Of course, India is the biggest two wheeler market in the world. The Indian bi-wheeler world is not only fed by motorcycles, it also carries scooter lovers. Scooter is the best answer for motorcycling through city traffics. Obviously no gear shifting is there and all we need to do is to throttle accordingly.
Some scooters looks really trendy. Girls or boys, they need a stunning machine. Moving on a normal machine has already become a history among the present generation youngsters. They wanna make their dress and certainly vehicles colorful. Freaky guys usually do sticker works on it to make the scooter very attractive. Cartoon pics of famous heads, colorful shades, and interesting designs are some of the major dones on scooters. Here we introduce you some of the trendy scooters in India.
Vespa LX 125
From Italy, looks like an Italian, does like an Italian, but runs as the most aggressive Indian scooter. The Vespa LX 125 from Piaggio looks extremely unique in design. The overall appearance of the bike itself is more than enough to tempt any scooter lovers. Being painted in 6 mesmerizing colors: Nero Volcano, Monte Bianco, Rosso Dragon, Giallo Lime, Midnight Blue, and Rosso Chanti, the scooter wins everyone's heart.
The Vespa LX 125 is mated with a 125cc, 4 Stroke, 3 Valve, Single Cylinder, Air Cooled engine, which is capable to power up to 10.06 PS @ 7500 RPM and a peak torque of 10.6 Nm @ 6000 RPM. Its engine is coupled with continuous variable transmission.
Yamaha Ray Z
The all new Yamaha Ray Z is the best qualifier to be ornamented at the second spot. Yamaha has done extremely a superb work with its all new machine, the Ray. Its stunning dynamic coloring and graphics is the key attraction to the scooter. Additionally, a smoked-finish visor that gives the scooter a motorcycle image, aluminum rear wing-shaped tandem rider grab-bars, a new instrument panel with a carbon fiber patterned background and a carbon fiber patterned seat cover material make the scooter a trendy stuff on road.
Except these stuffs, it is the same Yamaha Ray that debuted last year. It is wedded with an 113cc, Air cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC,2-valve, Single cylinder engine. It delivers a maximum power of 7.1 PS @ 7500 rpm and maximum torque of 8.1 Nm @ 5000 rpm. The machine run by V-belt automatic transmission.
This is the scooter that has been mostly used by the youngsters for customisation. Being wedded the headlight light at the body rather than at the handlebar, the Dio still keeps a fresh look in the scooter market. When the updated version was introduced in 2012, Honda could keep the freshness of the scooter with a new sporty headlamp. You can hardly find a better bike than the Dio for alterations. If you're looking for a scooter to do new kind of painting works, of course I can tell yo that the Honda Dio is the best choice.
It comes with a 109cc, 4-stroke, Air-cooled, SI engine. It produces gorgeous power of 8 bhp @ 7500 rpm and revving torque of 8.66 Nm @ 5500 rpm. It is run by V-matic transmission.
TVS Scooty Pep Plus
Girls can go no better trendy than this. That's the Scooty Pep Plus. Being manufactured out of minimal body design, the scooter suits more than girls looking for and thus the handling is guaranteed as well. The innovative and very much attractive paint scheme is the highlight of Pep Plus edition. What all young girls need is a colourful stuffs and if the Pep Plus ensures it, what more they need.
The Scooty Pep Plus is coupled with an 87.8cc, Stroke, single4 cylinder forced air cooled engine. It delivers peak power of 3.68 Kv @ 6500 rpm and respectful torque of 5.8 Nm @ 4000 rpm. The scooter is driven by automatic CVT with torque sensor.