Honda has officially launched the all-new Grazia in Nepal for Rs. 2,01,900. The scooter is Honda’s second offering in the 125cc segment and will be lined up next to its counterpart; Activa 125. The Grazia looks very similar to the Dio at the first look but is equipped with sharper and bolder features. At the front, it gets a segment first LED headlamps with a dual-tone color. The rest of the body gets sharp character lines to make it look sportier.
The Honda Grazia, though, gets the all-digital instrument console with a 3-step eco speed indicator. The scooter gets a 4-in-1 ignition lock with a seat opener switch and it also features a small “gloves box” in the front which includes the charging port and is enough to accommodate mobile phones.
Likewise, it’s also equipped with telescopic front forks and a mono-shock unit at the rear. The scooter will be offered in three variants; Standard, Standard Alloy, and Deluxe, along with six new color options.
Honda Grazia Specifications
The Grazia is powered by the same 124.9cc petrol engine seen on the Activa 125. It produces 8.5PS of power and 10.54Nm of peak torque, mated to a CVT transmission. It gets 12-inch 90/90 tubeless tire at the front and a 12-inch 90/100 tire at the rear. Braking is done via 130mm drums on both sides with Honda’s standard CBS. A front 190mm disc brake is available as an option.