Best 110cc Bikes in India 2020-21 - Price, Mileage, Specifications, Colors, Images
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Best 110cc Bikes in India 2020-21 – Price, Mileage, Specifications, Colors, Images

Gone are the days when our first choice was a 100cc bike due to their high fuel efficiency. Back then, there was no option between 100cc and 125cc and the premium commuter bikes with 125cc engine delivered a significantly lower fuel mileage. But now, you have a 110cc segment where you will get better city rideability and performance than the 100cc bikes and higher fuel efficiency than the 125cc segment. Check out the price list of 110cc bikes in India in 2020-21.

Best 110cc Bikes Price List in India

ModelPrice (Ex-showroom Delhi)
Bajaj CT 110₹ 46,259
TVS Sport₹ 54,850
TVS Radeon₹ 60,442
Bajaj Platina 110 H-Gear₹ 62,963
TVS Jupiter₹ 63,852
TVS Star City Plus₹ 63,995
Honda CD 110 Dream₹ 64,505
Hero Maestro Edge₹ 64,850
Hero Splendor iSmart₹ 65,950
Hero Passion Pro₹ 66,500
Honda Activa 6G₹ 69,116
Honda Livo₹ 70,056

A 110cc bike offers nearly the same fuel efficiency as its 100cc counterpart keeping them on the same page. Also, the 110cc bikes provide better initial pickup and roll-on acceleration which aids in tackling city traffic during daily commuting. The prices difference between these two segments is also nearly similar thus the choosing one bike from a long list becomes confusing for a regular buyer.

Many bikes have been discontinued due to the BS6 emission norms and certain models ditched their old 100cc engines and relaunched with bigger 110cc engine without many hikes in the price tag. With the addition of a fuel injection system in all the entry-level bikes, the mileage of these bikes has claimed to be increased.

The features on in this segment starting from all bare basic to premium style with the semi-digital instrument panel and front disc brake. Let’s go through each bike in the 110cc segment and understand what each motorcycle has to offer. At the ends of this article, you will be able to decide on a final bike for you according to your needs.

Bajaj CT110

Bajaj CT 110 is the most affordable 110cc bike in India in the new BS6 era. The bike is so affordable that it undercuts some of the 100cc bikes in the commuter segment. Also, Bajaj’s robust and rugged build quality has made CT 110 a bike that is cherished in the tier 3 cities and rural areas. The Bajaj CT 110 is an upgraded version of the CT 100 and is fitted with a larger engine delivering additional power and enhanced performance. The price of CT 110 starts from Rs 46,259 ex-showroom, New Delhi.

Bajaj CT 110 - Best 110cc Bikes in India

CT 110 is moved by an air-cooled, 115.45cc, single-cylinder engine with a 2-valve head and SOHC setup. This fuel-injected powerplant develops a maximum power of 8.48 bhp at 7000 rpm and a peak torque of 9.81 Nm at 5000 rpm. Transmission duties are handled by a 4-speed gearbox connected to a multi-plate clutch.

A pair of telescopic forks are present at the front end while twin shock absorbers do the job at the rear. The twin shock absorbers are comprised of a rather unique spring in the spring suspension system. This has one hard spring and one soft spring making up a single piece which delivers supreme comfort to the rider on any type of road, be it city road, a bad patch of road, rural roads or no roads at all.

CT 110 comes with a long and flat single-piece seat which has ample space for two riders. The seat height is accessible to short riders and the ladies as well. The core focus of the CT 110 is the fuel efficiency as it is engineered to return an impressive fuel economy of anywhere near to 70 km per litre.

However, in the real-world scenario things changes, a bit and mileage would drop to about 60 km per litre with a light throttle. Going by this, the 10.5-litre fuel tank can let you ride for theoretically for about 735 km effortlessly. The real-world range should be around 600 km from a single tankful.

When we talk about the features, the CT 110 is a bare-basic commuter bike. All you get is an analogue speedometer, odometer and a fuel gauge clearly settled on a two-pod instrument cluster. Rest of the nicks are completed by tell-tale lights.

All in all, the new Bajaj CT 110 is a bike which is made especially for the mature riders with families. It is high on practicality, comfort and fuel efficiency.  The maintenance of the CT 110 is also on the lower side. You should consider Bajaj CT 110 if you are looking for an affordable 110cc motorcycle.

ModelBajaj CT 110
Engine115.45 cc
Power8.48 bhp @ 7,000 rpm
Torque9.81 Nm @ 5,000 rpm
Gearbox4-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoShock
WheelsAlloy
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
Weight116 kg
Fuel Tank10.5 Ltr
Mileage70 kmpl
Range735 km
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 46,259

TVS Sport

Next, we have TVS Sport. It is the bike that has ditched the old 100cc engine and accepted the newly updated 110cc BS6 compliant engine which also works in other TVS bikes. The reason is, the company didn’t want to reduce its portfolio without spending too much in the process. Therefore, the 110cc motor that was upgraded for the other bikes in the Company’s line-up was plonked in the TVS Sport. Despite a larger engine and better performance, the price change was kept to a minimum in a bid to attract more customers to this highly fuel-efficient commuter motorcycle.

