Honda Grazia has finally hit the Indian market. The two-wheeler has got a sporty and stylish look with a fuel-efficient engine, a perfect combination to meet the Indian urban standards. Basically, it is an improvised version of the Activa, which is already a flourishing two-wheeler in the Indian market.

The scooter comes in six colours and three variants. The colours are Metallic Orange, Gloss Black, Red, White, Metallic Grey and Metallic Blue, while the variants are – Honda Grazia Standard, Honda Grazia Alloy, and Honda Grazia Deluxe.

If you are planning to get your hands on the all new Honda Grazia and not sure which variant you should be buying, here are some points that will help you decide. But before we begin, let’s have look on what all the Grazia has to offer.

Designing and features

Talking about the design, the Honda Grazia has got a great design and looks, and can easily be termed as the best-looking scooter at this price range. Dual led headlamps mounted at the front give it a sporty look. It has got 12-inch front wheel with telescopic front suspension. The weight balance of this scooter is excellent. Just like the Activa, it also gets Honda’s CBS (combi-braking system) which offers a better stability while braking.

Engine specifications 

The Honda Grazia has the same engine as the Activa 125 cc. That means, you are getting the same air-cooled engine with 125cc capacity. The engine has a maximum power of 8.5 bhp at 6500 rpm and a peak torque of 10.5 Nm at 5000 rpm. The 125 cc scooter delivers an excellent mileage of 60 kmpl.

Honda Grazia variants

You can find all about the variant details on Autoportal.com. The base variant, Honda Grazia Standard is priced at Rs 57,897 (ex-showroom, Delhi).This variant comes with spoke wheels and drum brakes. The wheels look a bit outdated.

The next variant is Grazia Alloy, which comes with alloy wheels and drum brakes. It looks better than the base variant, obviously, thanks to the alloy wheels. The Honda Grazia price for Alloy variant is Rs 59,827 (ex-showroom, Delhi).

The top-end variant, Honda Grazia Deluxe gets alloy wheels along with the disc brake at the front. The addition of disc brake definitely results in a safer ride, but for this top variant, you will have to spend Rs 62,269 (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Overall, the Honda Grazia is a great deal for the potential Indian two-wheeler buyers. There’s a significant price difference between the basic and top variants. But, you get alloy wheels and disc brake, which seem to be good additions for a few extra grand. So if you don’t mind paying a few thousands extra, go for the top variant.