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The SR 125 feels sporty but isn't comfortable for those of an average height.
Grazia's riding position is conservative, but the handlebar fouls with your knees during turns.
The Ntorq 125's seat is the comfiest of the three although the riding position could be sportier.
SR 125's exhaust sounds nice but could do with a visual makeover.
SR's disc offers excellent bite. Front suspension makes for a bone-jarring ride, though.
The SR's 14-inch alloys look the part, and aid stability and cornering potential.
SR 125's seat is narrow and least comfortable as compared to the other scooters here.
Large wheels and the largest fuel tank (7 litres) mean the SR 125 gets the narrowest boot.
Ntorq’s exhaust sounds as racy as its looks suggest.
Ntorq 125's braking is good but lacks feel at the levers. Telescopic fork is brilliant!
Engine-kill switch on the Ntorq a great addition; note oddly tiny switchgear, though.
Ntorq's digital instrument cluster is packed to the gills with features - some a bit gimmicky.
Neatly integrated USB charger and stowage bin light on the TVS Ntorq 125.
Ntorq gets smart 12-inch alloys at either end; suspension is the best on a scooter by a mile!
Soft seat on the Ntorq is roomy, well-finished.
Generous underseat storage area on the Ntorq 125.
Grazia's exhaust looks - and sounds - conservative.
Impressive braking on the Grazia boosted by the CBS (combined braking system).
Digital meter on the Grazia is simpler than the Ntorq's, features a tachometer.
Grazia's ride quality is good for most road condition but not as plush as the Ntorq's.
Dio-sourced seat on the Grazia is roomy, but could offer more comfort.
Underseat storage area on the Grazia is decent - nothing to write home about.
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