Best Scooter in India 2021 Updated: Pricing & Features

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Best Scooter in India 2021 is here. It all began with the successive launch of Honda Activa back in 2001, where the emergence of automatic scooters started in India. The entire scooter sales have been rapidly growing. At present, the prospective customers of scooter are provided with multiple choices by all of the major two-wheeler manufacturer which offer different models to these customers. Clearly, these automatic scooters are going to stay and will remain to be constantly favoured by the customers living in towns and cities all over India.

If you intend to buy a scooter but are confused about many options, this review is for you. In recent times a lot of brands have come up with some suitable scooters in this price range. But, as there are plenty of options available, it becomes challenging to pick the best. So, let’s compare the best scooter prices in India available in the market.

1. TVS Ntorq 125

tvs ntorq 125

The TVS Ntorq 125 was propelled in India as the first premium scooter contribution from the Indian manufacturer. The scooter acquires its design cues from the Graphite concept showcased by TVS at the 2016 Auto Expo. That of a stealth fighter aircraft has inspired the styling on the TVS Ntorq 125. The Ntorq 125 scooter highlights sharp lines with an overall dynamic design and a chiselled front apron. The bike’s rear emphasises a panel designed to replicate the exhaust system, making it instantly recognisable. The TVS Ntorq is the original 125cc scooter present from the Indian brand. A 124.5cc CVTi, Revv unit powers the scooter. The single-cylinder air-cooled engine produces 9.27bhp and 10.4Nm of torque. The TVS Ntorq 125 is also the most agile accelerating scooter in its segment. The company professes a top speed of 95km/h for the Ntorq 125. Acceleration on the Ntorq is rather sharp, with the 0 – 60km/h run being clocked in seven seconds. Estimated Price ranges from Rs.71,095 – Rs.83,275

2. Suzuki Burgman Street

Suzuki Burgman Street
Best Scooter in India 2021

The Suzuki Burgman Street is a prime 125cc scooter. The globally sold Burgman series have inspired it with a maxi-scooter design. Burgman Street highlights a muscular front apron with an integrated LED headlight and turn indicators. The scooter also receives a windscreen complementing the overall styling. Suzuki Burgman Street emphasises a unique handlebar design inspired by the European design philosophy. The side profile of the scooter highlights a stubby exhaust muffler with the Burgman Street branding. The rear end of the scooter is svelte and stars a stylish LED tail lamp. The Suzuki Burgman Street draws strength from a 125cc air-cooled, single-cylinder engine that generates 10.2Nm of torque 5,000 rpm and 8.5bhp 7,000 rpm. The engine is a CVT gearbox. The machine is refined and smooth and delivers a punchy performance. Burgman Street is an elegant scooter despite the enormous proportions and handles the urban status with utmost ease. The comfortable seating posture appends to the overall performance of the scooter. The Suzuki Burgman Street has a SEP (Suzuki Eco Performance) technology that delivers an improved fuel economy. The scooter delivers an average mileage of 50km/l under reasonable riding conditions. Ex-Showroom Price of Model with Bluetooth  is Rs.89,471.00  

3. Honda Grazia

Honda Grazia

The Honda Grazia 125 is strengthened by a 124cc fuel-injected single-cylinder motor that generates 8.25PS at 6,000rpm and 10.3Nm at 5,000rpm. It is the same engine seen on the Activa 125. However, it provides less power than the Activa. It receives telescopic forks at the front and a mono-shock at the rear. The Sports Edition and the Deluxe variant get the disc brake at the front, while the standard variant gets drum brakes at both ends. The Honda Grazia 125 brings a more distinctive styling in the BS6 iteration. It receives a new, redesigned headlight and ‘jet-inspired tail light. The bodywork highlights subtle changes related to the BS4 model. The Honda Grazia 125 gets an LED headlight coupled with LED DRL. It also features an entirely digital instrument console that houses a tachometer, 3-step eco indicator, and a mileage indicator apart from the regular trove of information. The majority of the features are shared with the Activa 125, including the multifunction key, integrated pass switch, ACG silent starter, and the Idling Stop System. Honda Grazia 125 Sports Edition is available at Rs 82,564 (ex-showroom Gurugram).

4. TVS Jupiter

tvs jupiter
Best Scooter in India 2021

TVS Jupiter BS-VI with ETFi technology (Eco Thrust Fuel injection) is powered by a 109.7 cc air-cooled engine, which produces 8.4 Nm of power. It has a fuel tank of 6 L and the most extensive wheelbase of 1275 mm in the industry, along with a best-in-class 1-step external fuel fill system. With advanced ETFi technology, you get 15% more mileage with smooth ride quality. TVS Jupiter starts at Rs 64,437 and goes up to Rs 73,737 (ex-showroom, Delhi). It is available in five variants.

