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Hero Maestro Insurance

Third-party insurance is compulsory as per the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988. However, third-party two-wheeler insurance alone cannot be considered to be the complete insurance solution for your Hero Maestro. Selecting a more comprehensive Hero bike insurance plan with the required riders ensures that your scooter and you are well-protected from the perils of the road and nature.

Hero Maestro Insurance Overview

Indian motorcycling giant Hero Motocorp launched its second scooter, the Hero Maestro Edge, way back in 2011. With the Maestro, Hero attempted to tap the male scooter riding population by injecting an aura of masculinity into the scooter’s design language. Though the Indian scooter market continues to be dominated by the Honda Activa, the Hero Maestro Edge does find a place in India’s list of top bestselling scooters.

There are five variants of the Hero Maestro Edge across two displacement options (110cc and 125cc). The Hero Maestro 110 comes in Panther Black, Midnight Blue, Candy Blazing Red, Pearl Fadeless White, Seal Silver, and Techno Blue. The 125cc is available in Stealth Black, Panther Black, Matte Brown, Matte Red, Matte Techno Blue, Prismatic Purple, Matte Vernier Grey, and Pearl Fadeless White.

USPs of the Hero Maestro Edge

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The Hero Maestro Edge has most of the standard features expected from scooters in this price segment. This includes fuel injection system, self- and kick-start options, dry centrifugal clutch, and variomatric drive gearbox. Here are some of its features that have delighted riders over the years:

  • The 110cc Maestro generates 6 kW power with a maximum torque of 8.7Nm, while the 125cc provides an even better power of 6.7kW with 10.4Nm torque.

  • It offers USB charging option, an external fuel lid, and a convenient under-seat storage lamp.

  • For luggage carriage, it offers a front luggage hook, front storage box and a 22-litre under-seat compartment.

  • Maestro comes with the signature Hero i3s idle start-stop system and has handy features like a multifunction key switch, side-stand indicator, and service reminder.

  • It has a telescopic front suspension and monoshock suspension in the rear. Its alloy wheels measure 12 inches in front and 10 inches at the rear.

  • The Maestro features an integrated braking system with optional front disc brakes.

  • It has an integrated digital display instrument cluster, LED tail lamp, and a titanium finish silencer. The 125cc model also has an eye-catching LED lamp on the front apron.

  • The 125cc model features dual-tone colour and texture seats

Insure your Hero Maestro Edge

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As a two-wheeler that is quite popular among young riders, you need a good Hero Maestro Edge insurance policy to cover every eventuality. A comprehensive Maestro insurance policy best suited for your two-wheeler can be selected by comparing car insurance quotes from different companies. You can easily do this online using a third-party insurance platform. While comparing policies, do consider the reputation of the insurer, as well as factors like their after-sales service and claim settlement ratio.

A comprehensive car insurance extends the protective cover not only to the two-wheeler but also the rider and pillion. Besides, all third-party liability (including damage, injury, and death) are covered by these policies. An insurance policy from Tata AIG comes with the integrity and credibility of the Tata brand, which assures prompt service, transparent terms and conditions, and a reliable claim settlement track record.

Hero Maestro insurance provides additional riders like return to invoice, depreciation allowance, personal accident cover to unnamed persons, third-party property damage, personal accident cover to owner-driver, emergency medical expenses and consumables cover. While the cost might vary depending on the add-ons you choose, you can check with your dealer or insurance provider for the best price.

RTO charges for your Hero Maestro Edge

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Once you buy your Hero Maestro Edge scooter, ask your dealer to assist or advise you on the registration process. Registration of two-wheelers is mandatory under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. The amount you pay goes towards making the number plate, parking charges, road tax, state development charges etc.

For example, RTO charges for the Hero Maestro 110cc top model would amount to Rs 6500 in Delhi. For the 125cc top model, it would cost you about Rs 7300. However, this can vary from state to state so make sure you check online or with your dealer to get the right amount.

Competitors to the Hero Maestro Edge

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In its price segment, the Hero Maestro 110cc competes with TVS Scooty Zest, Honda Dio, TVS Jupiter, and Honda Activa 6G. It also faces inhouse competition from a lower-priced Hero Pleasure+. On the other hand, the 125cc model of Hero Maestro competes with peers in the 125cc category. This includes Suzuki Access, Hero’s own Destini 125, and the market leader Honda Activa 125.

Scooters provide a convenient alternative to city riders who can smartly negotiate congested traffic without having to change gears frequently. Hero Maestro offers a range of variants with two engine capacities, thereby catering to a wide spectrum of budgets. So pick a Hero Maestro Edge of your choice and enjoy a breezy ride experience – but remember to #ThinkAhead and get the best insurance for it from Tata AIG!