New Bikes up to 100cc in India 2020-21 – Price, Mileage, Specifications, Colors, Images

In the Indian market, the 100cc and below bikes mark the starting of bikes and scooters in the country and are available at an affordable price tag. Most of the bikes and scooters that sells every month belong to this particular segment of the market. Here is the price list of bikes below 100cc in India.

100cc and Below Bikes price list in India

ModelPrice (Ex-showroom Delhi)
TVS XL100₹ 43,510
Bajaj CT 100₹ 45,082
Hero HF Deluxe₹ 50,200
Bajaj Platina 100₹ 50,592
TVS Scooty Pep Plus₹ 54,374
Hero Splendor Plus₹ 61,785
TVS Sport₹ 56,100
Hero Pleasure+₹ 57,300
TVS Radeon₹ 59,962
TVS Scooty Zest 110₹ 61,345
Hero Maestro Edge 110₹ 61,950
Honda Dio₹ 62,229
TVS Jupiter₹ 63,497
Honda CD 110 Dream₹ 64,508
TVS Star City Plus₹ 65,865
Honda Activa 6G₹ 66,799
Honda Livo₹ 70,059

This list comprises bikes and scooters that belong to 100cc segment. There are only a few bikes that have smaller than 100cc engine while the majority of the list is flooded by scooters and bikes from 100 to 110 cc segment. The reason being, the 110cc segment is marginally more powerful and offers nearly the same fuel efficiency.

It provides a perfect balance of power, pick-up, practicality and city performance. On one hand, where 100cc bikes tend to provide lesser fuel economy when ridden above 50 kmph, the 110cc bikes are able to support that additional load and deliver better performance with a similar level of fuel efficiency.

Riding with a pillion on a 110cc bike is any-time better than the sub 100cc bikes as they have a low initial and mid-range pickup that hampers the lively performance in the city especially while dealing with heavy traffic. Every other customer who purchases a 100-110cc bike in India looks at this segment as fuel-efficient, pocket-friendly and practical personal mobility solution.

Check out the 100cc and below bikes in India in the year 2021.

TVS XL100

The first bike on the list is the oldest two-wheeler from the TVS Motor Company, the XL 100. It is a bike that is usually used by the traders dealing in shipping wholesale products to their retail customers. The TVS XL 100 comes with a small yet capable engine that can pull heavy load for its defying looks.

The XL 100 comes in two variants – the heavy-duty variant comes with a removable rear seat which provides provision for placing heavy luggage and extra mounting for further space with specialised bags and boxes. Another variant is a family-oriented model with better visual appeal and better rider-centric features.

You can spot many XL 100s plying on the India roads with almost all of them carrying heavy loads on a daily basis. A high final drive reduction allows the rider to haul heavy loads on the XL 100. In the BS6 version, the moped also offers better fuel efficiency and throttle response when compared to its carburetted version.

At the heart of the TVS XL 100 is a small air-cooled, 99.7cc, single-cylinder engine. This motor is fed by Eco Thrust fuel injection system which is designed to provide maximum fuel efficiency with a decent amount of power at all rpm range. It develops a max power of 4.29 bhp at 6000 rpm and peak torque of 6.5 Nm at 3500 rpm which is more than sufficient to haul this 88 kg moped to a top speed of 60 kmph. The reduction duties are managed by an automatic transmission that translates into clutch less ride and easy rideability in the city traffic.

The company has made sure that anyone who is hauling heavy luggage on the XL 100, he/she is able to manage the same with automatic transmission. All you have to do is, start the engine and twist the throttle to move forward with grace. Despite 6.5 Nm of torque rating, you can haul more than 130 kg of load on the XL 100.

The Comfort version of the XL 100 is the most expensive variant which gets a beige single-piece seat with ample space for the rider and the pillion. There is an iTouch self-start system which aids in easy starts without using the kick starter.

Moving on to the features, the heavy-duty does not offer any exclusive features while the comfort variant comes with a luxurious beige seat, attractive graphics, mobile charging socket for charging your phone on the go.

Coming to the mileage, the XL 100 can deliver around 60 kmpl of average mileage in the city runs. This is basically due to the high reduction gearbox and small engine capacity. A 4-litre fuel tank can return a range of over 200 km from a single tankful without effort.

ModelTVS XL100
Engine99.7 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power4.29 bhp @ 6,000 rpm
Torque6.5 Nm @ 3,500 rpm
GearboxAutomatic
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
Front Tyre2.50 - 16 41L 6PR
Rear Tyre2.50 - 16 41L 6PR
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
CBSYes
Weight88 kg
Fuel Tank4 Ltr
Mileage51 kmpl
Top Speed60 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 43,510

Bajaj CT 100

Up next, we have the most popular bike from the Bajaj Auto, it is the CT 100 which is driving the sales momentum for Bajaj in the commuter segment. It is a bike which is known for excellent fuel efficiency and robustness for use in rural areas. The maintenance of the CT 100 is also on the lower side which makes it popular among the middle-class riders who look for pocket-friendly bikes for daily rides.

At present, the CT 100 is available for as low as Rs 45,000 ex-showroom New Delhi which makes it among the most affordable bikes in the country. The company has made sure that people who are on a tight budget also have a great option for daily riding needs. Being an entry-level commuter bike, the CT 100 does not offer many flashy features such as LED headlight.

Bajaj CT 100 is fitted with a basic air-cooled, single-cylinder, 102cc engine with a 2-valve head. The BS6 compliance added fuel injection system for reduced emissions from the exhaust. This motor produces 7.79 bhp at 7500 rpm and a peak torque of 8.34 Nm arrives at 5500 rpm. It is mated to a 4-speed gearbox via a multi-plate clutch. The gear ratios are well-spaced for city usage and highway rides might feel strained due to the lack of a sixth gear.

A stupendous fuel economy of the CT 100 sits at the top of its unique selling point. The commuter bike in question can return a mileage of 70-75 km per litre if ridden with a light wrist. There is a fuel tank capacity of 10.5 litres which can provide a riding range of over 750 km from a single tankful.

Moving on to the instrumentation, the bike gets a twin-pod cluster with analogue speedometer, odometer and a fuel gauge. There is no digital screen as the bike is targeted at the entry-level commuter segment. No variant of the CT 100 is equipped with LED headlight or the digital instrument cluster in a bid to keep the cost in check.

