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Which scooter is best in 2020?

by Navyatha Sandiri

Are you looking for the best scooty in India at a price and unable to find the best fit for you? You can now find your choice of scooter or scooter among the top scooters in India listed in this section.

If you already have something on your mind, you can either fill in the filters or search for the best scooter in India from the list. This segment will take you through the 10 best scooters and scooters based on their performance, style, and specifications. As a matter of fact, top-rated scooters are also the best-selling scooters in the country.

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Check out the list of best scooters in India in 2020, including Honda Activa 6G, Honda Dio, and many more popular scooters. Popular brands that deliver the best scooters are Honda, Hero, TVS, and Bajaj.

Honda Activa 6G

Honda launched the BS6-compliant version of India’s most popular scooter in January, and also received a small price increase. Base Activa 6G is priced at Rs 64,464 which makes it almost Rs 8,500 more expensive than its predecessor, Activa 5G. Activa 6G DLXretails for Rs 65,964

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The Honda Activa 6G is powered by a 109.51 cc engine. This Activa 6G engine generates a power output of 7.79 PS @ 8000 rpm. Honda Activa 6G has Drum brakes on the front and back. The kerb weight of Activa 6G is 107 kg and the fuel tank capacity is 5.3 L. Honda Activa 6 G is equipped with Tyre Tubeless and Sheet Metal Wheels.

Honda Dio

Honda has raised the Dio BS6 prices and updated it on its website. The bike is now more expensive than Rs 553. Dio STD now retails for Rs 60,542 and Dio DLX for Rs 63,892.

The Honda Dio BS6 was recalled for a defective rear suspension bushing. The bushing was found to leak oil onto the rear tyre, which could pose a safety hazard. Head over here to find out if your scooter is affected.

Honda launched the BS6-compliant version of Dio in February, and its base price of Rs 59,990 makes Rs 5,749 more expensive than its predecessor, BS4.

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The Dio BS6 is powered by an all-new 109.51cc engine that is now fuel-injected compared to the previous carburetor engine. Power is down, the torque is up, and the new engine pumps out 7.76PS at 8000 rpm and 9Nm of peak torque at 4750 rpm—0.16PS less 0.09Nm more than the BS4 model.

TVS Jupiter

TVS has hiked prices for all 3 variants of the Jupiter, but thankfully the hike is quite marginal. The Jupiter BS6 was the first scooter from TVS’ lineup to receive BS6 updates and that doesn’t come as a surprise since it’s the most popular TVS scooter. It now gets a fuel-injected motor, a new blue paint option, a mobile cubby hole, a USB charger, and a tinted visor. The Jupiter BS6 is priced from Rs 62,062 to Rs 68,562 (ex-showroom Delhi).

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Powering the scooter is a 109.7cc BS6 compliant air-cooled and fuel-injected engine. Delivers 7.47PS at 7000 rpm and 8.4Nm at 5500 rpm. This is 0.52Nm less than the BS4 Jupiter. However, peak power is now 500rpm lower in the rev range.

Suzuki Access 125

The Suzuki Access 125 price has been increased for the second time since its launch, starting at Rs 68,800 and rising to Rs 73,400/


Access is a popular family scooter catering for the 125cc segment. It is by far the best-selling 125cc scooter for years and Suzuki launched BS6-compliant Access 125 in January 2020 and also presented it at the 2020 Auto Expo. In March, for the first time, the Japanese brand increased its prices for all BS6 variants.

Honda Activa 125

Honda has always been ahead of the curve when it comes to adhering to our country’s ever-changing automotive laws. Not surprisingly, the Honda Activa 125 became the first two-wheeler BS6 in India. It comes with a whole host of updates, most of which are not visible to the naked eye. And almost six months after its launch, the prices of the scooter went up. The basic variant is now priced at Rs 68,042 (ex-Delhi showroom).


The new Activa 125 is powered by an all-new 124cc single-cylinder fuel-injected engine that produces 8.29PS and 10.3Nm. This engine produces less power and torque, 0.34PS and 0.2Nm to be precise, but Honda claims that it will be 13 per cent more fuel-efficient than the BS4-compliant 124.9cc mill.


For the first time since its launch, TVS has raised the prices of NTorq 125 BS6. To find out exactly how much the bump is and why the prices have risen, head here. The NTorq 125 BS6 now costs between Rs 66,885 and Rs 73,365 (ex-Delhi showroom).


The 124.8cc single-cylinder fuel-injected engine produces 9.38PS and 10.5Nm. While the peak torque arrives at the same 5500 rpm as before, the peak torque comes at 500 rpm earlier (at 7000 rpm).


The XL100 BS6 was launched by TVS in three versions: Comfort, Heavy Duty, and Heavy Duty Special Edition. All 3 variants have received a price increase for the first time since their launch of BS6 and are now more expensive than Rs 1,000 to Rs 1500. More details can be found here. The three variants are now priced at Rs 46,114, Rs 44,294 and Rs 45,304 (ex-showroom, Delhi).


The 99.7cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine is now fuel-injected and produces a modest 4.4PS/6.5Nm, exactly the same as its BS4 counterpart. On the plus side, fuel-injection means that fuel efficiency has increased by 15%. The engine is coupled to a single-speed gearbox via a centrifugal clutch, which means that no driver input is required for the transmission.