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Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) today launched the all-new Honda Grazia 125 cc scooter in Indian priced at Rs 57,897 (ex-showroom, Delhi). With the new Grazia, Honda two-wheelers is targeting young and urban buyers and thus the scooter comes with a lot of styles, premiumess and also a host of modern features. Honda opened the pre-bookings for the Grazia towards the end of October. It goes up against the likes of the Suzuki Access 125, Vespa VX 125 and even Honda's own offering, the Activa 125.
Right now, the new Honda Grazia is the company's flagship scooter in India. The new Honda Grazia is powered by the same capable and efficient 124.9 cc air-cooled, 4-stroke engine that does duty on the Activa 125. In fact, the engine makes the same amount of power and torque at 8.52 bhp at 6500 rpm and a peak torque of 10.54 Nm @ 5000 rpm, and is mated to a CVT automatic transmission. Like other Honda scooters, the Grazia also comes with the company's Honda Eco Technology (HET) that reduces friction in the engine and also aids in improved fuel efficiency.
The Grazia, it is the first scooter in the segment to get a dual-tone colour scheme. The front end of the Grazia is sleek and stylish. The two-tone front apron houses the indicator and the all-LED headlamp which again, is a segment first. The Grazia's design reminds you of the Dio to an extent and we do not mind it one bit.
The Suzuki Access, on the other hand, has a plain-Jane design and the headlamp with chrome housing. The Vespa VXL 125 is the typical retro scooter with the single-sided shock absorber upfront, the V-shaped grille on the front apron and the chrome mirror stalks. Overall, we think that the Grazia is the best-looking scooter amongst this trio, thanks to its fresh design and the dual-tone colour scheme.
Among the different models by Honda, this is something that really sparks the stage. This is an affordable bike by Honda that serves great benefits. It carries exclusive features and specification which make it really worthy to have.
The Grazia is powered by the same 124.9cc petrol engine seen on the Activa 125. It produces 8.5PS of power and 10.54Nm of peak torque, mated to a CVT transmission. It gets 12-inch 90/90 tyre at the front and a 12-inch 90/100 tyre at the rear. Braking is via 130mm drums on both sides with standard CBS. A front 190mm disc brake is available as an option.
Adding to its sporty character is an all-digital instrument console with a 3-step eco speed indicator. The scooter gets a 4-in- 1 ignition lock with a seat opener switch. The Grazia is equipped with telescopic front forks and a monoshock unit at the rear. It will be offered in three variants- Standard, Standard Alloy and Deluxe. The scooter gets six colour options.
With a price tag of Rs 57,897, The Grazia is more affordable than the Vespa and a bit more expensive than the Access 125. For that extra over the Access, you get a fresh design with all the modern gimmicks like full LED headlamps and digital instrument cluster along with Honda’s reliability and service support. So, if you are looking for a fuss-free head turner, this might be the one for you.
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Mileage - 60 Kmpl
Front Brake - Drum
Rear Brake - Drum
Wheel Type - Alloy
Starting - Kick and Self Start
Fuel Capacity - 5.3 Ltrs
Engine Type - Fan Cooled, 4 Stroke, SI Engine
Displacement - 124.9 cc
|Honda Grazia 125 Deluxe (Alloy Wheels + Front Disc)|