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  • Best Light Weight Scooty for Girls: Price, List

    Looking for the best light weight scooty for girls, hear your search comes to an end. We have shortlisted the best scooty for girls available in India. These scooty are not only light weight but also available at an affordable price tag.

    So, the list begins:-

    1. Honda Activa 6G

    First comes the Honda Activa 6G with its recently updated Activa with the 6G variant. This model has two variant standards and Deluxe. The price of the standard variant is Rs 63,912 Whereas the Deluxe variant is priced at Rs 65,412.

    Best Light Weight Scooty for Girls

    Engine

    109.51cc four-stroke, Fan Cooled BS-6 engine

    Maximum Power 7.7 Hp at 8,000 RPM
    Peak Torque 8.79 Nm at 5,250 RPM
    Mileage 50-60 Kmpl
    Kerb Weight 107 KG
    Price

    Rs 63,912 Std

    Rs 65,412 Deluxe

    Pros

    • Fuel Injection System
    • Telescopic Front Forks
    • Engine start-stop switch
    • Led headlamps
    • 12 INCH Alloy Wheels

    Cons

    • increased price
    • reduced power
    • same old design
    1. Suzuki Access 125 BS6

    On the list second comes the Suzuki Access 125 which is one of the best daily uses of scooty available in India.The price of Access 125 starts from Rs 68,800 , and it goes upto Rs 73,400 (Ex-Showroom Delhi) for the top spec variant.

    Best Light Weight Scooty for Girls
    Engine

    124 cc, 4-Stroke, 1-Cylinder, Air-cooled SOHC, 2 Valve Engine

    Maximum Power 8.7 Ps at 7,000 RPM
    Peak Torque 10 Nm at 5,000 RPM
    Mileage 64 KMPL Approx
    Kerb Weight

    103 KG

    Price

    Price Rs 68,800- Rs 73,400 (Ex-Showroom Delhi)

    Pros

    • Disc brakes options
    • Alloy wheels
    • lightweight
    • tubeless tires
    • Telescopic Forks

    Cons

    • Simple instrument cluster
    • No charging socket
    1. Vespa ZX 125

    On the list third comes the Vespa ZX 125, this is one of the most beautiful scooters available in the market. This scooter is available in six different colours and it's priced at Rs 83,277 INR (Ex-Showroom Delhi).

    Best Light Weight Scooty for Girls
    Engine

    125 cc, single cylinder, four stroke engine

    Maximum Power 9.76 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
    Peak Torque 10.6 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
    Mileage  52 KMPL Approx
    Kerb Weight 114 KG
    Price Rs 83,277 INR 

    Pros

    • Robust Steel Body panels
    • Great unique design
    • Powerful Engine
    • disc brakes
    • ABS
    • Alloy wheels

    Cons

    • higher curb weight
    • High price
    • Less floor bed area
    • Lacks Modern features
    1. TVS Jupiter BS6

    Next comes the TVS Jupiter, this scooty is the 2nd best selling scooty in India. The price of TVS Jupiter starts at Rs 62,062 and goes up to Rs 68,562. TVS Jupiter BS6 is really a value for money scooty as it has a classic version that comes with more features than the standard variant.

    Best Light Weight Scooty for Girls
    Engine

    109cc 4 Stroke,Single cylinder, Air Cooled, 

    OHC – BSIV Compliant

    Maximum Power 7.37 hp at 7,000 RPM
    Peak Torque 8.4 NM at 5,500 RPM
    Mileage 56 Kmpl Approx
    Kerb Weight 109 KG
    Price Rs 53,999 to Rs 67,911


    Pros

    • LED headlamps
    • Combined Braking System
    • Large Leg Space
    • Outer Fuel LID
    • 21 Litres Storage

    Cons

    • High Price
    • 107 KG Kerb weight
    1. Honda Dio BS6

    On the list fifth comes the Honda Dio, this scooter has been an iconic scooty for a very long time and now has been updated . This scooty is available in two variants standard and Deluxe. The price of the standard variant is priced at Rs 60,542, and the price of Deluxe variant is at Rs 63,892 (Ex-showroom Delhi).

    Best Light Weight Scooty for Girls
    Engine

    109.19 cc, Fan Cooled,4 Stroke, SI Engine

    Maximum Power  7.65 bhp at 8,000 Rpm
    Peak Torque 9 Nm at 4,750 RPM
    Mileage 49 Kmpl Approx
    Kerb Weight 105 KG
    Price

    Rs 60,542- Rs 63,892 (Ex-showroom Delhi)

    Pros

    • Stylish Design
    • LED headlamps
    • Combined Braking System
    • Telescopic Forks
    • Engine Start-Off Switch

    Cons

    • No alloy wheels
    • Reduced Power
    1. Hero Destini 125

    On the sixth position comes the Hero Destini 125.This scooty is available in two variants, one is metal wheel and the other is alloy wheel. The hero Destini 125 is available in four different colour options. The price of this scooty starts at Rs 56,900 INR (Ex-Showroom Delhi).

