Honda has launched the Grazia 125 Repsol Honda Team Edition at Rs 87,138. This makes it Rs 1424 more expensive than the standard Grazie 125. We have seen these types of special editions from Honda’s stable earlier with the Repsol Editions of the Hornet 2.0 and Dio. Let’s have a quick look at the changes in Repsol Edition than the Standard Grazia 125
It is based on the standard Grazia 125 and for the extra money, you get a livery resembling Honda’s best motorcycle in the world — RC213V. As the name suggests, the Repsol Edition has a three-tone style scheme with orange, white and red colours with its alloy wheels painted in matching orange. Apart from the colours, the scooters also feature ‘Repsol’ logos across the bodywork. And that’s pretty much it! We would have liked a slight bump in the power outputs, though, given its resemblance with the MotoGP bike. Making it a worthy rival to the TVS Ntorq.
The Honda Grazia 125 Repsol Honda Team edition is powered by the same fuel-injected BS6 123.97cc, air-cooled engine which is good enough to produce 8.14bhp at 6000rpm and 10.3Nm at 5000rpm. The engine is mated to Honda’s V-Matic CVT transmission. The chassis hardware is also identical with a telescopic fork setup upfront and a 3-step adjustable suspension at the rear. The braking duties are handled by a 190mm disc upfront whereas the rear uses a 130mm drum.
The equipment list has also been carried over from the standard Grazia 125. So, the Repsol Edition also has Honda’s ACG silent scooter starter. Furthermore, it has a fully digital instrument cluster with an expected range indicator. In terms of creature comforts, it has an external fuel lid and a glove box.
The Honda Grazia 125 Repsol Honda Team Edition is priced at Rs 87,138. Its main rivals are the TVS Ntorq, Yamaha RayZ, and Suzuki Access. But since it is a special edition scooter, pitting the RayZR Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Edition (Rs 81,330 ex-sh) against it would be more apt.