Well, honestly, an Indian family is incomplete without a scooter in their kitty. It is undoubtedly the most-preferred vehicle for a middle-class family.
High-mileage, low-cost, speed, and comfort are some of the highlights due to which women, and men both choose a scooter as their first ride.
This year though, there have been lower sales, however, it didn’t affect the overall share of scooters in the two-wheeler market. There is a craze for self-dependency vehicles, and two-wheeler are among the most appropriate automobiles.
So, based upon the popularity and recent trends, we have come up with ten best scooters of 2019.
- Honda Activa 125
Honda has always fascinated customers who want a vehicle with trusted design and more power. Honda Activa 125, with a plethora of features, has dominated our list of top 10 best scooters. The Activa 125 is a multi-purpose vehicle with little more grunt compared to others. Its top competitors are Mahindra Gusto 125 and Suzuki Access 125.
You will be happy with its low maintenance and enough mileage among other facilities. It has a mobile charging socket, LED pilot lamps, and alloy wheels.
Single-cylinder 124.9 cc engine
Produces power of 8.6 PS at 6500 rpm
Produces torque of 10.54 Nm at 5000 rpm
Disc up front 190 mm with CBS (Combi-Brake System)
Handling brake duties on both sides with same drum units
Price Range: INR 60,917 – INR 65,302
- TVS Jupiter
With a sturdy metal body and powerful engine, TVS Jupiter is the second-best scooter giving competition to the leader Honda Activa 125. Jupiter comes in different variants with a little higher price for additional features. At the rear, there is a gas-charged shock absorber with a telescopic fork at the front.
Well, there are five variants, namely the ZX, ZX disc, Classic, Standard, and Grande. The Grande is the top-line variant when it comes to performance and extensive features.
Powerful 109.7 cc engine
Produces power of 8PS at 7500 rpm and torque of 8 Nm at 5500 rpm
Standard variant comes with Synchronized Braking Technology
Disc Brakes Front with Automatic Transmission
Availability in 12 colors
Price Range: INR 54,752 – INR 62,997
- Suzuki Access 125
One of the best offerings from Japanese Automakers, is the Suzuki Access 125. It is a scooter with great retro look and decent features. The mileage of 64 km/l with a fuel tank of 5.6 L is worth noting. Its engine is air-cooled for reliable performance.
The Access is available in five variants and eight color options. Its main competitors are Honda Grazia, Honda Activa 125, Hero Maestro Edge 125, and Hero Destini 125.
Single-cylinder 125 cc powerful engine
Produces power of 8.7 PS at 7000 rpm and torque of 10.2 Nm at 5000 rpm
Disc Brake and Alloy Wheels
Steel Fender and Steel Body
Price Range: INR 59,994 – INR 64,562
- Honda Dio
Honda Dio has managed to make a market for itself since its launch in 2002. It is one of Honda’s best-selling models. You will notice its aggressive features and sporty design language with additional changes in its upcoming variants.
Overall, it gives a funky look and best suits the youngsters thanks to features like LED DRLs, LED headlamps, 4-in-1 key slots, golden rims, and a digital instrument console.
Engine Displacement 109.19 cc
Produces power of 8.11 PS at 7000 rpm and torque of 8.91 Nm at 5500 rpm
Combi Brake System
Charging point included
Price Range: INR 53,777 – INR 55,777
- Honda Activa 5G
Honda Activa 5G makes the most part of Honda Automobile sales. With a chrome accent and digital display, its top-rated variant, Deluxe, captures the heart of most customers.
In Honda Activa 5G, you will see a new ignition key slot, which also has the facility of seat release on its Grazia variant. The brand is very experimental and also released its limited-edition model with appealing updates, including chrome exhaust cover, black rims, and a black-out engine.
Engine Displacement 109.19 cc
Power 7.96 PS at 7500 rpm and Torque 9 Nm at 5500 rpm
Mileage 45 km/pl
Fan-cooled engine system
Price Range: INR 61,036 – INR 63,430
So, these are the overviews of some of the best in the Indian two-wheeler community.
Did you favorite scooter feature in our list yet? Well, we will be back with our second part of the best two-wheeler of 2019 by next week, so stay tuned!
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