Suzuki Access 125 Vs Honda Grazia Tech Spec, Features And Price Comparison


Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India recently extended its scooter portfolio with the launch of the new Grazia, its latest 125cc offering for the Indian market. But how does the stylish and feature packed Grazia stand against the one of the most liked scooters in the segment, the Suzuki Access 125. We compare the technical specifications of the two scooters to find out which outruns the other on paper.

You can also check out the Honda Grazia video review below:

Suzuki Access 125 Vs Honda Grazia Technical Specifications Comparison

SpecificationsSuzuki Access 125Honda Grazia
Engine Type4-Stroke, 1-Cylinder, Air cooledFan cooled, 4 stroke, SI Engine
Displacement124 cc124.9cc
Bore x Stroke52.5 x 57.4 mm52.4mm x 57.9mm
Power8.7 PS @ 7000 rpm8.6 PS @ 6500 rpm
Torque10.2 Nm @ 5000 rpm10.54 Nm @ 5000 rpm
Starter SystemKick and ElectricKick and Electric
Transmission TypeAutomaticAutomatic
Claimed Fuel Economy64 kmpl60 kmpl
Overall Length1,870 mm1,812 mm
Overall Width655 mm697 mm
Overall Height1,160 mm1,146 mm
Wheelbase1,265 mm1,260 mm
Ground Clearance160 mm155 mm
Seat Height780 mm766 mm
Curb Mass102 kg107kg
WheelsSteel / AlloySteel / Alloy
Fuel Tank5.6 L5.3 L
FrontDrum / DiscDrum / Disc
RearDrumDrum (CBS)
Front90/90 – 12 (Tubeless)90/90-12 (Tubeless)
Rear90/100 – 10 (Tubeless)90/100-10 (Tubeless)
RearSwing armSpring Loaded Hydraulic Type
BatteryMaintenance Free 12V, 3AhMaintenance Free 12V, 3Ah
Headlight12V 35/35WLED
PRICE (Ex-showroom Delhi)
Drum Brake VariantINR 54,419INR 59,827
Disk Brake VariantINR 57,744INR 62,269

Visually, both scooters don unique looks. While the Suzuki Access 125 packs retro styling, the Honda Grazia gets sharp and modern looks. Both scooters feature telescopic front suspension, alloy wheels and an optional front disc brake.

However, the Honda Grazia also comes with a long feature list, some of which are segment first. The all LED headlight, for example, start the list followed by an all-digital instrument console with unique Eco Speed Indicator, front glove box with optional charging port, stylish body coloured pillion grab rails, and a 4-in-1 lock with Seat Switch.

Suzuki Access 125, on the other hand features a chrome surround for the headlight, steel body and fender, a front pocket with charging port (although a not closed box like Honda Grazia) and a one push central lock system.

Both the motorcycle feature a 4 stroke, single cylinder 125cc engine, and deliver near identical performance numbers. So while the Suzuki Access 125 gets 8.7 PS / 10.2 Nm, the Honda Grazia delivers 8.6 PS / 10.54 Nm. However, the Access 125 weighs 5 kilograms less than the Grazia.

With its added features, the Honda Grazia does sport a premium price tag which start from INR 57,897 (steel wheel without disc brake – ex-showroom Delhi). The Suzuki Access 125, on the other hand, can be yours for 57,744 (alloy wheels with disc brake – ex-showroom Delhi) which is quite tempting, if you can live without that LED headlight and closed front storage.

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