TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Grazia – Specification Comparison

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The trend of automatic scooters started somewhere around the 2000s and since then scooters are helping people zip through traffic. The competition amongst the gearless scooters is high and currently, the competition is increasing between 125CC scooters. Here, we have put TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Grazia with all details. 

Automatic scooters are a delight to dodge the heavy traffic jams. Lately, the demand for 125 CC scooters has been rising, leading to a stiff competition in that segment. Honda Grazia came out in November 2017 and has been performing well since its launch. It follows an urban sporty design, which is a hit amongst the youth. Grazia is a 125 CC scooter that is available in three variants – STD, Alloy and DLX. On the other hand, TVS Ntorq 125 came in February 2018. Ntorq 125 is a very good looking machine that offers a variety of technology in such a small vehicle. Like Grazia, Ntorq is also a 125 CC scooter and gives a big competition to Honda Grazia. In this specification comparison report, we have pitched TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Grazia while talking about their designs, engine, features and other specifications.

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TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Grazia – Engine

Honda Grazia TVS Ntorq
Engine 124.9 CC 124.8 CC
Max Power 8.52 BHP 9.27 BHP
Max Torque 10.54 Nm 10.5 Nm
Cooling System Fan Cooled Air Cooled

Grazia is powered by a 124.9 CC engine that produces 8.52 BHP worth peak power and 10.54 Nm worth peak torque. The scooter runs on a 4-stroke SI Engine using fan cooling system.

TVS Ntorq sports a 124.8 CC engine that produces 9.27 BHP worth of power and 10.54 Nm worth torque. The scooter runs on a 4-stroke oil cooled engine using air cooling system.

TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Grazia – Dimensions and Chassis

Honda Grazia TVS Ntorq
Length 1812 mm 1865 mm
Width 697 mm 710 mm
Height 1146 mm 1160 mm
Wheelbase 1260 mm 1285 mm
Ground clearance 155 mm 155 mm
Weight 107 Kg 116 Kg
Chassis Type Under Bone High Rigidity Underbone Rectangular
Front Suspension Telescopic Telescopic
Rear Suspension Spring Loaded Hydraulic Gas Filled Hydraulic Coil Shock Absorber

Grazia has a height of 1146 mm with a decent ground clearance of 155 mm. It is smaller than the Ntorq and is also lighter than it. Grazia has an Underbone type chassis. It uses Telescopic suspensions in the front and spring loaded hydraulic suspensions in the rear.

Ntorq is bigger than Grazia as it a height of 1160 mm with the same ground clearance of 155 mm. Ntorq has a high rigidity underbone rectangular chassis. It uses Telescopic suspensions in the front and gas-filled hydraulic coil shock absorbers in the rear.

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TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Grazia – Fuel Consumption

Honda Grazia TVS Ntorq
Mileage 50 KMPL 48 KMPL
Capacity 5.3 Litres 5 Litres
Reserve 1 Litre 1 Litre
Riding Range 260 Kms 240 Kms
Top Speed 90 KMPH 95 KMPH

 

Grazia offers a mileage of 54 KMPL with a riding range of 286 Kms. It offers a capacity of 5.3 Litres with 1 Litre reserve fuel capacity. The highest top speed recorded on Grazia is 85 KMPH.

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Ntorq offers a mileage of 48 KMPL with a riding range of 240 Kms. It offers a capacity of 5 Litres with 1 Litre reserve fuel capacity. Ntorq has recorded a very high speed amongst all of its competition. It has recorded a top speed of 95 KMPH.

TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Grazia – Variants and Price

Honda Grazia (ex-showroom) TVS Ntorq (ex-showroom)
STD – Rs 58,133 Disc – Rs 58,750
Alloy – Rs 60,063
DLX – Rs 62,505

Grazia is available in three variants – STD, Alloy and DLX. The pricing range starts from Rs 58,133 to Rs 62,505 (ex-showroom).

