Spec Comparo: Hero Pleasure+ 110 vs Honda Activa 6G vs TVS Jupiter
Hero MotoCorp launched their first BSVI scooter, the Pleasure+ 110 FI, today in India, and the two-wheeler becomes the third scooter in the 110cc segment in the market to become BSVI compliant. So we have pitted this scooter against the BSVI Honda Activa 6G and the BSVI TVS Jupiter with respect to specs, features and prices to provide a better perspective.
Drivetrain and engine
To follow the strict emissions norms, the scooters have been equipped with the fuel injection system, replacing the carburettor in their respective predecessors. The Pleasure+ 110, Activa 6G and the Jupiter are powered by 110cc engines. The scooters are mated to an automatic (CVT) gearbox. The 110cc BSVI engine of the Pleasure+ 110 churns out 8PS at 7,000rpm and produces 8.7Nm at 5,500rpm. Power figures have not been disclosed for the TVS Jupiter but we are expecting it be the same as the BSIV version's power. The Activa 6G churns 7.79PS of power at 8,000rpm and max torque value is 9.79Nm at 5,250rpm.
The design of the Pleasure+ largely remains unchanged, which means it continues to get the bottom link with spring-loaded hydraulic damper suspension on the front and swingarm with spring-loaded hydraulic dampers at the rear. The other two scooters get the telescopic suspension in the front and a monoshock absorber in the rear. The Activa 6G gets a three step setting for the rear suspension. The Pleasure+ gets 10-inch wheels whereas the front end of the Activa and Jupiter get a 12-inch alloy wheel with an optional disc brake set-up. The rear end of the Activa gets a 10-inch alloy wheel with drum brake set-up whereas the Jupiter gets a 12-inch rear wheel.
The Activa 6G comes with loads of features in comparison to the Pleasure+ 110 and Jupiter. The Activa gets keyless access to fuel cap and boot space. It also has a malfunction detection light to detect any problems with the engine. The scooters offer LED headlamps for better visibility.
The Hero Pleasure+ 110 FI BSVI takes on the TVS Jupiter BSVI and also the recently launched Honda Activa 6G in terms of price. The Pleasure+ 110 is a more affordable package that starts at Rs 54,800, whereas the Honda Activa 6G was launched at Rs 63,912. The TVS Jupiter is dearer to its customers with an opening price of Rs 67,911 all prices are ex-showroom.
Starts Rs 44,900
Starts Rs 54,349
Starts Rs 64,464
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