2020 Grazia prices have escalated to hefty levels! Its deluxe variant makes it the costliest conventional 125cc scooter in India!
We have the prices of the Bharat Stage 6 compliant Grazia. Quite strangely, Honda did reveal that the scooter is available in two variants in its press release shared yesterday, but it did NOT specify the price of the higher deluxe trim.
It was only uploaded at the official website few hours later and you would NOT be very pleased after knowing it.
Honda Grazia BS6 prices
|2020 Grazia drum||Rs 73,912|
|2020 Grazia Disc||Rs 80,978|
Yes, the premium variant of the scooter has crossed that Rs 80,000 price barrier. That makes it about Rs 11,000-14,000 costlier than before signifying a hike of around 18-19 percent! The difference between the two variants is Rs 7000.
At that price, Grazia overshoots its direct rival TVS Ntorq, Hero Destini and Maestro Edge 125, Yamaha Ray ZR and Fascino. In fact, it is even costlier than Suzuki’s stylish maxi scooter Burgman Street (obviously apart from its Access)!
This means that Grazia is the costliest conventional 125 cc scooter in India and only the premium Aprilia and Vespa scooters are ahead of it.
Though Honda is clubbing in a lot of features in its BS6 upgrades to shield the hike, but it is worth a thought if some of them could have been avoided just to prevent the prices from escalating to these levels! It would be interesting to see if such price hikes impact its otherwise invincible sales…