The special edition variant gets two new colour options, exclusive graphics, and Sports Edition badges. Mechanically, the Grazia Sports Edition remains exactly like the standard model
Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) has just launched the Grazia in a Sports Edition avatar. The special edition scooter is priced at Rs 82,584 (ex-showroom Gurugram), which is Rs 1,000 more than standard version with the disc brake. For the additional price you the option of two exclusive paint schemes – Pearl Nightstar Black and Sports Red. Additionally, the Grazia Sports Edition also gets new graphics that make the scooter look sportier.
There is no change in the engine of the Grazia Sports Edition and it continues to be powered by a 124cc single-cylinder fuel injected motor that makes 8.14bhp and 10.3Nm. The Sports Edition is fitted with a disc brake at the front – unlike the standard trim, it doesn’t get the more affordable front drum brake variant. Suspension duties are performed by telescopic forks at the front and a 3-step adjustable hydraulic springs at the back.
Just like the top-end variant of the standard version, the Grazia Sports Edition too comes with LED headlamp, idle start/stop system, a fully digital display and more.
This isn’t the first special edition variant Honda has launched in recent times. In November, Honda brought in the 2020 Dio and the Hornet 2.0 with the Repsol livery. Honda has also recently, launched the 2021 Africa Twin CRF1100L with new colour schemes and a revised price. Follow the link below to read all about it.