The braking performance comes from a pair of drum brakes at both ends which are sufficient for city usage. It is advised to avoid riding the bike at high speeds as drum brakes are incapable of shedding the speed quickly in case of emergency situations.

CT 100 is known for its robust build quality and comfortable suspension setup leading to great bump absorption experience. It can be easily ridden in rural areas where you will find uneven roads and potholes.

ModelBajaj CT 100
Engine102 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power7.79 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque8.34 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
Gearbox4-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
Front Tyre2.75 X 17, 41 P
Rear Tyre3.00 X 17, 50 P
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
CBSYes
Weight114 kg
Fuel Tank10.5 Ltr
Mileage75 kmpl
Top Speed90 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 45,082

Hero HF Deluxe

The next bike in this list of the second most selling bike in India. Yes, we have Hero HF Deluxe which is second most popular bike in India with sales touching 2 lakh mark on a monthly basis. The only bike which leads Deluxe is the Splendor Plus. It is among the oldest bikes in the Hero’s portfolio. There is a no point arguing that HF Deluxe is fitted with tried and tested 100cc engine from Honda.

Hero HF Deluxe is also an entry-level bike which comes with all the necessary features for daily rides and provides a comfortable ride to the user. It is a practical motorcycle as it comes with a flat and single-piece seat which is easy to access for all kinds of pillions whether they are short of tall.

What makes Hero HF Deluxe popular among the masses? The bike offers high fuel efficiency, a robust built quality, long-lasting components, easy service, cheaper spare parts are some of the most factors of the bike. All in all, the running and maintenance cost comes with the pocket range of middle-class families and thus it enjoys the sales of over one lakh per month.

Powering the Hero HF Deluxe is a time-tested 97.2cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that now fed by programmed fuel injection system and breathes through a 2-valve SOHC head. This petrol mill churns out 7.91 bhp of max power at 8000 rpm and a peak torque of 8.05 Nm at 6000 rpm. The reduction duties are taken care of by a 4-speed gearbox with initial short gearing that provides strong initial acceleration in the city riding conditions.

As mentioned earlier, the HF Deluxe is targeted at entry-level customers that seek only pocket-friendliness from a bike and thus it lacks the latest features like an LED headlamp and digital instrument cluster. Priced at Rs 50,200 ex-showroom, New Delhi, the bike is good for people who need a perfect solution for daily riding needs in tier 2 and tier 3 cities.

The peace of mind is provided by the company itself as there is an after-sales service network in the remotest of areas and the service cost is ridiculously low that doesn’t make anyone run away and seek the shelter of untrained mechanics. On the other hand, the spare parts cost far less expensive if in case the bike falls or meets with an accident.

Coming to the mileage, the HF Deluxe is known for returning a real-world mileage of over 60 kmpl in the city riding conditions. With a fuel tank capacity of 9.6 litres, you can expect the bike to run for over 560 km in a single tankful without any hassle.

The riding comfort comes from a well-tuned suspension system that is comprised of telescopic forks at the front and twin shock absorber at the rear. You can easily take on the bad patches of roads on the HF Deluxe for its softer-setup and well-padded seat which distributes the jolts from the roads away from the rider.

The braking department is handled by drum brakes at both ends and the combined braking system helps in maintaining the safer braking performance under demanding situations. With a kerb weight of just 109 kg, the Deluxe is a good beginner bike too as it will be easy to manage in the city areas.

ModelHero HF Deluxe
Engine97.2 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power7.91 bhp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque8.05 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
Gearbox4-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
Front Tyre2.75 x 18 - 4PR/42P
Rear Tyre2.75 x 18 - 6PR/48P
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
CBSYes
Weight109 kg
Fuel Tank9.6 Ltr
Mileage65 kmpl
Top Speed85 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 50,200

Bajaj Platina 100

Moving on to the more premium commuter bikes in the entry-level segment, we come across the Bajaj Platina 100. This is another commuter bike from the house of Bajaj that comes with the better design language and feels-good quotient with acceptable graphics for overall visual appeal.

It is also one of the highest selling bikes in the Bajaj’s portfolio and is targeted at the audience in the tier 1 cities as well. On a whole, the company is targeting the bike at tier 2 cities and tier 3 cities for those who need a better-looking option with visual appeal and better riding experience.

Priced at just Rs 50,592 ex-showroom, New Delhi, it is quite an affordable bike to purchase. It is priced a lot cheaper when compared to the king of commuters, the Splendor Plus. The company has done a great job by ramping up the visual appeal of the bike as it reflects in the sales. A wide network of sales and service attracts more customers to the showroom thus helping in converting more into sales.

The Bajaj Platina 100 is powered by a 102cc, single-cylinder engine which is cooled by air and is installed with a 2-valve head for breathing. This BS6 compliance fuel-injected powerplant develops 7.79 bhp at 7500 rpm and 8.3 Nm of torque at 5500 rpm. A 4-speed gearbox takes care of reduction duties and is stacked with well-spaced gears for optimum city performance.

Being a commuter bike, the main talk of the town is the fuel efficiency of the Platina 100. According to the tested performed by the ARAI, the bike can deliver anywhere around 77 km for a litre of fuel. However, the same cannot be said in the real-world conditions as there are many unwanted things that come in front of the rider such as traffic, extreme weather, traffic, bad roads, speed breakers etc.

Thus, the real-world fuel efficiency drops to about 65 kmpl in everyday riding which is still on the best side of the bargain. An 11-litre fuel tank can return a range of over 750 km from a single tankful without much hustle.

There is simple analogue instrumentation available on the bike but with a fresher design that takes inspiration from the V-series of bikes from Bajaj. You get a speedometer, odometer, fuel gauge and other tell-tale lights. The headlight on the bike is basic halogen units for keeping the cost in check but it does offer excellent seat with optimum padding for making daily rides a comfortable experience.

Coming to the brakes, the standard variant of the bike is fitted with drum brakes on both ends which offer adequate braking power. But if you are looking for greater stopping power, the company is providing an option for front disc brake for a small premium. There is a combined braking system that reduces the braking distance by applying both brakes simultaneously on applying the rear brake.

The suspension system is comprised of telescopic forks at the front and twin shock absorbers at the rear which is tuned towards a well-balanced ride quality. It is built with rural areas in mind and thus can be taken to broken roads as well.

