With the introduction of the refreshed 2020 Honda Grazia BS6, HMSI is done with its 125cc scooter portfolio. Now it will likely concentrate on the rest of the 110s. The Honda Grazia BS6 is a whole lot expensive than the BS4 model but packs in goodies like a dual-pane digital instrument cluster, silent starter, side stand inhibitor and economy graph. Its closest competitor happens to be the TVS NTorq BS6. The Ntorq is available in three variants and like the Grazia, also has a lower spec front drum version. However, the TVS NTorq BS6 has got a lot of detailed information on its digital instrument console including a lap timer. It also has an engine kill switch and a sportier grunt from the exhaust.
TVS offers a five year standard warranty with this scooter while HMSI goes ahead and brings in an optional six year warranty. Overall, while the Grazia is the newer product, the TVS Ntorq has got the price, performance and standard features advantage on its side. We will happily recommend the TVS to anyone, based on the price and value-for-money proposition.
|Type||Single cylinder, fan cooled||Single cylinder, air cooled|
|Valvetrain||2 valves||3 valves|
|Fuel tank capacity||5.3 litres||5.8 litres|
|Kerb weight (kg)||108||118|
|Rear||3 Step adjustable|
Spring Loaded Hydraulic Type
with Hydraulic Dampers
|Front||190mm disc||220mm disc|
|Rear||130mm drum||130mm drum|
|Price (ex-Mumbai)||Rs. 82,221||Rs. 75,247|