Hero MotoCorp’s Maestro – Preview

Greetings! A couple of days ago we at Bike Advice informed you that Hero MotoCorp (formerly Hero Honda) have unveiled their brand identity at London in a lavish ceremony. In the brand unveiling ceremony Hero MotoCorp unveiled their 150cc bike Impulse and a 110cc scooter Maestro. These two vehicles together are going to constitute first roll outs from the new born Hero MotoCorp. A couple of days ago we rolled out a post about Impulse and now let’s look in to the specifications and features of the 110cc scooter Maestro.

Hero MotoCorp introduced Maestro to try and capture the moped markets as well. The scooter was unveiled at the ceremony by Irfan pathan. As far as the looks of this new scooter goes, its trapezoidal headlamp with a equally good looking visor gives the scooter a perfect look. The scooter is fitted with 110 cc engine that is able to generate enough power up to 8Bhp with an expected torque of 8.5 Nm.

The scooter also showcases a advanced V-Matic engine and Advanced Microprocessor Ignition (AMI) with TCIS. The new scooter from Hero has got the looks, the technology and a world class brand backing it up. The scooty also sports a digital analog sort of a console with a “Service Due” indicator that lets the owner know when the service is due. Not only the scooty is high on technology but also sports additional features like combi-brake system, magnetic head ignition key with shutter and tuff up tubes that gives the moped much required stability and handling capabilities.

The Hero Maestro will be available in 6 different shades viz. Panther Black med, Pearl Fadeless White, Force Silver Met, pearl Harvest Green, Candy Blazing Red and Maestro Blue Met. News also has it that this scooter along with bike Impulse is going to come to Indian markets anytime later this year and thus their prices will be unveiled once all arrangements are made by the company to launch these vehicles in India. All in all, the scooter looks cool and kind off attractive but we cannot judge anything until the moped makes its way to India. So let us all wait and see if Hero delivers what it has promised.

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