The present scenario of the market reveals that the Indian population has grown up with a lot of interest in the 125cc section of the two-wheeler rides. With these rates of increment of the sales of the two-wheeler section the chief two-wheeler producing companies such as “Suzuki”, “TVS”, and “Honda” has come up with an entirely new range of collection at this 125cc range of scooters. With its entirely new style segment, it is expected that this new set of the locomotive will surely spread an eye-catching deal for all.
The TVS Ntorq is the latest launch for the Japanese leading two-wheeler manufacturers. It reveals that the scooter will be of having the least of in case of designing.bit it is said that it would be quite similar to the design of the Honda Dio. It would be having dual tone color combination, with an attractive head and tail lamps with DRLs and split grab grills. TVS Ntorq has the “Smartxonnet” infotainment system with Bluetooth connectivity, caller ID, last parking location, and navigation assist, etc. It comes with both front and back tubeless wheels and it is priced around Rs 59,687.
The Japanese manufacturer Honda has brought a new model Grazia in the 125cc range scooters. This Grazia comes with an aggressive design and bolder looks. Quite similar to Ntorq it also comes with a dual color combination and split grab grills. With its large tail lamps, it looks quite aggressive. The scooter has USB charging facility and has a front disc brake. Grazia comes with both discs as well as disc brake facility and many more features. It is priced at around Rs 59,622.
SUZUKI BURGMAN STREET 125:
The Suzuki Burgman Street 125 is the solo maxi scooter available at this price point. Its style segment is a bit different from the others because it has a typical Burgman bulky finish with a large windscreen in front and the handsome looking headlamps, as well as the tail lamps, gives it a classy finish. The scooter has a single disc brake in front and the suspensions are provided by the hydraulic shock absorbers. Its 4 stroke engine provides it a torque of 5000 rpm. It is priced at around Rs 68,000.
Reviews and conclusion:
All three scooters are quite similar to each other in terms of specs and features and all of them nearly have the same power as an engine. But looking at the price point the Suzuki Burgman is priced Rs 9,000 higher than Ntorq and Grazia but if looks are one’s highest priority then Burgman is no doubt a good choice but looking on the most number of features the TVS Ntorq provides the most, compared to its price point.
(The reviews are given according to the news released by the sellers)