The TVS Jupiter is the second best selling scooter currently on sale in India. A combination of understated looks with multiple colour options, a frugal 109.7cc engine that returns a mileage of 62km/l have made it an extremely popular choice for commuters.
The Honda Dio was the original trendsetter for the young scooter rider in India and was first seen in India in 2001. In 2018, Honda launched the new Dio which received several updates such as LED headlight, digital instrument cluster and new colours. The Dio uses the same 109.2cc engine that powers the Activa and returns a mileage of 60km/l.
The Hero Maestro Edge is one of the first vehicles to roll out from Hero post the death of its joint-venture with Honda. The Hero Maestro is powered by a 110.9cc engine that returns a claimed mileage of 65km/l and comes packed with features like an external fuel filler cap and an immobiliser to ensure the scooter remains safe from thieving miscreants.
The TVS Zest 110 is an upgraded version of the TVS Scooty. The scooter sports a simple-design with blacked out wheels and an analogue instrument cluster. The Zest features 19-litres of underseat storage, LED light for storage, and a USB smartphone charger. The Zest 110 is powered by an air-cooled, 109.7cc engine producing 7.88bhp and 8.4Nm of torque.