Honda Grazia Expert Review
Honda Grazia Expert Review- Check the Advantage and Disadvantage
Honda Grazia is one of the newest scooters to be launched in the Indian market. Equipped with an exciting range of features, the scooter has been used by Honda to reach out to young and urban buyers. This European style scooter is Honda’s second model in the 125 segment after Activa 125.
Honda Grazia Features
The major highlights of Grazia are LED headlamps, digital speedo cluster, front disc brake, telescopic forks. The presence of alloy wheels, mobile charging socket and six attractive paint options makes it a convenient option for youngsters looking for a stylish scooter. The scooter has a disc brake and telescopic suspension at the front apart from 12-inch alloy wheels. As in the case of all other scooters of Honda, Grazia comes with CBS or combi-braking system also. The auto-headlamp on (AHO) is an added feature of the scooter.
Grazia comes with the same engine which Activa 125 is equipped with. Its 124.9 cc air-cooled motor generates a power of 8.52 bhp at 6500 rpm and 10.54 of peak torque at 5000 rpm. Grazia is also equipped with a completely digital instrument cluster. A scooter designed keeping in mind the urban environment, it also has a semi-digital instrument console which offers a classy touch to the new scooter. From the upfront, the scooter has a bold design which is equipped with a heavy headlamp cluster. It infuses a sporty touch to the scooter’s design.
Honda Grazia Specifications
Grazia 125 cc automatic scooter’s engine has been adapted from Activa 125. The BS4 compliant engine produces a maximum power of 8.52 BHP @6500 RPM and a peak torque of 10.54@5000 RPM. The motor has been mated with a CVT. The engine is known to offer a lively performance and high refinement levels and has a decent mileage. Similar to Activa 125, this new automatic scooter comes with an optional 190 mm from front disc brakes.
It is a suitable alternative to Activa 125which comes with a conventional style. Its bold design with unique paint options makes it a favorite among youngsters. The scooter’s Combi Brake System (CBS) equally distributes the brake force between the front and rear brake once the lever is pressed from the rear brake. This ensures better handling and stability when the scooter is on the move. Honda Grazia’s front suspension is a telescopic pair. The rear suspension on the other hand is spring loaded hydraulic one.
This scooter has a dual color tone scheme with sharp, swift lines which meets the preferences of youngsters. An LED headlamp has been placed on the scooter’s front apron, thereby helping it to create the image of an ‘advanced urban scooter’.
- Starting Price- - 62,269 57,897
- Mileage - 60 Kmpl
- Engine- 124.9 cc
- Max Power- 8.63 PS @ 6500 rpm
- Max Torque- 10.54 Nm @ 5000 rpm
Honda Grazia Advantages
- The all-metal body offers a high level of protection from scratches and dings.
- The windswept lines on the sides which have embossed ‘Grazia’ badge on their side and a ‘Honda’ sticker on floorboard give the scooter a snazzy and snappy look.
- Smooth pickup.
Honda Grazia Disadvantages
- The scooter jumps a lot.