Hero Destini becomes India's second-highest selling 125 cc scooter in March 2019

24/04/2019 - 11:39 | ,   | Suvil Susvirkar

The Hero Destini 125 has delivered promising sales performance in March 2019 and has become the country’s second-highest selling 125 cc scooter.

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The Hero MotoCorp Destini 125 registered 22,564 unit sales last month, making it the second-highest selling 125 cc scooter in the country in March.

Also read: Hero Destini 125 Road Test Review

Hero MotoCorp sold 22,564 units of the Destini 125 in India in March 2019. The Suzuki Access 125 continues leading the sales in the 125 cc scooter space, with 49,875 unit sales last month. Check out the sales performance of the top five 125 cc scooter in the country in the table below:

Model Sales in March 2019
Suzuki Access 125 49,875
Hero Destini 125 22,564
TVS Ntorq 18,557
Suzuki Burgman Street 8,250
Honda Grazia 2,262

One of the reasons behind the success of the Hero Destini 125 could be aggressive pricing. With prices starting from INR 54,650, the Destini 125 is the most affordable 125 cc scooter the Indian market today. Check out the prices of the Hero Destini 125 against and its rivals listed below:

Hero Destini 125

  • Drum Brake Sheet Metal Wheel – LX: INR 54,650
  • Drum Brake Alloy Wheel – VX: INR 57,500

Suzuki Access 125

  • Drum Brake Variant: INR 55,977
  • Disc Brake Variant: INR 58,350
  • Disc Brake Variant with CBS: INR 59,636

Suzuki Access 125 SE

  • All Colour Variant Disc Brake: INR 60,046
  • All Colour Variant Disc Brake with CBS: INR 61,235

Honda Activa 125

  • Drum Brake Steel Wheels: INR 59,921
  • Drum Brake Alloy Wheels: INR 61,858
  • Disc Brake Alloy Wheels: INR 64,307

Prices mentioned above are ex-showroom Delhi

To give you a quick recap, the Hero Destini 125 comes with Hero’s proprietary i3S (Idle Stop-Start System) technology. The i3S tech stops the engine if the vehicle has come to a standstill for a few seconds. The system is aimed to deliver better fuel efficiency. Hero MotoCorp claims a fuel economy of 51.58 km/l. The scooter uses a 124.6 cc Energy Boost engine that churns out a maximum power of 8.70 bhp at 6,750 rpm and a peak torque of 10.2 Nm at 5,000 rpm. The top speed is rated at 85 km/h.

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The Hero MotoCorp Destini 125 is the most affordable 125 cc scooter in India. Its prices start from INR 54,650 (ex-showroom Delhi).

Also read: Hero Xtreme 200R gets a price hike, now retails at INR 90,900

Key features of the Hero Destini 125 include dual-tone mirrors, semi-digital instrument cluster with service due indicator, remote key opening, tubeless tyres and external fuel filler cap. Mobile charging port and boot light are available as standard on the premium, Vx variant, which is embellished with chrome highlights.

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