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  • Q. I'm planning to buy Honda Grazia bs6. But there are few bad reviews on some websites-1. Many say that they are facing starting problems; 2. Vibration issues have also been reported at higher speeds; 3. people are also facing mileage issues. Please help me out with these queries- are these problems only in the bs4 version or also in the new bs6 version?
    Somen
    Somen | 3 months ago

    I do own a grazia bs6 since Oct 2020. With the upgrade in the engine to bs6, I don't see any problem in starting it, even after being idle for 3-4 days it just took a couple of seconds to start using self start. Secondly, vibration are a part of all the scooters in this range, but in this case I just felt a little bit of vibrations at a speed above 80kmpl. Although you mostly gonna use it in city where you might be around 60-70kmpl, hence you not gonna face issues.Thirdly, mileage is going to be around 50-55 in city condition and depends on your driving skills.Now I would like to add some points, that I have felt till now, 1. The fuel tank is located too deep due to its jet like real finish, and it seems difficult to fill the fuel. Sometimes you may see spill during a full tank fill. So be cautious.2. The glove box is flungy and creates problems while accessing it, that locking mechanism could have been better.3. Pickup is nice as compared to the previous version. Seems quite good at handling and controlling is easy. 4. Boot space is less, could have been longer. 5. Seat length could be improved. 6. Foot space is quite okay. 7. Pilot lamp looks classy, on the contrary a switch must have been provided to on/off the main head lamp.

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  • Q. Is Honda Grazia a good scooter for parents in 125CC
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    Zigwheels | 3 months ago

    If you are looking for a more powerful scooter then the Grazia would be a better choice. The Honda Grazia BS6 competes against the TVS NTorq 125, Suzuki Burgman Street and Aprilia SR 125. The Grazia is powered by a 124cc single-cylinder fuel-injected engine that churns out 8.25PS and 10.30Nm and it also gets an ACG starter motor for silent starts and an Idling Stop System for improved fuel efficiency. As for the features, the scooter gets a fully digital instrument cluster that shows the tachometer readings, distance-to-empty, real-time and average mileage figures. There’s also a 3-step eco speed indicator apart from the regular tell-tale lights. On the other hand, if you are looking for a family scooter then we'd suggest you to go with the Honda Activa 125 or the Suzuki Access 125. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.

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  • Q. I have used Activa for many years and also using Jupitor so this tym i wanted to buy some different scooter so i choosed Grazia but many people suggesting me not to buy this because its mileage is very low also its having plastic body pls suggest should i buy it or not
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 2 months ago

    Honda Grazia gets the same all-new 124cc single-cylinder fuel-injected engine as the Activa 125. Here, the motor produces 8.25PS and 10.30Nm. The engine is tried and tested and is refined in a typically Honda manner. Combined with the comfortable ergonomics and upright seating position, the scooter makes city commuting easy. The scooter rolls on 12-inch front and 10-inch rear alloy or steel wheels and offers subtle ride quality. As for the mileage, the previous version was claimed to deliver 55kmpl, however, the fuel efficiency figures are not yet out for the BS6 version. We expect better mileage returns since the scooter now gets a fuel-injected engine and bits like Idling Stop System and 3-step eco speed indicator for improved mileage. If you are looking for a more powerful scooter then the Grazia would be a better choice. The Honda Grazia BS6 competes against the TVS NTorq 125, Suzuki Burgman Street, and Aprilia SR 125. As for the features, the scooter gets a fully digital instrument cluster that shows the tachometer readings, distance-to-empty, real-time, and average mileage figures. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for the dealership.

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    Honda Grazia BS6 Overview

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    4.0 /5
    242 reviews
    • Performance
      4.1/5
    • Mileage
      3.7/5
    • Comfort
      4.0/5
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    • Maintenance Cost
      3.8/5
    • Features & Styling
      4.2/5

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    • 4.6

      Gud excellent need accessories for headlamps and all.Head lamps need accessories because it was so long headlight it needs some protection.

    • 3.8

      Mileage is to less.Otherwise its a good thing for family use.It has very basic features but good for short distance.

    • 4.2

      I got delivery of grazia disc top most model yday.Pickup is good but as expected for 125 cc, Led head light is too poor, Seat n riding is very comfortable, Braking so so, Look is very sporty n manly, Auto of on idling of 3 secs n starts on throattle a nice feature, Sound is smooth, Starts quickly on morning although no choke provided, Costs 97k on road inclusive of regd.N insurance at bhubaneswar.Accessories beyond this.Full fibre body.Dosn't start if side stand is on.You get a clock on desk meter.Let's see how the performance after services.

    • 3.8

      Best thing about this scooter is the looks.But the fuel filling system and glove box disappoints a little.Mileage in city is around 50-55kmpl and, If you are using only in streets, As i do, You gonna get almost around 35-38 of a liter only.Overall scooter is quite good at handling on entire speed scale.Road grip is superior and is quite good at taking turns.The combi braking system is also very good and allows to stop at a quite impressive deceleration without discomfort.

    • 2.2

      Part's price is to high and maintenance is also good but its faibar body.Mfhivh.

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    • 4.2

      I got delivery of grazia disc top most model yday.Pickup is good but as expected for 125 cc, Led head light is too poor, Seat n riding is very comfortable, Braking so so, Look is very sporty n manly, Auto of on idling of 3 secs n starts on throattle a nice feature, Sound is smooth, Starts quickly on morning although no choke provided, Costs 97k on road inclusive of regd.N insurance at bhubaneswar.Accessories beyond this.Full fibre body.Dosn't start if side stand is on.You get a clock on desk meter.Let's see how the performance after services.

    • 3.8

      Best thing about this scooter is the looks.But the fuel filling system and glove box disappoints a little.Mileage in city is around 50-55kmpl and, If you are using only in streets, As i do, You gonna get almost around 35-38 of a liter only.Overall scooter is quite good at handling on entire speed scale.Road grip is superior and is quite good at taking turns.The combi braking system is also very good and allows to stop at a quite impressive deceleration without discomfort.

    • 2.6

      Actually Honda should give all models engine kill swatch. some people wanted in top model but Honda did wrong things.Also color options not good everything is ok ok ok but above update things not good.....

    • 1.0

      Don't waste your money to buy this... it is ridiculous...this is 4th time i have stoppd at main highway during my duty.... every time brack down...and rear wheels ring belt is always brakes..

    • 3.0

      The pickup is not so impressive comparing to hero pleasure. It's not smooth as expected.Style is appealing. Mileage is not good.Breaking is good

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