TVS Sport - Best 110cc Bikes in India

In the BS6 avatar, the TVS Sport gets an updated 109.7cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine fitted with a 2-valve head. This powerplant now churns out a max power of 8.18 bhp at 7350 rpm and a peak torque of 8.7 Nm which arrives at a low engine speed of 4500 rpm. The availability of torque at such a low rpm makes TVS Sport a breeze to ride in the urban traffic. The engine is mated to a 4-speed gearbox which is optimised for city riding conditions.

Even with a larger engine, the TVS Sport is capable of delivering a mileage of 75 km per litre which is best among the competition. You can get a riding range of about 750 km with a fuel tank of 10 litres with TVS Sport. This translates into a full month worth of range if your ride 25 km per day. We would like to inform you that real-world fuel efficiency may differ from the official numbers due to a number of factors. Expect anywhere near to 60-65 km per litre in real-world riding scenario.

The features list on the TVS Sport is a bit deficient as it a bike selling only on the terms of fuel efficiency and ease of city riding. There is a fully analogue instrument panel like other entry-level 110cc bikes in the segment. You will have to be content with a speedometer, odometer and an analogue fuel gauge. Apart from this, you get regular tell-tale lights.

On the dashboard, you get an econometer which shows you the eco and the power mode while riding. This will help you in keeping an eye on the fuel economy mode of the bike.

The motorcycle is suspended on telescopic forks at the front and twin shock absorbers at the rear. The suspension is tuned to provide all0round comfort on city roads as well as bad patches of broken roads and potholes. Braking performance comes from a pair of drum brakes on both ends. The braking is accompanied by a synchronised braking system which keeps the bike in control under hard braking.

The best part of all-new BS6 TVS Sport is that it doesn’t require high maintenance and offers comfortable rides in the city with high mileage. The starting price of TVS Sport is Rs 54,850 ex-showroom Delhi.

ModelTVS Sport
Engine109.7 cc
Power8.18 bhp @ 7,350 rpm
Torque8.7 Nm @ 4,500 rpm
Gearbox4-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
WheelsAlloy
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
Weight110 kg
Fuel Tank10 Ltr
Mileage75 kmpl
Range750 km
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 54,850

TVS Radeon

After TVS Sport, comes the Radeon. TVS Radeon is a no-nonsense bike for Indian families. It is a commuter bike with all the essential commuting bits including high fuel efficiency, practicality as well as comfort for the rider. The bike is designed and developed completely in India with a focus on practicality that Indian families seek in a motorcycle. The high reliability of TVS engine has won lakhs of hearts in the country since the bike was launched.

TVS Radeon - Best 110cc Bikes in India

The Radeon is fitted with a single-cylinder, 109.7cc, air-cooled engine and comes with a 2-valve head. This engine is fuelled by TVS’ own Eco Thrust Fuel injection system which is tuned to provide the highest possible mileage during urban and highway rides. This powerplant is tuned to develop a maximum power of 8 bhp of power at 7350 rpm and max torque of 8.7 Nm at 4500 rpm. The engine is paired to a 4-speed gearbox with gear ratios suitable for city riding.

There are three variants of Radeon available in the market. In one, you get better paint scheme and the top of the line variant comes with a front disc brake for enhanced braking performance. The price of TVS Radeon starts from reasonable Rs 60,442 ex-showroom, New Delhi.

You get a comfortable single piece seat which is has balanced padding for long-duration rides as well as soft enough for comfortable rides over time. The rear grab rails are made of steel which makes it possible to tug extra luggage for convenience. There are telescopic forks at the front and twin shock absorbers at the rear which are tuned for Indian roads and terrain. The bike takes on the potholes and bad patches of road with confidence without unsettling the rider.

Another important factor for Radeon to be a popular commuter bike is a high fuel economy. The bike is said to deliver about 60 km per litre in real-world riding conditions. You can ride for about 600 km before you need to fill in again.

The instrument cluster of the Radeon looks appealing even being an all analogue unit. There are no edgy technological features present in the bike as it gets a speedometer, odometer and a fuel gauge. Rest of the lights on the dashboard are usual tell-tale lights for additional and important information. TVS Radeon has all it takes to capture a good market share in the 110cc bikes with around 20,000 sales per month.

ModelTVS Radeon
Engine109.7 cc
Power8 bhp @ 7,350 rpm
Torque8.7 Nm @ 4,500 rpm
Gearbox4-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
WheelsAlloy
Front BrakeDrum/Disc
Rear BrakeDrum
Weight116 kg
Fuel Tank10 Ltr
Mileage60 kmpl
Range600 km
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 60,442

Bajaj Platina 110 H-Gear

There was a time when Bajaj had a long line-up of Discover bikes in the commuter segment but that didn’t work out for the company. The next step had to be to discontinue the product as early as possible. Next, the company looked for what’s working in their line-up. They found Platina and plonked a larger and better-engineered engine into it. Tada, you get a premium commuter bike at lesser price tag than the competition.

