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For many years, the Honda Activa has been the most popular scooter in India. The Activa 6G is now the most advanced Activa available for purchase in India. This Honda is renowned for its outstanding reliability, smooth engine, and long-lasting cycle parts. The 109.51cc BS6 engine that powers the Activa produces 7.68 horsepower and 8.84 Nm of torque.
The TVS Ntorq 125 is renowned for its unique features, including an engine kill button, a Bluetooth-connected speedometer with navigation assistance, caller ID, a top-speed recorder, an integrated lap-timer, and stealth-inspired appearance. A single-cylinder, four-stroke, three-valve TVS engine powers it, and at 7500 rpm, it can produce 6.9 kW.
iQube generates 3000 W of power from its motor. It is powered by three lithium-ion batteries, which collectively have a power rating of 2.25 kWh. While it fully charges in around five hours, the claimed range stands at 75 KM. It also has features such as full-LED lighting and a full-colour TFT instrument cluster sporting TVS’ SmartXonnect function.
One the women's favourite scooters in India. Pep Plus can be easily handled by women as it’s very light in weight compared to other scooters. The latest BS6 variant gets a greener fuel-injected motor. The 87.8cc motor is now able to deliver 5.43PS at 6500rpm and 6.5Nm at 3500rpm.
TVS Jupiter is the alternative to the Activa 6G. Jupiter comes with all the powerful features as Honda’s activa. The Scooter is powered by a 109.7cc BS6 engine which develops a power of 7.77 bhp and a torque of 8.8 Nm. It’s comfortable, smooth and easy to ride. It is available in five variants
The Hero Pleasure + is powered by a 110.9-cc BS6 engine, which develops a power of 8 bhp and a torque of 8.7 Nm. The Pleasure is Hero’s entry-level scooter, which is mainly targeted at female riders. Keeping everyday convenience in mind, Hero has equipped the Pleasure with a decently sized under-seat storage space, a pair of front pockets, and two luggage hooks on the front.
Piaggio introduced a limited-edition variation of the Vespa called the Elegante a few years ago. The Vespa VXL 150 is the cornerstone of the Elegante. The 150cc engine of the Elegante 150 transmits 11.4 horsepower and 11.5 Nm of torque via a CVT gearbox. The scooter comes equipped with single-channel ABS.
The Yamaha Fascino 125, one of the more stylish scooters on the market, is propelled by a 125cc BS6 engine that produces 8.04 horsepower and 10.3 Nm of torque. The new version has amenities including a digital instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity and full-LED headlamp and tail light illumination.
The 124cc BS6 engine that powers the Honda Activa 125 produces 8.18 horsepower and 10.3 Nm of torque. ACG starter, Enhanced Smart Power (eSP), and tumble flow technology are further advantages for the motor. The scooter's upscale appearance is further enhanced by its entire metal body and tinted headlights.
The motor on the Bajaj Chetak produces 3800 W of power. A 3 kWh lithium-ion battery with an IP67 rating provides power for the electric motor on the Bajaj Chetak. Its motor has a 4 kW (peak) and 3.8 kW (continuous) power rating with a peak torque of 16 Nm. The powertrain has two driving settings: sport and eco, with a range of 95 and 85 kilometres, respectively. According to Bajaj, the battery will endure for around 70,000 miles before needing to be replaced.
The Ola S1 Pro is tuned to deliver 8.5 kW of maximum power and 58 Nm of peak torque. Ola claims to have a range of 181 KM and a peak speed of 115 kmph. For a range of 75 km, the 3.97 kWh battery pack may be rapidly charged in 18 minutes. The entire charging process takes six and a half hours.