Bajaj Platina 100 is available in three variants – Kick Start, Self-Start and Front Disc brake variant.

ModelBajaj Platina 100
Engine102 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power7.79 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque8.3 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
Gearbox4-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
Front Tyre2.75 X 17, 41 P
Rear Tyre3.00 X 17, 50 P
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
CBSYes
Weight116 kg
Fuel Tank11 Ltr
Mileage77 kmpl
Top Speed85 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 50,592

TVS Scooty Pep Plus

TVS Scooty Pep Plus is the first scooter in this list of 100cc and below bikes. Also, the Pep Plus if the only scooter that is fitted with an engine that displaces less than 100cc. All other scooter sin this list are in the range of 110cc that provides them more power and better performance that the Scooty Pep Plus. However, they are priced whole lot and are developed for seasoned riders whereas the Scooty Pep Plus is developed by keeping young riders, female riders as well as beginner riders in mind.

Priced at Rs 54,374, ex-showroom, New Delhi, the scooter is the cheapest in the country and it also a lightweight option with just 93 kg kerb weight for beginner riders. The seat height on this scooter is just 765 mm which allows all kinds of riders to comfortably access the scooter.

TVS Scooty Pep Plus is propelled by an 87.8cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine featuring Eco Thrust electronic fuel injection system and a 2-valve head. This motor is good for 5.3 bhp at 6500 rpm and a peak torque of 5.8 Nm at 4000 rpm. It comes mated to an automatic transmission via a centrifugal clutch. The low power makes for slower acceleration and a low top speed of around 65 kmph. This is something which makes it ideal for youngsters who are learning or riders who are afraid of instant acceleration of larger capacity scooters.

Scooty Pep Plus is also a pocket-friendly personal mode of transportation as it returns a mixed mileage of 60 kmpl in the city riding cycle. However, if you are hard at the throttle, the fuel economy is expected to fall. A 4.2-litre fuel tank capacity will provide a range of more than 240 km in a single tankful.

On the features front, the Scooty Pep Plus is a pretty basic and is equipped with analogue cluster featuring speedometer, odometer and a fuel gauge. To keep the cost in check, the company ensured that it comes with halogen headlight and taillight, analogue instrumentation and with drum brakes on both ends. A synchronised braking system is available as a standard unit for keeping the braking distance minimum.

You get a pair of telescopic forks at the front and shock absorber at the rear which is tuned to provide comfortable ride quality on city roads. However, small 10-inch wheels tend to bounce over the bad sector of roads which will ask you to slow down for a comfortable ride over roads filled with potholes.

ModelTVS Scooty Pep Plus
Engine87.7 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power5.3 bhp @ 6,500 rpm
Torque6.5 Nm @ 3,500 rpm
GearboxV-Matic
Front SuspensionTelescopic Fork
Rear SuspensionShock Absorber
Front Tyre10 inch
Rear Tyre10 inch
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
CBSYes
Weight93 kg
Fuel Tank4.2 Ltr
Mileage60 kmpl
Top Speed65 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 54,374

Hero Splendor Plus

As everyone is well aware of the fact that Hero Splendor Plus is the highest selling bike in India with sales of over 2 lakh units on a monthly basis. It is also one of the oldest bikes in India that comes from the portfolio of Hero MotoCorp.

What makes Hero Splendor Plus the most admired bike in the country is its reliability factor which ensures that even after a decade of regular use, the bike keeps on running without any major maintenance requirements. There are many twenty years old Splendor bikes that are still running on our roads. However, it is not advisable to run such old bikes are they tend to produce more harmful exhaust gases and pollute the air many folds than the newer versions of the bike.

The commuter bike continues to use the same old ageless design language but over the years, the company made sure that the model is refreshed with striking graphics and limited edition models for attracting more customers.

At the core of the Hero Splendor Plus is a 97.2cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine with a 2-valve SOHC head. This motor pumps out 7.91 bhp at 8000 rpm and a max torque of 8.05 Nm at 6000 rpm. There is a 4-speed transmission with heel and toe shifter for convenience to the mature rider who is its primary customer base. There is more than sufficient low and mid-range power available to easily potter around the city without much shuffling with the gearbox.

The fuel economy is the main point of high popularity and word of mouth marketing, the Splendor Plus returns around 65 kmpl of mileage in city riding conditions which increases to about 70 km per litre on the highway runs. With a 9.8-litre fuel tank, you can extract a range of over 630 km from a single tankful which can last about a month of daily commuting.

A pair of telescopic forks are present at the front and twin shock absorbers do the job at the rear end. This system is tuned towards a softer side which does not fail to provide a comfortable ride over all kinds of road surface within city limits. The high-speed stability has taken a toll due to the softer suspension setup. There are tubeless tyres wrapped around 18-inch alloy rims for a puncture-free riding experience in any part of the country.

To stop the bike, the company has provided drum brake units at both ends which offer adequate braking performance. At present, there is no option for front disc brake but comes equipped with a combined braking system for safe braking performance.

In terms of instrumentation and features, the bike only has to offer a full-analogue twin-pod instrument cluster and halogen headlamp and taillamp.

ModelHero Splendor Plus
Engine97.2 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power7.91 bhp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque8.05 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
Gearbox4-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
Front Tyre80/100-18 M/C 47P
Rear Tyre80/100-18 M/C 54P
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
CBSYes
Weight110 kg
Fuel Tank9.8 Ltr
Mileage65 kmpl
Top Speed85 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 61,785

TVS Sport

TVS Sport is the nest bike which is a great option for daily commuters from the house of TVS Motors. The Sport now features a larger 110cc engine that make sure that you never run out of power in any situation. The engine delivers maximum torque lower in the rpm range that allows you to easily counter the traffic in your daily commutes.

TVS Sport is a smart-looking commuter bike that comes with attractive graphics. It is a product, through which the Chennai based manufacturer is trying to maintain its position in the commuter segment. Also, the bike registers respectable sales numbers every month as it offers good reliability and robust build quality.

Powering the TVS Sport is a single-cylinder, air-cooled, 109.7cc engine breathing through a 2-valve SOHC head. This motor develops 8.18 bhp at 7350 rpm and a peak torque of 8.7 Nm at 4500 rpm. The torque available at low rev range allows a rider to easily ride in the city conditions with the 4-speed gearbox mated to the engine tuned for riding in the traffic-filled city roads.

