Most people in India, especially the ones who commute in the top tier cities face some serious traffic congestions. This makes them look out for an easy to ride two-wheeler that too at an affordable price. So today we bring to you the top three affordable 110cc scooters available in the Indian market which are easy to maneuver and are also priced lower compared to its rivals. All the prices mentioned below are ex-showroom Navi Mumbai.
1. TVS Scooty Zest 110 : Rs 60,340-61,360
So the first one in the list is the TVS Scooty Zest 110, which is a no non-sense scooter having a lean and edgy side profile. It gets a chrome cover on the exhaust, silver finished rear grab handle, boomerang shaped indicators and Scooty Zest 110 graphics right at the front. For lights it uses a halogen bulb at the front and LED on the rear. This scooter is powered by a 109.7cc engine which produces 7.7bhp at 7500rpm and 8.8Nm at 5500rpm. The ride of the scooter is taken care of by telescopic forks at the front and hydraulic mono-shock on the rear. It is available in two variants Himalayan high and Matte.
2. Hero Maestro Edge 110 : Rs 65,000
The second scooter in the list is the Hero Maestro Edge 110 which gets a masculine styling. The scooter looks sharp, bulky and sporty. It gets graphics on the sides, a matte finished exhaust cover, chunky grab handle, an analog speedometer and an LCD dash. For illuminating the road it uses a halogen bulb, whereas it uses LED's in the tail section. Powering the scooter is a 110.9cc unit which churns out 8bhp at 7500rpm and 8.75Nm at 5500rpm. The suspension duty is handled by telescopic hydraulic shock absorber at the front and spring unit with hydraulic damper on the rear. The scooter has three variants on offer VX, ZX and 100 Million Edition.
3. Honda Dio : Rs 67,410
The final in the list is the Honda Dio which is a sharp and sporty looking scooter. It gets an edgy side design with a Dio badge, chunky two piece rear grab handle and an external fuel filler lid. It is equipped with a halogen bulb for both, headlight as well as for the tail-lamp. At its heart sits a 109.51cc engine which makes 7.65bhp at 8000rpm and 9Nm at 4750rpm. The scooter uses telescopic forks at the front and three-step adjustable spring loaded hydraulic suspension on the rear. There are three variants on offer Standard, Deluxe and the Repsol Edition.