Honda Grazia sales cross 1 lakh mark
Praveen M, Engineer-turned-motorcycle journalist. I'm a sucker for cruising down the highways, and twisties in the hills.
The Honda Grazia has achieved a sales milestone of over 1 lakh units in less than five months of its launch. The scooter was launched in the country on November 8, last year.
Honda claims the Grazia has made its debut in top 10 selling scooters of India in the launch month and continues to increase in volumes every month. Commenting on its achievement, Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Senior Vice President - Sales and Marketing, said:
Equipped with innovative segment first features like LED Head lamp, fully digital meter with 3 step Eco speed indicator along with modern styling sets it apart in the segment. The phenomenal response from young urban customers reaffirms that more and more upwardly mobile youth who desired an advanced, stylish, powerful and convenient scooter are now buying GRAZIA.
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The Honda Grazia is available for sale in six colours in three variants (Standard / Standard Alloy / Deluxe) with prices starting from INR 58,133 for the standard drum version. The Standard Alloy with drum brakes costs INR 60,063; and the Deluxe variant with front disc brake is priced at INR 62,505. All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi. In the sporty 125 cc segment, the Grazia competes with TVS Ntorq 125 and Aprilia SR 125.
In the 21 days after its launch, the Grazia clocked over 15,000 units; and in one month, it recorded a sale of 17,047 units. In 2.5 months, the sale rose to 50,000 units. The Japanese brand recently announced a recall of the Grazia, Activa 125 and the Aviator over a faulty part in the front fork. 56,194 units have been affected, and Honda will replace the part free of cost.