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BREAKING:Honda Rolls In 2020 Grazia 125; 125cc BS6 Lineup Now Complete

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  • Jun 24, 2020
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It’s powered by the same 124cc engine as the Activa 125

  • Gets features such as an ACG starter, fuel injection, and idle start-stop.
  • Revised front fascia looks sharper and features an LED headlight with DRL.
  • The 125cc scooter also packs in a redesigned digital console.
  • Commands a premium of around Rs 13,000 to16,000 over the original launch price

 

Honda has added yet another BS6-compliant model to its 125cc lineup with the launch of the Honda Grazia 125. It’s based on the Activa 125 and consequently receives all of its features. However, this has pushed the price of the scooter to Rs 73,336, a premium of Rs 13,000 over the original launch price. The Deluxe variant now retails at Rs 80,978 (both prices ex-showroom Delhi). There are four colour options to choose from -- yellow, red, blue and grey.

For starters, the BS6 Grazia 125 looks a lot sharper than before. It features a new LED headlight and LED DRL similar to the one seen on the Honda Dio. It even gets a pass light switch and an external fuel-filler cap, just like the rest of Honda’s scooter range. The full-digital instrument console now features a bar-type tachometer on both sides of the speedometer, a clock, and a range indicator. Aside from this, the display features two tripmeters, an odometer, and reads out information like real-time and average fuel efficiency and distance to empty. 

Other notable updates include a redesigned under-seat storage and glove box which offer more space according to Honda. For additional peace of mind, Honda will also be offering a special 6-year warranty package (3 years standard + 3 years optional extended warranty) on the BS6 Grazia.

The Honda Grazia is powered by the same 124cc fuel-injected engine as the Activa 125. It makes 8.29PS of power at 6000rpm and 10.3Nm of peak torque at 5000rpm. Expect the motor to offer better fuel efficiency compared to the outgoing model thanks to the inclusion of start-stop tech and fuel-injection. It gets the same CVT transmission as before. 

The engine comes equipped with a side-stand engine immobiliser and an ACG starter motor which requires less battery power and makes starting the scooter a silent affair.

In terms of hardware, the BS6 Grazia comes with a 12-inch front and 10-inch rear wheel setup with alloy rims. Its braking setup comprises of a 190mm front disc and a 130mm rear drum brake with CBS as standard. Suspension duties are handled by a telescopic fork and three-step preload-adjustable monoshock with 16mm of extra ground clearance.

At this price point, the Grazia 125 takes on the TVS NTorq 125, Aprilia SR 125 and Suzuki Burgman Street 125.

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