Key Specs of Honda Grazia
|Maximum Speed||90 kmph|
|Power||8.63 bhp @ 6500 rpm|
|Cooling System||Air Cooled|
Honda Grazia Highlights
The Honda Grazia has been quite a success for the company in the highly competitive 125cc scooter segment. So much so that it has already crossed the 2 lakh unit sales milestone within 11 months of its launch. Honda has positioned the Grazia above the Activa 125, making it their flagship scooter in India. In terms of looks, the Grazia is reminiscent of the Honda Dio. That said, the scooter has its own distinctive appeal. For starters, it gets sharp lines and creases, a wide twin-pod LED headlight, large turn indicators, and sharp grab rails. Other elements include plastic panels instead of a metal bodywork, helping keep the kerb weight down to 107kg. Prominent features include a fully digital instrument cluster with a 3-step eco speed indicator, seat-opening switch and an optional mobile charging socket.
Powering the Grazia is a 124.9cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, air-cooled engine which churns out 8.63PS of power and 10.54Nm of torque, mated to a CVT unit. Suspension duties are handled by telescopic forks at the front and a spring-loaded hydraulic-type suspension at the rear. The Grazia is fitted with a 12-inch front wheel and a 10-inch rear wheel. The scooter gets a 5.3-litre fuel tank.
Currently, it is offered in three variants - STD, Alloy, and DLX. The STD and Alloy variants are fitted with drum brakes at both the ends and are priced at Rs 58,133 and Rs 60,063, respectively (ex-showroom Delhi), while the DLX variant is available with a front disc brake and costs Rs 62,505 (ex-showroom Delhi). One can choose from six premium colour options - Pearl Nightstar Black, Pearl Spartan Red, Pearl Amazing Ahite, Neo Orange Metallic, Matte Marvel Blue Metallic and Matte Axis Grey Metallic. The Grazia locks horns with the Suzuki Access 125, the TVS NTORQ 125 and the Aprilia SR 125.
Honda Grazia Pros and Cons
Things We Like in Grazia
- The motoscooter design works with youngsters
- Combi braking system is quite effective
- Tubeless tyres
- City riding is breeze due to light front end and agile handling
Things We Don't Like in Grazia
- Tyres are not that grippy
- Basic instrumentation
- Small storage space
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Honda Grazia Price
|Grazia STD46.7 Kmpl City Mileage, 124.9 cc||Rs.59,922|
|Grazia Alloy60 Kmpl ARAI Mileage, 124.9 cc||Rs.61,852|
|Grazia DLX60 Kmpl ARAI Mileage, 124.9 cc||Rs.64,294|
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Honda Grazia Mileage
Honda Grazia STD gives a mileage of 48.4 kmpl in highway, as tested by our experts.
Honda Grazia Specifications
|Mileage||46.7 Kmpl City Mileage|
|Fuel Capacity||5.3 L|
|Engine Type||Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke, SI Engine|
|Maximum Speed||90 kmph|
Honda Grazia Features
|LED Tail Light||Y|
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Grazia price in India
|Mumbai||Rs. 62,340 - 66,712|
|Chennai||Rs. 62,328 - 66,700|
|Bangalore||Rs. 61,995 - 66,367|
|Delhi||Rs. 59,922 - 64,294|
|Kolkata||Rs. 62,035 - 66,407|
|Hyderabad||Rs. 61,551 - 65,923|
|Pune||Rs. 60,835 - 65,207|
Honda Grazia Expert Review
The Grazia is positioned above the Activa 125, making it Honda’s flagship scooter in India. The design of the scooter is reminiscent of the Honda Dio but features substantial upgrades. It sports sharp lines and creases, a wide twin-pod LED headlight, large turn indicators, and sharp grab rails. It also features a fully digital instrument cluster which is a first in this segment. The display is large and easy to read with readouts like tripmeter, odometer, fuel gauge and 3-step eco speed indicator. The Grazia is powered by a 124.9cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, air-cooled engine with power output of 8.63PS @ 6500rpm and a peak torque of 10.54Nm @ 5000rpm. Honda claims that the scooter can clock a top speed of 85kmph and returns a mileage of 46.7kmpl. It is available in six premium colour options - Pearl Nightstar black, Pearl Spartan red, Pearl Amazing white, Neo orange Metallic, Matte Marvel blue Metallic and Matte Axis grey Metallic.The Honda Grazia is currently offered in three variants starting from Rs 58,133, going all the way up to Rs 62,505 (all prices are ex-showroom Delhi). The Grazia goes up against the Suzuki Access 125, the TVS NTORQ 125, the Aprilia SR125.
Design and Features
Honda has added a lot of style quotient to the new Grazia with sharp angular lines all around. At the front, the Grazia has a dual-tone front apron that accommodates a wide twin-pod LED headlight, a first for any scooter in India. There are equally large clear lens turn indicators mounted above the headlight on both the sides. The rear of the scooter features a three-piece tail light and indicator cluster which comes together well, however, the taillights use conventional bulbs, unlike the LED bulbs in the headlamp. The Grazia uses a plastic body instead of a metal one and thus weighs 1kg lighter than the Activa 125 (108kg).
The Grazia gets an all-digital instrument console that houses a speedometer and a tachometer on top, while a separate digital display packs information like the fuel gauge, tripmeter, and odometer. Another highlight of the digital console is the new Eco speed indicator which is installed to indicate fuel-efficient riding. The scooter gets a small extra storage compartment option behind the front apron which has a mobile charging socket, and is roomy just enough to hold a mobile phone. The Grazia offers 18 litres of underseat storage which is quite decent for keeping your helmet or other items.
Braking and Handling
Just like the Activa 125, the Grazia is fitted with a telescopic suspension at the front and spring loaded hydraulic suspension at the rear. It is equipped with a five-spoke black-coloured 12-inch alloy wheel at the front and a similar 10-inch alloy wheel at the rear, wrapped in either Ceat or MRF tubeless tyres. The top variant DLX gets a 190mm front disc brake along with a 130mm rear drum brake, while the lower variants get 130mm drum brakes at both ends. The Grazia comes with Honda’s Combi Braking System (CBS) as standard.
Safety and Features
The Grazia comes with Honda’s Combi Braking System (CBS) as standard. This system applies both the front and the rear brakes simultaneously when only the rear brake lever is pressed. This enhances the braking system and avoids chances of skidding while applying sudden brakes. It also gets an all-digital instrument console which includes tripmeter, odometer, and a fuel gauge. Other unique features include an Eco speed indicator, 4-in-1 ignition that includes the seat lock switch, and an additional storage option with a mobile charging port.