob. Haven't received the owners manual. So not sure if the reserve position is on TOP or BOTTOM.

Can anyone help me out here?





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I am not able to figure out the reserve position of the fuel knob. Haven't received the owners manual. So not sure if the reserve position is on TOP or BOTTOM.

Can anyone help me out here?
Reserve position is TOP.

If you look (very) closely, you would be able to see icons engraved on the panel that designate full and empty buckets.

The icon at the TOP is an empty bucket, and the one on the BOTTOM is a full bucket.
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Reserve position is TOP.

If you look (very) closely, you would be able to see icons engraved on the panel that designate full and empty buckets.

The icon at the TOP is an empty bucket, and the one on the BOTTOM is a full bucket.
Thanks a lot for the info. By the way what's the fuel efficiency are you getting from your Navi?
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Fuel Efficiency Update: My Navi Returned 52 KMPL...!!! Extremely happy is an understatement.




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The BS3 discounts were so tempting, i ended up buying it along with a friend who i had tagged along with. We actually bought 3 together.
Here's a short vid of the delivery process. btw..cost us 30k a pop. OTR.


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Got My Navi Today.
Thanks to the BSIII Fire sale, managed to get 15K cash discount along with accessories worth Rs. 5K.
I too have the impulse and along with friends bought a bunch of BSIII Navi's but not selling the Impulse it is such a comfortable bike. bought NOS 2012 Impulse in 2014 for 52000/- OTR and have proceeded to pile on 3800 kms on it last 3 years. Enjoy the NAVI (new automatic vehicle.. is apparently what it stands for) it is a cool ride but attracts a lot of eyeballs

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