There's Xerox and photocopying. There's Bisleri and packaged water. And then there's the Activa and the gearless scooter. But, there's also the Access and the 125cc scooter. But now, with the Grazia and the Ntorq, the 125cc gearless scooter field has been thrown wide open. These are both more stylish, better equipped, and promise equally potent – if not better – twist-and-go performance as the Access.
It's been a month since the Grazia has been with me. With over 3000kms done, the scooter has been a part of my daily life, shopping for groceries, riding to work or taking the lady on dates. In this report we will see how Honda’s premium scooter fared in everyday use.
I was thrilled to know that I would be given the keys to the Honda Grazia for a few months. After all, a scooter promises higher fuel efficiency and the luxury of a footboard to carry baggage. I liked how the scooter looked in photos and couldn't wait to see it in person.