Honda Grazia vs Suzuki Access 125 - Spec Comparison

10/11/2017 - 18:21 | ,  ,  ,   | Praveen M

The 125cc scooter segment just got zingier, with the latest addition of the Honda Grazia. Its prime competitor is the Suzuki Access 125 in the price segment.

Honda Grazia launch with accessories front left quarter
The accessory grille in the Grazia looks out of place, but serves the purpose of protecting the bodywork.

The Honda Grazia has a sporty design language when compared to the relatively conservative lines of the Access 125. Honda is targeting young riders who are looking for a sporty 125cc scooter that is not as expensive as the Vespa range. Let’s see how the Grazia and the Access fare against each other on paper.

Specifications Honda Grazia Suzuki Access 125
Engine 124.9cc single cylinder HET engine 124cc single cylinder SOHC engine
Maximum power 8.63 PS at 6,500 rpm 8.7 PS at 7,000 rpm
Peak torque 10.54 Nm at 5,000 rpm 10.2 Nm at 5,000 rpm
Transmission V-Matic CVT
Front suspension Telescopic fork Telescopic fork
Rear suspension Single hydraulic shock absorber Single hydraulic shock absorber
Front tyre size 90/90-12 90/90 - 12
Rear tyre size 90/100-10 90/100 - 10
Front brake 190 mm disc with CBS Disc
Rear brake 130 mm drum with CBS Drum
Features LED headlamp, full digital instrumentation with Eco speed Indicator Steel body and fender, dual tripmeter, oil change indicator
Fuel Tank capacity 5.3 litres 5.6 litres
Kerb weight 107 kg 102 kg
Price, ex-showroom, Delhi INR 59,827 (Alloy variant) INR 57,488 (Disc variant)

The Grazia has slightly more power than the Access, and has an ABS plastic body. The Access on the other hand has a steel body and still manages to weigh 5 kilos less than the Grazia. The fuel tank is 0.3 litre bigger as well. The price difference between the two is INR 2,339 (alloy, disc variants). For that extra money, the Grazia offers a fresh new design that would appeal the youth.

2017 Suzuki Access 125 BSIV at dealership front three quarter
The chrome ring on the headlamp gives the scooter a classic look.

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The LED headlamps in the Grazia not only look cool, but is also helpful while riding at night. The digital instrument cluster has a novel Eco Speed indicator, which pretty much serves the same purpose as the economy speed range highlight in an analogue speedometer. The Access however, gets more informative features like twin trip meter and oil change indicator.

Honda Grazia - Image Gallery

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