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Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has stopped production of its Aviator and Grazia scooter models. The company has removed the listings from its official website. Both the scooters still have to get BS6 upgrades.
Priced Rs 59,180, the Honda Aviator is powered by a 109.19cc single-cylinder engine that produces 8 brake horsepower and 8.77Nm of torque. The scooter features LED headlamps, a four-in-one locking system, 20-litre under seat storage, a UBS charging port, alloy wheels, telescopic front forks, and Combi-Brake System.
Priced at Rs 63,269 the Honda Grazia is a more premium offering and is powered by a 124.9cc single-cylinder engine that produces 8.52 brake horsepower and 10.54Nm of torque.
The scooter features a fully digital instrument cluster, a glove box at the front, 18-litre under seat storage, and a four-in-one locking system.
While both the scooter models have been removed from the company's website, many in the industry believe that the scooters will get BS6 upgrades and will be listed for sale as well.
The current lock down across the country has forced manufacturers to suspend production and hence delayed the BS6 upgrades for both the scooters.
Starting 1 April this year, no auto manufacturer can sell a BS4 compliant models in the country. The only exception is that the companies can liquidate 10 per cent of the leftover stock once the nation-wide lock down is lifted. As is, there is no information about when Honda will upgrade and launch the Aviator and the Grazia models.
In related news, HMSI recently announced a set of relief measures aimed at helping it dealer-partners in the country.
The relief measures include advance payment of incentives, buy-back of unsold BS4 inventory (in the Delhi-NCR region), reimbursement across sales, service, & spares, and costs for shipping BS4 inventory. To know more, click here.
Thoughts About Honda Unlisting The Aviator And Grazia Models
This is a smart move by Honda. The company obviously cannot sell BS4 models any more and removing the scooters from their website was the way to go. We think both the scooters will receive BS6 upgrades eventually, and will be listed on the company's website again. Unfortunately, no one knows when. Stay tuned, we'll bring you more updates as soon as we hear.