On the paper, the bike can return a mileage of over 75 kmpl but in the real-world conditions, the maximum economy that you can derive is around 65 kmpl making it one of those bikes from Hero and Honda which enjoys such a great name for fuel efficiency alone. Expect a range of over 650 km from a single tankful of 10 litres.

There is analogue instrumentation offering all the basic readouts that is available with all the models in the segment. The eco mode and power mode allows you to take note of whether the bike is running at high fuel economy mode or power mode. The eco mode helps in keeping the fuel from being wasted.

The suspension system is comprised of telescopic forks and twin shock absorbers at the front and the rear respectively. It is designed to be comfortable on good as well as bad roads. The bike is stopped by dual drums at both ends with no option for a front sic brake. You get a combined braking system for better stopping power.

ModelTVS Sport
Engine109.7 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power8.18 bhp @ 7,350 rpm
Torque8.7 Nm @ 4,500 rpm
Gearbox4-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
Front Tyre2.75 x 17" 41P 4PR
Rear Tyre3.0 x 17" 50P 6PR
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
CBSYes
Weight110 kg
Fuel Tank10 Ltr
Mileage75 kmpl
Top Speed90 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 56,100

Hero Pleasure+

Up next, we have Hero Pleasure Plus, it is an entry-level scooter designed and developed by Hero MotoCorp in an interest to allure the female rides in the country. With a tag line of ‘Why should boys have all the fun,’ it is squarely targeted at female audience and comes with funky retro design language for enhanced visual appeal.

Previously, the Pleasure was available with a smaller underpowered 100cc engine but in due course of time, the company updated the scooter with newer design and a bigger engine. It weighs 104 kg which is manageable for younger riders as well. However, as it is targeted for new rides, the kerb weight of the scooter could have been under 100 kg for better impact.

The front fascia of Pleasure Plus is inspired by retro scooters with rectangular headlight cluster. You get halogen headlamp, drum brakes on both ends, full analogue instrument cluster, a mobile charging socket to charge the phone while on the run and an LED boot lamp which makes it a good feature-rich entry-level scooter. And the best part, it is priced from Rs 57,300 ex-showroom, New Delhi.

There is a single-cylinder, 110.9cc, fuel-injected, air-cooled engine with a 2-valve head in the Hero Pleasure Plus. It churns out 8.1 bhp of power and 8.7 Nm torque at 5500 rpm. This mill is connected to a CVT transmission via a centrifugal clutch. The company claims that in the BS6 version, the Pleasure Plus returns 10% more mileage when compared to the BS4 version. In the real-world riding conditions, the scooter returns a mileage of 45 kmpl. Expect a riding range of 210 km from a 4.8-litre fuel tank.

Unlike all other scooters in the segment, the Pleasure Plus is equipped with dated bottom link suspension which does not offer excellent riding experience. It was expected form the company that BS6 version of the Pleasure might come with advanced telescopic forks at the front.

ModelHero Pleasure+
Engine110.9 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power8 bhp @ 7,000 rpm
Torque8.7 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
GearboxV-Matic
Front SuspensionBottom Link
Rear SuspensionShock Absorber
Front Tyre10 inch
Rear Tyre10 inch
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
CBSYes
Weight104 kg
Fuel Tank4.8 Ltr
Mileage45 kmpl
Top Speed80 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 57,300

TVS Radeon

TVS Radeon is a commuter bike which is built around a robust chassis for daily riding needs of the targeted audience. The Radeon is developed with the requirements of people in the city as well as rural areas. TVS Radeon offer best of fuel economy, rider and pillion comfort, practicality as well as low maintenance. All these features make it an all-round package for mature riders.

Also, the Radeon feel like a premium commuter bike while it is a mid-level commuter bike from TVS Motors. There is a single-piece set which is wide and long that offer ample space for both rider and the pillion. The handlebar is raised ensuring a comfortable upright riding posture for daily commuting.

The Radeon is equipped with a single-cylinder, 109.7cc, air-cooled engine which breathes through a 2-valve SOHC head and is fed by Eco Thrust Fuel injection system that maintains a proper balance between mileage and power. This motor belts out 8 bhp of power at 7350 rpm and max torque of 8.7 Nm at 4500 rpm. It is mated to a 4-speed gearbox with well-spaced gearing for city riding.

The fuel economy of the TVS Radeon is in the ballpark of 60 to 65 kmpl which is an excellent number for daily commuters. You can extract a range of over 600 km from a 10-litre fuel tank that comes with this bike.

Coming to the instrumentation, you get a twin-pod instrument cluster with full analogue readouts including speedometer, odometer and a fuel gauge with usual tell-tale lights. There is an econometer which tell when the engine is running at maximum fuel-efficient rev range.

The suspension is comprised of telescopic forks and twin-shock absorbers at the front and the rear respectively. The braking performance is taken care of by drum brakes on both ends with a synchronised braking system for enhanced stopping power.

ModelTVS Radeon
Engine109.7 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power8 bhp @ 7,350 rpm
Torque8.7 Nm @ 4,500 rpm
Gearbox4-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
Front Tyre2.75 X 18
Rear Tyre3.00 X 18
Front BrakeDrum/Disc
Rear BrakeDrum
CBSYes
Weight116 kg
Fuel Tank10 Ltr
Mileage60 kmpl
Top Speed90 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 59,962

TVS Scooty Zest 110

Next, we have TVS Scooty Zest. It is a powerful version of the Scooty and comes with a bigger heart. Yes, the Scooty Zest has a 110cc engine which provides better city performance when compared to the Scooty Pep Plus.

Speaking about the styling, the Zest is a more up-market scooter and offers premium appeal. All this with features like LED DRLs and LED taillight. An LED headlight is missing which is to keep the cost in check. There is enough space under the seat to place a half-face helmet. It offers spacious footboard, a glovebox and mobile phone charging socket for utility. Zest comes with long and wide seat for both rider and the pillion allowing for a comfortable city riding experience.

The TVS Scooty Zest is powered by a BS6 compliant 109.7cc, fuel-injected, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine with a 2-valve SOHC head. This mill makes 7.6 bhp at 7500 rpm and 8.8 Nm of torque at 5500 rpm. The engine is mated to the CVT transmission via centrifugal clutch for easy riding.

