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The Indian two-wheeler market is growing at a rapid pace. Earlier this year, Indian scooter market overtook the Chinese market in terms of yearly sales. The booming sales have been seen in both bikes and scooters in India. However, the scooter market is expanding explicitly in India. All the scooters available in India are now gearless. They provide a sense of freedom and are much relaxing to ride too. Automatic scooters, which once were only seen as the vehicle for females have grown up the market and have become much masculine. We bring you top ten best scooters from India, which you can buy right now.
Honda Activa has become the most popular name in the scooter market. The Honda Activa is the highest selling scooter in India with monthly sales reaching over a lakh unit. The Activa 4G was launched as an update to the Activa 3G earlier this year in February. The Activa 4G looks extremely practical and has high functionality. Honda two wheeler may have remained conservative with the design of the Activa; it does not look outdated, to say the least. The Honda Activa 4G gets tweaked headlamp cluster that looks more butch.
The scooter also gets faux air vents placed at the centre of the front apron instead of the horizontal ones that came in the previous model. The Activa is a familiar face in the market that can get lost in the crowd easily. The scooter misses out on bold styling, but it sure comes with tried and tested engine. The Activa 4G is extremely reliable and is powered by a 109.19cc single-cylinder engine that develops a maximum power of 8 Bhp at 7,000 rpm and 9 Nm of torque at 7,000 rpm. It is one of the best scooter in India.
Even though a lot of people do not venture into the 125cc scooter segment in India, the Activa 125cc is selling like hot cakes. The Activa 125 comes with a lot of design changes that make it different from the regular Activa 4G. The Activa 125 gets a telescopic suspension and 12-inch alloy wheels that really jacks up the look of the scooter. Honda 2 wheelers also offer disc brake variant of the Activa 125 in the market.
The Activa 125 is powered by 124cc, air-cooled, BS IV compliant engine that churns out a maximum power of 8.5 Bhp at 6,000 rpm and 10.5 Nm at 6,500 rpm. The Honda Activa 125 is very balanced to ride. It is surprisingly in the top ten list of largest selling scooter and one of the best 125cc scooter in India too. It is preferred for its comfortable riding position and the performance it comes with.
The TVS Jupiter has been around for a long time now. TVS launched the Jupiter to take on the likes of the Honda Activa, and the scooter has become India’s second best selling scooter. The Jupiter has quite a presence on the road because of its bulbous body shape.
The scooter also comes with a lot of features, for example, the fuel cap is accessible without lifting the seat. There is a hook in the front apron to hang all any bags. There is ample of under seat storage, and it can easily fit a single, half-face helmet. The TVS Jupiter scooter also gets a rear brake lock that prevents the scooter from rolling off if parked on steep inclines. There is also a USB port.
The Jupiter is one of the favorites among the youngsters because it also offers 12-inch alloy wheels and optional disc brake, which is quite sporty. The scooter also gets a headlight pass switch.
TVS bikes power the Jupiter with a 109cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that produces a maximum power of 8 Bhp and 8 Nm. It has an ARAI claimed fuel efficiency of 62 km/l, which makes it very efficient.
It has been two years since Hero Bike launched the Maestro Edge and the scooter has gained quite a popularity in the market. Hero, the largest motorcycle maker in India, wanted to take on Honda Activa, which is the largest selling scooter in India with the Maestro Edge.
The Maestro Edge is Hero’s first scooter that the brand has built from the ground up, and Hero targets the male customers with the new set of wheels. The Maestro Edge looks very sharp and muscular. The design is quite bulky than Hero Duet, on which it is based. The Maestro Edge comes with a few unique features like dual tone rear view mirrors, part-analog - part digital speedometer console, which also has service reminder and side stand indicator. The ignition key has a microchip for security reasons, and the seat, fuel lid can be opened remotely. The scooter gets a mobile charging socket, boot light, and segment leading 22-litres of space.
The Maestro Edge is powered by 110cc air-cooled, four-stroke, single-cylinder engine that produces a maximum power of 8.2 Bhp and peak torque of 8.3 Nm. The engine has been developed in-house too.
The Suzuki Access is the company’s largest selling scooter model in India. Suzuki bike India launched the second-generation of the scooter in December 2016. The Access is designed to be sleek and well-toned. It does not have any out of place bulges, and the body design is quite clean. Few bits of chrome and clear turn indicators make the Access look quite premium. The 125cc scooter also gets a few smart design bits like ignition slot doubling up as a remote release for the boot, bigger front pocket, and a mobile charger, which is available as an add-on accessory. The console is hybrid analogue and digital with a big speedometer. There is a smaller LCD that shows various information like an odometer, trip meter and fuel level of the scooter.
