The Fascino is one of the latest offering by Yamaha in the 110cc automatic scooter range. The Yamaha Fascino Specifications includes a powerful 4-stroke, air-cooled 113cc engine which is combined with a CVT (Continuous Variable Transmission). The engine is able to provide a max power of 7 BHP and a torque limit of 8.1 Nm with a fuel efficiency of 66kmpl. However, a number of other scooters are also making their mark in this price segment. Here are the best Yamaha Fascino rivals you should also be looking at:
Honda Activa 3G
The Honda Activa 3rd Generation is also backed by a single cylinder, 110cc 4-stroke engine as the Yamaha Fascino. The Activa 3G uses the Honda Eco Technology (HET) to improve its fuel efficiency and performance. The engine is able to provide you with a top speed of 80kmph. The scooter is also fitted with combi-brake system of 130 mm drum brakes on both the sides and has a fuel mileage of about 50-55kmpl on average.
The Duet is the 110cc automatic scooter offering by the Hero in Indian market. The engine used in this scooter is a 2-valve, 4-stroke, and 110cc air-cooled engine. As with other rival scooters, the Hero Duet is dual 130 mm drum brakes on both ends. The scooter has a front telescopic fork suspension and is fitted with an air-spring loaded hydraulic suspension. The tyre used in the scooter are tubeless and wheel size is 10-inch is made out of alloys. The fuel tank capacity of the Duet is 6 liters and can provide a mileage of 63kmpl.
TVS launched the Jupiter range of automatic scooter to take on Activa and the Fascino series in the Indian market. The Jupiter is fitted with a slightly smaller 109cc 4-stroke, air-cooled engine and is able to provide a maximum power of 7.80 BHP. The transmission is v-matic transmission for automatic gear change. As with the case of other scooters, the TVS Jupiter is also fitted with drum brakes on both sides to provide road grip and stability. The scooter has a fuel tank capacity of 5 liters and provides an impressive mileage of 62kmpl.
The TVS Wego is another range of 110cc scooter available in the Indian market. It is backed by an 110cc air-cooled engine which is able to provide a maximum power of 8 BHP and a torque of 8 Nm. The scooter also has an under-bone type frame chassis and the front suspension is made out of telescopic fork springs. The rear end is fitted with a spring-loaded hydraulic suspension. To provide stability, the scooter includes 12-inch tubeless tyres on alloy wheels and is combined with drum brakes on both the ends.
Hero Maestro Edge
The Maestro Edge gains a performance boost over the Yamaha Fascino Specifications where despite being a slightly smaller engine at 110cc is still able to provide more power at 8.31 BHP and a max torque of 8.30 Nm. Besides the performance gain, other features in the Maestro Edge includes the presence of drum brakes on both ends, telescopic fork suspension on the front side and a hydraulic spring suspension on the rear end. The Maestro Edge provides the rider with a ground clearance of 155mm and gives you with an efficient fuel mileage of around 55-60kmpl.
The Last Words
Despite having a slightly bigger engine in Yamaha Fascino Specifications, the amount of automatic scooters in the 110cc segment makes the segment very competitive. All the above mentioned options can be viewed as an alternative to the Fascino.