With Eco Thrust fuel injection system onboard, the Scooty Zest returns about 50 km per litre in the city riding conditions which is a better number than the BS4 version. You can expect a riding range of around 250 km from its 5-litre fuel tank.

Being a mid-level scooter, the Zest still offers a full analogue dashboard with speedometer, odometer and fuel gauge. Apart from this, there are usual tell-tale lights with econometer for added information to the rider. There is a pair of telescopic forks at the front and shock absorbers at the rear. This setup is adjusted towards a softer side for providing a plush ride over the bad patch of roads and takes on the bumps without sending a jolt to the rider.

At both ends, you get 10-inch steel wheels with tubeless tyres and drum brakes on both ends with synchronised braking system for safer and controlled braking.

ModelTVS Scooty Zest 110
Engine109.7 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power7.6 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque8.8 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
GearboxV-Matic
Front SuspensionTelescopic Fork
Rear SuspensionShock Absorber
Front Tyre10 inch
Rear Tyre10 inch
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
CBSYes
Weight103 kg
Fuel Tank5 Ltr
Mileage60 kmpl
Top Speed85 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 61,345

Hero Maestro Edge 110

Hero Maestro Edge is a premium commuter scooter in 110cc segment as it comes with appealing design and good features. The Maestro Edge is targeted at young audience who are either college-going students or young professionals as it offers striking styling and lively performance.

The BS6 Hero Maestro Edge comes with Hero’s latest Xsens technology that uses a number of sensors which sends information to the Ecu. The ECU then regulates the fuelling to provide the best combination of power and mileage. It is a system that ensures you never run out of power or torque when you actually require them. The initial pick-up of the scooter has also been increased with tweaking done to the CVT transmission. This new technology from the house of Hero leads to a rich riding experience.

The stylish scooter from Hero is moved by a programmed fuel-injected, single-cylinder, 110.9cc, engine with a 2-valve SOHC head. It develops 8bhp of max power at 7500 rpm and 8.75 Nm of peak torque at 5500 rpm. There is an automatic CVT transmission that sends power to the rear wheel via a centrifugal clutch. The company claims that the new Maestro offers better acceleration and mileage than the BS4 version of the scooter.

You can expect a real-world mileage of around 46 km per litre in city riding conditions which is actually better than the previous version of the scooter. There is a 5-litre fuel tank which can provide a riding range of around 230 km from a single tankful.

The Maestro Edge is equipped with a semi-digital instrument panel with speedometer, odometer, trip meters, service due indicator, fuel gauge, side stand down indicator. For convenience to the rider, there is an under-seat lamp, mobile charging socket and external fuel filler cap for easy refuelling.

There is a pair of telescopic forks at the front and shock absorber at the rear which are calibrated for city rides. You get a 12-inch front wheel with a 10-inch rear unit which is good but a larger rear wheel could have been better for further improving the ride quality.

You get a combined braking system with drum brakes at the front and the rear for additional safety over the slippery surface.

ModelHero Maestro Edge 110
Engine110.9 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power8 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque8.75 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
GearboxV-Matic
Front SuspensionTelescopic Fork
Rear SuspensionShock Absorber
Front Tyre12 inch
Rear Tyre10 inch
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
CBSYes
Weight112 kg
Fuel Tank5 Ltr
Mileage46 kmpl
Top Speed85 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 61,950

Honda Dio

Honda Dio is the entry-level scooter from the house Honda rest of the cheaper scooters are discontinued due to low sales. Honda Dio is a sporty scooter developed on the platform of Activa. It features the same engine and powertrain but the state of tune is mildly different to deliver a livelier performance.

Being a sportier machine doesn’t mean that Dio is not a pocket-friendly scooter. Honda Dio comes with a Honda engine that is highly reliable and not to forget the trademark bulletproof durability that comes with it. It is a low maintenance scooter which shines among the youth.

The Dio is a stylish scooter with sharp design edges and the headlight fitted on the front apron. It comes with halogen headlight in standard variant and sporty full-LED headlight in the deluxe variant. It is made for everyday riding to office, college or other places of commuting.

Powering the Honda Dio is a 109.51cc, single-cylinder, fuel-injected, air-cooled engine with a 2-valve head. This engine is tuned to produce 7.65 bhp at 8000 rpm and a torque of 9 Nm peaking at 4750 rpm. When compared to the Activa 6G, the power is reduced but the torque is added for quicker initial acceleration. The performance is peppy and offers seamless riding experience with CVT transmission.

Coming to the fuel mileage, the Dio can return more than 45 km per litre of mileage as it is lighter than the Activa owing to its fibre body panels. A 5.3-litre tank capacity will easily return a riding range of over 230 km from a single tankful. This number is very much real-world as ARAI tested numbers are far greater than these.

For a better ride and dynamics, the company has fitted Honda Dio with the 12-inch front wheel and 120-inch rear wheel. The chassis is completely new and provides a better overall riding experience. There is a pair of telescopic forks at the front which finally replaced the bottom link suspension from the BS4 Honda Dio. The rear suspension continues to remain same hydraulic shock absorber which slight tweaking to deal with the telescopic forks at the front.

It comes in two variants – the standard variant is cheap and comes with halogen headlight and full-analogue instrument cluster. On the other hand, the deluxe variant features LED headlight and fully-digital meter console with digital speedometer, odometer, trip meters, fuel gauge, service due indicator, real-time fuel efficiency, average fuel efficiency etc. There is an option for a side stand down engine inhibitor for an additional safety layer for you.

Honda has been offering Honda Dio is Repsol MotoGP livery for some time know which is available with a small premium amount.

ModelHonda Dio
Engine109.51 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power7.65 bhp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque9 Nm @ 4,750 rpm
GearboxV-Matic
Front SuspensionTelescopic Fork
Rear SuspensionShock Absorber
Front Tyre12 inch
Rear Tyre10 inch
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
CBSYes
Weight105 kg
Fuel Tank5.3 Ltr
Mileage45 kmpl
Top Speed85 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 62,229

TVS Jupiter

Up next, we have India’s fastest growing commuter scooter from the house of TVS. The TVS Jupiter is a popular commuting scooter which has won lakhs of hearts with its sober timeless design language, a reliable and powerful engine and solid build quality. It also offers low maintenance like many other scooters in the segment.

