The TVS Jupiter is the second highest selling scooter currently on sale in the country. Its no-nonsense design, multiple vibrant colour options and useful features have made the TVS Jupiter popular with both men and women across India. The Jupiter returns a mileage of 62km/l.
The Suzuki Access 125 is one of two offerings from the Japanese automaker’s in the 125cc scooter segment. Its retro-looks and chrome embellishments make it perfect for the rider who wants the retro looks along with a reliable and powerful engine. The Access 125 returns a mileage of 64km/l
The Honda Activa was launched in india in the year 2000 and has ruled the Indian scooter market ever since. Such is the popularity of the third generation of the scooter, it competes with and has beat the Hero Splendor for the crown of the highest selling two-wheeler in India multiple times. The Activa 4G is powered by a 109.2 cc engine that returns a mileage of 61km/l.
The Yamaha Ray-Z is an attractive-looking, light scooter that was earlier targeted at women, but now is more universal. The scooter is powered by a 113cc engine with a maximum power output of 7bhp and a peak torque output of 8Nm.
Launched in April 2014, the Honda Activa 125 was the first 125cc automatic scooter to hit Indian roads. The latest generation of the Activa 125 is the first scooter in India that is compatible with the latest emission norms and also the first to be available with the Automatic Headlight On (AHO) safety feature. The Activa 125 returns a mileage of 54km/l.
The TVS Wego is a practical choice as it features body balance technology, adequate under-seat storage, and a variety of colours to chose from. The Wego is also offered with Sync-Brake System, which engages both brakes when one of the levers is pulled. The TVS Wego is powered by a 110cc, single-cylinder air-cooled engine that makes 8bhp and 8Nm of torque mated to a CVT gearbox. TVS claims a mileage of 70km/l and the Wego weighs 108kg.
The Honda Dio was the scooter the company originally used to target the youth before the Navi came along. The Dio still offers a lot in terms of looks and fun while offering all the conveniences found on a scooter. The Dio returns a mileage of 66km/l.
The Fascino is Yamaha’s take on a retro scooter for India and is targeted at women riders. The Yamaha Fascino’s design and decent price makes it a perfect proposition for a rider looking for a lifestyle scooter. The 113cc engine of the Yamaha Fascino returns a mileage of 66km/l.
The Aprilia SR 150 is the first scooter from the iconic Italian brand in India and is one of just two 150cc scooters currently on sale in India. Targeted at a younger audience, the Aprilia SR150’s engine produces 10.25bhp and 11.4Nm of torque which should send the pulses racing of any scooter riding petrolhead.
The Hero Maestro Edge was one of the first all-new vehicles from Hero following its split from Honda and was launched in India in September 2015. The Maestro Edge is the most premium scooter offering from Hero and comes with features like alloy wheels along with massive under seat storage. The Hero Maestro Edge returns a mileage of 51km/l.