TVS Wego: Same Price, Other Options
What are your other options in the 110cc scooter segment?
The TVS Wego, which is intended for young riders, has been around for a while. Available only in one variant, the 110cc scooter delivers a maximum power figure of 7.99PS and torque of 8.4Nm. It gets a fully digital speedometer, dual-tone colours, blacked-out alloy wheels, 16 litres of under-seat storage, mobile charging option, LED tail lamp and external fuel filler cap.
Powered by a BSIV-compliant engine, the TVS Wego retails for Rs 53,469 (ex-showroom New Delhi). At this price point, there is an array of scooter options available in the market. Here is what else you can get for the price of the Wego.
Hero Maestro Edge (Rs 53,330 – Rs 54,730)
Flaunting a sportier design, the Maestro Edge, Hero’s first attempt in the scooter segment, was fairly successful. It draws power from a 110.9cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine which puts out 8.1PS of power and 8.7Nm of torque. Offered in two variants -- VX and ZX -- the details of both the trims remain the same except for the dual-tone colour options with the ZX. It is offered in black, white, red, blue, grey, matte blue, matte grey & blue, matte grey & red and shooting night star colour options. The Maestro Edge is a good option if you’re looking for a more versatile scooter for the price of the slightly feminine-looking Wego.
TVS Jupiter (Rs 54,349 – Rs 63,449)
Another good option from TVS’ very own stable is the Jupiter. Offered in 8 variants, the scooter is powered by a 110cc engine which produces 8PS of max power and a decent 8Nm of torque. It returns an impressive fuel economy of 62kmpl (claimed figure). The TVS scooter features a large footboard, external fuel filler cap, LED headlight and generous underseat storage space. At 108kg it is among the lightest scooters on offer in the 110cc category. If you want a reliable workhorse for regular commuting, the Jupiter is a good alternative.
Hero Pleasure Plus (Rs 48,500 – Rs 56,800)
The Hero Pleasure Plus, which made its debut last year, gets LED headlamps, a semi-digital instrument cluster and refreshed styling. With the addition of a BS6-compliant engine, the prices of both variants of the Hero scooter have gone by approximately Rs 6,000. It is powered by a 110cc engine which produces 8.11PS of power and 8.7Nm of torque. With its low seat height, it is suitable for buyers of shorter stature. Plus, it gets a boot light and USB charging socket at the front to charge your mobile phone on the move.
Honda Activa i (Rs 52,276)
The Activa i, targeted at female buyers, is the most affordable scooter in Honda’s wildly popular Activa range. It gets refreshing dual-colour options, a 4-in-1 lock switch and an updated instrument cluster. The Activa i is equipped with a 109.19cc engine which puts out max power of 8.03PS and 8.94Nm of torque. Mated to a CVT gearbox, it delivers a claimed 66kmpl. The Activa i is a good option if you prefer a practical and compact scooter with the trust of the Honda Activa badge.