Hero Maestro Xoom 110 Scooter Launched – Price, Specs and More
After tons of leaks and speculations, Hero MotoCorp has finally launched a sportier version of the Maestro 110 scooter called the Hero Maestro Xoom 110. Priced from Rs 68,599 (ex-showroom Delhi), the Maestro Xoom comes in three variants: LX, VX and ZX. It is loaded with attractive features and gets a dynamic & rather youth-centric look.
|Hero Maestro Xoom 110||Ex-Showroom Price|
Bookings for the all-new Maestro Xoom will commence on February 1, 2023.
Design, Dimensions and Features
The homegrown two-wheeler manufacturer has packed the scooter with segment-first features like Corner Bending Lights, which automatically turn on the supplement lightings to the side of the road that the rider is turning towards, thus making the overall ride safer. The scooter also gets an all-new fully digital instrument console that boasts a host of smart features, which includes smartphone connectivity support via Bluetooth, call/SMS alerts, missed call alerts, battery indication and more. However, it misses out on navigation.
In terms of design, the Hero Maestro Xoom 110 possesses an edgy and sporty appearance. LED headlamps with H-shaped LED DRLs are housed in the vehicle’s large yet chiselled front apron. The LED tail light is also adorned with an H-shaped graphic. From the sides, it has a slight resemblance with the Hero Vida V1 electric scooter. The other notable traits of the scooter include 12-inch alloy wheels, 90-section MRF Nylogrip Zapper tyres, an LED lamp for underseat storage and a front glovebox with a USB charging socket.
Speaking of size, the Maestro Xoom measures 1,881mm in length, 731mm in width, and 1,117mm in height, which makes it 38mm longer and 16mm wider than the Maestro Edge. At 1,300mm, its wheelbase is also 39mm longer than the Maestro Edge 110. Suspension duties here are taken care of by telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers at the front and a unit swing with spring-loaded hydraulic dampers at the rear. Braking is accomplished via a front 190mm disc with a Bybre calliper/130mm drum and a rear 130mm drum brake, assisted by CBS (Combined Braking System).
At the heart of the Maestro Xoom is the same 110.9cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine mated to a CVT gearbox. This engine produces 8.04 PS of max power and 8.70 Nm of peak torque. It also benefits from the brand’s i3s idle start/stop function for maximum fuel efficiency.
Hero has offered the Maestro Xoom in five colour options: Orange, Red, Black, Blue and White.
Going by the overall package, the scooter seems promising. You can get a better idea of what it’s all about by staying tuned to gaadify as we’ll be taking it for a spin shortly.