Price list: 2024 Best 125cc scooters in Nepal

2024 Best 125cc scooters in Nepal.
2024 Best 125cc scooters in Nepal.

Scooters are always one of the best and favoured two-wheeler means of transport. Even though motorbikes are more popular, scooters get a bit of the edge with the extra storage compartment and footrest. These two-wheelers are popular as family means of transportation, fuel efficiency and easy to ride.

The scooter segment has a range of options: electric, maxi, performance and retro. The electric scooter range has recently been taking over the market with a range of options. Even though the electric range is popular, combustion engine options are still popular.

The 125cc segment has recently become quite popular in Nepal for its power and performance. So here we have listed the best 125cc scooter options in Nepal.

List of 125cc scooters in Nepal

1Honda Grazia BS6STD: Rs 282,900
DLX: Rs 302,900
2Aprilia SR 125Rs 288,900
3Benelli Panerea 125Rs 299,900
4Honda Dio 125 STD: Rs 299,900
DLX: Rs 315,900
5Suzuki AvenisRs 299,900
6Yamaha RayZR 125 FI Street Rally Hybrid BS6Rs 314,900
7TVS Ntorq XPRs 320,900

1. Honda Grazia BS6

First on the list of 125cc scooters in Nepal is Honda Grazia BS6. The scooter was launched in 2017 in India and has received a wide range of appreciation ever since. The scooter’s design, performance and mileage helped it gain more attention and popularity among many people.

DimensionsLength: 1829mm
Width: 707mm
Height: 1167mm
Wheelbase1260 mm
Ground clearance171 mm
Kerb weight108 kg
Fuel tank capacity5.3 litres
Engine displacement124 cc
Maximum power6.07 kW @ 6000 rpm
Maximum torque10.3 Nm @ 5000 rpm
Compression ratio10:1
Bore x Stroke50 mm x 63.1mm
FrameUnder Bone
SuspensionFront: Telescopic
Rear: 3 Step Adjustable, Spring Loaded Hydraulic Type
TyresFront: 90/90-12 54J
Rear: 90/100-10 53J
BrakesFront: Disc-190 mm
Rear: Drum-130 mm
Battery12V, 5.0 Ah
Boot space21 litres
ColoursPearl Siren Blue | Pearl Spartan Red | Matte Cyber Yellow | Matte Axis Grey Metallic
PriceSTD: 305,900
DLX: 302,900

The Honda Grazia BS6 is a compact scooter with a wheelbase of 1260 mm and a ground clearance of 171 mm. It weighs in at 108 kg with a fuel tank capacity of 5.3 litres offering mileage of about 60 km/l. It is equipped with a 124 cc engine, which delivers a maximum power of 6.07 kW at 6000 rpm and a maximum torque of 10.3 Nm at 5000 rpm. The engine has a compression ratio of 10:1, a bore of 50 mm and a stroke of 63.1 mm. It meets BS6 emission standards for reducing pollution levels.

The Honda Grazia BS6 features an underbone frame. The suspension setup includes telescopic suspension at the front and a 3-step adjustable, spring-loaded hydraulic at the rear. Its tyres are sized at 90/90-12 54J for the front and 90/100-10 53J for the rear. For braking, it is equipped with a 190 mm disc brake at the front and a 130 mm drum brake at the rear. It has an ample boot space of 21 litres. It is available in Pearl Siren Blue, Pearl Spartan Red, Matte Cyber Yellow, and Matte Axis Grey Metallic colour options.

The Honda Grazia BS6 is available in two options; STD which costs Rs 282,900 and DLX which costs Rs 302,900.

2. Aprilia SR 125

The Italian manufacturer Aprilia has a rich history in the two-wheeler segment. Aprilia has won multiple racing championships and has given tough competition to other manufacturers all around the world. Delta Aurtocorp officially distributes Aprilia with Vespa scooters in Nepal. Aprilia has a range of scooters from 125cc to 160cc in Nepal. The one in the 125cc segment includes the SR 125 and the Storm 125. The SR 125 and Storm 125 share many similar specs but differ in features. Let us see what the SR 125 delivers in terms of specs.

