Grazia Sports Edition price premium is Rs 1000 over the standard disc variant of the scooter. It is offered in fresher, sportier colors…
Two 125cc scooters – Honda Grazia and TVS Ntorq 125 started their journeys around similar timeframes. Owing to Honda’s massive popularity in scooters it was always believed that Grazia will outsell the sportier Ntorq. But nobody knew there was a surprise that lay ahead.
Today, Ntorq is a more popular scooter with higher sales. Honda probably believes that it is the sportiness factor of the TVS’ scoot that lures more buyers. As a result, the Jap has introduced a sportier version of its Grazia.
Called as the Grazia Sports Edition, the 125cc scooter is being offered in two new color shades which try to accentuate the curves and creases of the offering. While the Pearl Nightstar Black is the better looker out of the two the Sports Red also looks cool.
Honda claims that Grazia is the most advanced scooter in its category and is hopeful of this sports edition finding many more young takers as educational institutes start opening across the country, after the COVID-19 led disruption.
Grazia Sports Edition Price
|Grazia Sports Edition||Rs 82,564|
The regular Grazia disc version costs Rs 81,564 in this city which means Honda is charging a premium of Rs 1000 over it for the sportier shades.
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There are no other changes that the press note specifies about this new version which means it continues with the same 124cc engine that produces 6.07 KW (8.25 PS) of peak power and 10.3 Nm of max torque.
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Key features include split LED headlamps, split grab rail, black alloy wheels, external fuel lid, and front telescopic suspension with 16 mm of higher ground clearance. This special edition of Grazia will be sold across India.