5. Honda Activa

Honda Activa

It is not just the largest selling scooter in India but also the largest selling two-wheeler. Its 4th generation model complies with Bharat Stage IV emission norms and also comes with auto-headlamp feature as well. At present, there are three models from Activa family on sale in India which are Activa I, Activa 4G and Active 125. Honda Activa 125 possesses a 124 cc engine to give power. The Honda Activa 125 engine generates a force of 8.29 PS @ 6500 rpm and a torque of 10.3 Nm @ 5000 rpm. The claimed mileage of Activa 125 is 51.23 km per litre. Honda Activa 125 gets Drum brakes in the front and rear. The kerb weight of Activa 125 is 111 Kg. Honda Activa 125 has Tubeless Tyre and Alloy Wheels.

6. Hero Maestro Edge 125

Hero Maestro Edge
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Hero’s trusty 125cc family scooter hasn’t gained much of an update since the launch of the Stealth Edition in October 2020. The 124.6cc fuel-injected air-cooled motor makes 9.12PS and 10.4Nm, 0.2Nm more than the BS4 Fi mill and 0.12PS less. The foundations are comparatively simple. A single hydraulic shock absorber and a telescopic fork suspend the under-bone frame. It operates on 12-/10-inch alloy wheels shod beside tubeless tyres. One can either opt for a disc brake at the front or a drum, but the rear drum brake remains standard on all trims. Hero allows the Maestro Edge 125 in three alternatives: front disc, standard, and Stealth Black. Prices have increased over time, with the asking cost now starting from Rs 70,850 for the base model. The cost of Hero Maestro Edge 125 begins at Rs. 70,850 up to Rs. 74,350.

7. Suzuki Access

Suzuki Access

Suzuki Access 125 has an engine powered by a 124 cc. This Access 125 engine generates a power of 8.7 PS @ 6750 rpm and a torque of 10 Nm @ 5500 rpm. The claimed mileage of Access 125 is 57.2 2 km per litre. Suzuki Access 125 receives Drum brakes in the front and rear. The kerb weight of Access 125 is 103 Kg. Suzuki Access 125 holds Tubeless Tyre and Cast Alloy Wheels.

8. Yamaha Fascino

Yamaha Fascino
Best Scooter in India 2021

Yamaha has created shockwaves by entering the 125cc scooter segment unexpectedly with the all-new -compliant Fascino 125 Fi. It discontinued the 110cc scooter lineup, assumedly because it was not feasible to meet the norms sans significantly driving up the overall costs. It is the flagship scooter. Despite capturing the late entrant to this Indian market of scooters, this Japanese manufacturer convincingly reserved the 110cc scooter segment. The Yamaha Fascino has been rising as a strong product in the 110cc gearless scooter section in India. Fascino has become the strong scooter attributed to its enthralling looks, decent pricing and humble performance. Yamaha Fascino is available at Rs. 54,593 (Delhi ex-showroom).

9. TVS Scooty Zest

TVS Scooty Zest

While Jupiter is directed towards a broad range of audiences, this scooter is targeted towards female customers with its lightweight material and trendy styling. It has the identical engine that Jupiter has, and it comes with the same mileage of 62 kmpl. It doesn’t have the wide range of features that Jupiter has, but it is well-equipped & agile and a well-balanced scooter when it comes down to approach. It comes in two alternatives where the standard variant is priced at INR 46,538 while the matte series is priced at INR 48,038 ex-showroom, Delhi.

10. Aprilia SR 150

Aprilia SR 150
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Aprilia’s flagship bike gets increased displacement to go along with the new name – SR 160. Typically, the SR 160’s additional displacement issues in a bump in power (11PS), 0.94PS more than the BS4 model. However, the price hike is around Rs 17,000 to Rs 21,000, which is a bit too steep, mainly compared to other manufacturers. As for the BS4 Aprilia, SR 150 was last updated with an all-new semi-digital instrument console, which substitutes the old analogue unit. In addition, the console comes with warning lights, which include an oil change reminder and a low-fuel indicator. Apart from this, the SR 150 also packs a USB phone charger in the under-seat storage bin as standard. The scooter also receives the ‘Aprilia Connect’ app, which allows navigation, distress button, mobile connectivity, and vehicle tracking.