Small bikes have been a big deal at Honda in recent years, where its Grom, Monkey and Super Cub have been among the brand’s top-sellers.

Now it’s expanding miniMOTO with the least expensive model its sold in years.

The Navi is more of a scooter designed to look like a sport bike and priced at $2,007.

It features a 109cc single-piston four-stroke motor and a continuously variable automatic transmission mounted low near the rear and a lockable and removable storage compartment within the frame where a motorcycle engine is usually found.

The motor is rated at about 8 hp and can reach speeds of approximately 50 mph, so it’s meant more for running around town than riding on the highway and aimed toward beginners.

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The Navi is scheduled to start filling the tiny gaps on Honda showroom floors next February.