In an attempt to boost its presence in the 125cc segment of scooters, Honda has launched a limited edition version of its flagship scooter Grazia. The new Honda Grazia Repsol Edition has been launched in a single variant, and just like the Repsol Edition variants of Dio and Hornet 2.0, this new limited edition variant also gets sporty looking graphics all over.
Variants and Pricing
The new Honda Grazia Repsol Edition has been priced at Rs 86,174 (ex-showroom, Delhi), and is based on the top-spec Disc variant of the regular Grazia. The price of the Honda Grazia Repsol Edition makes it Rs 460 more expensive than the regular Grazia on which it is based.
Like the Repsol Edition variants of Dio and Hornet, the Honda Grazia Repsol Edition also gets a colourful livery and bold graphics, which are on the same lines as that of the Honda RC-213V MotoGP edition motorcycle. The livery consist of four colours white, black, red and orange. The side edges of the front apron have bold ‘Repsol’ badges, while the body panels under the floor come with ‘Honda’ badges on them. The five-spoke alloy wheels are painted in orange, instead of black-coloured ones in the regular Grazia.
These cosmetic changes do make the Grazia look a bit louder when compared to the regular version. However, for those who love to stand out from the crowd, the Repsol Edition is something to watch out for.
Apart from the new colour scheme and graphics, the Honda Grazia Repsol Edition is the same scooter as the disc-brake equipped version of the Grazia. The scooter is powered by a four-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled, 123.97cc engine, which pumps out 8.14 bhp @ 6,000 rpm of maximum power and 10.3 Nm @ 5,000 rpm of maximum torque. The scooter gets a suspension setup of hydraulic telescopic forks at the front and a single-sided hydraulic coil spring at the back. The scooter rides on a 12-inch front wheel and a 10-inch rear wheel, both of which get tubeless tyres. For the braking system, the Honda Grazia Repsol Edition gets a 190mm disc at the front and a 130mm drum at the rear.
The equipment list of the Honda Grazia Repsol Edition includes full LED headlamps and tail lamps, LED positioning lamps, fully digital two-part instrument console, alloy wheels, side-stand engine cut-off, external fuel filler, front storage spaces on the apron, idling start-stop system and multi-functional ignition keyhole.
It is still not clear that will the Honda Grazia Repsol Edition be available for a limited period or will continue to be on sale as the range-topping variant of the Grazia. The Honda Grazia Repsol Edition is positioned against a range of premium and sporty 125cc scooters like TVS Ntorq, Hero Maestro Edge 125, Aprilia SR 125 and Suzuki Burgman Street.