India's leading two-wheeler manufacturer Hero MotoCorp is all set to launch the 2017 Maestro Edge in the Indian market with several updates.
Hero MotoCorp discontinued the Maestro Edge from its product portfolio in January 2017. The updated scooter gets retuned engine and Auto Headlamp On (AHO) feature as per the new safety rule by the Government of India.
Although there is no mention of the BS-IV compliant engine but it is expected that the updated scooter will meet the new emission norms.
The 2017 Hero Maestro is powered by an 110.9cc single cylinder, air cooled, OHC engine which produces 8bhp of power and 8.7Nm of peak torque. The engine is mated to a Variomatic drive.
The updated engine reaches its maximum power at a lower rpm compared to the previous model, which will improve the mileage of the scooter. The new Maestro Edge is offered in new dual-tone colour schemes - Sporty Matte Grey and Red, and Active Matte Grey and Blue.
Apart from that the 2017 Hero Maestro features digital and analogue instrument cluster, integrated braking system, mobile charging port with boot light, tubeless tyres and LED tail lamp.
To compete with its segment rivals, the 2017 Hero Maestro also gets external fuel filling slot near the tail lamp and an immobiliser.
The previously sold Hero Maestro Edge was retailed for Rs 50,330 ex-showroom (Delhi) for steel wheel variant and Rs 51,718 ex-showroom (Delhi) for the alloy wheel variant. The updated model might be launched with a slightly increased price.
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