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Top spec Honda Grazia price is Rs 64,668 ex-showroom, a minor increase for freshness

2019 Honda Grazia Price is Rs 64,668 ex-showroom in India. The updates received by the Grazia is purely cosmetic. There is a body decal ‘Sticker’ as well as an option for a new color. These changes are made to the top-of-the-line DX variant.

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Honda Grazia Price in India is Rs 64,668 ex-showroom

Honda Grazia 125 is a popular scooter which rivals TVS’s Ntorq 125 and Hero Desniti 125 in the segment. 2019 version of Grazia costs Rs 300 more than the previous version. The said decal found its place on the front body panel towards the outer sides. Along with a new color shade ‘Pearl Siren Blue’ made the scooter to look fresh for the year 2019.

Also Read: List of Upcoming Honda bikes in India in 2019

Powering the scooter is a 125 cc single cylinder engine which is fed by a carburetor. The powerplant develops 8.5 bhp at 6500 rpm and 10.5 Nm torque at 5000 rpm. Rear wheel is driven by a CVT transmission. Honda Grazia tips the scale at just 107 Kg which makes it quite lightweight for a 125 cc scooter.

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Honda Grazia Price in India is Rs 64,668 ex-showroom

There are telescopic forks at the front end and a single shock absorber at the rear. Braking department is taken care of by 130 mm drum brakes for base variant. The DX variant gets 190 mm Disc with a single piston caliper for more effective braking. Combined Braking System is now available to comply with upcoming safety norms. The front wheel is 12-inch whereas the rear one is 10-inch. Both tyres are 90/90 section.

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Honda Grazia faces tough competition from lower-priced and feature packed TVS Ntorq 125. however, Ntorq is due for an update because it lacks few features like an LED headlamp and Combined Braking System.

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