Honda Grazia Launched; Price – Rs 57,987

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Honda Grazia Price – Rs 57,897. Gets Combi Brake System, LED Headlamp, and Digital Instrument Cluster

Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India (HMSI) has finally launched its new Grazia 125cc automatic scooter. The new Honda Grazia price has been kept at Rs 57,897. At this price point, the new model is only slightly costlier than the Activa 125. While it shares its specifications with the aforementioned scooter, the Grazia offers fresher looks that should appeal to the young and style-conscious. Also, several upmarket features like LED Headlamp, Digital Instrumentation, and optional front disc brake. Here’s all you need to know about the new 2017 Honda Grazia price, specifications, mileage and more.

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Honda Grazia Price

Honda Grazia 125 Model Ex-showroom Delhi Price
Standard Rs. 57,897
Standard Alloys Rs. 60,000 (estimated)
Deluxe Rs. 64,000 (estimated)

Prices of the new Grazia 125cc automatic scooter start at Rs 57,897 (ex-showroom, New Delhi). While Honda will soon announce the prices of all the three variants, our guess is that the disc brake model will cost roughly Rs 64,000. The new model is available in three variants – Standard, Standard Alloy and Deluxe. Compared to the Activa 125, the new model isn’t much costlier. On the contrary,  it comes across as a better value-for-money offering as it offers more features and same specifications for only slightly higher price.

Honda Grazia Features

  • Front Disc Brake
  • Electric Start
  • Attractive Design
  • Telescopic Front Forks
  • Alloy Wheels
  • Attractive Metallic Paint Options
  • Large Headlamp
  • Mobile Charging Socket
  • Digital Speedo Console
  • LED Headlamp
  • Four-in-one lock

The highlight of the features list of the Grazia are- digital speedo cluster, LED headlamps, front disc brake, telescopic forks, alloy wheels, mobile charging socket, and as many as six attractive paint options.

Honda Grazia Specifications

Engine Type/ Displacement 124.9 cc single cylinder air cooled
Power 8.52 BHP @ 6,500 RPM
Torque 10.54 Nm @ 5,000 RPM
Transmission (Gearbox) CVT

The engine for the Grazia 125cc automatic scooter comes from the Activa 125. This BS4-compliant engine outputs a maximum power of 8.52 BHP @ 6,500 RPM and a peak torque of 10.54 Nm @ 5,000 RPM. The motor comes mated to a CVT. This engine is known to offer a sufficiently peppy performance, high refinement levels, and a decent mileage. Akin to the Activa 125, the new 125cc automatic scooter will have an optional 190 mm front disc brakes.

Honda Grazia Mileage

Model Mileage
Grazia 125cc 50-60 KMPL

As the engine comes from the Activa 125, the mileage will be more or less the same. Safely expect this 125cc automatic scooter to deliver a mileage of 50 to 60 kmpl.

Honda Grazia Design Review

The company has tried to come up with a stylish alternative to the conservatively-styled Activa 125. The Grazia gets snazzy bits like a semi-digital instrument console, which help the new scooter have a really upmarket feel. Up front, you get a really bold design that features a chunky headlamp cluster and a lot of usage of black plastic. The latter infuses some sportiness with the design. It also looks like Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India will offer some bold paint options on this new 125cc scooter. We are pretty sure the new Honda Grazia automatic scooter would appeal to all those looking for a premium, stylish and sufficiently powerful 125cc gearless scooter.

Honda Grazia Colours

The new Honda Grazia 125cc automatic scooter comes in six attractive colours:

  • Matte Marvel Blue Metallic
  • Neo Orange Metallic
  • Pearl Amazing White
  • Pearl Night Star Black
  • Matte Axis Grey Metallic
  • Pearl Spartan Red

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2 COMMENTS

  1. The rear wheel remains 10 inch like old tech Aviator, Maestro or even Suzuki access. Honda must step up to 12inch wheels

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