Seems like the obsession for black in the automotive sector is far from gone. With the new vehicles from the very bottom to the top, all have an all-black version. That was for the 4-wheelers. Now, with the entry of Hero Maestro Edge 125 ‘Stealth Edition’ makes this scooter to be the first dedicated all-black edition to enter the two-wheeler segment.

Hero Maestro Edge 125 Stealth Edition
Hero Maestro Edge 125 | Stealth Edition (Middle)

With the festive season right around the corner, Hero is willing to corner this opportunity. Of course, why not, be it any vehicle black everything does look classy

What powers the Hero Maestro 125 ‘Stealth Edition’?

Similar to the other vehicles coming with a dedicated all-black version, the Hero Maestro 125 also gets the same engine with same power specs. For you to know, Hero Maestro 125 comes with an obvious 125cc (124.6cc) engine.

Hero Maestro Stealth Edition
Hero Maestro Edge Stealth Edition

The motor produces 9bhp of max power and 10.4Nm of peak torque. As said earlier, these figures coincide with its non-black counterparts. The engine comes with the new Xsens technology that is basically the programmed Fi. X-sense works in conjunction with the various sensors in the Maestro to give the exact thing your right-hand says.

Hero Maestro Edge 125 Stealth Edition Specific Features

Hero Maestro Stealth Edition Features
Hero Maestro Stealth Edition Features

As Hero Maestro Edge ‘Stealth Edition’ is based on the conventional Maestro Edge 125, it mostly houses a couple of changes. Major ones being in the aesthetics department. That said, the new edition gets Carbon Fibre striping, new graphics with matte grey theme, Stealth badging, dual-textured seats and diamond-cut alloy wheels.

In addition to that, Maestro also gets the traditional features like

  • Revolutionary i3s technology for better mileage,
  • Striking LED insignia
  • Digital analogue speedo console.
  • Service Reminder
  • Side-stand warning light and more

Hero Maestro’s Pricing and its Rivals

Firstly, kudos to Hero that they have brought the all-black theme to the two-wheeler segment here in India. In no time, other manufacturers will surely have something on the table too.

With that said, this festive season, Hero is betting high on their numbers and have launched this Scooter at a price of ₹72,950 (ex-Showroom). Not considering the colours, the Maestro Edge 125 rivals the likes of Suzuki Access 125, TVS NTorq, Honda Activa 125 and more.

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What do you think will the all-black theme also dominate in the two-wheelers and we’ll see more such motorcycles and scooters? Let us know in the comment section.

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