Honda launched the Grazia as a more premium alternative to the Activa 125 in 2017. The scooter features better quality materials and a very good looking design for the same cause. With the Grazia, Honda aimed at youngsters and urban buyers. It did succeed in pulling buyers to Honda showrooms thanks to its modern styling and rich equipment list. Some of the features on offer include AHO LED headlamps, a fully-digital instrument cluster and a USB mobile charger among others.
The Honda Grazia gets the same 124.9cc air-cooled, 4-stroke single-cylinder engine that does duty on the Activa 125. This engine is mated to a CVT gearbox and develops 8.52 PS of peak power and a peak torque of 10.54 Nm. Moreover, the scooters also comes with the company’s tried and tested Honda Eco Technology (HET) that reduces friction in the engine and also aids in improved fuel efficiency. The Grazia feels very punchy to ride while being pretty fuel efficient. In fact, Honda claims an average of 60 km/l for the Honda Grazia. The Honda Grazia costs between Rs. 61,000/- to Rs. 67,000/- depending on the variant.