Bajaj Platina 110 - Best 110cc Bikes in India

But what does ‘H-Gear’ signify in the name tag of 110cc Platina? It means that bike gets a Happy gear means there is a 5th gear for highway rides. The addition of 5th gear has two main advantages – one, the bike’s fuel economy will increase and two- the engine will be less strained during occasional highway rides. This bike from Bajaj is here to make its presence felt in the commuter segment after the discontinuation of Discover range of commuter bikes.

Bajaj Platina 110 H gear is powered by the same 115.45cc single-cylinder engine that is found in the CT 110 commuter bike. This 2-valve head SOHC engine with fuel injection system churns out a maximum power of 8.48 bhp at 7000 rpm and a peak torque of 9.81 Nm is available at 5000 rpm. The torque is second highest in this list of 110cc bikes in India and offers quick off the line acceleration. However, at 122 kg kerb weight, the Platina 110 seems to be a bit heavier than the rest of the bikes in the competition.

Before anything else, let’s talk about the fuel efficiency of Platina 110 H-Gear. The fuel-injected engine is able to return a real-world mileage of about 59 km per litre. The 11 litres fuel tank will allow you to travel about 650 km in a single tankful. If your wrist is light on the throttle, you can extract even more mileage out of this bike.

Platina 110 H-Gear get an advanced semi-digital instrument panel which is inspired from Vikrant series of bikes. There is an analogue speedometer on the left-hand side with the right side of the cluster occupied by a digital display. This LCD screen offers numbers of an odometer, trip meters, fuel gauge, gear position indicator, digital clock and low battery indicator. When you shift into the 5th gear, the gear position indicator shows letter ‘H’ instead of 5 conveying that Platina 110 is a Highway happy motorcycle in the 110cc segment.

Bajaj offered a front disc brake for superior braking performance. However, if you are looking for a drum brake variant, there isn’t any at present. We would suggest that you should always buy a bike with a front disc brake for batter braking. There is a combined braking system available as standard which will aid you in stable braking performance.

The suspension system comprised of telescopic forks at the front and unique pair of spring in spring shock absorbers at the rear end. This system ensures a comfortable ride and handling. It is the only 110cc bike in the segment to comes with a ‘Happy gear’ aka 5th gear for stress-free highway riding and higher fuel efficiency.

ModelBajaj Platina 110 H-Gear
Engine115.45 cc
Power8.48 bhp @ 7,000 rpm
Torque9.81 Nm @ 5,000 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoShock
WheelsAlloy
Front BrakeDisc – 240mm
Rear BrakeDrum
Weight122 kg
Fuel Tank11 Ltr
Mileage59 kmpl
Range649 km
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 62,963

TVS Jupiter

Moving on to the next contender in the list of best 110cc bikes in India, we have TVS Jupiter. It is the second-highest selling scooter in the country only after the Honda Activa. The scooter sets sales record every now and then usually registering sales of over 50,000 units on a monthly basis. The company has worked on the scooter so effectively that it turned out to be a highly reliable and practical scooter.

TVS Jupiter - Best 110cc Bikes in India in 2020-21

Jupiter is now available in a long list of variants starting with the newly launched variant which comes with steel rims instead of alloy rims that was standard fitment until now. You also have a variant with LED headlight, beige interiors and semi-digital instrument cluster and that variant is called ZX. The most expensive Jupiter model is Jupiter Classic which comes with retro elements to take on the Vespa range of scooters.

There is a forced air-cooled, 109.7cc, single-cylinder engine with a 2-valve head. The fuelling is done by TVS’ Eco Thrust Fuel injection system leading to more mileage in the BS6 version. This motor pumps out 7.3 bhp @ 7000 rpm and 8.4 Nm of peak torque arriving at 5500 rpm. The transmission is done by a variomatic belt drive system like all other automatic scooters available in the market. TVS Jupiter has adequate performance for daily city usage and is quick to gather speed and runs strong even after 60 kmph. The top speed is in the range of 85-90 kmph.

The scooter is all practical product with large footboard and under-seat storage that can swallow a full-face helmet. A couple of bags hanging hooks are also available easing your life. It ticks all the right boxes with its practicality and amazing fuel efficiency. In the BS6 version, the company is claiming a 15% increase in fuel efficiency. Now you can get more than 50 km per litre when ridden with light throttle. With a fuel tank capacity of 6 litres, Jupiter can provide a riding range of about 300 km.

Speaking about the instrument cluster, the standard variant comes with a full analogue panel with speedometer, odometer and fuel gauge. The ZX variant, on the other hand, offers semi-digital instrument cluster with a small digital screen displaying odometer, trip meter and fuel gauge. To make sure you ride in the eco mode, the company has provided eco and power indicator on the dashboard itself. It indicates the rider when the scooter is running in an eco mode for maximum mileage and power mode for maximum pickup.

TVS Jupiter gets alloy wheels, tubeless tyres, telescopic forks and external fuel filler cap as standard and from the initial launch variant. The rear shock absorber is tuned towards softer side for comfortable ride quality on bad roads. However, the suspension is too soft to ride with high speed over the bad patch of roads, as there is a chance of loss of balance.

