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Honda Motorcycle launched the Grazia scooter in early November, and since then it has been selling like a hot cake. The company has sold more than 15,000 units throughout the country within just 21 days.
The Grazia is the newest and perhaps the most premium scooter from the manufacturer. It has got a bunch of useful features like Eco indicator and full LED headlamp. Moreover, a seat opener switch, a fully digital instrument cluster and a front utility pocket are also featured in the two-wheeler. Also, it is the one among the very few scooters on sale in India that gets a dual-tone color scheme. The Honda Grazia is the most feature-rich two-wheeler in the segment and this is why it is super strong on the sales front.
The Honda Grazia is equipped with the same 124.9 cc air-cooled motor with single-cylinder engine as the very popular Honda Activa 125. The power generated from the scooter is 8.52 bhp at 6,500 revolutions per minute and a peak torque of 10.54 Nm at 5,000 rpm. The engine is fitted with a continuous variable transmission system and is capable to take the scooter to a maximum of 85 kmph top speed at an average fuel economy of 57 kmpl to 60 kmpl.
Other features that are available in this two-wheeler are 12-inch alloy wheels, telescopic suspension and an auto-headlamp on (AHO).The scooter is also featured with a disc brake, Combi-braking system CBS and mobile charging point. The Honda Grazia has a fuel tank of 5.3L with economical fuel efficiency. Coming to the under seat storage capacity, the scooter has 18L of decent space to store daily grocery and others. You can get a detailed feature list on Autoportal.com.
The two-wheeler comes in a variety of color options such as Pearl White, Matte Blue, Pearl Red, Matte Grey, Neo Orange Metallic and Pearl Black. As far as price range is concerned, Honda Grazia is available at a starting price of INR 63,287 (Delhi showroom price).
At the given price, there are different options available apart from Honda Grazia including TVS Wego, TVS Jupiter, Suzuki Access 125, Vespa LX 125, Mahindra Gusto 125 and also the Honda Activa 125. However, the Grazia seems to have beaten them hands down in terms of popularity.
Although the power output and fuel efficiency remain the same, Honda’s famous Combi-braking system (CBS) and a fully digital instrument cluster make it different from others. Also, the 3-step eco-meter is a great feature that helps the rider to achieve the best possible fuel efficiency. The scooter has also been given a modern look, which makes it appealing to the users.
Practically, the Grazia is a much better two-wheeler in terms of design and features in comparison to its competitors, which is the prime reason behind such a warm reception.