Both the TVS Ntorq 125 and the Honda Grazia have designs that appeal to a younger audience. The Ntorq is sleeker whereas the Grazia has more of a butch look. The Ntorq makes do with an apron-mounted halogen headlamp with DRL. On the other hand, the Honda Grazia features an LED headlamp, which is one of the scooter’s highlights. Let’s see how they perform against each other spec-wise.
|Specifications||TVS Ntorq 125||Honda Grazia|
|Engine||124.79 cc, 3-valve CVTi-Revv OHC engine||124.9cc single cylinder HET engine|
|Maximum Power||9.4 PS at 7,500 rpm||8.63 PS at 6,500 rpm|
|Peak Torque||10.5 Nm at 5,500 rpm||10.54 Nm at 5,000 rpm|
|Front Suspension||Telescopic fork||Telescopic fork|
|Rear Suspension||Gas-filled single shock absorber||Single hydraulic shock absorber|
|Front Brake||220 mm petal disc||190 mm disc with CBS|
|Rear Brake||130 mm drum||130 mm drum with CBS|
|Front Wheel||Tubeless 100x80x12||90/90-12 (Tubeless)|
|Rear Wheel||Tubeless 110x80x12||90/100-10 (Tubeless)|
|Kerb Weight||116.1 kg||107 kg (dlx variant)|
|Fuel tank capacity||5 litres||5.3 litres|
|Underseat Storage Capacity||22 Litres||18 Litres|
|Price, ex-showroom Delhi||INR 58,750||INR 62,505 (Disc variant)|
The Honda Grazia loses out on power, and the torque is more or less the same as the Ntorq’s output. However, the Grazia weighs 9.1 kg lesser than the Ntorq, which should translate into superior efficiency, at least on paper. The claimed efficiency of the Grazia is 50 km/l; whereas the ARAI efficiency figure of the Ntorq stands at 48 kmpl.
Also Read: Honda Grazia – First ride review
The biggest talking point of the Ntorq is its advanced instrument cluster, which is Bluetooth and app-compatible. It boasts 55 features including navigation assist (turn-by-turn), top speed recorder, in-built lap-timer, phone-battery strength display, last parked location assist, service reminder, trip meter and multi-ride statistic modes such as Street and Sport (Displays relevant information in the cluster based on whichever is selected). It also has an incoming call/SMS alert. The Grazia, on the other hand, has a rather primitive Eco Speed Indicator, apart from the digital cluster with a tachometer.
The Ntorq offers fantastic value for money, and is INR 3,755 less expensive than the disc variant of the Grazia. It also has the practicality advantage over the Japanese scooter with its first-in-segment features.