The Hero Maestro Edge 125 is launched in a matte grey theme and priced at INR 72,950 which is 1500 rupees more than the standard edition. However, the aesthetic appeal along with the high performance make the scooter one of the most cost effective option to invest in. however, the mechanical parts and features of the Stealth Edition remain the same as the standard version and the changes are more on the looks and exterior.
Hero Motorcorp has recently launched the new variant of the Hero Maestro Edge 125 just before the upcoming festive season very strategically. The aesthetic upgradation of the bike is definitely going to grab some eyeballs even though there is no changes in the mechanical front. You can get a new matte gray color along with new body graphics and also the premium “Stealth” Crest badging. It also has carbon fiber textured strips and white accents which give a fresh and updated look to the bike.
It is about time for the festive campaign from the brand and this is their showstopper t=for the category of scooters and definitely stands out. According to Naveen Chauhan, the head of Sales and After Sales of Hero Motorcorp, the Hero Maestro remains one of the most popular models from the brand and hence this upgraded and premium looking design will add to the brand’s appeal. Also, they have several more products lined up to be launched in the coming weeks and the aim is to reinvigorate the market with fresh, youthful and premium options which focus more on advanced technologies.
The 125 Stealth continues to be fuelled by the 125 cc fuel injected engine that is capable of making 9bh power in 7000 rpm. The peak torque is 10.4Nm at 5500 rpm. The cycle parts are also the same and includes the part digital- part-analogue instrument console. It also has a side stand indicator and LED taillights. Apart from this, the scooter is equipped with external fuel filter cap and mobile charging point as well as boot tight. The overall specifications are modern and are definitely cost effective considered the affordable price range.
It has a 12 inches alloy wheel on the front and a 10 inches alloy wheel at the back. It also has a front disc brake and also a combined braking system.
Considering the very notable aesthetical upliftment, the difference of INR 1500 between the standard and the stealth version can be considered negligible. In short, the Hero Maestro Edge 120 Stealth version is the perfect choice for those who wish to invest in a two-wheeler before the festive season. Do note that the on-road price will be slightly higher.