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Hero MotoCorp has launched the '100 Million Edition' version of the Maestro Edge 110 and Destini 125 scooters. The Hero Maestro Edge 110 100 Million Edition scooter is priced at Rs 65,250, while the special edition Destini 125 scooter is priced slightly higher at Rs 72,250. All prices are ex-showroom (Delhi).
The launch of the 100 million edition scooters come just days after the introduction of the special edition version of the motorcycles. Similar to motorcycles, the special edition scooters are also limited to just cosmetic updates. The two scooters Destini 125 and Maestro Edge 110 now come with a dual-tone Red/White paint scheme.
Apart from the new colour scheme, the two scooters carry forward the same mechanicals, features and equipment as the standard models. To reiterate, the Hero Maestro Edge 110 is powered by a 110.9cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine producing 8.04bhp at 7250rpm and 8.7Nm of peak torque at 5750rpm.
Similarly, the Hero Destini 125 is powered by a 124.6cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine. It produces 9bhp at 7000rpm and 10.4Nm of peak torque at 5500rpm. Both scooters come with a standard variomatic drive transmission system.
Both scooters come packed with a host of features and equipment as well. This includes a semi-digital instrument cluster, large seats, always-on headlamps, external fuel fillers and plenty more.
The special edition scooters are part of Hero MotoCorp's celebration of achieving a huge milestone of 100 million production units. The special edition scooters were unveiled at an event earlier this year, alongside three other motorcycles, all of which have been launched in India as well. This includes the Hero Xtreme 160R, Splendor Plus and Passion Pro.
The special edition scooters continue to take on the same rivals as their standard models. The Hero Maestro Edge 110 competes against the likes of the Honda Activa and Honda Dio. The Hero Destini 125 takes on the likes of the Suzuki Access 125 and the Yamaha Fascino 125 in the Indian market.
Thoughts On The Hero Special Edition Scooter Launched In India
The Hero MotoCorp ‘100 Million Edition' scooters add to the brand's special edition offerings introduced in the Indian market. The special edition Maestro Edge 110 and the Destini 125 as mentioned above are the latest products to be introduced in the Indian market.