Hero Maestro Edge is Hero's take on the Honda Activa. Unlike the Activa, the Maestro gets an all plastic body. But the Maetro Edge has a lot going for it in terms of features and components. For starters, it gets a remote fuel lid, underseat storage light, side stand indicator and a service reminder as well. While the Activa 5G gets an LED headlight. The Maestro Edge gets an LED tail light. The exhaust can is also thoughtfully designed and is one of the design highlights of the Maestro Edge.
Ride quality is taken care of telescopic forks at the front and a monoshock at the rear. The 12-inch front and 10-inch rear alloy wheels are wrapped tubeless tyres. You also get a wide range of colour options to choose from - grey, blue, silver, matte blue, black, white, red, matte finished red/grey colour and matte finished blue/grey colour.
Currently, the Maestro Edge standard variant is priced at Rs 49,900 while the dual tone coloured variant costs Rs 51,300 (all prices, ex-showroom Delhi)
Shooting Night Star
Pearl Silver White
Matte Vernier Grey
Candy Blazing Red
Sporty Matte Grey And Red
Active Matte Grey And Blue
Torque is so bad !!
Everything is perfect but mentaene se is very high price i want handle lock but it so costly am riding this scooter
Awesome.Especially when it goes on speed above 50kmph the sound is ear relifing the vibration is decent.
dam good 🙂 gggggggtttyygggggggggggggggggggg
My bike is very comfortable and it's good to ride mileage is ok for city ride the bike is good and i like the style design night is very good
As a scooter this is quite good at looks and performance. Styling is nice like modern vehicle in this segment. 110CC engine is also performing well in city as well as in highway, but when speed exceed to 60 kmph it makes much sound that power. I have also done some 200 km outing(including hills) with it, and it performs good. You can ride is smooth in between 30 - 50 kmph. Maintenance is also very low, Hero"s parts are also cost less. only issue is with the milage. I am getting 40 - 42 kmpl from the beginning. It will be best if it can manage to give around 50 kmpl for city ride.
The scooter is great looking from outside but one gets to know about its cons after few days of use. The problems I am facing are:-1. Front tyre leaking from the rim and unable to repair.2. Visor makes noise and really irritating while moving through some bad patch of road.3. Mileage is not that good could have been better.In my view going for Activa 5G would have been a better option.
getting problem after 3 years 35000 km engine falling to by ignition engine vibrating and sounding starter issue kick start is also not good hole body is vibrating due to fiber average is still good 35km but after using 35000 km engine starting giving problem of bearing crank starter excel rear drum brakes as compare to honda activa performance is very bad
Mileage is good after 5 years with proper maintenance i am getting 38-40 in city and on highway 46 - 50 (all reading tank to tank) . Suspension are stiff when compared to activa but that provide great stability on highway can easily cruise on 65 70 kmph. I change oil 6 months and regular services after 3 months.
Very bad service. There is big problem in starting system. Engine fails to detect the ignition key. Several times engine stops half way on your ride and fails to restart. Within one year I got starting troubles. I spent Rs 5200 to replace the starting system with new CDI and key system.
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The new Hero Maestro Edge has been built from ground up at Hero MotoCorp’s R&D centre and it’s got a list of unique features too. Targeted primarily at male customers, we take a quick spin on Hero MotoCorp’s brand new scooter