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Upcoming Scooters in India: Expected Launch Date and Price

Team AckoFeb 16, 2024

Scooters are the hottest segments in the Indian two-wheeler market at the moment. Most of the market share in the two-wheeler segment has been occupied by motorcycles for several years now. At the rate the scooter segment has been heating up, that won't be for long. Manufacturers have also noticed this shift and have begun flooding the market with feature-packed models to outdo their competitors. If you are interested in purchasing a new scooter but need help making up your mind about the existing scooters in India, you may be interested in the upcoming scooters. We have listed them with their expected launch date and price.




List of Upcoming Scooters in India 2023

Here is the list of most awaited scooters in India (2023).

Make and Model

Expected Price 

Expected Launch Date

Honda Activa 7G

Rs 75,000 - 95,000

March 2023

Hero Maestro Zoom 110

Rs 75,000 - 80,000

January 2023

Hero Leap Hybrid SES

Rs 75,000 - 1,10,000

June 2023

22Kymco iFlow

Rs 90,000 - 92,000

December 2023

22Kymco X-Town 330i

Rs 1,85,000 - 1,90,000

December 2023

TVS Creon

Rs 1,00,000 - 1,20,000

Mid 2023

Aprilia Maxi Scooter

Rs 1,70,000 - 2,00,000

Late 2023

Suzuki Burgman Streel Electric

Rs 1,00,000 - 1,10,000

January 2023

Vespa GTS 300

Rs 4,50,000 - 5,00,000

June 2023

1. Honda Activa 7G

Activa is a name that needs no introduction. It has been one of the best-selling scooters in India for a long time now. This will be the seventh generation of Activa in the country. Honda has only released a teaser of the scooter on its website, so details are space. We hope that Honda will make up for the features the previous generation lacked, such as Disc brakes up front, alloy wheels and an LED headlight as standard across all variants. 

What we know so far:

  • Expected Price: Rs 75,000 - 95,000

  • Expected Launch Date: March 2023

2. Hero Maestro Zoom 110

The Hero Maestro Zoom 110 is expected to rival the likes of the Honda Dio, the Honda 6G and the TVS Jupiter, the front runners in the 100cc scooter segment. Based on the presentation pictures, Hero appears to have given the Maestro a sporty edge with an aggressive design language. 

What we know so far:

  • Expected Price: Rs 75,000 - 80,000

  • Expected Launch Date: January 2023

  • Engine Capacity: 110 cc

  • Max Power: 8.15 ps

  • Max Torque: 8.75 nm

3. Hero Leap Hybrid SES

The Hero Leap Hybrid SES is one of the first scooters to be developed with hybrid tech. Yes, you heard that right, Hybrid tech in a scooter. Based on what we know now, the scooter will be driven by an 8 KW PMAC motor and will come with an extremely efficient petrol engine that drives a generator to send power to Lithium-ion batteries. There is a three-litre petrol tank to drive the range extender. 

What we know so far:

  • Expected Price: Rs 75,000 - 1,10,000

  • Expected Launch Date: June 2023

  • Engine: 124 cc

  • Electric Motor: 8 kW PMAC Motor

  • Max Power: 10.7 bhp

  • Max Torque: 60 nm

4. 22Kymco iFlow

22Kymco is a new player in the game. The brand 22Kymco came to be in June 2019 as a partnership between KYMCO, a leading Taiwanese professional Powersports brand and an Indian Electric Vehicle (EV) manufacturer, 22Motors. What makes this electric scooter different is that it features KYMCO's swappable IONEX battery system, which means that you don't have to wait for a few hours to charge your battery before you set off again. You can dive up to one of 22Kymco's battery stations, swap your drained battery for a charged one, and set off.

What we know so far:

  • Expected Price: Rs 90,000 - 92,000

  • Expected Launch Date: December 2023

  • Electric Motor: 21 kW PMAC Motor

  • Top Speed: 60 kmph

  • Max Range: 160 km

5. 22Kymco X-Town 300i

The X-Town 330i is 22Kymco's flagship product for the Indian market, and they have gone all out with this one. The X-Town 300i will be a joy to ride in city traffic due to its slick gearbox and will be able to tackle highways just as easily. It will be equipped with twin headlamps, an LED tail lamp, and turn indicators that are flush with the front apron. It will also have a large single-piece seat with a step-up for support and better visibility for the pillion. Up front, it will have 37mm telescopic forks, while the rear is handled by a twin shock absorber setup. The scooter will have disc brakes all around and dual-channel ABS. 

