Honda Dio 125 vs Grazia
Fun fact – the new Dio 125 looks very similar to the Grazia from the rear profile

Honda Grazia discontinued soon after Dio 125 launch

Honda has removed the Grazia from their official website, which confirms the fact that the scooter is now discontinued. Some dealers also confirmed with us that they haven’t been getting the Grazia stock since April. It is replaced with the recently launched Dio 125 which comes with a starting price of Rs. 83,400/- (ex-showroom).

The Japanese two-wheeler maker might have discontinued the Grazia due to diminishing sales. They have instead reworked the design slightly, added similar features and the same 125cc engine to make the scooter look fresh with a new name.

While the front profile of the Honda Dio 125 is lifted from the Dio 110 with slight tweaks, the rear profile looks exactly the same as the Honda Grazia. Even some of the features like the full digital instrument cluster is ditto.

The visual tweaks on the new Dio 125 also include the redesigned graphics and colour options including Pearl Siren Blue, Pearl Deep Ground Gray, Pearl Night Star Black, Mat Marvel Blue Metallic, Mat Axis Gray Metallic, Mat Sangria Red Metallic and Sports Red.

It also gets the Smart Key with H-Smart technology that the new lot of Honda scooters have got recently. The 125cc engine produces 8.3 PS at 6250 RPM and 10.4 Nm of torque at 5000 RPM.

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