Honda has given many features to the Grazia and this includes, mobile charging socket, 4-in-1 key slot and a very roomy 18-litre under seat storage space. A fully digital instrument console has also been given to the Grazia and this includes eco speed indicator for better fuel efficiency.
Engine and Performance
Honda Grazia is powered by 124.9cc, fan-cooled, 4-stroke engine delivering a maximum power of 8.52 Bhp @ 6500 rpm and peak torque of 10.54 Nm @ 5000 rpm. It gets both electric and kicks start options. Grazia features V-Matic automatic transmission. The Honda Eco Technology is used to deliver more fuel economy and crisp performance in the Grazia.
Brakes, Suspension and Chassis
The Chassis of the Grazia is the same old under-bone type frame. The Honda has given 130 mm drum brakes at both the ends for the Grazia. A 190 mm disc brake option is also given to customers at an additional price from base variant. Honda has given tubeless tyres at both the ends for better comfort and riding comfort. The Suspension set up of the Grazia comes with a telescopic fork at the front, while the rear suspension comes with spring loaded hydraulic type suspension.
The Honda Grazia ticks the box of being a stylish new scooter with futuristic looks. But, when it comes to the necessity of an additional scooter when Honda is enjoying the sales of the popular Activa is still a debatable question. By the looks of it, the Grazia could find love from the younger audience. However, people are moving far away from p[oor old 125ccc scooters and Grazia even though it has all the charms, will find it hard to penetrate the market, even though city dwellers may find this fresh new scooter from Honda compelling.