BS6 Honda Grazia 125 scooter launched; learn complete details

New Delhi: Honda Motorcycles & Scooter India launched the BS6 Honda Grazia 125 Scooter. The scooter has been launched in two variants – Standard and Deluxe. Their price is Rs 73,912 and Rs 80,978 respectively. These prices are ex-showroom Delhi. The new Honda Grazia includes many new features with the updated engine. Also, there have been mild changes in its design.

Look sharper

Honda has made changes to the design of the BS6 Grazia scooter, which gives it a more sharp look. The scooter now has LED DC headlamps that look sleek. It has LED DRL inspired by Dio scooter. The handlebar cowl has also been slightly redesigned with sharp lines and edge. The side body panels look sharp and the tail section of the scooter and the brake-light assembly have also undergone changes in design. The new Grazia is available in four color options – Matte Cyber ​​Yellow, Pearl Spartan Red, Pearl Cyron Blue and Matte Axis Gray.

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Features

Like other scooters of Honda, BS6 Grazia also has a pass light switch and external fuel-filler cap. It has an updated digital instrument console, which offers information such as average mileage, real-time mileage, distance-to-amput and 3-step eco indicators in addition to speed and RPM. The scooter also has features such as engine start-stop switch and side stand with engine cut-off.

More storage space

Honda claims that the new Grazia has undergone redesigned under-seat storage and glove box, which will give it more storage space. The scooter comes with 12-inch front and 10-inch rear tires with alloy wheels. Talking about braking, the updated Grazia has 190mm discs at the front and 130mm drum brakes at the rear. The scooter is equipped with a CBS (combined braking system). The updated Grazia has a new telescopic suspension, which increases its ground clearance by 16 mm.

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Updated engine and more mileage

The 2020 Honda Grazia is powered by a BS6 compliant 124cc, single-cylinder engine. The updated engine comes with Honda Eco Technology (HET) and eSP (Enhanced Smart Power). It also has silent start and idling stop system with ACG. The engine generates 8.14 hp power and 10.3 Nm torque. Honda claims that the updated engine mileage is 13% more than the old version.

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