The trade of automatic scooters is increasing day to day in both domestic market and international market. After the Activa, other two-wheeler companies are trying to manufacture those scooters, which give the comfortable ride, easy handling on pit road. In the market, a number of scooters are available for the buyers between high to low price segments. But we are confused to find the best one. Here is the solution, we took famous scooter Honda Activa 125 and newly launched Aprilia SR150 and try to compare all deep points.
As we know the name of Activa. It is very popular in the mid segment scooter segment since last 15 years. On 28 April 2014, Honda launched Activa 125 in the market under the 125 scooter segment. But the competitor Aprilia is introduced newly launched scooter named as SR 150 against Activa 125. The Aprilia SR 150 is the first scooter of the Italian brand, which is manufactured in Piaggio India plant at Baramati, Maharashtra.
Let’s check the report below:
Engine: Aprilia SR 150 vs Honda Activa 125
Activa 125 is equipped with 124.9 4-stroke, SI cylinder, BS-IV, which offers outstanding performance and power with fan cooled engine. It produces 8.52 BHP of power and 10.54 NM of torque with new HET technology and offers 55 KMPL mileage in a single run.
Whereas the new Aprilia 150 is equipped with 149.4cc SOHC four stroke air cooled engine which develops more power and torque. The company claimed 56 KMPL mileage in the city within a single run.
Design: Aprilia SR 150 vs Honda Activa 125
The design of Activa 125 is quite different to other Honda running scooters. At the front side, the company gives a new V-shaped design, which easily catches mass attraction. For the safe riding, the company loaded 5-spoke alloy wheels which give a robust look. It is best for riding on any type of road condition. The company added stylish and premium Activa 3d emblem logo, LED Chrome Chest , mobile charging socket with 18l storage space as well.
The Aprilia SR 150 gets break style twin apron headlight at the front, turn indicators on the handle bar and long and comfortable seat for any type of road condition. And also get the black stylish alloy wheel. Aprilia SR 150 gets red cool graphics and dual seat, they all add an extra star to the looks.
Instrument: Aprilia SR 150 vs Honda Activa 125
The Activa 125 gets attractive and stylish analogue, a digital speedometer which gives all the details you need. On the dashboard, we have seen an analogue speedometer and another is digital fuel meter. Whereas the SR 150 is equipped with a twin pod analogue meter, first is a speedometer and another is fuel gauge and odometer with various tell-tale light.
Brakes and Suspension: Aprilia SR 150 vs Honda Activa 125
For the safe riding, HMSI has loaded a Drum 130mm/ Disc 190mm at the front side and 130mm drum at the rear with CBS in Activa 125. The telescopic suspension at the front and spring loaded hydraulic type at the rear helps to give a smooth and comfortable ride any type of road condition.
On the other hand, the Aprilia SR 150 is equipped with the 220mm disc at the front and 140mm drum at the rear which helps to give a safe ride on the Indian roads. The telescopic suspension at the front and mono shock unit suspension at the rear help to give a super balance on the Indian pit roads.
Color and Price: Aprilia SR 150 vs Honda Activa 125
The HMSI has decided on Activa 125 ex-showroom price in New Delhi at Rs 56,954 in the stranded version and 61,362 the Deluxe version. The company offers it in four attractive colours like a Rebel Red Metallic, Midnight Blue Metallic, Pearl Amazing White and Black.
Whereas, the Aprilia SR 150 is launched at Rs 65,000 ex-showroom price in Mumbai. It available in White and black colours which are attracting to youngsters.
A standard motorcycle is a first choice of every practical person, Because standard bikes are less in price, comfortably close handlebars, foot pegs and high in good mileage. Mostly standard bikes are best for village roads and comfortable riding.
In today’s world many standard bikes come in 100cc segment but choosing a best standard bike is a difficult task. Here we talk about two common famous automobile brands in 110cc segment, such as Hero Splendor iSmart 110 and TVS Star City Plus. While the TVS Star City Plus is an old motorcycle in the market and Splendor iSmart 110 is a newly launched. So this post will help you to choose better one.
The iSmart 110 is a newly launched in Delhi by the Hero Motocorp. The motorcycle has i3S technology (Ideal Start Stop System) that shuts the engine when stop the bike and improve the fuel efficiency. This is the first self developed in-house manufacturer motorcycle by Hero Motocorp after split from Honda.
The motorcycle has 110cc Engine displacement with air cooled 4 stroke, single cylinder, OHC which produce 9.40 BHP of power at 7500 RPM and 9 Nm of torque at 5500 RPM. The engine mated to 4speed gearbox that transfer power to the rear wheel. The bike measure a length of 2015 mm, width of 770 mm and height of 1055 mm, wheelbase of 1245 mm, and ground clearance of 165 mm which make very perfect for off road riding. According to safety, this bike has 130 mm front and 110mm rear drum brakes,It keeps front telescopic suspension and rear swing arm that give a safe ride. This bike valued INR 53,300 (Ex-showroom Delhi).
The TVS Star City Plus is the most famous bike that was launched by the TVS Motor India in the May 2014. The TVS Star City Plus is featured with new dynamic graphics and brown golden color that make it looks very stunning from every dimension. The bikes ride has single seat and of course riding quality is very excellent. TVS Star City Plus is powered by 109cc, 4stroke, Eco Thrust BS IV engine which come with improvement to fuel economy.
The bike measure a length of 1980 mm, width of 750 mm and height of 1080 mm, wheelbase of 1260 mm, and ground clearance of 172 mm which make very perfect for off road riding. In safety features this bike also has 130 drum brake at front and 110 drum brake at rear, telescopic suspension at front, 5 step adjustable hydrolic suspension at rear and front and rear drum brakes.