What we know so far:

  • Expected Price: Rs 1,85,000 - 1,90,000

  • Expected Launch Date: December 2023

  • Engine Capacity: 276 cc

  • Max Power: 24.2 bhp

  • Max Torque: 25 nm

6. TVS Creon

The TVS Creon was a concept electric scooter that debuted at the 2018 Auto Expo, and after almost 4 years, the company is getting ready to launch the scooter in 2023. This radical-looking scooter from TVS will most likely share the same platform as the TVS Ntorq. If TVS has decided to use the same power train as it did with the concept, this scooter could have a power output of around 16 PS, which will be able to propel it to the 60 km mark in 5.1 seconds and would most likely have a range of about 80 km. 

What we know so far:

  • Expected Price: Rs 1,00,000 - 1,20,000

  • Expected Launch Date: Mid-2023

7. Aprilia Maxi Scooter

The Aprilia Maxi Scooter was first unveiled in June 2020 for China and is expected to hit our shores in the next few months. This performance scooter is definitely a looker with its aggressive design language and abundance of creases.  A telescopic fork at the front and twin gas-charged shocks at the rear handle suspension duties. Dual-channel ABS is standard on the scooter, as one would expect from a premium maxi-scooter. Range should not be a problem either as it is equipped with a 15-litre fuel tank.  The premium scooter is going to be featured-packed, including a full-colour 7-inch TFT display, two riding modes (Sport and Eco) and a traction control system. 

What we know so far:

  • Expected Price: Rs 1,70,000 - 2,00,000

  • Expected Launch Date: Late 2023

  • Engine Capacity: 244 cc

  • Max Power: 26 bhp

  • Max Torque: 22.5 nm

8. Suzuki Burgman Street Electric

Suzuki is all set to enter the two-wheeler electric scooter market with the electric version of the petrol-powered Burgman Street. The Burgman electric scooter is expected look exactly like its ICE counterparts, with the exception of a new colour scheme not seen on the petrol models to date.  No technical specifications have been released yet, but it is expected to rival the likes of the TVS iCube and the Bajaj Chetak. Since it is visually similar to the Burgman, we can expect to see a telescopic fork and a disc brake upfront.

What we know so far:

  • Expected Price: Rs 1,00,000 - 1,10,000

  • Expected Launch Date: January 2023

9. Vespa GTS 300

The Vespa GTS 300 will be the most powerful scooter in the Indian market upon launch. First showcased at the 2016 Auto Expo in Delhi, the Italian manufacturer has taken its sweet time to bring the GTS 300 to our shores. It will come into India via the CBU (Completely Built Unit) route.  The scooter will be powered by a single-cylinder air-cooled engine mated to a CVT automatic gearbox. The engine is expected to churn out 22 bhp of maximum power and 22.3 nm of torque. The Vespa GTS 300 has no competition in the Indian market at the moment, making it one of the most powerful scooters in India.

What we know so far:

  • Expected Price: Rs 4,50,000 - 5,00,000

  • Expected Launch Date: June 2023

  • Engine Capacity: 278 cc

  • Max Power: 22 bhp

  • Max Torque: 22.3 nm

Here are commonly asked questions about upcoming scooters in India.


Is the Honda Active 7G worth waiting for?

If you have always liked the Honda Activa for its performance and practicality, then you may wait for the 7th generation model, which is expected to be loaded with features. 

Why should I choose an electric scooter over a petrol scooter?

An electric scooter is the best choice if you want to save the environment and money in the long run. The upfront cost of buying an electric scooter is higher, but it more than makes up for it in the long run. 

What is a CBU unit?

CBU stands for Completely Built Unit, as the vehicle is imported and sold in India. 

What are the types of two-wheeler insurance policies available for scooters?

Bike insurance is of two types. Third-party Insurance Policy and Comprehensive Insurance Policy. Third-party insurance is the legal minimum in India and does not cover your vehicle's damages. 

Which bike insurance should I get for a Vespa GTS 300?

Comprehensive Insurance Policy is ideal for a premium vehicle such as the Vespa. It covers you in case your vehicle is stolen and damaged due to accidents or natural and manmade calamities. It also covers damages due to a fire.

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Disclaimer: The content on this page is generic and shared only for informational and explanatory purposes. It is based on several secondary sources on the internet and is subject to changes. Please consult an expert before making any related decisions.


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