In India, the Honda Grazia was temporarily discontinued. The 125 cc Honda scooter has been removed from the official website of the company.
The Honda Grazia was launched in March 2019 and is still a very fresh model. The discontinuation is only temporary in all likeliness. Until an update to the BS6 is available. Honda has already announced the completion of its BS6 transition. And so it is fair to conclude that the BS6 Grazia’s production has started. And so that its launch will take place shortly after the dealerships begin to receive the stock.
The Honda Grazia was one of the segment’s stylish electric scooters. It comes with an impressive front end. With Full-LED headlight built on the apron and wide side turn indicators. The sharp lines on the scooter’s body panels add a sporty touch. The Honda Grazia also comes with Eco Speed Indicator. A fully digital instrument console. The Grazia has a front glove box with an optional USB charger. And so a large 18-liter under-seat storage area as far as practicality is concerned.
The Honda Grazia uses a carburetted 124.9 cc single-cylinder engine. This is a mill compatible with BS4. The engine produces 8.52 bhp at 6,500 rpm, and 5,000 rpm at 10.54 Nm. Grazia’s suspension system comprises a pair of traditional rear suspension-adjustable 2- and 3-step telescopic forks. So, the braking originates from an optional front disc brake of 190 mm and a rear 130 mm drum brake. The standard CBS (Combined Braking System) is.
The Honda Grazia has become one of its segment’s most trendy electric scooters.
Honda was one of India’s first two-wheeler manufacturers to begin marketing goods that conformed to BS6. Not all Honda products did make it into the modern greener era, though. The Honda CBR 250R, for example, which initially a BS3 platform and updated to BS4 in 2018, no longer a member of Honda’s lineup.