Jupiter ZX comes with a spacious footboard, a large boot that can swallow a full-face helmet, a boot lamp, a glove box at the front with a mobile charging socket. The Standard and the Classic variant is equipped with analogue instrumentation cluster whereas the ZX gets a stylish semi-digital meter console with blue backlight.

TVS Jupiter is powered by an air-cooled, 109.7cc single-cylinder, eco thrust fuel-injected engine with a 2-valve SOHC head. This motor churns out 7.3 bhp at 7000 rpm and 8.4 Nm of peak torque at 5500 rpm. The power is sent to the rear wheels by a CVT transmission connected via centrifugal clutch offering crisp initial pick-up and smooth ride experience all across the rev range.

The Chennai based company claims that the new BS6 Jupiter with Eco Thrust fuel injection technology offers 15% more mileage. And in the real-world scenarios, the scooter actually returns better fuel economy than the BS4 version. You can extract up to 50 kmpl with a light wrist. An average of 46-47 kmpl is a sure shot possibility in the city rides. The 6-litre fuel tank can provide a range of nearly 300 km which is rare for a scooter in this segment.

The Jupiter comes with an economter which tells you when you are over speeding and going into power mode and when you are in the economy range that would provide you with maximum mileage.

Recently, the company launched the intelligo start-stop technology on the disc brake variant of the Jupiter ZX which automatically shuts off the engine during prolonged idling. With the press on the brake lever, the engine automatically comes to life. This helps in reducing the wastage of fuel while idling.

From the inception, the TVS Jupiter is equipped with telescopic forks at the front and single coil spring suspension with hydraulic damper. The rear shock absorber that 3-step adjustment which can be adjusted according to your requirements. Large 12-inch alloy wheels at either end provide enhanced ride quality over bad patches of roads as well.

The scooter comes with drum brakes on both ends with ZX variant offering an option to choose front disc brake for better stopping power.

ModelTVS Jupiter
Engine109.7 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power7.8 bhp @ 7,000 rpm
Torque8.4 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
GearboxV-Matic
Front SuspensionTelescopic Fork
Rear SuspensionShock Absorber
Front Tyre12 inch
Rear Tyre12 inch
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
CBSYes
Weight109 kg
Fuel Tank6 Ltr
Mileage50 kmpl
Top Speed85 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 63,497

Honda CD 110 Dream

Honda bikes are known for their reliability and robust build quality and thus, the company charge premium for their products. The CD 110 Dream which is an entry-level bike from Honda is priced at Rs 64,508 ex-showroom, New Delhi. This is around Rs 10,000 more than the other 110cc entry-level commuter bikes from other brands with identical features. However, the company offers an extended warranty package with a small amount that enhances the reliability and durability factor of the bike.

The target customers of Honda CD 110 Dream are mature riders living in tier 2, tier 3 cities and rural areas. Therefore, the company has made the CD 110 Dream on a robust platform that can handle the road conditions of the rural areas as well.

At the heart of the CD 110 Dream is a fuel-injected, 109.51cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine with a 2-valve SOHC head. This powerplant pumps out a max power of 8.67 bhp at 7500 rpm and a torque of 9.3 Nm at 5500 rpm. There is a 4-speed gearbox that handles the reduction duties. The engine develops adequate low-end torque to potter around the city without any hiccup.

Honda CD 110 Dream is capable of delivering a real-world fuel economy of 65 kmpl while riding in the city limits. This number can be increased on the highways to nearly 68 kmpl. You can extract a riding range of around 690 km from a single tankful of 9.1 litres.

On the dashboard, there is a twin-pod instrument cluster with complete analogue instrumentation with speedometer, odometer and a fuel gauge. A comfortable ride quality is offered by telescopic forks at the front and twin shock absorbers at the rear that takes on the bad patches of roads with ease without unsettling the rider of the bike.

You only get drum brakes on both ends without any option for disc brake at the front. A combined braking system is available as standard fitment that ensures safer braking performance under challenging conditions.

ModelHonda CD 110 Dream
Engine109.51 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power8.67 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque9.30 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
Gearbox4-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
Front Tyre80/100-18 M/C 47P
Rear Tyre80/100-18 M/C 54P
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
CBSYes
Weight112 kg
Fuel Tank9.1 Ltr
Mileage65 kmpl
Top Speed85 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 64,508

TVS Star City Plus

Up next, we have TVS Star City Plus. It is a potent premium commuter bike in the commuter segment and comes with striking design and styling elements that make it stand apart from the other contenders in the market. It is priced at Rs 65,865 ex-showroom, New Delhi which makes it among the most expensive 110cc commuter bikes in the country.

Powering the TVS Star City Plus is an air-cooled, 109.7cc, single-cylinder engine with eco thrust fuel injection system and a 2-valve SOHC head. It generates a max power of 8.08 bhp at 7350 rpm and 8.7 Nm of torque at 4500 rpm. The engine is paired to a 4-speed constant mesh gearbox that is tuned for optimum city performance.

For a commuter bike, the Star City Plus returns a fuel economy in the range of 60-65 kmpl in the city limits while the highway riding can ensure a bit more mileage at a constant speed. There is a 10-litre fuel tank that provides a riding range of more than 600 km from a single tankful without efforts.

Feature-wise, the bike lacks premium elements like full LED headlight and information-packed digital meter console. A semi-digital instrument cluster gets an analogue speedometer with econometer and LCD screen offering odometer and fuel gauge, Unfortunately, there is no trip meter on the dash which is a big let-down for a premium commuter bike

The bike offers plush ride quality which is stable on the bad patches of roads. All this is made possible by telescopic forks at the front and twin shock absorbers at the rear.

On the braking front, you get drum brakes on either end with synchronised braking technology for safer braking and reduced braking distance.

ModelTVS Star City Plus
Engine109.7 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power8.08 bhp @ 7,350 rpm
Torque8.7 Nm @ 4,500 rpm
Gearbox4-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
Front Tyre2.75 X 17" 41P 4PR
Rear Tyre3.0 X 17" 50P 6PR
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
CBSYes
Weight116 kg
Fuel Tank10 Ltr
Mileage71 kmpl
Top Speed90 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 65,865

Honda Activa 6G

Honda Activa 6G is the highest selling scooter in the country due to bulletproof reliability and low maintenance and superior built quality that this scooter offer. Despite a long list of shortcomings, the Activa retained the top position in sales for almost a decade. It is a practical scooter and hundreds of thousands of Indians are familiar with its ride dynamics. It is also among the costliest 110cc scooters in the country with a price tag starting from Rs 66,799 ex-showroom, New Delhi.