Ground clearance 155 mm
Seat height780 mm
Tank capacity6 litres
Kerb Weight118 kg
Engine displacement124.5 cc
Maximum power9.92 PS @ 7700 rpm
Maximum torque9.7 Nm @ 6000 rpm
SuspensionFront: Telescopic fork
Rear: Mono Shock
BrakesFront: 220 mm, Disc
Rear: 140 mm, Drum
TyreFront: 120/70-14
Rear: 120/80-12
ColoursBlue | Yellow | Black
Price Rs 288,900

The Aprilia SR 125 is a sleek and agile scooter, featuring a ground clearance of 155 mm and a seat height of 780 mm. The scooter has a sporty look with the iconic Aprilia styling. It has a tank capacity of 6 litres and a kerb weight of 118 kg. A 124.5 cc engine powers it and delivers impressive performance with a maximum power of 9.92 PS at 7700 rpm and a maximum torque of 9.7 Nm at 6000 rpm. The power and torque are nimble and enough for city rides and short rides.

The scooter is equipped with a telescopic fork suspension at the front and a mono-shock suspension at the rear. Its braking system consists of a 220 mm disc brake at the front and a 140 mm drum brake at the rear. The front and rear tyres are sized at 120/70-14 and 120/80-12 respectively. It is available in three colours; blue, yellow, and black.

The Aprilia SR 125 is available in Nepal for Rs 288,900 for the available option.

3. Benelli Panerea 125

Another Italian origin on the list of 125cc scooters is Benelli. Benelli also shares the rich history from the start with classic bikes. Benelli has been quite successful in Nepal with the Benelli 302s, the two-cylinder naked sports bike has been one of the most loved middle-weight naked bikes in the segment competing with the likes of the KTM Duke 390 and BMW 310 R which have their reputation in the segment. Benelli hasn’t flourished in the scooter segment, but heads are surely turning with its only option, the Benelli Panarea 125.

Photo: Benelli
EngineSingle-cylinder, 2-valve, 4-stroke, FI
DimensionSeat height: 780mm
Width: 685mm
Wheelbase: 1270mm
Ground clearance: 125mm
Displacement125 cc
Starting mechanismElectric and kick
Cooling systemAir-cooled
Maximum power8.5 PS@ 7500 rpm
Maximum torque9.2Nm @ 6000rpm
Top speed90kmph
Fuel tank capacity4.6L
Expected mileage50 kmpl
ChassisRocker frame
SuspensionFront: Telescopic fork
Rear: Rear swing arm
BrakeFront: Disc, 190mm
Rear: Drum, 130mm
TyreFront: 100/90-12 tubeless
Rear: 110/90-12 tubeless
Dry weight104kg
Under-seat storage12 litres
ColoursYellow | Black | Blue | White
PriceRs 299,900

The Benelli Panarea 125 combines retro aesthetics with a modern touch. It sports unibody styling, LED headlamps at the front, and a curvy yet sporty body design for classic charm and contemporary appeal. It has a Euro 4 certified 125cc engine delivering 8.5 PS of power and 9.2Nm of torque, mated to a CVT transmission and a 4.6-litre fuel tank.

Safety features include a front 190mm disc brake and rear 130mm drum brakes, supported by a rocker frame chassis, telescopic fork suspension at the front, and a swing arm at the rear. Amenities include a 12-litre under-seat storage, LED lighting, hazard light switch, engine kill switch, dual front storage pockets, USB charging port, and alloy wheels. The Benelli Panarea is available in three colour options; Yellow, Blue, Black and White.

The Benelli Panarea 125 costs Rs 299,900 in Nepal.

4. Honda Dio 125

One of the most popular in this list of best 125cc scooters in Nepal is the Honda Dio 125. The Dio has been popular for a long time in Nepal for its sharp looks and mileage performance. The scooter is also popular for its reliability, lower maintenance cost and service cost. With the changes in scooters, the Honda Dio has also got modern aesthetics and features. Let us see what the scooter offers.

DimensionsLength: 1,830mm
Width: 707mm
Height: 1,172mm
Ground Clearance171mm
Kerb weight104 kg
Engine type4-stroke, SI Engine
Engine capacity123.92 cc
Maximum power6.09 kW @ 6250 rpm
Maximum torque10.4 Nm @ 5000 rpm
Fuel systemPGM-FI fuel injection
Top speed95 kmph
Fuel tank5.3 litres
Mileage48 kmpl
SuspensionFront: Telescopic
Rear: 3-Step Adjustable Spring Loaded Hydraulic
BrakeFront: Disc
Rear: Drum
TyreFront: 90-12 54J
Rear: 100-10 53J
Instrument clusterDigital
Boot space18 litres
ColoursSports Red | Pearl Nightstar Black | Pearl Siren Blue | Matte Marvel Blue Metallic | Matte Sangria Red Metallic | Pearl Deep Ground Grey | Matte Axis Grey Metallic
PriceStandard: Rs 299,000
Deluxe: Rs 309,000

The Honda Dio 125 has a modernized appearance, blending elements from its predecessor and the Honda Grazia. It features fibre parts for reduced weight and improved performance. It has a V-shaped LED DRL with separate LED headlights. The rear end showcases a fresh look inspired by the Grazia, with halogen indicators and taillight, complemented by dual-tone colour options and chrome accents for added style.

