Best Scooters in India

Whether you live in a metro or a small town, you will find lots of scooters around! Scooters in India have gained immense popularity in the last decade. With more than 10 brands and over 50 models, it gets really difficult to pick the best scooter. We have more than 50 lakh people researching scooters on BikeWale every month, so this list of best scooters in India is made out of our users’ choice and truly

reflects the popularity of scooters. We bring you information about ex-showroom price, colors, variants, monthly units sold, popularity and launch date of best scooters to help you pick the best one. Have a look at the list of best scooters in India to find the most suitable scooter for you.

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And the top 10 scooters are...

  • TVS Scooty Pep Plus

    • 88 cc
    • 68 kmpl
    • 5 bhp
    Available inLaunched inUnit sold (June)
    1 variant, 6 colors September 2005 12,135

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

     39,860
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    TVS Motor Company introduced the Scooty Pep in 2003 as a technically superior state of the art scooterette which was designed to set new standards in convenience. The upgraded version is the Scooty Pep Plus which is a new generation scooterette built on extensive customer feedback and an in-depth understanding of their needs.

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  • Honda Activa 125 [2018]

    • 124 cc
    • 8.5 bhp
    Available inLaunched inUnit sold
    3 variants, 6 colors July 2018 Not Available

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

     61,245
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    The Activa 125 has finally got an upgrade to bring it a little upmarket. With the new feature set, it sits neatly in the Honda India scooter lineup between the Activa 5G and the Grazia.

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  • Suzuki Burgman Street 125

    • 124 cc
    • 8.6 bhp
    Available inLaunched inUnit sold (June)
    1 variant, 3 colors July 2018 211

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

     69,671
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    The Suzuki Burgman Street goes where no other scooter has gone in the Indian market. Well, unless you count the long-discontinued Kinetic Blaze. The Burgman is a maxi scooter but not in every sense of the word. It derives inspiration from its sibling, the Burgman 400, which is a 400cc scooter whose size rivals most middleweight cruisers. The Burgman Street is based on the Access chassis and driveline, which means peppy performance for a 125cc. It gets LED lighting all around, and a front disc brake with a combined brake system is standard.

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  • Honda Grazia

    • 124.9 cc
    • 60 kmpl
    • 8.52 bhp
    Available inLaunched inUnit sold (June)
    3 variants, 6 colors November 2017 21,432

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

     60,695
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    The Honda Grazia is to the Dio what the Activa 125 is to the regular Activa. It occupies a space alongside the Activa 125 that caters to the younger generation. The focus of the scooter is on generating more excitement rather than focusing on practicality. As such, it gets aggressive styling with ‘motoscooter’ looks, and a host of features like LED headlamps and a twin digital instrument cluster that also includes a feature we haven’t seen on a scooter since the Kinetic Blaze – a tachometer!

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  • Hero Maestro Edge

    • 110 cc
    • 51 kmpl
    • 8.31 bhp
    Available inLaunched inUnit sold (June)
    2 variants, 9 colors September 2015 32,189

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

     50,675
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    The Hero Maestro Edge is the most premium model in Hero’s lineup of scooters. It represents a giant leap for Hero MotoCorp as it is one of the first completely new products to be launched by the Gurgaon-based two-wheeler manufacturer since it split from its long-time joint venture partner - Honda.

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  • Suzuki Access 125

    • 124 cc
    • 64 kmpl
    • 8.4 bhp
    Available inLaunched inUnit sold (June)
    5 variants, 8 colors March 2016 38,338

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

     57,130
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    Given the way the premium 125cc scooter market is catching pace, it is not a shocker then that Suzuki decided to try and carve out a share of this segment. The Japanese manufacturer unveiled an upgraded version of the Suzuki Access at the 2016 Auto Expo, last week, called the Access 125. This scooter has been given a new lease of life thanks to a new 125cc heart and a slew of cosmetic updates aimed at giving it a retro flavour.<br><br> The Suzuki Access 125 gets a completely new fascia thanks to the redesigned apron and rectagular-ish headlamp. The side profile has also been revised thanks to reshaped curvy body panels, which now adorn a 3D emblem. The subtle touches of chrome on the headlamp and the exhaust shield give it a premium feel. The large silver-finished grab rail and the black plastic panels beautifully contrast with the scooter's glossy finish. The instrument cluster design is also new, and now integrates a digital multi information display. The large seat should make it a very comfortable scooter to ride, while realtively low seat height of 780mm makes it accesible even for short riders. It also gets a DC power socket, to plug in your cell phone charger.<br><br>

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  • TVS Ntorq 125

    • 124.79 cc
    • 9.1 bhp
    Available inLaunched inUnit sold (June)
    1 variant, 6 colors February 2018 17,203

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

     63,385
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    The TVS Ntorq 125 is the firm’s first upmarket offering in the scooter segment. It pulls out all the stops to ensure the Ntorq customer has the maximum bragging rights of them all. It gets a features list that rivals the Honda Grazia – along with the obvious, you also get a clock, average speed, top speed recorder, lap timer, and service and helmet reminders. There is no non-disc brake variant of the Ntorq at this moment; all get a 230mm front disc brake. It also gets a charging socket in the boot and a boot lamp, and an engine kill switch. The engine oil temperature is also on display, and there is an app-enabled parking locator as well as Bluetooth technology that helps it pair with Android phones. This is also the only scooter to get an engine with a three-valve head. It generates 9.3bhp and 10.5Nm and has a claimed top speed of 95kph.

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  • Honda Dio

    • 109 cc
    • 6 bhp
    Available inLaunched inUnit sold (June)
    3 variants, 9 colors January 2012 40,738

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

     51,915
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    The Honda Dio received a facelift for 2017. Apart from a BS IV-compliant engine, the new Dio gets a slew of cosmetic updates and new paint schemes to boost its visual appeal.

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  • TVS Jupiter

    • 109 cc
    • 56 kmpl
    • 7.8 bhp
    Available inLaunched inUnit sold (June)
    4 variants, 10 colors September 2013 59,729

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

     52,563
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    This is a no brainer to identifying scooters in India-if it is small, multi-coloured and lightweight, then it's a Scooty; and if it is big, dull and utilitarian then it is the 'Activa'. Everything else sold in these segments are looked at as if they are just other versions.

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  • Honda Activa 5G

    • 109.19 cc
    • 8 bhp
    Available inLaunched inUnit sold (June)
    2 variants, 8 colors March 2018 2,92,294

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

     54,643
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    It may be the highest-selling two-wheeler in the Indian market, but Honda hasn’t stopped the evolution of the Activa. The latest set of updates that make up the 5G are more than merely cosmetic. The front apron gets chrome accents, but the LED headlamp will draw your attention first. The top-spec Deluxe variant even gets a digital display below the analogue speedometer; it now shows the fuel gauge, odometer and trip meter and a clock in the digital part of the instrument cluster. The Activa 5G also gets the new ignition key slot from the Grazia, which has the provision for the seat release.

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  • Hero registers 9 per cent increase in sales for July
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    The manufacturer sold 679,862 units in July 2018 as compared to the 623,269 units sold in the same month last year.

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  • Honda Activa 5G ride photo gallery
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    02 August 2018
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    It might not be the pioneer of the segment, but the Honda Activa has certainly played the most significant role in shaping the scooter segment in India. Here is a photo gallery of the Honda Activa 5G – 

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