Top upcoming scooters in India in 2018-19
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Top upcoming scooters in India in 2018-19: The current year will see a lot of scooters making their way to India. Here we have listed the top ones and all of them were showcased at the Auto Expo 2018. From all-new Suzuki Swish 125 to Hero Duet 125, 2018 seems to offer a lot to the customers.


The automatic scooter segment in India has seen a tremendous growth in the last few years. The Auto Expo 2018 has seen the unveiling of multiple scooters that will be launched in India in the coming months. The said segment is dominated by Activa but now manufacturers are launching their products to grab a good share. The year 2018 looks promising in terms of scooter launches and interesting, most of them will be 125cc ones. Suzuki will launch its all-new Swish 125 next year in India after having launched the Burgman Street recently. Besides, there were many more at the motor show like the Hero Duet 125 that will be launched in India in the months to come. Here is the list of top such scooters that will head to our markets soon.
Hero Duet 125
Hero MotoCorp showcased the Duet 125 automatic scooter at the Auto Expo 2018. The scooter is bolder than the standard 110cc model and its gets a chrome finish at the front that might remind you of the Honda Activa 125. Besides, the new Hero Duet 125 now gets the company's patented 13s technology that results in fuel saving. This is the first time that the company has employed the iSmart technology in one of the scooters. Prime highlights of the new Hero Duet 125 include boot light, mobile charging point, side stand indicator and a lot more.
Hero Maestro Edge 125
Besides the new Duet 125, the company had showcased the new Maestro Edge 125 at the biennial event with almost the similar USPs as the former. The new Hero Maestro Edge 125 has been equipped with the same 125cc engine that runs the Duet 125. Also, this one comes with i3s technology for the conservation of fuel. The price of the new Maestro Edge 125 will be announced in the coming weeks. Expect the figure to stay close to Rs 58,000 (ex-showroom).
2018 Suzuki Swish 125
Suzuki launched the new Burgman Street in India recently and now, it is aiming at the launch of all-new Swish 125 sometime next year. The Suzuki Swish was discontinued from the Indian market a few months back due to poor sales and the company has decided to give it a heavy makeover with a hope of better sales. The 2018 Suzuki Swish 2018 was showcased for the first time at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. One of the most prominent highlights of the new Suzuki Swish is the GSX inspired headlamp that gives it a sporty appeal. The price of the scooter in India is expected close to Rs 60,000 (ex-showroom) and it will rival the likes of Honda Activa 125 and TVS Ntorq 125.



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