Know about the latest offering from Honda, in the two wheeler segment.
Cheers! As JustInReviews is back with its auto tech review. This time, it is the recently launched Honda Grazia.
Honda Activa has been amongst the best sellers for the manufacturers. The newly launched Grazia is on the same lines as Honda Activa and gets a new design, specially worked to pull in youngsters. The prevalence of this segment has been on the ascent in level 2 cities since the launch of the first Activa back in 2000. Honda dreams of making it into the best bike in the segment.
The looks of Honda Grazia are proposed to appeal to the youthful generation. The bike has been designed in sharp, swift lines with double tone colour scheme, providing it a sportier look and feel. By putting the LED headlamp at the front apron of the bike, Honda is planning to make the Grazia look cutting edge, adjusting to the ‘advanced urban bike’ image.
The driving force:
Honda Grazia bears certain likeliness to its predecessor. First of all, it is powered with the same 124.9 cc fan-cooled, 4-stroke motor that used to drive the Honda Active 125. The engine provides 8.52 bhp of max power and 10.54 Nm of max torque. The engine comes with a CVT auto transmission gearbox. This power-train can make Grazia reach to a top speed of 85 kmph, according to the official spec list.
The Honda Grazia has got black alloy wheels – 10-inch at the back end and 12-inch at the front end – with tubeless tyres at both ends. The front wheel accompanies an optional disc brake. Honda Grazia additionally accompanies the Combi Brake System (CBS) automotive technology which equally disperses the brake force between the front and the back brake when the lever for the back brake is squeezed. This permits better control and steadiness while riding the bike. The front suspension on Honda Grazia is a telescopic kind, though the rear suspension being a spring-loaded hydraulic kind.
The eagerly awaited mobile charging unit has been incorporated into the glove box of the Honda Grazia, in spite of the fact that as an optional and not standard gear. The instrument console has been made completely digital, with dual screens and a three-stage eco speed indicator. The 4-in-1 lock with seat opening switch that deals with the security of the bike.
Variants and Price:
There are three variants of the Honda Grazia –
– Grazia STD for Rs 57,897
– Grazia Alloy for 59,827 and
– The top of the line Grazia Dlx for Rs 62,269.
The Grazia is available in six colour variants namely:
– Pearl Amazing White
– Neo Orange Metallic
– Matte Marvel Blue Metallic
– Pearl Spartan Red
– Pearl Nightstar Black and
– Matte Axis Grey Metallic
As claimed by the company, the mileage is 60 Kmpl
– Inclusion of the mobile charging unit
– Sporty and trendy look
– Equipped with a digital instrument console
– Rear disc brake option is missing
– Price on the higher side
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