2021 Yamaha Fascino 125 Hybrid: Same Price, Other Options

Modified On Jul 27, 2021 02:56 PM By Punya Sharma for Yamaha Fascino 125

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The 2021 Fascino is priced competitively. However, there are still plenty of two-wheelers you can consider before putting down your money on the Yamaha

Yamaha has updated the Fascino 125 with a hybrid technology and some new features. The scooter now retails at Rs 70,000 (drum variant) and Rs 76,530 (disc variant). Planning to buy it? We suggest you check out these price alternatives to the new Fascino’s disc variant first:

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Honda Activa 6G - Rs 72,325

If you’re in the market for a scooter, there’s no way you haven’t already heard of the Honda Activa 6G. For Rs 72,325, you can bag the top-spec 20th Anniversary DLX special edition and still save over Rs 4,000 compared to the Fascino 125. Now, the Activa might not match the Fascino’s feature list, but you still get an LED headlight, a special livery with golden accents, an engine start/stop switch, and most importantly, a reliable 110cc heart. 

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Suzuki Access 125 - Rs 81,800

Rivalling the Fascino 125 in the market is the Suzuki Access 125. Its top variant (Bluetooth enabled + Disc brake) costs Rs 81,800, 5,000 more than the new Fascino. Considering that features are the same, it is hard to justify the Access 125’s premium price tag. But all of that won’t really matter once you ride it. Here’s why we strongly recommend the Access 125.

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TVS NTorq 125 - Rs 72,270

If styling, rideability, and features top your priority list, then the TVS NTorq 125 makes a lot of sense. Starting at Rs 72,270, the NTorq 125 offers an unmatched price-to-feature ratio. Features like a full-digital instrument cluster with a lap timer, connectivity features, turn-by-turn navigation, and LED headlamp come as standard. Topping it all is an impressive motor that puts out 9.4PS and 10.3Nm. 

TVS even rolled out a new Race XP variant for the NTorq 125, the most powerful 125cc scooter in India. Read all about it in our story.

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Bajaj Pulsar 125 - Rs 77,843

Stretch your budget a bit, and you could get the Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon. Starting at Rs 77,843, it is just over Rs 1,000 more expensive than the Fascino 125. However, it misses out on features like LED lighting, a fully digital instrument cluster, and Bluetooth connectivity. This, we think, could be a dealbreaker for some. 

On the bright side, it does offer a more powerful engine belting out 11.8PS and 10.8Nm, which should make life more fun on the go.

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Hero Glamour - Rs 78,900

Last but not least, we have the Hero Glamour. For Rs 78,900 (which is Rs 2,000 more than the Fascino), you can opt for the newly launched Xtec drum variant. While you’ll miss out on a disc brake, the Xtec is arguably the most advanced 125cc bike out there. It gets a new digital LCD instrument cluster, connectivity features, a USB port, and an LED headlamp with a unique position lamp. The Glamour even comes in a matte black paint option. 

All prices ex-showroom Delhi

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  • Yamaha Fascino 125
  • Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon
  • Hero Glamour
  • Honda Activa 6G
  • Suzuki Access 125
  • TVS NTORQ 125

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