Fuel Tank Capacity
8.1 Bhp @ 7500 rpm
9.10 Nm @ 5500 rpm
Maestro is Hero’s second best-seller after the mighty Splendor, which has been ruling the charts. Despite being new to the market, Maestro has managed to make an impression so strong that it comes in the top 10 selling two Wheeler’s list. Sharing its DNA with the Honda Activa, Maestro is ‘such a boy thing’.
Design & Style
Maestro shares its underpinnings with the Honda’s Activa but provides a refreshing and younger looking design. Maestro has its own curves and a crown shaped windshield at the front which clearly differentiate it from its cousin. 3D stickers on the sides add up to the style statement.
Maestro brings the combination of digital and analog technology in a very elegant manner. The analog speedometer in the center is very nicely designed and at the right is the digital trip meter and fuel indicator. The console totally differentiates it from all of its rivals.
Engine & Performance
Hero has implanted the same 109 cc motor to the maestro that Honda has in the Activa. With equally efficient working the engine produces 8.1 Bhp @ 7500 rpm and 9.10 Nm of torque @ 5500 rpm. The motor is an air cooled 4-stroke single-cylinder with AC CDI ignition.
Comfort while Riding
Maestro has got a lot of space below the seat which provides free hand riding experience for the pillion rider. The wide and comfortable seat of maestro gives smooth ride experiences for the long rides along with its short turning radius which improves the city riding.
Hero claims a mileage of 60 kmpl which sounds like a nice figure for a scooter in the 110 cc segment.
Brakes and Suspension
The advanced combined brake system has been installed into the Hero Maestro which applies both the brakes with the pressing of single brake lever. 130 mm internal expanding shoe type drum brakes have been used for both the front and rear tyre. Hero provides spring loaded hydraulic dampers, bottom link type at the front and unit swing type at the rear.
Ride and Handling
A smooth ride is guaranteed by 10-90/100 tyres on the both ends which are equipped with puncture endurance tube. With a wheelbase of 1240 mm and a 155 mm ground clearance, it can easily tackle the small obstacles on the road.
Hero offers the Maestro in a two trims namely Maestro 110 and Maestro special edition, with both kick and self-start option.
Maestro comes in seven shades namely Electric Blue, Magnetic Matt Grey, Vital White, Panther Black, Blazing Red, Force Sliver and a special edition named Groovy medley which has a combination of Red and White.
Maestro 110 costs INR 48,050 whereas the special edition costs INR 48,350 INR.
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