The Honda Activa i was introduced in December 2013 and is a lighter and more stylish version of the Activa 3G. The Honda Activa i seems to be targeted at women and is available in the 2 different variants: Regular and Deluxe. The regular variants of the Activa i is available in four different colours: Pearl Trance Yellow, Pearl Brilliant White, Candy Jazzy Blue, and Black. The Deluxe variant comes in three colours: Imperial Red Metallic, Orchid Purple Metallic and Pearl Brilliant White.
The Honda Activa has been the King of Scooters in India for over 15 years and thanks to its mostly unchanged styling over the years, it is also one of the most recognisable scooters on the roads today. The Honda Activa 3G is powered by a 109.2cc Honda Eco Technology (HET) engine that returns a mileage of 60km/l.
The Wego is the more youthful scooter offering from TVS in the 110cc segment. The TVS Wego is featured packed and comes with a digital instrument cluster, external fuel filler cap and a front disc brake as an option. The peppy 109.7 engine of the Wego loves to rev and is frugal as well delivering a mileage of 62km/l.
The Fascino is the scooter of choice in the 110cc segment for those who have embraced the neo-retro design revolution. Powering the curvaceous scooter is an 113cc single cylinder engine producing 7bhp and 8.1Nm of torque that returns a class-leading mileage of 66km/l.
The Honda Dio was the original trendsetter for the young scooter rider in India and was first seen in India in 2001. In 2012, Honda revealed the new Dio which received afull blown design change to ensured it retained its coolness factor. 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 Suzuki Let's is the specs-king of the 110c scooter segment. The Lets is powered by a 112.8cc engine that produces 8.58bhp and 9Nm of torque while returning a mileage of 64km/l thanks to a kerb weight of just 98 kilograms. The dual tone colours and the race inspired graphics of the Let's combined with its power make it the perfect scooter for the power crazed 110cc scooter rider.
The Honda Navi is probably the quirkiest vehicle on the Indian roads today, The Navi features the form factor of a motorcycle with the gearless convenience of an automatic scooter and draws attention wherever it goes. The Honda Navi is also available with a whole host of customization options including the adventure and chrome kits.
The Mahindra Gusto is powered by a 109.6cc engine producing 8.0bhp and 9Nm of torque which returns a mileage of 61km/l. The Mahindra Gusto comes with numerous features like a height-adjustable seat, find me and guide lights and the quick storage cubby hole up front have made it a very attractive proposition to customers.