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Hero MotoCorp lists the BS6 Maestro 110 on its official website, thus confirming the launch in the Indian market

Hero MotoCorp has finally revealed the details of its upcoming BS6 scooter, the Maestro 110, in the country. The company has listed the scooter on its official website, thereby confirming the launch of the BS6 Maestro Edge 110 in India anytime soon. Once launched, it will rival the likes of Honda Activa 6G and TVS Jupiter.

The BS6 Maestro 110 retains the design from its BS4 counterpart. The scooter gets an always-on halogen headlight up front. The rear end boasts of LED tail lamps. As for features, the scooter gets a semi-digital instrument cluster with a service indicator and side stand indicator. Other features include an external fuel filler cap, combination lock, mobile charging port under the seat along with a boot light. Furthermore, it also gets a service reminder function. This BS6 version rides on a 12-inch wheel up front and a 10-inch wheel at the rear. The kerb weight is 110 kg while the fuel tank capacity is 5 litres. 

The new Maestro 110 draws its power from a BS6 compliant 110.9 cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine. The fuel-injected mill belts out 8 bhp of top power at 7500 rpm and 8.75 Nm of peak torque at 5500 rpm. The engine will be mated to a CVT gearbox. Due to the XSense technology along with the fuel injection system, the acceleration and fuel efficiency of the scooter have improved.  Talking about the suspension duties, the scooter gets a pair of telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers up front and a unit swing with spring-loaded hydraulic damper at the rear.  Braking duties are taken care of by drum brakes on both ends along with an integrated braking system. The aforementioned feature provides better stopping power. 

The BS6 Hero Maestro 110 gets two new color options namely Midnight Blue and Seal Silver. Apart from these two, the scooter is available in four more color schemes namely Candy Blazing Red, Pearl Fadeless White, Panther Black, and Techno Blue. The company has not announced anything related to price yet. However, we can expect the scooter to be at least Rs 5000 to Rs 7000 more premium than its BS4 counterpart. The BS4 Maestro Edge 110 was offered at Rs 49,904 (Ex-Showroom). 

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