Honda has unveiled its newest 125cc automatic scooter HondaGrazia at Rs.57,897. The Grazia is a advanced version of its flagship model Activa. Honda Grazia bears certain resemblances to its predecessor.
For starters, it runs on the same 124.9 cc fan-cooled, 4-stroke engine that used to drive the Honda Active 125. The engine makes 8.52 bhp of max power and 10.54 Nm of max torque. The engine is coupled with a CVT automatic gearbox. This powertrain can take Grazia to top speed of 85 kmph, as per the official spec list.
The Honda Grazia comes with black alloy wheels now – 12-inch in the front and 10-inch in the rear – with tubeless tyres on both of them. The front wheel comes with an optional disc brake. Honda Grazia also comes with Combi Brake System which equally distributes the brake force between the front and the rear brake when the lever for the rear brake is pressed. This allows better handling and stability while riding the scooter.
The design language of Honda Grazia is intended to appeal to the younger crowd. The scooter has been designed in sharp, swift lines with dual-tone colour scheme, giving it a sportier look and feel. By placing the LED headlamp at the front apron of the scooter, Honda is aiming to make the Grazia look futuristic, conforming to the 'advanced urban scooter' image.