TVS Jupiter is one of the best 110cc scooters in the entire commuter scooter segment. It ticks all the right boxes of practicality, comfort and fuel efficiency.

ModelTVS Jupiter
Engine109.7 cc
Power7.8 bhp @ 7,000 rpm
Torque8.4 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
GearboxV-Matic
Front SuspensionTelescopic Fork
Rear SuspensionShock Absorber
WheelsAlloys
Front BrakeDrum/Disc
Rear BrakeDrum
Weight109 kg
Fuel Tank6 Ltr
Mileage50 kmpl
Range300 km
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 63,852

TVS Star City Plus

TVS Star City Plus is next on our list of best 110cc bikes in India. The bike is among the oldest bikes in the TVS’ product line-up. It has stood strong along the test of time and proved the high reliability of its engine and other mechanical components. It is a comfortable and practical bike to take on the daily commuting needs with style and premium features.

TVS Star City Plus - Best 110cc Bikes in India

TVS has plonked a 109.7cc engine inside the Star City Plus. This engine is an air-cooled, single-cylinder engine with a 2-valve head for breathing. It pumps out a maximum power of 8.08 bhp at 7350 rpm and 8.7 Nm of torque at 4500 rpm. The engine is mated to a 4-speed gearbox and gets Eco Thrust fuel injection system tuned for delivering high fuel economy.

Speaking about the ride, the bike is a highly comfortable and reliable commuter in its segment and comes with India specific suspension setup. TVS Star City Plus gets a pair of telescopic forks at the front end along with twin shock absorbers with hydraulic dampers at the rear end.

The bike’s riding dynamics are surefooted and offer confidence while taking on the broken roads filled with potholes. You get a stable ride without bounciness and jolts. The rideability in the urban roads is easy as the torque is available low in the rpm range. This helps in riding in the peak hour traffic without pulling clutch and changing gears too many times.

Since it is a commuter bike, the main focus is put on fuel efficiency. The newly updated 110cc engine on the Star City delivers a mileage of about 70km per litre which is more than enough for any family person. However, you have to keep the throttle light to achieve this fuel economy. With a 10-litre fuel tank, the bike can provide a range of 700 km in a single tankful.

Being a premium commuter bike, the TVS Star City Plus boasts a semi-digital instrument cluster which is appealing to the eyes. A large speedometer sits on the left side eco and power indicator. A small orange backlit LCD screen on the right side displays information such as odometer and fuel gauge. We miss a trip meter and 5th gear on this bike considering the price tag.

TVS Star City is present in this list for its practical aspect and good real-world fuel economy. With a single-piece long seat available, the bike offers extreme comfort to the rider and has enough room for the pillion. If you plan to go on a weekend stint with a pillion, the comfort level will make you forget the small engine of this bike. It could be the best pick if you love the TVS brand. Star City is low on maintenance and offers great value for your hard-earned money.

ModelTVS Star City Plus
Engine109.7 cc
Power8.08 bhp @ 7,350 rpm
Torque8.7 Nm @ 4,500 rpm
Gearbox4-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
WheelsAlloy
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
Weight116 kg
Fuel Tank10 Ltr
Mileage71 kmpl
Range710 km
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 63,995

Honda CD 110 Dream

When we talk about small commuter bikes, Honda cannot remain behind the scene. Honda CD 110 Dream is one of the best no-nonsense bikes in the 110cc segment. There is no denying the fact that Honda offers supreme quality and high engine reliability all over the world. Honda engines stay working even after their official life is finished.

Honda CD 110 Dream - Best 110cc Bikes in India

In the BS4 era, Honda had three bikes in the 110cc segment which is reduced to just one after the implementation of the BS6 emission norms. CD 110 Dream is a bare basic commuter motorcycle with only the basic elements for the customers it is targeted at. It is a low maintenance bike and requires only regular servicing at predefined intervals.

Honda CD 110 Dream can become a perfect family bike in the tier 2 and tier 3 cities and with a robust frame and minimal breakable parts, the bike is best suited for rural areas. It also happens to be the first Honda bike to feature in this list of best 110cc bikes in India.

At the core of CD 110 Dream, you will find an air-cooled, 109.51cc, single-cylinder Honda engine which also gives life to more 110cc bikes and scooters in Honda’s Indian portfolio. This durable fuel-injected motor is tweaked to develop a peak power of 8.67 bhp at 7500 rpm and a max torque of 9.3 Nm which arrives at 5500 rpm. The engine is married to a 4-speed gearbox which is utter smooth and sounds right type of click while shifting gears. The gearing is on the shorter side for easier urban rides.

What makes Honda sell CD 110 Dream to the Indian customers? Its mileage. The bike has the ability to deliver a real-world fuel economy of 65 kmpl. This is a great number when you look at the bike’s kerb weight of 112 kg and short gearing. The 9.1-litre fuel tank can let you ride to more than 590km in a single tankful. This means fewer fuel station visits per month.

