Honda Grazia has been updated with new decals as an update for 2019. It also receives a minor price hike of Rs 375 over the DX variant.
For 2019, Honda Grazia has been updated with sporty decals on the front apron. The decal is only available on the top-end DX variant and not on the other two variants. At the front a ‘DX’ decal has been added.
With this, Honda has hiked the ex-showroom prices across all the variants by Rs 375. Other than these two updates, there are no further mechanical and cosmetic upgrades onboard.
Honda Grazia is the most premium offering from the Honda scooters lineup. It is now priced starting from Rs 60,296 to Rs 4,668 (ex-showroom Delhi). It comes in Drum, Drum Alloys and Disc Alloys variants.
Honda Grazia gets a 124.6cc fan-cooled engine, that delivers 8.52 BHP and 10.54 Nm of peak torque. The power figures are comparatively lower than its other rival scooters.
Features onboard include dual-tone paint job, LED headlamps, fully digital speedometer, 3-step Eco indicator, Front Glove Box with Mobile Charging Socket, adjustable rear suspension, 4-in-1 lock and seat opening switch.
For suspension purposes, it comes equipped with telescopic forks at the front and 3-step adjustable rear suspension. The rear suspension is a segment-first feature.
Braking power comes from 130mm drum brakes at both the ends as standard, with a disc brake on option. Honda has already updated Grazia with Combined Braking System (CBS).
Honda Grazia is available in Neo-Orange Metallic, Pearl Spartan Red, Pearl Nightstar Black, Matte Axis Grey Metallic, Matte Marvel Blue Metallic and Pearl Amazing White.
It competes with the likes of TVS Ntorq, Hero Destini 125 and Suzuki Burgman Street. Among these three premium 125cc scooters, Grazia is the least performing model.
For the month of January 2019, Honda sold around 8368 units of Grazia, seeing a Y-o-Y decline of 63%. For the same month in 2018, 22656 units were sold.