It is available in Standard and Deluxe variants, the Dio 125 offers key distinctions such as remote keyless features in the Deluxe variant, while both models share a digital instrument cluster similar to the Honda Grazia. It has ample storage including an 18-litre boot space and a glove box.

The scooter is powered by a 123.92 cc engine, delivering 6.09 kW of power and 10.4 Nm of torque, ensuring efficient city rides. It is equipped with features like PGM-FI fuel injection, automatic transmission, and a Combi-braking system for smooth and reliable performance on the road. It is supported by front telescopic suspension and a 3-step adjustable rear suspension. The Honda Dio 125 is available in 7 colour options; Sports Red, Pearl Nightstar Black, Pearl Siren Blue, Matte Marvel Blue Metallic, Matte Sangria Red Metallic, Pearl Deep Ground Grey and Matte Axis Grey Metallic.

The Honda Dio 125 is available in two variants in Nepal; Std which costs Rs 299,000 and Dlx which costs Rs 309,000.

5. Suzuki Avenis

Suzuki Avenis is next on the list of the best 125cc scooters. With its modern looks and aesthetics, The scooter has slowly got attention in the Nepali market. The scooter has a reliable performance-oriented engine which is nimble. The contemporary looks and features comply with the engine for a complete packaged experience. The Avenis competes directly with the TVS Ntorq, the most popular 125cc performance-oriented scooter. Let us see what the scooter delivers.

DimensionsLength: 1895 mm
Width: 710 mm
Height: 1175 mm
Weight106 kg
Ground clearance160 mm
Wheelbase1265 mm
Engine type4-Stroke, 1 Cylinder, Air Cooled, SOHC, 2 Valve
Engine displacement124 cc
Maximum power8.7 ps @6750 rpm
Maximum torque10.0N – m @ 5500 rpm
Bore x Stroke52.5mm x 57.4 mm
Transmission typeCVT
SuspensionFront: Telescopic
Rear: Swing Arm
BrakesFront: Disc
Rear: Drum
TyresFront: 90/90-12 – Tubeless
Rear: 90/100-10 – Tubeless
Battery12V, 4Ah
ColourGreen | Red | Black | White
PriceRs 299,900

The Suzuki Avenis has a sporty modern styling with an LED headlamp setup and sharp edges. The scooter weighs in at 106 kg which is aided by a ground clearance of 160 mm and a wheelbase of 1265 mm. Its 4-stroke, 1 Cylinder, air-cooled engine with SOHC and 2 valves delivers reliable power, with a displacement of 124 cc. The engine delivers a maximum power of 8.7 ps at 6750 rpm and a torque of 10.0N – m at 5500 rpm, providing efficient performance for daily commutes and rides.

The scooter is equipped with a CVT transmission for automatic gear shifting, while its suspension system is handled by a Telescopic at the front and a Swing Arm at the rear. Safety features include a front disc brake and a rear drum brake, providing reliable stopping power when needed. The scooter rides on tubeless tyres, with dimensions of 90/90-12 at the front and 90/100-10 at the rear. It is available in four colour options; Green, Red, Black, and White.

The Suzuki Avenis is available in Nepal for Rs 299,900.

6. Yamaha RayZR 125 FI Street Rally Hybrid BS6

Yamaha’s RayZR 125 FI Street Rally Hybrid BS6 is the first-ever hybrid scooter available in Nepal. RayZR has always been competing in the top tier of scooters alongside Honda. RayZR also has a healthy lineup in Nepal from 113cc to 125cc and hybrid. The RayZR hybrid is available in two options; 125 FI Hybrid BS6 and 125 FI Street Rally Hybrid BS6. The Street Rally BS6 offers better styling along with brushed handlebars. The RayZR lineup is quite confusing with the difference in features.

