After Dio, Honda Grazia might be the most stylish scooter in their lineup. The premium 125cc scooter goes up against Suzuki Burgman Street and TVS Ntorq 125.
Honda in terms of scooters is the top guy, primarily because of the Activa range. The standard 110cc Activa caters to a large clientele over India. As of now, its most recent offering is Honda Grazia.
At the top of Honda’s lineup, it gets the most premium features of all and is the most premium looking too. It comes features like LED headlamps, digital speedometer, charging socket and front glove box.
Current competitors for the scooter include TVS Ntorq, Suzuki Burgman Street, Aprilia SR 125 and Vespa SXL 125. However, its main rival includes Ntorq, because of which, it just falls a little short in the top-10 selling scooters.
Check out the specs, features, colors and more of the Honda Grazia, ahead in this article.
Honda Grazia – Price
|Price (ex-showroom Delhi)||Rs 58,133 to Rs 62,505|
The pricing of the scooter starts ar Rs 58,133 for the base variant and Rs 62,505 for the DLX variant.
Honda Grazia – Engine Specifications
|Max Power||8.52 BHP|
|Max Torque||10.54 Nm|
|Cooling System||Fan Cooled|
This scooter uses a 4-stroke SI fan-cooled 124.9 CC engine. The engine produces 8.52 BHP worth of power and 10.54 Nm worth of torque. The scooter uses a fan-cooled cooling system and is mated to a V-Matic transmission gear.
Honda Grazia – Mileage And Fuel Performance
|Riding Range||300 Kms|
|Top Speed||90 KMPH|
Grazia delivers a mileage of 50 KMPL with a riding range of around 300 Kms. Most of the 125 CC scooters offer mileage in the range of 45-50 KMPL. It comes with a fuel capacity of 5.3 Litres and reserve capacity of 1 Litres. The scooter records 90 KMPH as its top speed.
Honda Grazia – Features
Grazia, like other 125 CC scooters, is highly competitive in terms of prices and features. Of course, to keep the competition going, it is equipped with some new and premium features. Following are the list of features available on this scooter:
- LED Headlamps
- Fully digital speedometer with eco speed indicator
- Front Disc brakes
- Front Glove box with charging socket
- 4-in-1 lock with seat opening switch
- Alloy wheels
- CBS with equalizer
- Sporty urban design
Honda Grazia – Dimensions
|Ground clearance||155 mm|
|Chassis Type||Under Bone|
Spring Loaded Hydraulic
Grazia measures 1812 mm in length, 697 mm in width and 1146 mm in height. It has a wheelbase of 1260 mm with a ground clearance of 155 mm. It weighs 107 kgs which are nearly the same weight of Activa. The scooter uses the underbone chassis type with telescopic front suspensions and spring loaded hydraulic rear suspensions.
Honda Grazia – Design Review
Finally, Honda gives a different look to one more of its scooters. It has come up with a stylish alternative to the simple Activa 125. In the front, it gets a really bold design with a headlamp cluster featuring the turn indicators and the LED headlamps. It gets a dual tone treatment with some black plastic inputs in the front. It also gets the black inputs on its side with a ‘Honda’ decal at the bottom of the scooter. At the rear, it gets a sporty split side rail above the tail lights. The Grazia gets snazzy bits like a semi-digital instrument console, which help the new scooter have a really upmarket feel. The front glove box is also really helpful, which is big enough to store a mobile phone. The scooter looks sporty and it is from Honda. For some, this information is fine enough.
Honda Grazia – Variants
Grazia comes in 3 variants, which are as follows:
- Drum Alloy
Honda Grazia – Colours
Grazia comes in 6 different colors, which are as follows:
- Neo-Orange Metallic
- Pearl Night star black
- Spartan Red
- Pearl Amazing White
- Matte Axis Grey Metallic
- Matte Marvel Blue Metallic
Honda Grazia – Competition
The competition between 125 cc bikes is very high. Such scooters are priced a little above the 110 CC scooter range. They also offer more features and power than the 110 CC scooter range. Currently, Honda Grazia competes with TVS Ntorq 125, Vespa SXL 125, Aprilia SR 125, Suzuki Access and Mahindra Gusto 125. However, Ntorq is the biggest rival of this scooter.
Ntorq offers another level of features and technology, which no scooter in India can match with. Grazia offers maybe half of the features if compared to Ntorq. However, a major difference between these two scooters is the brand name. People still prefer Honda over any other brand, which Grazia benefits from. Vespa SXL 125 is more powerful and classier than this Honda Scooter. However, Vespa offers only basic features and is priced way too high.
Aprilia SR 125 is not priced much high but remember the brand. It is the Aprilia and it definitely has to catch some attention. But again, less features but probably the best styling amongst all. Suzuki Access 125 has been lying low for some time. Earlier, it was successful but with upcoming models and their new features, it has taken a hit. But, Access 125 is the cheapest 125 CC scooter and is priced at around Rs 53000. Lastly, Mahindra Gusto 125 offers some different features like adjustable height, storage space on the handle and a remote locking key. However, Gusto is still not much popular making it a weak competition.
Honda Grazia – Specification Table
Rs 58,133 to Rs 62,505
|Average Mileage||45 KMPL|
LED Headlamps, Fully digital speedometer with eco speed indicator, Front Glove box with charging socket, 4-in-1 lock with seat opening switch
Front Disc Brakes