A commuter bike’s authority hovers in the fuel efficiency department with an emphasis on the practicality and ride comfort. Thus, the instrument cluster is a basic analogue unit with a twin-pod setup. On the left side, you can find a speedometer and an odometer with the right side stationed a fuel gauge with tell-tale lights. The addition of fuel injection led to the addition of an engine check light on the dashboard.

For the rider and the pillion, there is a long, wide and appropriately padded single piece seat. It provides good comfort when coupled to the upright sitting posture. The suspension system is comprised of telescopic forks and twin shock absorbers which are softer for Indian roads which are filled with potholes every other kilometre. The best part of the CD 110 Dream is that the vibrations are no where to be seen and hence it delivers a buzz free riding experience.

Honda CD 110 Dream could be a one-time investment as it does not require any kind of extra maintenance other than specified by the company. Get all the servicing done at the correct interval for a long life of the bike. It directly rivals the Hero Splendor Plus and TVS Radeon in the commuter segment.

ModelHonda CD 110 Dream
Engine109.51 cc
Power8.67 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque9.30 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
Gearbox4-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
WheelsAlloy
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
Weight112 kg
Fuel Tank9.1 Ltr
Mileage65 kmpl
Range591.5 km
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 64,505

Hero Maestro Edge

In the scooter line-up, Hero Maestro Edge is a capable scooter that achieved its own image in the Indian market. Hero has upgraded the Maestro series of scooter to BS6 emission norms but did not add any extra features in the process. To convert the engine to BS6 compliance, the company has added programmed fuel injection system and a web of sensors for Ecu information. This technology is being called Xsens technology.

Hero Maestro 110 - Best 110cc Bikes in India in 2020-21

This technology relies on the series of sensors which includes O2 sensor, bank angle sensor, vehicle speed sensor, crank position sensor, throttle position sensor and few others to improve power and torque delivery as well as provide high fuel efficiency. Hero claims that Xsens technology will provide a new riding experience to the riders.

Powering the Hero Maestro Edge is a forced air-cooled, 110.9cc single-cylinder engine with a 2-valve head. This unit churns out 8bhp of max power at 7500 rpm and a peak twisting force of 8.75 Nm arriving at 5500 rpm. The power is transmitted to the rear wheel via variomatic gearbox.

The scooter provides a mileage of around 46 kmpl on an average which is the result of adding programmed fuel injection system. When coupled to a fuel tank of 5 litres, the scooter can go up to 230 km in a single tankful.

The Maestro Edge 110 is quite loaded with features as it gets a premium looking semi-digital instrument panel with service reminder and side stand indicator. The digital display provides information about odometer, trip meter, a digital clock and a fuel gauge.

It is a practical scooter for daily use as it brings several handy features such as an under-seat lamp, a mobile charging socket and external fuel filler cap. The front suspension is a pair of telescopic forks and the rear one has single shock absorber. The ride is on the softer side in a bid to take on the bad roads on our country.

Speaking about the wheels, the front is a12-inch unit while the be a continues to be a 10-inch rim. The performance of the Maestro is expected to be better than the BS4 version with Xsens technology on board in the BS6 version.

ModelHero Maestro Edge
Engine110.9 cc
Power8 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque8.75 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
GearboxV-Matic
Front SuspensionTelescopic Fork
Rear SuspensionShock Absorber
WheelsAlloys
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
Weight112 kg
Fuel Tank5 Ltr
Mileage46 kmpl
Range230 km
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 64,850

Hero Splendor iSmart

Next in this list of best 110cc bikes in India is Hero’s Splendor iSmart. It is a 110cc bike with Hero’s inhouse engineered engine which is completely new. The nametag ‘iSmart’ signifies the evolution of Splendor brand over the years. The Hero Splendor iSmart gets Hero’s revolutionary i3S technology which the company has researched and developed in the country itself.

Hero Splendor iSmart - Best 110cc Bikes in India

The i3S technology aids in fuel efficiency by shutting off the engine after a certain engine idling time. This occurs mostly at the red lights. To relieve you from manually starting the engine again, the system starts the engine when you press the clutch. This way, you can save fuel without manually turning off/on the engine.

Coming to the powertrain, there is a newly developed 113.2cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine with a 2-valve head. This indigenous engine with programmed fuel injection is capable of producing a total power output of 9 bhp at 7500 rpm and class-leading torque of 9.89 Nm which arrives at 5500 rpm. The engine is paired to a 4-speed gearbox which is well-spaced for effortless city riding. You get enough torque in the low rpm range of the engine which helps in dealing with the urban traffic without fuss.

Fuel efficiency is the matter of concern here and Splendor iSmart deliver it at the fullest. The bike returns a real-world fuel efficiency of about 58 km per litre, which is not bad by any means. A fuel tank capacity of 9.5 litres can take all the way to more than 550 km range in a single tankful of petrol. If you ride the bike with light throttle and lesser gearshifts, you can achieve a mileage of more than 60 km per litre.

Talking about the features, the Splendor iSmart comes with a three-pod semi-digital instrument cluster. At the centre, there is a large analogue speedometer and a digital screen displays information like odometer and trip meter. The fuel gauge is, unfortunately, an analogue unit but it is accurate all the time. For a better safety of the rider, you get a side stand indicator on the console itself.

