If Scooters Were Firecrackers, Here’s What They Would Be
This Diwali don’t burst firecrackers but ride one
It is that time of the year again when festivities ensue, families come together and celebrations take place. Diwali – the festival of light has a different vibe to it, celebrated by one and all. So this year, instead of bursting crackers, we are riding them. Here are our favourite scooters reimagined as firecrackers to spark that smile on your face.
Yamaha Aerox 155 - Rocket
When it comes to being the rocket, the Yamaha Aerox 155 is the obvious choice, don’t you think? The power-packed maxi-style scooter always amazes us with its performance and is always fun to look at no matter what – and goes just like a rocket.
TVS NTorq - Atom Bomb
The TVS NTorq 125 sporty scooter might come in a small package of 125cc’s but boy does it impress us with everything that it flaunts. Segment first features, great design and graphics, agility and of course, atomicperformance.
Ola S1 - Double Shot cracker
The Ola S1 e-scooter believes in a two-step charm process – Firstly with all its features and then, the claimed range and top speed. The e-scooter is appropriate for any celebration with the wide range of vibrant colour schemes that it comes painted in. Also, there is currently a Rs 10,000 discount on the S1 Pro, check the details here.
Honda Activa - Sparkler
No Diwali function is celebrated without the sparkler sticks that almost everyone adores. And the exact same way, the iconic and evergreen Honda Activa is a part of every celebration and function in the Indian household.
BMW C 400 GT - Multi (1000) sky shot
The BMW C 400 GT is the most expensive scooter in India, and by that logic, there's only one firecracker it can be – the 1000 sky shot, the most expensive one in India.
Ather 450X - Whistling Rocket
Ending this list is the most reliable and attractive electric scooter in the country, the Ather 450X. Just like a whistling rocket, the Ather 450X is always a delight to look at, fast and oh, it makes that whistling rocket-like sound that makes heads turn to get another look at it.