DimensionsLength: 1880mm
Width: 750mm
Height: 1190mm
Weight99 kg
Ground clearance145 mm
Seat height785 mm
Wheelbase 1280 mm
Fuel tank capacity 5.2L
Engine capacity 125 cc
Maximum power6.0kW (8.2PS)/6500 rpm
Maximum torque10.3 Nm/5000 rpm
Bore52.4 mm
Compression ratio10.2:
Transmission typeV-belt automatic
TyresFront: 90/90-12 Tubeless
Rear: 110/90-10 Tubeless
BrakesFront: Disc/Drum
Rear: Drum
SuspensionFront: Telescopic fork
Rear: Unit Swing
ColoursOrange | Green | Light Grey Vermillion | Matte Black
PriceRs 314,900

The Yamaha RayZR 125 FI Street Rally Hybrid BS6 is a lightweight scooter weighing just 99 kg. It has a ground clearance of 145 mm and a seat height of 785 mm, ensuring a comfortable ride. Its compact wheelbase of 1280 mm enhances manoeuvrability. It is equipped with a fuel tank capacity of 5.2 litres and powered by a 125 cc engine, the RayZR 125 FI delivers a balanced blend of efficiency and performance. With a maximum power output of 6.0 kW (8.2 PS) at 6500 rpm and a torque of 10.3 Nm at 5000 rpm, it offers smooth acceleration and responsive throttle control for urban commutes.

The scooter features a V-belt automatic transmission, ensuring a hassle-free riding experience in stop-and-go traffic conditions. Its tubeless tyres, with dimensions of 90/90-12 at the front and 110/90-10 at the rear, provide reliable grip and stability on various road surfaces. The RayZR 125 FI comes equipped with front disc brakes or drum brakes, depending on the variant, providing efficient stopping power when needed. The suspension system comprises telescopic forks at the front and a unit swing rear suspension, offering a comfortable and stable ride over bumps and potholes. Available in vibrant colours such as Orange, Green, Light Grey Vermillion, and Matte Black.

7. TVS Ntorq XP

The most popular and powerful 125cc scooter on the list is the TVS Ntorq RTFI BS6. The Ntorq has gained popularity quickly ever since its release in 2018 in India. The scooter brought many modern features to the scooter segment including Bluetooth connectivity, an engine kill switch, etc. The scooter has been widely loved for its powerful performance and torque. There are many versions in Nepal including the Ntorq disc, Ntorq drum, Ntorq race edition, Ntorq RTFI BS6 and Ntorq XP. The Ntorq XP stands as the most powerful scooter with over 10hp maximum power.

DimensionsHeight: 1164 mm
Length: 1861mm
Width: 710 mm
Ground clearance155 mm
Wheelbase1285 mm
Fuel tank5.8 litres
Engine type3 Valve, Single Cylinder, 4 – Stroke, SI, Air Cooled, Fuel Injected
Engine capacity124.8cc
Maximum power10.2 PS @ 7000 rpm / 10.06 hp @ 7000 rpm
Maximum torque10.8 Nm @ 5500 rpm
FrameHigh Rigidity Under Bone Tubular Type
SuspensionFront: Telescopic Suspension with Hydraulic Dampers
Rear: Coil spring with Hydraulic Dampers
Wheel12-inch Diamond Cut Alloys
TyresFront:100 / 80-12 Tubeless
Rear 110 / 80-12 Tubeless
BrakesFront: Disc 220mm with SBT
Rear: Dia Drum 130mm
ColoursSporty Red
PriceRs 320,900

The Ntorq XP is more sporty and race-oriented than the other Ntorq in the lineup. It features the signature T-shaped LED headlamps, race-inspired colours, and bold red wheels. It has large diamond-cut alloys, chunky tyres, and a gaming console-inspired speedometer for modern touch and features. It weighs 116 kg and has a ground clearance of 155 mm long with a wheelbase of 1285 mm.

The scooter has a fuel tank capacity of 5.8 litres. Its 3-valve, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine with fuel injection technology delivers a punchy performance with an engine capacity of 124.8cc. It delivers a maximum power output of 10.2 PS at 7000 rpm and a torque of 10.8 Nm at 5500 rpm.

The TVS Ntorq is constructed with a high-rigidity under-bone tubular frame for stability and durability. Its suspension system includes a telescopic suspension with hydraulic dampers at the front and a coil spring with hydraulic dampers at the rear. The scooter rides on 12-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels paired with tubeless tyres sized 100 / 80-12 at the front and 110.80-12 at the rear. For braking, it features a 220mm disc with SBT (Synchronized Braking Technology) at the front and a 130mm Dia drum at the rear.

The TVS Ntorq XP is available in one colour option; Sporty Red and costs Rs 320,900 in Nepal.

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