The switchgear is of good quality plastics and comes with regular switches. On the right-hand side, you get a blue coloured switch to toggle on/off the i3S technology.

iSmart gets telescopic forks at the front and a pair of shock absorbers with hydraulic dampers. The suspension is tuned for comfort and thus are on the softer side. The bike like to take on the bumps and bad roads allowing the rider to feel the comfort at all the times.

To stop the Splendor iSmart, there are drums brakes at both the ends. However, looking at the smart customers the bike is targeted at, there is an option for front disc brake for enhanced stopping power. A combined braking system is available on both drum and disc brake variants.

ModelHero Splendor iSmart
Engine113.2 cc
Power9 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque9.89 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
Gearbox4-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
WheelsAlloy
Front BrakeDrum/Disc
Rear BrakeDrum
Weight116 kg
Fuel Tank9.5 Ltr
Mileage58 kmpl
Range551 km
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 65,950

Hero Passion Pro

After Splendor and HF Deluxe, the next best-selling 110cc bike is Hero Passion Pro. Presence of this bike in the Hero’s line-up means the company wants to offer as many models as possible for people to choose from. Passion Pro is a premium 110cc bike which is clear from the features it offers to its customers.

Hero Passion Pro - Best 110cc Bikes in India

It is a premium bike which is picked by people growing up from the days of Splendor or HF Deluxe. The fuel efficiency is the unique selling point of the bike with around 60 km per litre of consistent mileage over the years. The bike gets a 10 litres fuel tank which can take you anywhere around 600 km before you need to fill up.

At the heart of Hero Passion Pro, you will find a 113.2cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine which we have also seen on the Splendor iSmart. As mentioned earlier, the powerplant pumps out 9.02 bhp of power at 7500 rpm and 9.89 Nm of max torque at 5000 rpm. The torque curve is said to be flat that will help in crawling through the congested city traffic. The gearbox is a 4-speed unit which, if the company wanted, could have been a 5-speed unit as the price tag of the bike is on the higher side.

The features section is where the bike excels. There is a smart-looking semi-digital instrument panel that has an analogue speedometer and the rest of the information is displayed on the digital screen. Numbers like odometer, trip meter and fuel gauge are displayed on the LCD screen. You get a button to toggle on/off the i3S technology. Yes, the Passion Pro gets the i3S technology as standard kit. The cluster is completed by an array of tell-tale lights with an engine check light and a side stands indicator light.

Hero MotoCorp is offering the Passion Pro in two variants one of which comes with a regular disc brake and the other get a front disc brake unit which will provide better stopping power with an additional combined braking system.

What makes Passion Pro a smart city bike for commuting. Well, the bike has an upright sitting, comfortable seats and ride quality and well as great fuel economy. You should buy a Passion Pro motorcycle if you are a fan of extra techy features.

ModelHero Passion Pro
Engine113.2 cc
Power9.02 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque9.89 Nm @ 5,000 rpm
Gearbox4-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
WheelsAlloy
Front BrakeDrum/Disc
Rear BrakeDrum
Weight117 kg
Fuel Tank10 Ltr
Mileage60 kmpl
Range600 km
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 66,500

Honda Activa 6G

Which is the first scooter that comes to your mind when you think about one? Yes, it’s none other than India’s beloved Honda Activa. Honda Activa started its journey in 2004 with automatic gear and easy to ride mechanism. What made Honda Activa so popular? Honda’s robust build quality and bulletproof reliability. Honda Activa is the most reliable scooter in the market with affordable servicing and repairs.

Honda Activa 6G - Best 110cc Bikes in India in 2020-21

Honda Activa 6G is the latest generation scooter which now comes with telescopic forks at the front and a larger sized wheel of 12-inch diameter. The rear wheel continues to be 10-inch unit but the addition of telescopic forks at the front has enhanced the ride quality of the scooter. Now it will be easier to tackle those potholes and bad patches of road. Also, the BS6 upgrade saw the addition of an external fuel filling cap which is great for convenience. Styling of the Activa remains more or less similar to the old version but it now gets smart-looking LED headlight and few touch-ups here and there.

The engine that works wonders inside Activa 6G is same old 109.51cc, single-cylinder, unit and is cooled by a fan forcing air to the engine. This powerplant is fuelled by PGM-Fi fuel injected and pumps out a max power of 7.68 bhp at 8000 rpm with 8.79 Nm torque arriving at 5250 rpm. In the place of the gearbox, there is an automatic transmission run by belt drive system and actuated by the centrifugal clutch.

There is enough power available to let you play with the 107 kg kerb weight Activa 6G freely on the city roads. The acceleration is better than the previous model and the top speed of the scooter is around 85 kmph that you’ll rarely touch in the city. You get a fuel efficiency of about 45 kmpl effortlessly on the new Activa 6G. A full-tank range is around 240 km.

