1 . Honda Activa 6G
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Finally, Honda has given the Activa a set of telescopic front suspension and an external fuel filler cap for added convenience. The new Honda Activa 6G is a much better scooter than it was ever before.
Powering the Honda Activa 6G is a tried-and-tested 110cc unit that is now BS6 compliant and comes with Fuel-Injection. The engine produces 7.68 bhp at 8,000rpm and 8.79Nm of torque at 5,250rpm.
No other scooter even comes close to Activa’s sales number. It is this trust people have on Activa that gets it the top spot today.
2 . OLA Series S
Range has always been an issue with electric scooters. With 181 km range, Ola Electric throws range anxiety out of the window.
To support this range, Ola S1 Pro uses a large 3.97kWh battery pack, and the 11.39 bhp motor produces a car-like 58Nm torque.
These are not the only reasons to keep Ola S1 Pro on the second spot, the scooter is packed with advanced and nifty features like Cruise Control, 4G connectivity, Reverse mode, a carnivorous 50L underseat storage etc.
3 . Suzuki Access 125
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The Suzuki Access 125 comes with everything that a family scooter may require. With the BS6 update, the Suzuki Access 125 offers even more features and mileage than before.
However, the party piece of the Suzuki Access 125 has always been its 124cc single-cylinder engine. The engine produces 8.6 bhp at 6,750 rpm and 10Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm.
Despite all this, the Suzuki Access 125 still falls short of Honda Activa 6G in the sales department. For that reason, the Suzuki Access 125 has to settle for the last step on the podium.
4 . TVS Ntorq 125
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If there is any scooter that will egg you to ride faster just by looking, it will be the TVS NTorq 125. The TVS NTorq 125 combines style, practicality, performance, and features like none other.
Speaking of features, TVS NTorq 125 comes with features such as Bluetooth connectivity, an All-Digital instrument console, LED headlamps and many more. The 3-Valve,125cc engine produces 9.25 Bhp at 7,000rpm and 10.5Nm at 5,500rpm.
That being said, TVS NTorq offers everything that you want in a scooter, but it is slightly overstyled with too many flash colours and graphics, hence, TVS NTorq 125 has to settle for the 4th spot.
5 . TVS Jupiter
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TVS Jupiter offers a great family-friendly package. Features like external fuel filling, LED headlamps, 21-litre underseat storage makes it a great buy if you are looking for a no-nonsense scooter in the 110cc segment.
The engine in the TVS Jupiter is now BS6 compliant and produces 7.8 bhp at 7,500rpm and 8.8Nm of torque at 5,500rpm
We could have placed the TVS Jupiter in fourth position but the TVS NTorq 125 marginally pips it by offering more features and performance.
6 . Ather 450X
Ather changed the way we look at electric scooters in India. It’s not flimsy nor is it cheap looking, in fact, it is the opposite of that. If your daily runabout is fixed and you live in a place with Ather dealership, look no further.
The EV offers performance that would even put some 125cc bikes to shame. The 2.9kWh battery pack sends most of its juice to the 8hp and 26Nm electric motor, and the EV has a certified range of 116 km.
For this, the Ather deserves to be at 6th Spot. However, Ather has to up their game in EV as the Ola Electric has Kick-Ass product in its arsenal.
7 . Yamaha Fascino 125
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The highlight of the Yamaha Fascino 125 Fi is the 99kg kerb weight. If Colin Chapman had to choose a scooter, he would choose the Yamaha Fascino 125 Fi.
The reduced weight is clearly visible in the way the scooter handles and performs. Yamaha claims that the scooter is 16% more efficient than its 113cc predecessor. The 125cc engine produces 8.08 bhp at 6,500 rpm and 9.7Nm of torque at 5,000rpm.
Again, the light weight of the scooter meant it is an easy scooter even for the lightly-built people(Girls are just as strong as men.)
8 . Bajaj Chetak
The new Bajaj Chetak is a simple EV with a style statement. If celebrities were to be restricted to come to a red-carpet event in a scooter, the Bajaj Chetak would be the default choice for many.
Powering the Bajaj Chetak is 5.47 bhp electric motor with 16Nm of torque, and the energy is supplied by a 3kWh battery pack.
Bajaj Chetak is the reason why you are not able to see the Vespa on this list. History Repeats?
9 . TVS iQube
TVS iQube offers everything you want in an electric scooter. Its packed with features, offers a decent range, and comes with solid build quality.
TVS claims a maximum range of 75 km on a full charge from its 2.2kWh battery pack, and the electric motor produces a maximum of 5.90 bhp and 33Nm of torque.
10 . Hero Pleasure+ 110
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The new Hero Pleasure is a stylish and affordable 110cc scooter. The scooter does everything that you want from a scooter.
The Fuel-Injected 110cc engine is a strong performer and produces 8 bhp at 7,000rpm and 8.7Nm at 5,500rpm. However, the lack of telescopic front suspension is a sore miss.
It takes our 10th spot because it is a good VFM scooter that you cannot go wrong with.