Top 10 Best Scooters (Scooty) In India of All Time

You’ve been witness to our long journey across the Indian two-wheeler segment where we’ve have unearthed quite a few gems. As you recall we’ve been trying to weave our way into the best bits of scooty of theoffer at present.

In doing so, we thought of giving a good look at the past whereby Scooty/Scooters started its road to the present. The idea offered quite a contrasting view piece than we’ve been doing for long. But nevertheless, the idea of rekindling the time with the history does affectionate all.

So off we went in search of the best pieces from the dear past and listed them out in our latest entry titled ‘Top 10 Best Scooty/Scooters in India of All Time’.  We’ve enlisted them along with the specs and features. However, we knowingly skipped enlisting the price as many of them are discontinued at present.

Guess it’s time to roll back the clocks. All abroad on the time machine, then.

10. Bajaj Sunny

Bajaj Sunny

  • Remember this one? We do. We’ll start off right here with this one.
  • Bajaj Sunny first rolled back in 1990 and was up in the production until the past few years.
  • It bore quite a nice specs and performance metrics as compared to its peers at the time.
  • It had a60cc engine that was capable of delivering 2.8 Bhp of power.
  • The scooty had 3.5 ltr fuel tank and offered a mileage of 50 km/ltr.

9. Hero Puch

Hero Puch

  • An impressive piece of scooty at the time of launch, this one rightly hogged the limelight for quite a few years.
  • It was well regarded in the youth fraternity among the masses of India.
  • It was readily available in three variants and featured smartly integrated design.
  • The scooty had a 2-stroke engine with a stipulated mileage of 50-55 km/ltr.

8. TVS Scooty Pep Plus

TVS Scooty Pep Plus

  • TVS had been a front runner in the Indian two-wheeler segment and has seen great sales over the years.
  • Its scooty offerings have been quite loved by the masses around since its first launch in 2005.
  • This one modeled as Jupiter is fairly new to the market when compared to its counterparts ranked elsewhere in the list. Nevertheless, its swift prominence made it right enough to be regarded on the list.
  • It bears an 88cc engine with Digital DC CDI Ignition and has chain drive transmission type.
  • It has a peak power of 5 Bhp and a max torque level of 6 Nm.
  • The TVS scooty Pep Plus offers a mileage of 68 km/ltr while the fuel tank capacity for this one is 5 ltr.

7. Suzuki Access

Suzuki Access

  • Suzuki had to be on the list of all-time best scooters in India, such is their
  • This one modeled as Access was first seen back in 2007 and has entertained many riders till date.
  • The modern offering of it has 124cc single cylinder engine with chain drive transmission and air cooling system.
  • It has a peak power of 8.58 Bhp and a max torque level of 9.8 Nm.
  • The Suzuki Access scooty can hold 6 ltr of fuel and bears a mileage of 53km/ltr.

6. Honda Activa

  • An ever prominent scooty in the Indian scooty industry, Honda Activa is definitely one of the best of all times.
  • It has been on the scene since its first launch in 2000 and has seen great sales numbers over the period.
  • It has a 124.9cc single cylinder engine featuring air cooling system and automatic gearbox.
  • It has V-Matic transmission type and foresees a peak power of 8 Bhp and a max torque of 8.83 Nm.
  • This honda scooty bears a fuel tank capacity of 5.3 ltr with the mileage coming in a 67 km/ltr.

5. Hero MotoCorp’s Pleasure

Hero MotoCorp’s Pleasure

  • The signature model of Hero MotoCorp, Hero Pleasure remains a pretty popular choice all over India.
  • It was first launched in 2005 and has seen multiple advancements till date.
  • The modern version of it features a 102cc single cylinder engine with CDI Ignition and wet, multi-plate clutch.
  • It offers a peak power of 6.91 Bhp and a max torque level of 8.10 Nm.
  • The scooty has a fuel capacity of 5 ltr with the stipulated mileage on offer as 77 km/ltr.

4. Honda Dio

Honda Dio

  • Another entrant from the coveted product catalog of Honda, this one modeled as Dio is next up on the list.
  • The scooty was first launched back in 2001 and has remained one of the best sellers over the years.
  • It has a 109cc single cylinder engine with CDI Ignition and V-Matic transmission drive.
  • The scooty has a power offering of 6 Bhp and a torque level of 8 Nm.
  • It has a 6 ltr fuel tank and offers a mileage of 66 km/ltr.

3. Bajaj M80

Bajaj M80

  • A premium scooty at the time of launch, this one has seen a giant step-thru for the Indian two-wheeler market.
  • It was launched back in the mid-1980’s where it was rated as one of the most technically advanced pieces out in the offering.
  • It had 92cc engine propelling a power of 5.2 Bhp and torque levels of 5.4 Nm.
  • The scooty had a fuel storage tank capacitated to 4 ltr.

2. Kinetic Honda

Kinetic Honda

  • This one came to fruition as part of the joint venture between Kinetic Honda and Honda Japan.
  • The scooty bore the name of Kinetic Honda and was first seen in 1994. It rose to prominence as the best bit of two-wheeler for the decade and more.
  • It had a 98cc engine propelling a power of 7.7 Bhp.
  • The scooty offered a mileage of 40 km/ltr.

1. Bajaj Priya

Bajaj Priya

  • The best in the business of scooters in India, Bajaj Priya rightly takes its place at the top.
  • The scooty holds an affinity to Bajaj’s heritage in the Indian two-wheeler market.
  • It was a prime choice for officer kin and saw itself stationed pretty high on the sales list.
  • The scooty was inspired by the Vespa Piaggio 150 design and bore similar attributes.
  • It was first enacted in 1976 and ruled till 2006 where it was discontinued upon.
  • It had a 150cc engine with 2-speed engine type and 3-speed transmission settings.
  • The scooty had a mileage of 30 km/ltr.

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