Speaking about the features, the Activa 6G now gets telescopic forks, which we have already spoken about, integrated engine kill switch and starter button, a pass light switch and remote operated external fuel filler cap.

There are two variants of new Honda Activa 6G on offer. The standard and Deluxe variant. The Deluxe variant of the scooter comes with an LED headlight and semi-digital instrument cluster. The instrument cluster on standard variant has all analogue cluster with speedometer, odometer and fuel gauge. The semi-digital console has an LCD display with odometer, trip meter, digital clock and fuel gauge. There is a service due indicator which tells you when you need to get the scooter service for better performance and mileage.

The company has added eSP technology which employs an ACG motor. This starts the engine silently as there is no meshing gears ultimately moving towards lower maintenance. Activa 6G has become an icing on the cake with the BS6 upgrade.

ModelHonda Activa 6G
Engine109.51 cc
Power7.68 bhp @8,000rpm
Torque8.79 Nm @ 5,250 rpm
GearboxV-Matic
Front SuspensionTelescopic Fork
Rear SuspensionShock Absorber
WheelsSteel
Front BrakeDrum
Rear BrakeDrum
Weight107 kg
Fuel Tank5.3 Ltr
Mileage45 kmpl
Range238 km
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 69,116

Honda Livo

Finally, we have Honda Livo which is a premium commuter bike from the stable of Honda in India. The reason we included Livo 110 in this list of the best 110cc bikes is for its reliability, comfortable ride, appealing looks and superior mileage. Honda Livo is the replacement of the CB Twister 110 which was the premium commuter sporty motorcycle in Honda’s product portfolio.

Honda Livo - Best 110cc Bikes in India

It is also the most expensive premium commuter bike in the segment with a price tag of Rs 70,056 ex-showroom, New Delhi, surpassing certain entry-level 125cc bikes in the Indian market. However, despite the optimistic price tag, the Livo registers about 15,000 units sales on a monthly basis.

At the heart of the Honda Livo is a 109.51cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine with 2-valve head and SOHC setup. This PGM-Fi fuel-injected powerplant generates a maximum power of 8.67 bhp at 7500 rpm and 9.3 Nm of peak twisting force at 5500 rpm. There is a 4-speed gearbox present for reduction duties. In our opinion, Honda should have provided a 5-speed gearbox for a more attractive product.

A premium commuter bike like Honda Livo is targeted at young college-going students or working professional who needs an attractive bike but with great fuel economy. For this, Livo has the perfect answer with a real-world mileage of about 60 km per litre. The 9-litre fuel tank can allow you to go about 540 km in a single tankful.

With the BS6 upgrade, Livo gets a new semi-digital instrument panel which is different from the previous model. In the dashboard, you get an analogue speedometer with LCD display featuring odometer, trip meter, digital clock, fuel gauge and service due indicator. An integrated engine kill switch is also present for convenience and headlamp beam and a passing switch is also an integrated unit. The headlamp is now upgraded to DC unit from AC in the BS4 version.

Braking performance comes from front disc brake with Nissin callipers and a rear drum brake. The bike also gets combined braking system with equaliser helping you under hard braking scenarios by keeping bike stable and reducing stopping distance.

With the upgrade, you get better suspension setup tuned for city usage and Honda’s eSP technology. There is an ACG motor equipped silent start system which starts the engine without noise and jolt. All in all, Honda Livo is a perfect stylish premium commuter bike with 110cc engine which delivers great fuel efficiency.

ModelHonda Livo
Engine109.51 cc
Power8.67 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque9.30 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
Gearbox4-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
WheelsAlloy
Front BrakeDrum/Disc
Rear BrakeDrum
Weight115 kg
Fuel Tank9 Ltr
Mileage60 kmpl
Range540 km
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 70,056

In Conclusion…

With this, we have concluded our list of best 110cc bikes in India. The bikes mentioned here are best in their manufacturer’s portfolio and take on their competition very well. Choosing a bike or scooter is a struggling task and we are here to make it easy for you.

The best 110cc bike in India will offer extreme comfort, usable practicality and respectable mileage. The looks of any bike or scooter is subject and change with person to person. Know about your requirements and take a test ride before finalising on a bike.

We hope that you can choose the right bike for you according to your needs and usage pattern. Which one will you choose and why? Do tell us in the comments section below.

Always wear a helmet while riding a motorcycle and follow all the traffic rules. This way we can make our roads safer for all. Stay tuned for more from the motorcycling world at Cars 24 Moto.

