The Honda Grazia 125 has been introduced with a new special-edition colour scheme and is positioned at the highest level in the variant vertical. It demands a premium of Rs 1,400 over the equivalent standard model.
Honda two-wheelers India has been known to introduce a few of their motorcycles and scooters with the Repsol Racing colour schemes. Whether it's the Honda Unicorn, CBR 250R, Dio, or Hornet 2.0, most Honda two-wheelers have had a Repsol Edition variant once in their life cycles.
Now, the latest one in Honda’s portfolio to get Repsol Edition cosmetic enhancements is the Grazia 125, which, with the brand’s Repsol racing graphics, has been launched at Rs 87,138 (ex-showroom). The Repsol Edition of the Grazia 125 is based on the disc brake version of the scooter and demands a premium of Rs 1,424.
The Grazia 125 Repsol Edition gets the same body panels and design as the standard scooter. The mechanicals of the scooter are the same as that of the standard model. The engine is a 123.97cc fuel-injected single-cylinder unit, which produces 8.14bhp and 10.3Nm. The feature list includes an idle start-stop system, an all-LED headlamp, and an all-digital instrument cluster.
The price of the entry-level Honda Grazia 125, which features a drum brake setup, starts at Rs 78,389 (ex-showroom). It mainly rivals the TVS Ntorq 125, Yamaha Fascino 125, Hero Maestro Edge 125, and Suzuki Access 125.