Apart from the cleaner engine, the scooter gets two new colours and revised graphics
- The Hero Maestro Edge 110 BS6 costs Rs 7,420 more than the dual-tone colour variant of the BS4 version.
- It makes the same amount of power as before, but the torque output has gone slightly up.
- The scooter still doesn’t get a front disc even as an option.
Hero MotoCorp has silently launched the Maestro Edge 110 BS6 in the country at a starting price of Rs 60,950 (ex-showroom Delhi). Check out the detailed table below for the price comparison with the BS4-compliant version:
For a premium of around Rs 8,800, the Hero Maestro Edge 110 BS6 comes with a fuel-injected 110.9cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine, which churns out 8.15PS at 7500rpm and 8.75Nm at 5500rpm. It makes the same amount of power as the BS4 Maestro Edge 110, but the peak torque has gone up ever-so-slightly by 0.05Nm. The kerb weight has also gone up by 2kg, at 112kg.
Apart from the cleaner engine, the scooter gets new colour schemes and graphics. The top-end variants, Midnight Blue and Seal Silver, feature sportier-looking graphics, dual-tone alloy wheels with chrome accents, and a more premium seat cover. The mechanicals in both the variants are the same, and Hero has not offered a front disc even as an option.
The scooter gets a telescopic front fork and a single rear shock absorber. Braking is via drum units on both ends with CBS. It rolls on a 12-inch front and 10-inch rear alloy wheel with 90-section tubeless tyres.
The Hero Maestro Edge 110 BS6 is loaded with practical features. You get a semi-digital instrument cluster with tripmeter and service reminder apart from the regular readouts. For extra convenience, there’s an external fuel filler cap with a combination keyslot on the apron, underseat USB charger with boot light, a utility hook on the apron, and a lockable hook below the seat. As far as competition is concerned, the Hero Maestro Edge 110 BS6 goes up against popular scooters in its segment such as the Honda Activa 6G and the TVS Jupiter BS6.