Honda Grazia Sports Edition launched at Rs. 82,564
Honda two-wheelers India has launched the Grazia Sports edition at Rs 82,654 to make it an attractive offering to the younger audience. The scooter retains its design, features and mechanicals from the standard offering but gets new decals and graphics to make it look distinct. The company has not mentioned if this will be a limited edition offering. "Honda re-invented the scooter market in last 20 years which has only grown with time. Adding more excitement to the premium scooter segment, we are happy to launch the new sports edition of Grazia the most advanced scooter in its category" commented, Atsushi Ogata, Managing Director, President & CEO, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd.
"Honda Grazia is an advanced 125cc urban scooter tailor-made for those riders who prefer to make an impact reflecting their youthful & Fun Persona. The all-new Grazia Sports Edition is sure to turn heads around. As the educational institutes start opening their campus, Grazia Sports Edition will be the new choice for many looking for their personal mobility on two wheels". stated, Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Director Sales & Marketing, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd.
In terms of styling, the updated avatar of the scooter sports LED position lamps, new taillight, rear indicators and a split grab rail. Also, the alloys are now black, new model name emblems on the side panel and Honda badging on the floor panel. Honda also mentions of the new LED headlight, multifunction switch to unlock the seat and open external fuel lid, engine start/stop switch, digital instrumentation that displays distance to empty, average fuel efficiency, real-time fuel efficiency along with service due indicator and other mileage related information. The ground clearance has been increased by 16mm while the under seat and the front apron storage has been reworked upon to make it more spacious than before.
The power and torque figures remain unchanged in the BS6 iteration of the Honda Grazia which are 8.52PS of power and 10.54Nm of torque. However, the 2020 version features AC generator starter setup, that cranks up the motor with the AC current that charges the battery while riding. Secondly, it gets a new PGM-FI and also idling start-stop system, which like that of a four-wheeler, automatically turns off the ignition at idling drastically reducing fuel consumption. It restarts the motor at a twist of the throttle.
Starts Rs 73,912
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