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TVS Scooty Zest 110 BS6 vs Hero Pleasure Plus BS6: Competition Check

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Anuj Mishra

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TVS Scooty Zest 110 BS6 vs Hero Pleasure Plus BS6: Competition Check

The TVS Scooty Zest 110 BS6 was launched in India last month. The scooter is quite late to the BS6 party as its main rival, the HeroPleasure Plus, received the update back in January this year. Since both of them are mainly targeted at women riders, we check out which one makes for a better option on paper.

TVS Scooty Zest 110 Front Left Three-Quarter

Design

The sleek and compact design of the Scooty Zest 110 has remained majorly unchanged ever since its inception. The cosmetic updates have been limited to the introduction of new paint schemes. On the other hand, Hero gave the Pleasure a substantial design makeover last year while adding the suffix ‘Plus’. Now, the scooter features an elegant combination of modern and classic styling which has remained the same with the BS6 transition. 

TVS Scooty Zest 110 Headlamp

Features

Both the scooters are focused on being a convenient daily driver, which means they get a roomy footboard, front storage compartment and a decently-sized under seat storage provision. However, the Pleasure gets additional nifty elements such as a mobile charging port on the front and an LED lamp in the boot. But the Zest gets LED DRLs and LED tail lamp which the Pleasure misses out on.

TVS Scooty Zest 110 Action

Engine

The displacement and power figures of both the scooters are closely similar. Powering the Pleasure Plus is a 110.9cc, fuel-injected motor which churns out 8bhp and 8.7Nm. Meanwhile, the Scooty Zest runs a 109.7cc mill which produces 7.6bhp and 8.8Nm. Notably, the Zest weighs 103kg (kerb) which makes it 1kg lighter than the Pleasure. 

TVS Scooty Zest 110 Front Left Three-Quarter

Cycle Parts

The Scooty Zest and Pleasure Plus ride on 10-inch wheels at both ends. However, while the former gets steel wheels, the latter incorporates alloys (optional). But the Zest makes up for that by offering telescopic forks up front which is known to offer a better ride quality than the Pleasure’s link-type suspension. A rear monoshock is common in both, as is the drum brake setup at both ends, assisted by the combined braking system.

TVS Scooty Zest 110 Front view

Price

Although both the scooters are closely matched in all the aforementioned aspects, there’s a considerable difference in pricing. The TVS Scooty Zest 110 BS6 is pegged at Rs 59,925 (standard) and Rs 61,425 (matte). Hero has priced the Pleasure Plus BS6 more attractively at Rs 55,600 (steel wheels) and Rs 57,600 (alloy wheels). 

(All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi)

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Mumbai₹ 95,764
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