Hero Maestro Edge 125 has been launched and there are no major changes on the exteriors except it now comes with an option of fuel-injector and carburetted version. The 125cc scooter competes with the likes of TVS NTorq, Honda Grazia, Suzuki Access 125cc.
Let us tell you 5 things you should know about Hero Maestro Edge 125cc
Hero Maestro Edge 125 Design
It looks similar to the standard Maestro which made its debut around 4 years ago. However, some part like wide tail lights, side panels looks different. The Maestro Edge share its unit from the Hero Destini but looks more attractive and youthful in its design.
The Maestro Edge 125 comes well equipped with features like the LED DRL at the front and 4-in 1 ignition lock which assists the seat, fuel cap, external fuel-filler cap, USB charging in the boot and boot light. It also gets a semi-digital instrument cluster and diamond cut alloy wheels. Its fuel tank capacity is 5-litres.
Hero Maestro Edge 125 made its debut with the fuel-injection engine as an option, which is first in its segment. The carburetted version is still continued with the 2019 model. Power comes from a 124.7 cc FI engine which churns out 9.1bhp with 10.2Nm of torque. Comparing the Maestro 125 to the lower Maestro 110cc, it produces 14% more power, 17& more torque and is quick on acceleration by 20%.
Suspension and Brakes
Hero Maestro 125 continues to sport the telescopic suspension at the front and monoshock suspension at the rear. The rear tyre uses drum drakes but one does have a choice to choose from a disc or drum brake for the front wheels. The FI engine gets disc brakes as standard but with the carburetted engine, you have to choose a front or disc brake as an option.
Hero Maestro Edge 125 Pricing
Hero Maestro Edge starts at a pricing of Rs 58,000 for the carburetted engine with drum brakes and increases to Rs 60,000 for the same engine with front disc brakes. The FI engine gets front disc brakes as standard and is priced at Rs 62,700 (all prices, ex-showroom Delhi)