The scooter is powered by a 124cc single cylinder engine that produces a maximum power of 8.6 Bhp and maximum torque of 10.2 Nm. The scooter gets a 12-inch front wheel with a telescopic fork that gives it a very comfortable riding nature. The Access goes head on head against the Activa 125 in the market.
The Honda Dio looks funky and very youthful. The current generation of the Dio was launched in 2012, and since then, Honda two wheelers has not tweaked much with the scooter. The scooter gets a large headlamp mounted on the very curvy front apron. The large apron mounted headlamp gives it a unique identity in the market. In the latest 2017 model, the Dio gets whole new front end with LED lamps.
The sporty looking Dio gets faux air intakes on the side. The intakes get carbon fiber finish that can also be seen under the pillion footpegs. The Dio looks very upmarket as compared to the other models in the segment. The taillamp cluster is also quite big and has a lot of transparent areas. The Dio also gets funky looking instrument cluster, but it misses out on the fuel gauge, which is extremely important.
The Dio is powered by a 109.2cc engine from the Activa. It gets the Honda Eco Technology (HET) and belts out a maximum power of 8 Bhp and 9 Nm of peak torque. The Dio comes with ARAI certified fuel efficiency of 62 km/l. This is the cheapest scooter in all top 10 scooters
Yamaha bikes launched the Fascino in 2015. The contemporary looking scooter still looks quite fresh in the market. The Fascino looks more like Italian than Japanese. The scooter gets a retro design with smooth flowing lines and heavy use of chrome. The Fascino looks quite attractive from the rear too. There is a sharply angled tail lamp. The angular body of the Fascino also makes it very attractive. Continuing the retro look, the Fascino gets an analogue console too. The simple console gets speedometer, odometer, fuel gauge and turns indicator lamps.
The Fascino comes with a lot of smart space to keep your small stuff. The Fascino is powered by 113cc, air-cooled engine. The single-cylinder engine with Blue Core technology generates a maximum power of 7.1 Bhp and 8.1 Nm of peak torque. As always, the Fascino has one of the smoothest engines in the segment.
The TVS Scooty has given the pseudo name “Scotty” to all the Indian gearless scooters. The Scooty Zest 110 takes the legacy forward. TVS launched the Scooty Zest in 2014, and since then, the scooter did not receive any major update.
The Scooty Zest 110 is targeted at the female riders. The compact scooter gets a lot of space between the seat and the handlebar. It also gets 19-litre of under seat storage. TVS uses LED lamps for lightweight and greater visibility,
The Zest is powered by a 109.7cc engine that produces a maximum power of 7.9 Bhp at 7,500 rpm and 8.4 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm. The air-cooled engine delivers a maximum of 62 km/l TVS also offers a special “Himalayan Edition” of the Zest 110 after one of the riders took it to the world’s highest motorable road - Khardung La.
It is the cheapest Aprilia bike that you can buy in India, and it is selling like hot cakes in the country. The Aprilia SR150 looks extremely sharp and stylish. It is easily the best looking scooter in India right now. The front apron gets a beak-like mudguard with sharp and slim headlamps. The scooter comes with 120/70 profile 14-inch tires that give it a muscular look. The Aprilia SR150 is great to look at and gets sporty decals all over the body. The rear of the scooter gets a pointed tail lamp with a split grab-rails adding to the sportiness. The scooter comes with analog design cluster, and an optional side stand. For riding at night, the scooter gets a high-beam pass switch. The Aprilia SR150 looked extremely stylish with a huge headlamp on the apron and blacked out area on the handlebar.
The 150cc scooter is powered by a 154.4cc engine that generates a maximum power of 11.4 Bhp and 11.5 Nm of peak torque. The scooter gets dual piston disc brake at the front while the rear is taken care by a 140mm drum brake.
Piaggio Vespa SXL
The true Italian brand made its comeback into the Indian two-wheeler market with the launch of Vespa scooter.There are now many Vespa scooters available in India, but we chose the SXL because it truly gives an iconic feel with its rectangular headlamp. The metallic body of the scooter gets a heavy crease on the apron to show the muscular built. The headlamp unit gets thick chrome strip that makes it look extremely premium.
The SXL also gets 5-spoke blacked out alloy wheels that make the scooter look even better.
Even though the scooter looks retro, it gets advanced features like hybrid instrument cluster with analog speedometer but digital fuel gauge. The scooter gets front disc brakes.
The 150cc scooter Vespa SXL 150 is powered by a 150cc engine that produces a maximum of 11.6 Bhp and 11.5 Nm. The power is transmitted to the rear wheel through a CVT box.
This is the list of Top 10 "Best Scooters in India 2017" or top 10 best scooty in India.
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