Hero Maestro

Hero Maestro

Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 48,050 - ₹ 71,620
* Delhi. May vary.


Colour Options and Price in India
Scooter Variant 2022 Hero Maestro Edge 110 ZX
Availability Status in India Available
2-Wheeler Type Scooter
Latest Price in India 2022 Hero Maestro Edge 110 ZX price is Rs 66,900 (ex-showroom).
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options Panther Black, Techno Blue, Midnight Blue, Seal Silver, Candy Blazing Red, Pearl Fadeless White.
Official Tagline Style That Turns Heads Tech That Keeps You Ahead
On Road Price Hero Maestro Edge 110 ZX on road price is Rs 77,001 in Delhi, Rs 79,611 in Mumbai, Rs 77,938 in Kolkata and Rs 78,942 in Chennai. The prices mentioned here are approximate and we suggest you contact your nearest Hero dealership to get the exact on-road price quote in your city.
Fuel Economy
Build Quality
Value for Money
Engine Details 110.9cc, Air Cooled, 4-Stroke, SI Engine
Fuel System Fuel Injection
Cooling Air Cooled
Engine cc (Displacement) 110.9 cc
Maximum Power 8 HP @ 7500 rpm
Maximum Torque 8.7 Nm @ 5500 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Emission Norms BS6-Compliant
Ignition Electronic Control Unit (ECU)
Number of Gears Automatic
Gearbox Type Variomatic Drive (2.51 - 0.85)
Clutch Dry, Centrifugal
Mileage Hero Maestro Edge 110 mileage is 45-55 kmpl (approximate).
Performance Performance values are not available for this 110cc scooter.
Top Speed Hero Maestro Edge 110 top speed is 80 kmph (approximate).
Front Brake Internal Expanding Shoe Type 130mm Disc
Rear Brake Internal Expanding Shoe Type 130mm Disc
Brake System Integrated Braking System
Front Tyre 90/90-12 54J
Rear Tyre 90/100-10 53J
Wheel Type Diamond Cut Alloy Wheels
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
Braking System Integrated Braking System
Key Features New Edgy Grapics, Diamond Cut Alloy Wheels, Side Stand Indicator, Integrated Braking System, Smart Sensor Technology with PGM Fi, Service Reminder, Digital Analog Combo Meter, Mobile Charging Port & Boot Light.
Similar Bikes Honda Activa 6G, Honda Dio, Suzuki Access 125, TVS NTORQ 125, Hero Pleasure Plus
Front Suspension Telescopic, Hydraulic Shock Absorbers
Rear Suspension Unit Swing with Spring Loaded Hydraulic Damper
Overall Length 1843 mm
Overall Width 715 mm
Overall Height 1188 mm
Ground Clearance 155 mm
Seat Height 775 mm
Wheelbase 1261 mm
Kerb Weight 112 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 5 litres
Maximum Payload 130 kg
Speedometer Analog
Trip Meter Digital
Odometer Digital
Clock Digital
Fuel Gauge Digital
Service Reminder
Pass Light
Battery Type ETZ5 MF Battery
Capacity 4Ah
Voltage 12V
Head Light 12V-35/35W Halogen Bulb MFR
Tail Light 12V-0.4/1.6W 8 Nos.- (LED)
Automatic Headlamp On (AHO)
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Under-seat Luggage Lamp
Stand Alarm
USB Charging
Miscellaneous Information
Ex Showroom Price vs On Road Price Ex-Showroom Price is the Manufacturing Cost of the vehicle + Dealer/Seller Profit + GST (Goods and Service Tax) + Transportation Charges (from the manufacturing plant to the dealership). On the other hand, the On-Road Price is the actual cost you pay to the dealership to make the vehicle legal to run on the roads. It includes Ex-Showroom Price in your city + RTO Charges (Vehicle Registration) + One Time Road Tax + Insurance Charges. The On-Road Price also includes some optional things like if you opt for Genuine Accessories and Extended Warranty while buying a vehicle. Please note that the On-Road Price varies a lot across different states in India due to different percentage for the State Registration Charges.

Hero Maestro Review

09 Dec, 2015 11:00 AM

Quick Review by Maxabout Team

India’s largest two wheeler manufacturer, Hero has launched their new gear-less scooter known as Maestro which is more or less is a restyled Honda Activa. Remember the way, Hero has always marketed their Pleasure as a female oriented scooter; similarly they are conveying the message that it’s specially designed for males so that they can have a large number of buyers who stay away from Pleasure and opts for other scooters.

Design and Style

Hero Maestro does look like a boy thing. It’s big in size and looks much more mature and well-built than Pleasure. Sharp lines start from the shoulders of its front apron and goes all the way to the tip of mudguard with inbuilt clear lens indicators. Its headlight along with black coloured cowl and dual coloured side mirrors enhance the charisma of this scooter. It looks premium and sporty when seen from the front. It has expanded side panels with Maestro written on them. Rear profile is very attractive thanks to its angular tail light with clear lens indicators which are big in size and short mudguard with reflective light. It also features a massive body coloured grab rail which makes it look macho.