Best 110cc Bikes in India Specifications: Engine and Gearbox

ModelEnginePowerTorqueGearbox
Bajaj CT 110115.45 cc8.48 bhp @ 7,000 rpm9.81 Nm @ 5,000 rpm4-Speed
TVS Sport109.7 cc8.18 bhp @ 7,350 rpm8.7 Nm @ 4,500 rpm4-Speed
TVS Radeon109.7 cc8 bhp @ 7,350 rpm8.7 Nm @ 4,500 rpm4-Speed
Bajaj Platina 110 H-Gear115.45 cc8.48 bhp @ 7,000 rpm9.81 Nm @ 5,000 rpm5-Speed
TVS Jupiter109.7 cc7.8 bhp @ 7,000 rpm8.4 Nm @ 5,500 rpmV-Matic
TVS Star City Plus109.7 cc8.08 bhp @ 7,350 rpm8.7 Nm @ 4,500 rpm4-Speed
Honda CD 110 Dream109.51 cc8.67 bhp @ 7,500 rpm9.30 Nm @ 5,500 rpm4-Speed
Hero Maestro Edge110.9 cc8 bhp @ 7,500 rpm8.75 Nm @ 5,500 rpmV-Matic
Hero Splendor iSmart113.2 cc9 bhp @ 7,500 rpm9.89 Nm @ 5,500 rpm4-Speed
Hero Passion Pro113.2 cc9.02 bhp @ 7,500 rpm9.89 Nm @ 5,000 rpm4-Speed
Honda Activa 6G109.51 cc7.68 bhp @8,000rpm8.79 Nm @ 5,250 rpmV-Matic
Honda Livo109.51 cc8.67 bhp @ 7,500 rpm9.30 Nm @ 5,500 rpm4-Speed

Best 110cc Bikes in India Specifications: Suspension, Wheels and Brakes

ModelFront SuspensionRear SuspensionWheelsFront BrakeRear Brake
Bajaj CT 110Telescopic ForksMonoShockAlloyDrumDrum
TVS SportTelescopic ForksTwin ShockAlloyDrumDrum
TVS RadeonTelescopic ForksTwin ShockAlloyDrum/DiscDrum
Bajaj Platina 110 H-GearTelescopic ForksMonoShockAlloyDisc – 240mmDrum
TVS JupiterTelescopic ForkShock AbsorberAlloysDrum/DiscDrum
TVS Star City PlusTelescopic ForksTwin ShockAlloyDrumDrum
Honda CD 110 DreamTelescopic ForksTwin ShockAlloyDrumDrum
Hero Maestro EdgeTelescopic ForkShock AbsorberAlloysDrumDrum
Hero Splendor iSmartTelescopic ForksTwin ShockAlloyDrum/DiscDrum
Hero Passion ProTelescopic ForksTwin ShockAlloyDrum/DiscDrum
Honda Activa 6GTelescopic ForkShock AbsorberSteelDrumDrum
Honda LivoTelescopic ForksTwin ShockAlloyDrum/DiscDrum

Best 110cc Bikes in India Specifications: Weight, Mileage and Price

ModelWeightFuel TankMileageRangePrice (Ex-showroom Delhi)
Bajaj CT 110116 kg10.5 Ltr70 kmpl735 km₹ 46,259
TVS Sport110 kg10 Ltr75 kmpl750 km₹ 54,850
TVS Radeon116 kg10 Ltr60 kmpl600 km₹ 60,442
Bajaj Platina 110 H-Gear122 kg11 Ltr59 kmpl649 km₹ 62,963
TVS Jupiter109 kg6 Ltr50 kmpl300 km₹ 63,852
TVS Star City Plus116 kg10 Ltr71 kmpl710 km₹ 63,995
Honda CD 110 Dream112 kg9.1 Ltr65 kmpl590 km₹ 64,505
Hero Maestro Edge112 kg5 Ltr46 kmpl230 km₹ 64,850
Hero Splendor iSmart116 kg9.5 Ltr58 kmpl551 km₹ 65,950
Hero Passion Pro117 kg10 Ltr60 kmpl600 km₹ 66,500
Honda Activa 6G107 kg5.3 Ltr45 kmpl238 km₹ 69,116
Honda Livo115 kg9 Ltr60 kmpl540 km₹ 70,056

Best 110cc Bikes in India FAQs

Q: Should I purchase a BS-IV emission-rating bike in 2020?

A: At present, you cannot purchase a BS4 emission rating bike in India as all BS4 bikes and scooter are discontinued. However, you can buy a second-hand BS4 bike which comes with lesser features when compared to BS6 bikes. It all depends on your choice and requirements when purchasing a bike.

Q: What is the ideal mileage to look for in a bike?

A: The ideal mileage that you should look in a 110cc commuter bike is around 60 kmpl. This mileage would be real-world and will remain consistent over time. However, it depends on your finances, bike travel frequency and the model of the bike you are planning to buy.

Q: What the is self-start feature in bikes?

A: Self-start feature is an essential feature in which you can start the engine of a bike just by pressing a button. These bikes do not need to be started by kick starter.

Q: Which is the most affordable bike under 110cc?

A: Bajaj CT 110 is the most affordable bike under 110cc. It is priced at Rs 46,259 ex-showroom, New Delhi.

Q: Which are the popular bikes under 110cc?

A: Most popular bikes under 110cc are Hero Passion Pro, TVS Radeon, Bajaj Platina 110 H-Gear, Honda Livo, Honda Activa 6G, TVS Jupiter and Suzuki Access.

Q: Are there any upcoming bikes under 110cc?

A: TVS Victor with new BS6 engine is the upcoming bike which will launch in India in the near future. The expected price of the bike is Rs 65,000 ex-showroom.

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