TVS Ntorq is priced cheaper than Honda Grazia. It is available in only one variant which is priced at Rs 58,750 (ex-showroom).

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TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Grazia – Features

Honda Grazia fails to live up to Ntorq’s features. However, Grazia also offers quite a few features on hand. Following are the features of Honda Grazia:

  1. Telescopic Front Suspension
  2. Front Disc Brakes
  3. Central Braking System
  4. Automatic LED Headlamps
  5. Fully Digital Meter with Eco Speed Indicator
  6. 4-in-1 Lock switch
  7. Pass Light
  8. Charging Socket

TVS Ntorq can easily pass off as the most technologically savvy scooter in India. It offers a comfortable and hassle-free riding with its features. Following are the features of TVS Ntorq:

  1. Engine Kill Switch
  2. 3D Ntorq Logo
  3. ‘T’ shaped rear lamp
  4. Sporty Exhaust Muffler
  5. Bluetooth Connected Speedometer
  6. Fully Digital Console with 55 features
  7. TVS SmartXonnect Bluetooth-enabled app.
  8. Navigation assist, top speed recorder, in-built lap-timer, phone-battery strength display, last parked location assist, service reminder, trip meter and multi-ride statistic modes such as Street and Sport.
  9. Racing Designs
  10. Sport ‘125’ Decal
  11. LED DRLs

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TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Grazia – Colours

Honda Grazia TVS Ntorq
Pearl Red Yellow
Pearl White White
Neo-Orange Metallic Green
Matte Grey Red
Matt Blue Metallic Grey
Pearl Black Metalic Blue

Grazia is available in 6 six colours. TVS Ntorq also comes with 6 colour options. However, Grazia offers two matte colour options.

TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Grazia – Design

Honda Grazia is a modern urban scooter. Copying some style elements from Dio, it gets sharp edges all over the body. The two-tone front apron houses a massive LED headlight unit, with clear lens indicators, integrated on either side of the headlight. It gets pure black alloy wheels adding a sporty element to the scooter. The Grazia also gets an all-digital instrument cluster, with a speedometer and tachometer on top. The second, smaller LCD panel below, displays information like time, fuel gauge, odometer and trip meter. Grazia gets a small additional storage compartment behind the front apron which can be used for keeping mobiles. The three-piece tail light and indicator cluster adds to the flair of the bike. Overall, the scooter looks good and is understood that it is similar to Honda Dio.

TVS Ntorq gets its racing looks from Apache. TVS Ntorq can be classified as a racing or adventure scooter. It comes with a sleek sharp-edged body. The scooter misses on LED headlamps but gets LED DRLs. Ntorq comes with body decals of ‘125’, ‘TVS Racing’ and ‘Ntorq 125’. Yes, the body decals just look too amazing. The jet exhaust like exhaust muffler at the back feels a little overdone. The rear indicators are mounted like on a motorcycle but flow into the shape of the rear. Also, the SmartXConnect cluster is the first of its kind in a scooter. Features like GPS assist, incoming call, auto-reply messages Do Not Disturb, Race Laps, Top Speed recorded and all come in the digital cluster. You could continue your ride to your set destination without checking your phone. Also, the scooter comes with a USB charging port in the boot.

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TVS Ntorq 125 Vs Honda Grazia – Verdict

Honda Grazia can be the best scooter that Honda has made in India with its features and specifications. Also, Honda is one of the top scooter brands in India. However, this time Honda fails to make a stiff competition against TVS Ntorq. TVS has always been playing second fiddle to Honda, but Ntorq can easily take over Grazia. Ntorq offers way more features than Honda Grazia. Also, Ntorq is priced less than Grazia and offers more power than it. But, Honda is considered to be one of the trusted brands in terms of after sales servicing, repairs and such work. So, if you are a fuss-free buyer and would like to live with the trusted brand, then Honda Grazia is your choice. However, if you want something that is first of a kind in India, then you are looking for TVS Ntorq.

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