Honda’s latest urban scooter offering, the Honda Grazia, has been revealed from a dealer yard. These images were seen on various social media pages. Yesterday, the brand announced that the bookings for the scooter would open tomorrow.
Going by the spy pictures surfaced online, the Honda Grazia features lots of angular elements in its design language. The bodywork is two-tone and uses a combination of blue and black body panels. The front apron features twin headlights with indicators flanking at the top. The headlight ends with a distinct horizontal crease at the bottom, which gives it an aggressive character. The instrumentation is an analogue-digital combo cluster, with the choke lever mounted on the handlebar. The sides of the apron also feature muscular creases for a sporty look.
There is a small storage compartment on the apron, with a provision for a mobile charging port. It would be more convenient than the underseat charging port. On the right, there’s a switch to unlock the seat as well. The scooter employs telescopic fork at the front, and expect the rear to use a single shock absorber. The black alloy wheels feature a disc brake at the front, and the rear is likely to be a drum unit. This particular scooter also comes with Combi-brake system for better braking characteristics.
The engine is likely the 125 cc unit sourced from the Honda Activa 125. In the Activa, the 124.9cc single cylinder mill generates 8.52 bhp of power at 6,500 rpm, and 10.54 Nm of torque at 5,000 rpm. If the Grazia uses the 125cc engine, it would be Honda’s flagship scooter offering in India. While the Activa 125 costs INR 61,869 (ex-showroom) for the DLX variant; expect the Grazia to command a premium of approximately INR 3000 more.