Hey there, young two-wheeler riders! Are you looking to upgrade your ride and join the stylish two-wheeler community? Then check out the latest launch from Hero – the Xoom 110!
This new and improved scooter has some significant updates over the older Maestro Edge 110, so let’s dive in and see what it’s all about.
About Maestro Edge 110:
The initial launch of Hero Maestro Edge in India was in 2015. It is a scooter manufactured by Hero Motocorp, one of the largest two-wheeler manufacturers in India.
- Engine: The Maestro Edge, powered by a 110cc engine, produces 8.31 bhp of power and 8.30 Nm of torque.
- Design: The scooter has a sporty and stylish design, with a digital instrument cluster and an external fuel filler cap.
- Comfort: The Maestro has comfortable seating and a smooth ride, focusing on a premium feel and quality.
- Storage: It has a sizeable under-seat space for helmets and other essentials.
- Convenience: The scooter comes with a mobile charging port and an engine kill switch for added comfort.
- Brakes: It has drum brakes at both front and rear, with an option of front disc brake.
About the Xoom 110:
- First, the Xoom 110 looks fantastic with its sharp and edgy design.
- It’s got an H-shaped LED DRL and tail light, a dual-tone front apron, a handlebar cowl, and a single-piece seat.
- Plus, it has an LCD instrument cluster and Bluetooth connectivity, so your scooter can get turn-by-turn navigation and phone alerts.
Note: Remember that Bluetooth is only available on the top-end ZX variant.
- Another cool feature is the cornering lights on the front apron. These lights help light up the road as you turn, making it easier and safer to ride in the dark.
- Regarding performance, the Xoom 110 is powered by a 110cc air-cooled engine with a bit of extra pep compared to the Maestro.
- You’ll get 8bhp and 8.7Nm of torque, so you’ll have plenty of power to get where you need to go.
- The Xoom 110 also has 12-inch alloy wheels, telescopic forks, and a mono-shock for a smooth ride.
- And when it comes to stopping power, the top-end ZX variant has a disc-drum brake combination, while other variants have drum brakes at both ends.
- The Hero Xoom 110 will cost you between 68,599 – Rs 76,699, depending on which variant you choose.
As a rider, I was thoroughly impressed with the Hero Xoom 110. From the moment I hopped on and kicked off, I was struck by its edgy and sporty design. The H-shaped LED DRL, tail light, dual-tone front apron, handlebar cowl, and single-piece seat all came together to create a modern look. And the LCD instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity was the cherry on top – I could quickly get turn-by-turn navigation and phone alerts without taking my phone out of my pocket.
So there you have it, young two-wheeler riders!
Overall, the Hero Maestro Edge is a popular option for those looking for a scooter that offers style, comfort, and practicality. And the new launch Hero Xoom 110 is a stylish, feature-packed scooter with performance to match. If you’re looking for your next ride, check it out!
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