    Best Light Weight Scooty for Girls
    Engine

    124.6 cc Single-Cylinder, Air-Cooled, Four-stroke Engine

    Maximum Power  8.70 hp at 6,750 RPM
    Peak Torque 10.2 Nm at 5,000 RPM
    Mileage 54 KMPL Approx
    Kerb Weight 111 KG
    Price

    Rs 56,900 INR (Ex-Showroom Delhi)


    Pros

    • 125 cc Engine
    • More Power
    • Economical Price Tag
    • Telescopic Front Suspension
    • Side Stand Indicator

    Cons

    • Heavy Compared to other Scooters
    • Subtle Design
    1. Honda Activa i

    On the seventh position comes the Honda Activa I, this scooty is the most basic entry-level scooty from the Activa family. This scooty is available in 5 different colours. Honda Activa I is priced at Rs 52,276 INR (Ex-Showroom Delhi).

    Best Light Weight Scooty for Girls


    Engine

    109 cc single-cylinder, fan-cooled, 4-stroke engine

    Maximum Power 8 Bhp at 7,00 RPM
    Peak Torque  8.94 Nm @ 5500 rpm
    Mileage 58 KMPL Approx
    Kerb Weight 103 KG
    Price

     Rs 52,276 INR (Ex-Showroom Delhi)

    Pros

    • Dual Tone Graphics
    • Mobile Charging Socket
    • Combined Braking System

    Cons

    • Simple design
    • No alloy wheels option
    • No disc brakes option
    1. Yamaha RAY Z

    In eighth position comes the Yamaha Ray Z, this scooty is the cheapest scooty from the Japanese manufacturers in India. This scooter is available in 4 different colour options and the price of Yamaha Ray Z starts at Rs 52,547 INR (Ex-Showroom Delhi).

    Best Light Weight Scooty for Girls


    Engine

    113 cc air cooled, single-cylinder, 2-valve engine

    Maximum Power 7.2 Ps at 7,500 RPM
    Peak Torque 8.1 Nm @ 5000 rpm
    Mileage 61 KMPL Approx
    Weight 104 kg 
    Price

    Rs 52,547 INR (Ex Showroom Delhi)


    Pros

    • Stylish Design
    • Tubeless Tyres
    • Telescopic Front Forks
    • Unified Braking System

    Cons

    • No Alloy wheels Options
    • NO LED Headlamps
    1. Hero Pleasure Plus BS6
    Best Light Weight Scooty for Girls

    Ninth on the list is Hero Pleasure Plus, this is the most economical scooty from the Hero brand. This scooter is available in two variants one is alloy wheels and the other is metal sheet wheels. The price of this scooty starts at Rs 55,600 INR (Ex-Showroom Delhi) and is available in seven different colour options.

    Engine

    110.9cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine

    Maximum Power 8 BHP at 7,000 RPM
    Peak Torque 8.7 Nm @ 5000
    Mileage 63 KMPL
    Kerb Weight 104 KG
    Price

    Rs 55,600 INR (Ex-Showroom Delhi)


    Pros

    • BS6 Compliant Engine
    • Economical Price Tag
    • Alloy Wheels Option
    • Electric Starter
    • Side Stand Indicator
    • Tubeless Tyres
    • Light in the luggage box

    Cons

    • Low Ground Clearance
    • Better Option Available
    • Less power
    1. TVS Scooty Pep +

    TVS scooty pep comes in tenth position.

    This scooty is one of the lightest scooty available in the market. This scooty is available in three variants and 7 colour options and is priced at Rs 45,054 INR (Ex-Showroom Delhi).

    Best Light Weight Scooty for Girls
    Engine

    87.8cc Single Cylinder, Air-cooled Engine

    Maximum Power 5.36 Hp at 6,500 RPM
    Peak Torque 6.5 Nm at 4,000 RPM
    Mileage 65 KMPL Approx
    Kerb Weight 95 KG
    Price

    Rs 45,054 INR (Ex-Showroom Delhi)

    Pros

    • BS6 Compliant Engine
    • Light Weight
    • Economical Price
    • Electric Start
    • Integrated Braking
    • System

    Cons

    • To Less Power Output
    • Low Torque Production
    • Simple Design

    Conclusion

    So, here's a list of the best lightweight scooty for girls, but at the end the thing that matters the most is the budget and personal preference.

    This article is contributed by Priyanka

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