The Honda Grazia scooter will soon be launched in India. Bookings of the upcoming model have already commenced across all Honda two-wheeler dealerships across the country. However, an official launch is expected to be scheduled for the first week of November 2017.
The Honda Grazia will be a 125 cc scooter which will become the company’s flagship offering in the gearless segment. It will thus be a premium offering in the urban scooter marketplace. Honda will likely position it at a slight premium over the Activa 125, with which the Grazia is also expected to share its powertrain.
The Grazia gets a funky styling, though it doesn’t get as loud a look as the Honda Navi or Honda Cliq. The front apron gets a large headlamp assembly that has been given a V-shaped housing. The top-ends of this V structure houses the turn indicators. A large of the front apron and the panel between the handlebars gets matte black treatment, giving the scooter a two-tone paint scheme. The Honda Grazia scooter also comes with an all-new instrument cluster that gets digital as well as analog readouts.
The Grazia also gets a front disc brake, Honda’s combi-brake technology, telescopic front suspension and alloy wheels. It is expected to come with a slew of attractive paint schemes.
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Honda Grazia expected price in India
The Honda Grazia is expected to be a premium offering, based on the Activa 125. Hence, it will likely retail at a mild premium over the popular Activa. As a result, we expect Honda to price the new Grazia scooter around Rs 68,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi).
|Honda Grazia expected price||Rs. 68,000|
Honda Grazia specifications
The new Honda Grazia will draw power from a 124.9 cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine. This is the same engine that powers the Activa 125. Mated to an automatic CVT gearbox, this power plant can churn out 8.52 bhp and 10.54 Nm of peak torque.
|Engine Type/ Displacement||124.9 cc, single cylinder, air cooled|
|Power||8.52 BHP @ 6,500 rpm|
|Torque||10.54 Nm @ 5,000 rpm|
Honda Grazia features
- Dual tone paint scheme
- Anolog-Digital instrument cluster
- Alloy wheels
- Front disc brake
- Combi-braking system (CBS)
- Telescopic front suspension