Instrument Console

Something new and creative can be seen in its instrument panel with three pods surrounded with metal finish which certainly looks premium. These pods have analogue speedometer and digital odometer and fuel gauge with other indicators.

Engine and Gearbox

Hero Maestro is powered by a 109cc air-cooled, 4-stroke engine. This one cylinder OHC engine has a power output of 8.2 bhp at 7500 rpm with a maximum torque output of 9.1 Nm available at 5500 rpm. It uses an automatic transmission with Variomatic drive system.

Acceleration and Top Speed

Hero Maestro uses the same engine used by its biggest rival Honda Activa. Specification wise both scooters are identical on papers but take Maestro on road and you will notice the difference. Maestro feels much slower than Activa. That’s why Maestro takes almost 10 seconds to reach 60km/hour from standstill. If we compare it with other competitors like Suzuki Swish, Vespa LX125 or other scooters from Honda, it’s the slowest amongst all. It reaches a top speed of 88km/hour and undoubtedly, this engine is one of the most refined engines available in gear-less scooters and it never feels stressed. Except for the low range, there is nothing much to complain about it. Maestro performs best in its mid-range.


Being a Hero product, Maestro tends to be fuel efficient. Due to its slow performance, it manages to return you good fuel efficiency even after weighing around 110kgs. Expect it to give you a mileage of around 42-44km/ltr in city conditions while it may increase on highways.

Comfort While Driving

This is one of the most comfortable scooters till now. It has a big floorboard which offers you incredible legroom even after having a glove box. Seat is wide enough to keep you sitting for hours without giving you much stress. Handle bar fits in well in the palms and gives you optimum comfort while driving. Instrument panel is very pleasing to see as it’s quite illuminating and easily readable. The quality of buttons used on its handle feels up market.

Safety Features and Storage Space

Ignition key slot comes with a shutter as seen in other scooters which can also be locked manually, even without the key. Storage space is not an issue as it comes with an 18 litre under seat storage compartment with an optional glove box for which you will have to pay more. Apart from the wide floorboard you also get a bag hook near it to carry essentials. The Scooter is equipped with a combi-brake system, magnetic head ignition key with shutter and tuff-up tubes that gives you unmatched safety and convenience. The anti-slip texture of the floor area and fold able pillion foot peg adds to the safety of the rider.

Suspension and Brakes

Hero Maestro shares its suspension and braking system with Honda Activa. It has bottom link with spring loaded hydraulic shockers at its front with mono shock absorber at its back. It takes most of the bumps easily and feels very stable at high speeds. There is no optional disk brake on Maestro but Hero has equipped it with combined braking system which includes 130mm drum brakes on its both wheels. The braking is very accurate and gives you immense confidence while driving it. With these brakes it’s not hard for you to stop it any time at any speed without much effort.

Ride and Handling

Riding stance offered by Maestro is incredible. This characteristic differentiates it from other scooters. When you sit on it, you will find yourself in a sporty stance rather than a commuter stance which means more confidence and fun while driving. It will surely appeal to the college goers as it prompts you to drive it fast without losing confidence. It’s perfect for tall drivers as they will find themselves relaxed on it even after having a pillion rider. Hero has slightly improved its wheelbase (1240mm) in comparison to Activa which is hardly noticeable but its ground clearance is quite noticeable as it has increased by 10mm which is a welcome feature as you often find it hard for Activa to pass many obstructions on our Indian roads.


Hero Maestro is available in six shades: Panther Black Met, Pearl Fadeless White, Force Silver Met, Pearl Harvest Green, Candy Blazing Red and Maestro Blue Metallic.


Hero is offering Maestro in one variant with kick and self-start option.


Hero has played really smart as they have placed it below Honda Activa which will its biggest advantage. Most of the things seem to be in the favour of this scooter. For example its design, comfort, features and refined engine makes it a good choice. We agree it may feel slower than others but to compensate it gives you higher fuel efficiency. Moreover it’s a Hero product which means good service network, easy maintenance and high resale value. Undoubtedly, it is worth to spend money on this scooter and it’s a very nice alternative of Activa. Till now it has been received really well in our market and we expect things to get better in future. Watch out Activa!!


Hero Maestro - Steal the Show
Hero Maestro Infographic


Frequently Asked Questions

Most Popular FAQs for Hero Maestro
  • What is the Ex-showroom Price of Hero Maestro?
    29 Jul, 2013 | By Maxabout Team

    Hero Maestro gets an ex-showroom price of Rs.46,900.

    The features of the scooter are pretty impressive. Hero Maestro comes with a powerful 109 cc engine and it gets combined braking system which initiates simultaneous application at both front and rear. It sports a digital-cum analogue instrument console which appears much appealing. The engine is an air cooled single potted one. It offers a max power of 8.2 PS at the rate of 7500 rpm and a peak torque of 9.1 Nm at mere 5500 rpm.