The Activa is known for its robust metal body as most of the other scooters are available only with fibre body. It is a tough machine and reliable for daily commuting in any part of the country. There are people who are using Honda Activa is tier 1 cities, tier 2 cities, tier 3 cities as well as in the rural areas.

Honda Activa 6G is propelled by a forced air-cooled, single-cylinder, 109.51cc engine fed by Honda’s PGM-FI fuel injection system with a 2-valve head. This powerplant makes 7.68 bhp at 8000 rpm and a peak torque of 8.79 Nm at 5250 rpm. It is paired to a CVT transmission via a centrifugal clutch. Activa 6G can deliver about 45 kmpl in the city limits. The fuel tank capacity is 5.3 litres which can help in extracting a range of around 230 km from a single tankful.

There are two variants available of the Activa 6G – Standard and Deluxe. The standard variant features halogen headlamp and full analogue instrument cluster while the deluxe variant offers full LED headlight and a semi-digital instrument cluster with real-time and average fuel efficiency readouts. Honda’s ACG silent start system is available on both variants as a standard feature.

It is the first time that Honda Activa comes with all the convenient features such as a 12-inch front wheel, telescopic forks at the front and external fuel filler cap with remote opening. The riding dynamics are far better with ride quality enhanced from the BS4 version of the scooter.

The braking duties are handled by drum brakes on both ends with a combined braking system with equalizer for safer braking performance by reducing the stopping distance.

ModelHonda Activa 6G
Engine109.51 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power7.68 bhp @8,000rpm
Torque8.79 Nm @ 5,250 rpm
GearboxV-Matic
Front SuspensionTelescopic Fork
Rear SuspensionShock Absorber
Front Tyre12 inch
Rear Tyre10 inch
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
CBSYes
Weight107 kg
Fuel Tank5.3 Ltr
Mileage45 kmpl
Top Speed85 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 66,799

Honda Livo

Finally, we have Honda Livo which is the last bike on this list. It is the most expensive 110cc premium bike which touches the 125cc territory. There are a couple of 125cc bikes and scooters that are priced lower than the Honda Livo. It is priced at Rs 70,059 ex-showroom, New Delhi for the drum brake version. If you want better braking power, the disc brake variant of the Livo is priced further up in the bracket.

With all the money what you will get? The Japanese company does not offer full LED headlight but you have to settle with a halogen unit. At the rear also there is a halogen taillight. A premium semi-digital instrument cluster and ACG based silent start system which is jolt-free and devoid of any meshing gears. The design of the bike is appealing to the youth with striking graphics and extended tank shrouds for a further sporty appeal.

At the core of the Honda Livo is a tried and tested 109.51cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder with PGM-FI fuel injection system and a 2-valve SOHC head. This powerplant develops 8.67 bhp of max power at 7500 rpm and 9.3 Nm twisting force at 5500 rpm and is paired to a 4-speed manual transmission. For better highway rideability, the company should have plonked the 5th gear in its gearbox.

Overall, Honda Livo is a commuter bike and thus, it is expected to deliver excellent mileage in the real-world conditions. The premium commuter bike returns an average mileage of around 62 kmpl in city riding while highway riding can see around 65 kmpl. However, with break-neck traffic and bad road conditions, you can expect a mileage of about 60 kmpl. There is a 9-litre fuel tank that can provide a range of more than 550 km from a single tankful.

The instrument cluster of the Livo is a smart-looking semi-digital panel that offers analogue speedometer and an LCD screen provides odometer, trip meters and fuel gauge. You also get an engine kill switch integrated with the starter button.

The telescopic forks at the front and twin shock absorbers at the rear are well-calibrated to provide a comfortable ride experience on the city roads. A softer suspension setup is always useful while taking on the bad roads and sudden jolts are not felt even a city speed. The braking department is taken care of by drum brakes at either end with an option for front disc brake is available for a small premium.

ModelHonda Livo
Engine109.51 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power8.67 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque9.30 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
Gearbox4-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
Front Tyre80/100-18 M/C 47P
Rear Tyre80/100-18 M/C 54P
Front BrakeDrum/Disc
Rear BrakeDrum
CBSYes
Weight115 kg
Fuel Tank9 Ltr
Mileage60 kmpl
Top Speed90 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 70,059

In Conclusion

With this, the comprehensive list of new bikes upto 100cc in India is completed and we tried to mention almost every important point about the bikes. The bikes presented in this list are all commuter bikes and are practical and comfortable in nature.

If you are planning a commuter bike you should first decide your budget including the RTO tax and insurance amount. The accurate information about on-road price can be achieved from your nearby dealer. After that, you should see which bike is fitting your requirement sheet, take test rides of the bikes that you have shortlisted to get a proper feel of the bike.

We hope that after reading this post you can choose the right bike for you according to your requirements and usage pattern. Which one will you choose and why? Do tell us in the comments section below.

Always wear a helmet while riding a motorcycle and follow all the traffic rules. This way we can make our roads safer for all. Stay tuned for more from the motorcycling world at Cars 24 Moto.

