Brand has kept front-wheel biggers as compared to the rear wheel in order to get better effective torque and gradability. If you increase the tyre size it will reduce the fuel efficiency as well as pickup of the scooter. Also, upsizing the tyre may result in wear-and-tear trouble and it will come in contact with suspension setup which in turn diminish the scooter's performance. For better clarity, we would suggest you to contact the nearest authorised service center.You may check out authorised dealership details.
Exchange of a bike would depend on certain factors like brand, model, physical condition, kilometers driven, no. of owners and many more. In order to check for exchange offers and value, we recommend you to get in touch with nearby dealership - Bike Showrooms
Honda Grazia comes equipped with LED headlamps, however, if you wish to install projector headlamps, then we'd recommend connecting with the nearest authorized service centre for the information regarding the compatibility. Please click on the link and select your city accordingly for - Honda Bike Showrooms
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With great refinement levels and top-notch build quality, the Grazia feels every bit a proper Honda scooter. There won't be an issue with the body of Grazia. Although, it totally depends on the driving style, how is the maintenance done, road condition, etc.
Not that I experienced. I m having grazia for 2 yrs. Approx.
Grazia and Ntorq cannot be compared as the two belong to two different segments. The former is an ideal commuter with a good dose of performance and comfort. Ntorq is for outright performance (that doesn't mean it's not comfortable). Also note that the wheels and tyres are totally different on Ntorq, they much resemble those of an Apache. If for some reason you cannot buy a 125-150 cc motorcycle, buy an Ntorq. You'll never regret your decision. I have regularly done group tours when my friends were riding Pulsars, Apaches plus two RE Classic 350s. My Ntorq never lagged behind though it is a mere scooter.
It depends on your preferences such as weight of bike, bluetooth navigation, seating comfort, how many people you will be taking, what distance you will be travelling, and so on. Please do not just blindly buy a bike based on ratings. Even if the bike is good you have to check if it will be good for you.
Both of them are good but if you want power, style, features, etc then go for NTORQ. But if you just want the Honda tag then go for Grazia as there is nothing new in it except the body styling. I would suggest NTORQ as three of my friend own Grazia and two of us(including me) own the NTORQ and they said that the Grazia is good only till first service and after that it becomes a liability. P.S- The other friend of mine sold his Grazia to get the NTORQ!! So, think wisely!!!
Activa 5G is powered by 109cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine delivers 8PS of power and 9Nm of torque. Suspension duties are still taken care of by the age-old bottom-link unit at the front and a hydraulic monoshock unit at the rear. Meanwhile, braking is done via 130mm drum brakes on both ends, with Honda's combi brake system (CBS) available as standard. Honda has equipped the Activa 5G with 10-inch wheels shod with 100/90 section tubeless tyres. On the other hand, Grazia is powered by the same 124.9cc petrol engine seen on the Activa 125. It produces 8.5PS of power and 10.54Nm of peak torque, mated to a CVT transmission. It gets 12-inch 90/90 tyre at the front and a 12-inch 90/100 tyre at the rear. Braking is via 130mm drums on both sides with standard CBS. A front 190mm disc brake is available as an option. Hence, buying one will depends on your requirement. Do take a test ride in order to judge your riding comfort.
Yes Grazia many things that stands out in Grazia compare to activa let's take the obvious ones out boths top trim dlx cost nearly 80k plus and have the same tachometer now here comes the difference the most evident the 125cc not the best 125cc motor in the market and the best 125cc scooter would be the tvs ntorq but back to the question, so Grazia 125cc is far superior to activa 5gs 110cc motor and Grazia in real time has the same mileage as activa 5g and Grazias suspension is way more software and comfortable than activa and unlike activa it should not have the problem of suspension failure because of the telescopic suspension and the breaks in Grazia are superior front disks brake and Grazia looks better than activa atleast for my eyes so yes overall Grazia is better
Best is to go with N-torq in the similar price range. My family is loyal to Honda so we have Grazia, Activa, Aviator. Now, i use these 2 vehicles on regular basis - Duke 390 and N-torq. SR150 which my brother uses. To be honest... I think SR150 is best but it is highly overpriced... Now lets come to the price section where activa belongs... So, after riding its all siblings... The best one is N-torq which is a TVS brand. I was a Honda loyal customer just like my family but N-torq is way better in every aspect so i had to move to N-torq. I would advice you the same to go with N-torq. It is the best choice.. You better take a test ride of all the three vehicles then purchase which one you feel best comfortable with....
Yes. I own a Grazia and it stops sometimes while running. It doesn't start for around 10 mins after that(even when trying to kick start the engine with Choke). I have given it to authorized Honda service centers a lot of times and they only tune the bike and does nothing else. They couldn't figure out the issue or maybe they know what the issue is but it would cost them as I have Honda Shield so, they are reluctant to permanently fix the issue. I have seen this happening to Activa and another Grazia vehicle in a signal as well. Please don't go for Honda scooters any more.PS - I own a Honda Aviator(2012 model) and that does not have any issues and for that reason alone I bought another Honda vehicle but now Honda has completely lost my faith.
Yes what you heard was correct, it is having starting problem. not even in the morning it even gets engine off in running also. And after that it not get start for long time.Upto six months it works fine but after that it starts troubling you.I showed in show room also they have changed some internal part saying that power is not supplying but after 10 days problem has started again.I am facing too much problem.If any one is planning to go for this vike, my advice is better to go for another.Very worst bike and worst experience.
Yes you are correct, Honda grazia is having starting problem. For first six months it works fine but after six months it starts troubling you. It even gets engine off in running also and didn't get start for long time. I am facing this problem daily.I showed in service center also they have changed some part even thought problem has not resolved. I never saw such a worst bike. If any body is planning to go for this bike please don't.Very worst and dissatisfied bike.
Honda Activa 125 is a well-rounded scooter and a safe bet if you’re in the lookout for a 125cc scooter. The engine offers good grunt to make your commute interesting while the telescopic front forks mean that it rides over potholes and undulations much better than its 110cc sibling. The styling could have been better and being a Honda, the Activa 125 has been priced at a premium.
If you ask me then I'll say Grazia is the better option. Because the scooter will grab the attention towards its look. More powerful and has a quick response in throttle in comparison to activa 125. Led lights are common in all honda scooters. Very good ride quality in grazia. So I'll recommend you to buy honda grazia.
Both the scooter's are technically the same , Grazia is feature loaded and lightweight , Where Activa 125 enjoy's the strong brand value and with all metal body its gives you sense of longetivity .I enjoy riding my Activa 125 a lot and will refer that. Gem of a scooter with no additional maintenance .