The 125 cc segment is getting intense with competitors like the TVS Ntorq and the Aprilia SR 125 giving design and sportiness a priority. The latest to join this club is the Hero Maestro Edge 125, launched in India for a price of ₹58,500. The scooter is aimed at the younger audience and stands out as a sporty alternative to the Aprilia and the Ntorq.
Let’s take a detailed look at the new Hero Maestro Edge 125 against the TVS Ntorq in terms of specifications and features to see which of the two offers better value for money.
The Hero Maestro Edge 125 is priced at ₹58,500, while the TVS Ntorq ₹58,252, ex-showroom Delhi. The Hero Maestro 125 is available in three variants — drum brakes with carb, disc brake with carb, and finally a disc brake variant with FI. The TVS Ntorq is available in two variants — drum and disc.
|Pricing||Hero Maestro 125||TVS Ntorq|
Features — Hero Maestro vs TVS Ntorq
The Hero Maestro gets telescopic front forks, a semi-digital instrument cluster with a side stand indicator, USB charging port, Hero’s i3S technology, a boot lid indicator, alloy wheels, and combined braking system, which is mandatory as per the new government rules.
Speaking of the TVS Ntorq, the 125 cc scooter gets telescopic front forks, an optional disc brake at the front with a combined braking system, alloy wheels, 12-inch tubeless tyres, an engine kill switch and most importantly, a digital instrument cluster with smartphone connectivity that allows you to call, read messages, and do more.
Engine specifications on the Maestro 125 vs Ntorq
In terms of power, both vehicles get a 125 cc, single-cylinder air-cooled engine mated to a CVT gearbox. Power figures vary and below is a detailed list of specifications.
|Specifications||Hero Maestro 125||TVS Ntorq|
|Displacement||124.6 cc||124.79 cc|
|Power||9.1 bhp||9.1 bhp|
|Torque||10.2 Nm||10.5 Nm|
|Mileage||50 km/l||47 km/l|