100cc and Below Bikes in India Specifications: Engine and Gearbox

ModelEngineCoolingPowerTorqueGearbox
TVS XL10099.7 ccAir-Cooled4.29 bhp @ 6,000 rpm6.5 Nm @ 3,500 rpmAutomatic
Bajaj CT 100102 ccAir-Cooled7.79 bhp @ 7,500 rpm8.34 Nm @ 5,500 rpm4-Speed
Hero HF Deluxe97.2 ccAir-Cooled7.91 bhp @ 8,000 rpm8.05 Nm @ 6,000 rpm4-Speed
Bajaj Platina 100102 ccAir-Cooled7.79 bhp @ 7,500 rpm8.3 Nm @ 5,500 rpm4-Speed
TVS Scooty Pep Plus87.7 ccAir-Cooled5.3 bhp @ 6,500 rpm6.5 Nm @ 3,500 rpmV-Matic
Hero Splendor Plus97.2 ccAir-Cooled7.91 bhp @ 8,000 rpm8.05 Nm @ 6,000 rpm4-Speed
TVS Sport109.7 ccAir-Cooled8.18 bhp @ 7,350 rpm8.7 Nm @ 4,500 rpm4-Speed
Hero Pleasure+110.9 ccAir-Cooled8 bhp @ 7,000 rpm8.7 Nm @ 5,500 rpmV-Matic
TVS Radeon109.7 ccAir-Cooled8 bhp @ 7,350 rpm8.7 Nm @ 4,500 rpm4-Speed
TVS Scooty Zest 110109.7 ccAir-Cooled7.6 bhp @ 7,500 rpm8.8 Nm @ 5,500 rpmV-Matic
Hero Maestro Edge 110110.9 ccAir-Cooled8 bhp @ 7,500 rpm8.75 Nm @ 5,500 rpmV-Matic
Honda Dio109.51 ccAir-Cooled7.65 bhp @ 8,000 rpm9 Nm @ 4,750 rpmV-Matic
TVS Jupiter109.7 ccAir-Cooled7.8 bhp @ 7,000 rpm8.4 Nm @ 5,500 rpmV-Matic
Honda CD 110 Dream109.51 ccAir-Cooled8.67 bhp @ 7,500 rpm9.30 Nm @ 5,500 rpm4-Speed
TVS Star City Plus109.7 ccAir-Cooled8.08 bhp @ 7,350 rpm8.7 Nm @ 4,500 rpm4-Speed
Honda Activa 6G109.51 ccAir-Cooled7.68 bhp @8,000rpm8.79 Nm @ 5,250 rpmV-Matic
Honda Livo109.51 ccAir-Cooled8.67 bhp @ 7,500 rpm9.30 Nm @ 5,500 rpm4-Speed

100cc and Below Bikes in India Specifications: Suspension and Tyres

ModelFront SuspensionRear SuspensionFront TyreRear Tyre
TVS XL100Telescopic ForksTwin Shock2.50 - 16 41L 6PR2.50 - 16 41L 6PR
Bajaj CT 100Telescopic ForksTwin Shock2.75 X 17, 41 P3.00 X 17, 50 P
Hero HF DeluxeTelescopic ForksTwin Shock2.75 x 18 - 4PR/42P2.75 x 18 - 6PR/48P
Bajaj Platina 100Telescopic ForksTwin Shock2.75 X 17, 41 P3.00 X 17, 50 P
TVS Scooty Pep PlusTelescopic ForkShock Absorber10 inch10 inch
Hero Splendor PlusTelescopic ForksTwin Shock80/100-18 M/C 47P80/100-18 M/C 54P
TVS SportTelescopic ForksTwin Shock2.75 x 17" 41P 4PR3.0 x 17" 50P 6PR
Hero Pleasure+Bottom LinkShock Absorber10 inch10 inch
TVS RadeonTelescopic ForksTwin Shock2.75 X 183.00 X 18
TVS Scooty Zest 110Telescopic ForkShock Absorber10 inch10 inch
Hero Maestro Edge 110Telescopic ForkShock Absorber12 inch10 inch
Honda DioTelescopic ForkShock Absorber12 inch10 inch
TVS JupiterTelescopic ForkShock Absorber12 inch12 inch
Honda CD 110 DreamTelescopic ForksTwin Shock80/100-18 M/C 47P80/100-18 M/C 54P
TVS Star City PlusTelescopic ForksTwin Shock2.75 X 17" 41P 4PR3.0 X 17" 50P 6PR
Honda Activa 6GTelescopic ForkShock Absorber12 inch10 inch
Honda LivoTelescopic ForksTwin Shock80/100-18 M/C 47P80/100-18 M/C 54P

100cc and Below Bikes in India Specifications: Brakes and Weight

ModelFront BrakeRear BrakeCBSWeight
TVS XL100DrumDrumYes88 kg
Bajaj CT 100DrumDrumYes114 kg
Hero HF DeluxeDrumDrumYes109 kg
Bajaj Platina 100DrumDrumYes116 kg
TVS Scooty Pep PlusDrumDrumYes93 kg
Hero Splendor PlusDrumDrumYes110 kg
TVS SportDrumDrumYes110 kg
Hero Pleasure+DrumDrumYes104 kg
TVS RadeonDrum/DiscDrumYes116 kg
TVS Scooty Zest 110DrumDrumYes103 kg
Hero Maestro Edge 110DrumDrumYes112 kg
Honda DioDrumDrumYes105 kg
TVS JupiterDrumDrumYes109 kg
Honda CD 110 DreamDrumDrumYes112 kg
TVS Star City PlusDrumDrumYes116 kg
Honda Activa 6GDrumDrumYes107 kg
Honda LivoDrum/DiscDrumYes115 kg

100cc and Below Bikes in India Specifications: Mileage and Price

ModelFuel TankMileageTop SpeedPrice (Ex-showroom Delhi)
TVS XL1004 Ltr51 kmpl60 kmph₹ 43,510
Bajaj CT 10010.5 Ltr75 kmpl90 kmph₹ 45,082
Hero HF Deluxe9.6 Ltr65 kmpl85 kmph₹ 50,200
Bajaj Platina 10011 Ltr77 kmpl85 kmph₹ 50,592
TVS Scooty Pep Plus4.2 Ltr60 kmpl65 kmph₹ 54,374
Hero Splendor Plus9.8 Ltr65 kmpl85 kmph₹ 61,785
TVS Sport10 Ltr75 kmpl90 kmph₹ 56,100
Hero Pleasure+4.8 Ltr45 kmpl80 kmph₹ 57,300
TVS Radeon10 Ltr60 kmpl90 kmph₹ 59,962
TVS Scooty Zest 1105 Ltr60 kmpl85 kmph₹ 61,345
Hero Maestro Edge 1105 Ltr46 kmpl85 kmph₹ 61,950
Honda Dio5.3 Ltr45 kmpl85 kmph₹ 62,229
TVS Jupiter6 Ltr50 kmpl85 kmph₹ 63,497
Honda CD 110 Dream9.1 Ltr65 kmpl85 kmph₹ 64,508
TVS Star City Plus10 Ltr71 kmpl90 kmph₹ 65,865
Honda Activa 6G5.3 Ltr45 kmpl85 kmph₹ 66,799
Honda Livo9 Ltr60 kmpl90 kmph₹ 70,059

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