    It features the Digital CDI Ignition system and the chassis is High Rigidity Underbone type, which is strong, durable and toughened. Its likely to be thew biggest competitor for the Honda's bestseller Activa. The fuel tank capacity measures 5.3 liters and its ground clearance stands at 155 mm. The wheelbase is 1240 mm long and the headlamp in the front comes connected with a 12 V maintenance free battery. All in all, the scooter is good and is probably a perfect buy.

  • What is the Fuel Tank Capacity of Hero Maestro?
    23 Jul, 2014 | By Amrit

    Hero Maestro carries a fuel tank capacity of 5.30 liters. The scooter has many impressive features. It comes packed with a powerful 109cc engine and for braking, there is a Combined Brake System for simultaneous application of front and rear brakes. The long set is wide and comfortable and the rear grab rails are eye catchy. Its storage space is large and the headlamps come connected to a maintenance free battery. The engine gets a displacement of 109 cc, as already mentioned and delivers 8.2 PS of max power which is attained at 7500 rpm. The max torque churned out measures 9.1 Nm at  mere 5500 rpm. Its wheelbase stands at 1240 mm and the ground clearance measures 155 mm. It uses the same engine used by its main competitor Honda Activa.

    Maestro image

    The instrument console is new and attractive, and the scooter looks premium when seen from the front. It is one of the most comfortable scooters till now. For the safety of the rider, lies the anti-slip textured floor area with foldable foot pegs. In comparison to Honda Activa, Maestro is quite slow and takes almost 10 seconds to reach 60km/hour from standstill. The dimensions of the scooter are measured as 1780.00x710x1165mm and weighs at 110 kg. The fuel tank capacity of the scooter is 5.30 litres. It shares its suspension and braking system with Activa. The gearless scooter has bottom link with spring loaded hydraulic shockers at front with mono shock absorber  at the back. The company has provided accurate braking which provides you great confidence while driving.

    The buyers can purchase this scooter in 6 striking shades:  Pearl Fadeless White,  Candy Blazing Red, Force Silver Met, Maestro Blue Metallic, Pearl Harvest Green and Panther Black Met. It is priced at Rs. 46,700. It is available in only one variant with kick and self-start option. Hero Maestro is a strong competitor for Honda Activa, but simply saying, the former is a worthy buy.

  • What is the Ex-showroom Price of Hero Maestro in Delhi?
    05 Jul, 2013 | By Maxabout Team

    Hero Maestro gets an ex-showroom price of Rs.46,900, in New Delhi.

    The features of this two wheeler are pretty good. It packs in a powerful 109 cc engine. It also features a combined braking system, with simultaneous application in the front as well as rear section. At the back, is fitted a sporty trail lamp with clear lens. The seat is wide and comfortable, and the mighty engine features the all new Advanced  Swirl Flow Induction System (ASFS). It is specially designed for a fair power delivery and enhanced performance. The air cooled engine comes hooked with a Digital CDI Ignition system. The scooter has a large headlamp in the front, fitted with a focal multi reflector inside. The fuel tank capacity is 5.3 liters and the wheelbase stands at 1240 mm.

    Hero Maestro is made available in six mouthwatering colors. In the front, lies a digital display, in combo with an analogue speedometer in the center. The chassis is toughened and is high Rigidity Underbone Type. Its worthy competitors include Honda Activa and Mahindra Rodeo.

  • Tell me the Engine Specifications of Hero Maestro?
    19 Jun, 2013 | By Maxabout Team

    Hero Maestro has been launched to compete the Honda's best seller, Activa. The specifications are entirely the same as that of the latter. Hero Maestro comes powered with an air cooled 4 stroke engine, capable of producing a max power of 8.09 bhp at 7500 rpm and a peak torque of 9..10 Nm at the rate of 5500 rpm. This petrol mill features tfhe OHC technology and comes paired with a dry and automatic centrifugal clutch.

    With the CDI Ignition system, the scooter gets a front Bottom Link suspension and the rear gets a Unit Swing system. Both of them are accompanied by spring loaded hydraulic dampers, for cushioning. It can accommodate 5.3 liters of utmost petrol, and provides a reasonable mileage of 42 km/l and if the streets are clear and not so rushed, the fuel economy may drip down to 60 km/l.

    The instrument panel on the top is inspired by the modern bikes. There's a speedometer, having a top speed of 90 km/h. Its flanked with few warning lights on one side and an LCD screen on the other, which display vital info about the scooter. The rear view mirrors get a shape of leaf and right below the sporty visor, lies a great multi-reflector Halogen Headlamps, connected to 12V power supply. It provides a greater visiblity.

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So much of problems in my maestro's battery ... read more

Best Features: Indicators

Pros: Smooth to ride inspite of its weight

Cons: Battery problem is consistent. The charge may get low anytime anywhere. Sometimes in the middle of road.

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I purchased it in last year Dussehra (30th SEP 2017) ... read more

Best Features: Look, comfort and seat length

Pros: Look and comfort (bigger seat length)

Cons: mileage and built quality

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