Hero Maestro Edge : Review

The splitting with Honda, Hero mostly got benefited with their sales. Hero MotoCorp products created a good impact since then. The Maestro is the first in class products after the cut-off. The Maestro Edge carries the Hero reputation to the further extent to make their vehicles best of all. Though the sales were dull among Honda Activa, it has some unique features and reliable elements. Let’s find out what are they!


Hero Maestro Edge is available in colors like Panther Black, Candy Blazing Red, Pearl Silver White, Shooting Night Star, Techno Blue, Matte Blue, Matte Vernier Grey, Sporty Matte Grey & Red, Active Matte Grey & Blue.


The Hero Maestro edge design is completely revamped as compared to the predecessor. The revamped styling includes a windshield housed on the headlight new indicators and a stylish grille gives the lavish appeal. On other hand, the dual-toned mirrors drag the appearance down and even spoils the overall look.

As of the side profile, 12-inch front, and 10-inch rear alloy wheels and the ‘titanium’ color at the exhaust gives the positive vibes to the bike. While the LED tail light is the eye feast.

It comes loaded with the features like a side stand indicator, analog-digital instrument cluster, a service due indicator, an engine immobilizer, an external fuel filler, LED tail lamps, a USB 3.0 charging point are the most innovative features to be discussed.


The Maestro Edge gets powered by an all-new 110.9cc engine that churns out a maximum output of about 8.31 BHP @ 8000 RPM and a peak torque of about 8.3 Nm @ 6500 RPM.

The inclusion of SOHC engine the rider experience little jerks when compared to Honda engines, but we think that are initial and fade out with days. As the engine reaches 60 km/hr we often experience the vibrations.

The Maestro Edge managed to claim a maximum of 85 km/hr with great stability. As the speed increases, the scooter makes the rider delight.



 Riding Dynamics

The Hero Maestro Edge carries a good riding dynamics with a fruitful of features like front telescopic suspension, the larger 12-inch front alloy, a rear suspension.

Besides, the body feels somewhat heavier on the sides. With the bulkiness, the rider feels discomfort in turnings. It loads features like integrated braking (CBS). The MRF tyres provide the demandable grip over the surface and thus no word for slipperiness.




 We Think!

The Hero MotoCorp trials to place the Maestro Edge above the Honda’s lineup is really appreciated and should be applauded too. This scooter is up-market with all the key elements. This affordable and aggressive scooter makes the buyer sumptuous. Finally, it is a sturdy one with all the reliable elements and offerings. Thumbs Up for this scooter!

 Hero Maestro Edge – Images

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