The BS6 compliant version of the Honda Grazia has finally arrived in Nepal. Syakar Trading Company Pvt. Ltd, the authorized distributor for Honda two-wheelers in Nepal, has launched two variants of the most-awaited Grazia, and announced their official price here.
Honda Grazia BS6 overview
The new Grazia not only sees upgrades on the engine but also has upgraded features to enhance the overall style and rider comfort. The design is sportier than before, and distinctly features sharp edges. The front fascia has a redesigned LED DC headlamp and new LED DRLs, which look similar to that of the Dio. The handlebar cowl has also been tweaked a little with sharper lines and edges. The sharp edges continue to the sides and the rear of the scooter as well. The rear tail lamp has been refashioned as a jet-inspired bold design.
There are fresh features added to the scooter to up the convenience factor. A new fully digital instrument cluster, which now comes as a twin-pod setup, provides a plethora of indications such as distance to empty, average fuel efficiency, and real-time fuel efficiency. The panel also features a speedometer, tachometer, an odometer, sidelight indicators, engine light, and fuel-level indicator. The scooter has an integrated engine start/stop switch, integrated headlamp beam and passing switch, and a multi-function switch for unlocking the seat and external fuel lid. The underseat storage and glove box are more voluminous, and users can easily fit in a can of juice, keys, and phone in the latter compartment.
Powering the new Grazia is the same engine used in the BS6 Activa 125: a 124cc fuel-injected BS6 engine. The BSC is Honda’s trusted 125cc PGM-FI HET (Honda Eco Technology) fan-cooled engine, which is boosted by Enhanced Smart Power (eSP) that generates a maximum power of 8.14 bhp at 6000 rpm and a maximum torque of 10.3 Nm at 5000 rpm. The scooter has 5.3 litres of fuel capacity and provides a range of 35-40 km.
Suspension and brake
Suspension is handled by a telescopic hydraulic fork on the front and a 3-step adjustable spring loaded hydraulic shock absorber on the back. Similarly, the scooter comes with a 12-inch black alloy wheel on the front and a 10-inch black alloy wheel on the rear. In the standard variant, braking duties, integrated with the CBS (Combi-Brake System), are handled by drum brakes on both wheels, while the deluxe variant has a disc brake on the front and a drum brake at the rear.
The dimensions of the new Grazia measure 1829mm in length, 707mm in width, and 1167 mm in height. The wheelbase is 1260 mm; the kerb weight is 108 kg; the seat length is 708 mm; and the ground clearance has been increased by 16 mm to total 171 mm. The colour options on the scooter are Matte Cyber Yellow, Pearl Spartan Red, Pearl Siren Blue, and Matte Axis Grey.
The BS6 Honda Grazia 125 will provide stiff competition to the Hero Maestro Edge, Yamaha Ray ZR, TVS Ntorq 125, Aprilia SR 125, and Suzuki Burgman Street 125.
|Ground clearance||171 mm|
|Kerb weight||108 kg|
|Seat length||708 mm|
|Fuel tank capacity||5.3 litres|
|Engine type||Fan cooled, 4-stroke, SI engine|
|Max engine output||6.07 kW at 6000 rpm|
|Max torque||10.3 Nm at 5000 rpm|
|Bore x stroke||50.0 x 63.1 mm|
|Air filter type||Viscous paper filter|
|Clutch type||Automatic (V-matic)|
|Tyre size (front)||90/90-12 54J|
|Tyre size (rear)||90/100-10 53J|
|Tyre type (front)||Tubeless|
|Tyre type (rear)||Tubeless|
|Brake type and size (front)||Disc-190 mm|
|Brake type and size (rear)||Drum-130 mm|
|Rear suspension||3 step adjustable, spring-loaded hydraulic type|
|Under Seat Storage Capacity||18 litres|
|Battery||12V, 5.0 Ah|
Honda Grazia BS6 price in Nepal
The price for the Honda Grazia BS6 model in Nepal is Rs 2,69,900 for the Standard variant and Rs 2,89,900 for the Deluxe variant.
|Honda Grazia||Price in Nepal|
|Standard variant||Rs 2,69,900|
|Deluxe variant||Rs 2,89,900|
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