2020 Scooter Launches - Honda Activa 6G, Suzuki Access 125, Honda Grazia & More

Modified On Dec 22, 2020 11:09 AM By Pratik Bhanushali for Honda Activa 6G

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2020 was an action-packed year for new scooter launches in India. Here’s the complete list. 

The Indian scooter market has not only received BS6 updates but also seen some new names in 2020. If you’ve been looking to purchase a new scooter, this list can be your go-to. 

Hero Pleasure Plus:

Price - Rs 56,800 (ex-showroom, Delhi)


Hero launched the BS6 compliant Pleasure Plus FI back in January 2020. The BS6 Pleasure Plus received a price hike of Rs 6,300 and a few cosmetic upgrades like brushed silver finish on the headlamp, front apron, side panel trim 3D logo. To know more about the Hero Pleasure Plus BS6, click here

Suzuki Access 125 BS6:

Price - Rs 70,500 (ex-showroon, Delhi)

The Suzuki Access 125 has been the highest selling scooter over the years and with the new BS6 update expectations were high and Suzuki delivered on that end. The new scooter comes equipped with an external fuel filling cap and a new LED headlight. The updates come at a premium as prices for the scooter were hiked by Rs 6,477. To know more about the Suzuki Access 125 BS6, click here

Honda Activa 6G:

Price - Rs 65,892 (ex-showroom, Delhi)

Honda Activa is the most popular scooter in India. The Honda Activa 6G came with a slew of new updates which included telescopic fork, new ACG starter and external fuel filler cap. It’s available

in two variants: Standard and Deluxe. To know more, click here

Honda Dio BS6:

Price - Rs 61,970 (ex-showroom, Delhi)

Honda Dio received its share of BS6 updates and was launched in February 2020. The updates included a new telescopic fork, an external fuel filling cap, split grab rail unit and redesigned LED headlamp with DRLs. The BS6 model received a price hike of Rs 5,479 for the standard variant and Rs 7,099 for the Deluxe variant. To know more about the Honda Dio BS6, click here

Yamaha RayZR 125 and RayZR 125 FI Street Rally:

Price - Rs 69,530 (ex-showroom, Delhi)

Yamaha launched the RayZR 125 and the Ray ZR 125 FI Street Rally in February 2020. The Street Rally version gets proper knuckle guards, dual-purpose tyres, disc brake as standard and a few more features. To know more about the RayZR 125, click here and about the RayZR 125 FI Street Rally, click here

You can check out the differences between both the variants, head here

Vespa 125 and 150:

SXL 125 Price - Rs 1,15,484 (ex-showroom, Delhi)

SXL 150 Price - Rs 1,28,288 (ex-showroom, Delhi)

VXL 125 Price - Rs 1,11,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi)

VXL 150 Price - Rs 1,23,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi)

Vespa India launched two model ranges for the 125cc and 150cc segment: VXL and SXL. Both the VXL and SXL variants feature full-LED headlight with DRL, USB charging port and an under-seat light. Pricing starts from Rs 1.10 lakh and goes up to Rs 1.27 lakh (all prices ex-showroom, Pune). Click here to know more.  

Hero Maestro Edge and Destini 125 BS6:

Maestro Edge 125 Price - Rs 69,250 (ex-showroom, Delhi)  

Destini 125 Price - Rs 66,310 (ex-showroom, Delhi) 

Hero launched the BS6 compliant Maestro Edge 125 and Destini 125 in February 2020. Other than the BS6 compliant engine, the Destini 125 has received updates like LED DRLs, chrome 3D logo and a new paint scheme. Whereas, the Maestro Edge 125 gets a new Prismatic Purple paint scheme. To read more about both the models, click here

Honda Grazia BS6:

Price - Rs 73,915 (ex-showroom, Delhi)

The Honda Grazia 125 was the last scooter offering from the Japanese brand to receive the BS6 update. It shares the engine with the Activa 125 BS6 and gets new features like silent starter, idling stop system, LED headlamp and an external fuel filler. The Honda Grazia 125 BS6 costs Rs 13,600 more than its BS4 variant. It is available in two variants: Drum and Disc. To know more, click here

Vespa Racing Sixties:

Vespa SXL 125 Price - Rs 1,21,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi) 

Vespa SXL 150 Price - Rs 1,33,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi)

The Vespa Racing Sixties edition is based on the SXL 150 and the SXL 125. The changes made to the Racing Sixties edition are cosmetic only. That being said, it costs Rs 5,000 - Rs 6,000 more than the standard Vespa SXL 125 and SXL 150. To know more, click here.

TVS NTORQ SuperSquad Edition:

Price - Rs 77,865 (ex-showroom, Delhi)

TVS launched the NTORQ with new livery and named it as the SuperSquad edition. The new livery is less of an update and more of a branding approach for the TVS NTORQ. To know more about it, click here.

Aprilia SXR: 

Aprilia has launched the SXR maxi-styled scooter in India. The pricing hasn’t been announced yet but it is expected to cost Rs 20,000 to Rs 25,000 more than the Aprilia SXR 160. It features an LCD display, USB port and LED headlights with DRLs


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