Hero Maestro Edge 125 Summary
|Max Power||9.1 bhp @ 7,000|
|Kerb Weight||110 kg|
Hero Maestro Edge 125 Variants Price List
Hero Maestro Edge 125 prices starts at ₹ 58,500 (Avg. Ex-Showroom Price) in India. Hero Maestro Edge 125 is available in 3 variants - Drum i3S- Carburetor, Disc i3S- Carburetor, Fi and 7 colours.
|Maestro Edge 125 Drum i3S- Carburetor||₹ 58,500|
|Maestro Edge 125 Disc i3S- Carburetor||₹ 60,000|
|Maestro Edge 125 Fi||₹ 62,700|
Hero Maestro Edge 125 Colours
- Pearl Fadeless White
- Panther Black
- Matte Brown
- Matte Vernier Grey
- Matte Red
Hero Maestro Edge 125 Highlights
The Maestro Edge 125 – the first fuel injected scooter in India is a larger iteration of the Maestro Edge 110 with a bigger powertrain and improved features. In terms of design and styling, it is somewhat familiar to its smaller sibling with vertically flanked side indicators on the front apron. The familiarity between the two doesn’t end here. It’s carried over to the front cowl and angular lines across the side panels. So, what’s different? The front apron now integrates a triangular LED DRL right below the number plate, the interior and the seat are finished in chocolate brown, and the badging now reads Maestro Edge 125.
The Maestro Edge 125 is very identical to the Maestro Edge 110 in terms of exterior styling and dimensions. The beefed-up Maestro Edge is 1,843mm long, 718mm wide and 1,188mm in overall height. The scooter has a ground clearance of 155mm and weighs 110kg. The fuel tank has a minimal holding capacity of 5 litres. For detailed Hero Maestro Edge 125 images, you can click on the images section above.
Engine & Transmission
The Hero Maestro Edge 125 specifications a 124.6cc single-cylinder motor that comes with an option of a carburetted model and a first in segment fuel-injected model, both mated to a CVT automatic transmission. The fuel-injected model puts out 9.1bhp and 10.2Nm of torque. In our time with the fuel-injected model, the scooter responded well to throttle inputs with brisk acceleration.
The Hero Maestro Edge 125 nudges a top speed of 90km/h, ride it efficiently and it returns a mileage of 55km/l.
The Hero Maestro Edge 125 is very comfortable to ride in the city, and the scooter manages to tackle most road undulations without breaking a sweat. The nimble ride quality is the result of a telescopic forks suspension setup at the front and a single coil spring hydraulic suspension at the rear. The scooter sits on an under-bone frame chassis and uses a 90/90-12 profile tyre at the front and a 90/100-10 profile tyre at the rear. The stopping bite comes from 190mm disc up front (only on top-spec trims) and a 130mm drum brake at the rear.
The Hero Maestro Edge 125 new model has some additional features in comparison to its smaller 110cc sibling. The carburetted model gets Hero’s i3s start-stop system, while IBS is standard across the range. The instrument cluster comprises a part-digital unit divided into an analogue speedometer and a digital display for the fuel gauge and the odometer. In terms of electricals, the headlamp and the taillamp aren’t LED. The Hero Maestro Edge 125 colours are limited to six shades – Pearl Fadeless White, Panther Black, Matte Blue, Matte Brown, Matte Vernier Grey and Matte Red.
Price & Variants
The Hero Maestro Edge 125 comes with the option of three variants. The Hero Maestro Edge 125 price (as of mid-2019) is priced at ₹60,670 for the Drum i3s-Carburetor variant, ₹62,670 for the Disc i3s-Carburetor variant, and ₹67,570 for the Fi variant. The Hero Maestro Edge 125 comes with a standard 5-year warranty from Hero MotoCorp. For the Hero Maestro Edge 125 on road price, be sure to check our price section.
The Hero Maestro Edge 125 takes on the likes of the TVS Ntorq 125, Suzuki Access 125, Honda Grazia and Mahindra Gusto 125.
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