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  • Q. Which is the best scooter in India?

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    Israr
    Israr | 11 months ago

    So, I'll just make it a little harder to understand at first but if you carefully read my answer till the end you might get your answer 1.scooters that are rich in FEATURES A. Tvs ntorq heavily loaded with features gets an led display Gauge which shows lap time speed average speed fuel light, you can connect your smartphone to it and get directions, know who is calling you. B. Suzuki burgman does get an digital display but doesn't have all those exiting features C. Aprilia Sr 150 &125 Gets digital display can connect your smartphone too it but doesn't have lap time and other goodies as ntorq D. Honda grazia well, it just has a digital screen that shows speed and fuel Guage that's it. 2 PERFORMANCE A. APRILIA SR 150 AND 125 150 is a monster brilliant acceleration o-60kph in 6.7 seconds and 0-100 in 26.3 seconds 125 isn't as as exhilarating to drive as as 150 but it does have its numbers too. 0-60kph in 8.8 seconds 0-100 in well it doesn't gets to hundred top speed is 97kph B. TVS NTORQ a brilliant scooter acceleration time 0-60 in 9 seconds 0-100 kph well. it doesn't reach 100kph either but some claim that it does but I've tested it and it reaches 96 kph easily and well struggles after that. C. SUZUKI BURGMAN Acceleration times are 0-60 in 11 seconds around top speed of 94kph D. Honda grazia 0-60 kph in 11 seconds Top Speed 92kph 3.MILEAGE A.HONDA GRAZIA WITH 41 KML B. TVS NTORQ WITH 38 KML C. SUZUKI BURGMAN WITH 36 KML, D. APRILIA 150 WITH 32 AND 125 WITH 33 KML HANDLING A. APRILIA BROTHERS nothing comes close to their handling they are nimble and their suspension is stiffer for better handling and can easily take some high speed corners B. TVS NTORQ does handle brilliantly but has a softer suspension so not as good as Aprilia boys C. Suzuki burgman Well it has softer suspension but it's lighter than ntorq so it's quite agile in traffic but really can't take a corner as flat as ntorq or Aprilia boys D. Honda grazia Well it's not really a scooter for handling or fun/joy riding. So as we got that away I would suggest you to buy TVS NTORQ NOTHING COMES CLOSE TO WHAT IT DOES BRILLIANT RIDE QUALITY, HANDLES WELL TOO, ACCELERATION TIMES ARE BETTER, POWER IS ALWAYS THERE WHEN YOU SLAM THE THROTTLE. FEATURES LIKE NO OTHER SCOOTERS IN THIS SEGMENT OR ANY OTHER ATLEAST IN INDIA. CHEAPER THAN OTHERS. WELL IT DEPENDS ON THE CITY AND STATE BUT WHATEVER YOU PAY ITS WORTH WHILE. FOR THIS SCOOTER IT CAN CARRY YOU SHOPPING BAGS, CAN SEAT A PILION IN COMFORT AND WHEN YOUR ALONE YOU CAN HAVE SOME FUN IN THE STRAIGHT LINE AND EVEN THE CORNERS.

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    Lohith
    Lohith | 3 months ago

    Nothing is best and everything has there own problems and downsides..But in the present market if your looking for a stylish, sporty, modern-looks, mileage and performance, good braking with VFM TAG vehicle go for TVS NTORQ.. If you need a practical & VFM TAG with lots of space and comfort offering that can be used by all the ages of house just blindly go for ACCESS 125 you'll have the reliability of suzuki and trusted Japanese engine

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    Vedant
    Vedant | 2 months ago

    Depends on what you want to use the scooter for. If you want daily commute and mileage, and can make your peace with less power, then Activa and Jupiter are for you.If you want daily commute, mileage and a bit more zippiness in your scooter for fun rides at times, go for Access 125.If mileage is not a concern and you want to have fun on your scooter, then Ntorq 125 and Aprilia SR-125/150 and Vespa are for you.

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    Abhishek
    Abhishek | 11 months ago

    If you want something advance then Honda activa you can consider. TVS jupiter has classic variant as well as grande variant which offers good comfort, refinement and mileage. If you want slight more power and average you can consider Suzuki access 125 that also offers multiple variants to choose according to requirements. If boosting power is your concern and can compromise with mileage go for TVS Ntorq 125.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    There are ample of options available such as Honda Activa 5G, TVS Jupiter, TVS NTorq, Suzuki Access, Suzuki Burgman Street etc. Click on the following link to check out more options: https://bit.ly/2EiWjOS You may also apply filters to refine your search and can shortlist some of the options from the lot. Do let us know the hand-picked options so that we can help you to choose one.

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    Saurabh
    Saurabh | 11 months ago

    Well, i suggest you to not buy a premium scooter like Ntorq above 110cc, buy a electric scooter or scooter less than 110cc. Few distance ride nearby and occasionally rides why spending so much money for that. Petrol Scooter i can suggest are Honda Navi, TVS Scooty Pep, Honda Cliq, TVS XL100, Hero Pleasure, Honda Activa i.

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    Tejas
    Tejas | 3 months ago

    It's different criteria for all. what you want that like style, performance, cost of ownership. it's depend but Jupiter and access is best. also burgmen street is nice.

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    Atharav
    Atharav | 2 months ago

    There are many scooter which are best considering engine, weight & mileage. At 110 cc, Activa 5G is best. But for 125 cc, Access 125 is best and not Activa 125.

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    Milw
    Milw | 8 months ago

    Depends on a lot of factors. There are different products which are 'ideal' for different requirements. If it is mostly in bumpy roads riding single, then Jupiter is the best. If it is load carrying capacity and resale value, then 5G. Stylish and reasonably reliable is Maestro.

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    Kamlesh
    Kamlesh | 8 months ago

    Prashant ji, i think activa is best scooter, powerfully engine, running costing Rs. 1.40 per km, no metainesh cost, large space,fast pickup, easy handling, comfort drawing, and our great experience last 15th years. we have many scooter use, but activa one of the best scooter.

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