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The new Honda Grazia 125 is here and brings a lot of updates with it. Some of the highlights include an idle start-stop system, a newly updated ACG starter motor, like in the Activa, for jolt-free starts, and a new digital instrument cluster.

It looks sharper than its predecessor, too, right from the sleek LED split-headlamps to its reprofiled tail-lights. You can see some resemblance to the other Honda scooters from the LED DRL’s design and positioning, but overall, the Grazia 125 looks sharp. One handy feature is the flick switch that can open the fuel lid or unlock the seat, which will make refuelling and storing items under the seat a breeze.

The ground clearance of the Grazia 125 is up by 16 mm which, coupled with a telescopic fork up front, gives you a much softer riding experience. On the mechanical front though, there seems no update except for its 124cc engine being BS6 compliant. The Grazia 125 makes 8.14 bhp@6000 rpm and 1.05 kgm@5000 rpm. It will be available in two variants — Standard and Deluxe.

For now, Honda has only revealed the price for the Standard variant which is Rs 73,336, ex-showroom, Gurugram. It will be available in four colourways, the Matte Cyber Yellow being the latest addition.