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Thread: hero maestro vs honda activa

                  
   
   
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    hero maestro vs honda activa

    As after long times the hero has launched a scooty type vehicle , the maestro will it prove to be competent with the long lasting Honda activa . so as I am planning to buy bike for my dad, can you tell me the differences and some specifications of both these vehicles so as to make me clear about the purchase.

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    Firstly we will talk about the upcoming maestro and according to some sources it seems like this vehicle has been intentionally planned as an good-looking unisex scooter. Skilled persons believe that there can be no improved way than this to take on the opponent Honda (Activa).

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    Hello friends, I have some more information on this side. The stand-out characteristics of this unisex scooter are improved storage space as contrast to Activa together with the instrumentation characterizing an LCD console. In all above , it will tend to run on an 110cc new age group V-Matic four-stroke engine in addition to well equipped with AMI (Advanced Microprocessor Ignition) technology.

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    The most important part of the specification is the engine and the Hero MotoCorp Maestro is integrated with 109 cc four-stroke, single cylinder and it is well equipped with air-cooled engine generating an predictable power of 8Bhp and torque of 8.5 Nm approximately similar as the Honda Activa. together these vehicles share the identical platform other than the Hero MotoCorp Maestro is well equipped with variomatic program followed subsequently with dry automatic centrifugal clutch system along with CDI ignition. But I can say here that the Honda Activa scores for its entrenched V-Matic transmission in addition to self and kick ignition system.

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    There are more specifications and most are similar to each other. Regarding the braking system, the front and rear brakes have dimension of 130mm drum. in cooperation of the Maestro and Honda Activa , they are motorized by battery of 12V 5AH along with the headlamp of 35W/35W but the tail/stop lamp provided with 5/21W. so both can prove comfortable to drive during the night.

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    To consider about some similarities, I will say that the two models have some specifications in common. So considering with the tyre size, the size of front and the rear tyres of in cooperation the Hero MotoCorp Maestro and Honda Activa is 3.5 x 10 mm. when we consider the security actions, both the Hero Maestro and the Honda Activa are of the same size.

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    So to compare with the mileage of both vehicles and the tank capacity, the Hero MotoCorp Maestro has fuel tank capacity of six litres whereas that of the Activa is presented with fuel tank capacity of 5.3 litre consisting in an economic average. But as most of the guys have not tested the mileage of hero we can稚 make a declaration on this side.

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    As per the sources, it has came to our notice that it can be really said that Hero MotoCorp's proposal of introducing a scooter is actually an appreciating march particularly in the situation when there is decline in requirement for scooters in Indian two-wheeler industry. a lot of view it as an crash of a variety of super bikes approaching India.

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    I would say that the hero Maestro will also have the same records as the active has achieved and therefore will prove to be the great unisex scooty in these recent days.

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    So I would say that as the hero Maestro is a new launch in the market and all are getting bored with the Honda activa, you can make plans to buy this scooty as it will never let you down in any terms.

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    Yes ive gone thru comparative in details, only diffrence is maestro body is pf CBS plastic to reduce weight and improve mileage, where as honda activa now has mixed body (metal cbs plastic)

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    Honda activa in seems a good choice but talking about performance it’s not up to the mark as I owned this one and facing lot of problem……suddenly its battery goes down often and drum brake doesn’t work properly, moreover its mileage is not so impressive…... So, at last I have decided to buy mahindra scooter i.e duro……..heard about it a lot that it has loads of features in context of suspension, brakes and engine.

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    Specification of Hero MotoCorp Maestro
    Engine Specification
    Displacement: 109cc
    Engine: 4-stroke Single Cylinder OHC
    Maximum Power: 8.2 Bhp @ 7500 rpm
    Maximum Torque: 9.1 Nm @ 5500 rpm
    Gears: Automatic
    Clutch: Dry, Automatic Centrifugal Clutch
    Chassis Type: High Rigidity Underbone Type
    Cooling Type: Air Cooling

    Other Specification
    Ground Clearance: 155.00 mm
    Fuel Tank: 5.30 ltrs
    Wheelbase: 1240.00 mm
    Headlamp: 12V - 35W / 35W - Halogen Bulb
    Battery Type: Maintainance Fee
    Battery Voltage: 12 V
    Battery Capacity: 3 Ah
    Wheel Type: Alloys
    Wheel Size: 90 / 100 x 10 - 53 J- mm
    Colors: Panther Black Met, Pearl Fadeless White, Force Silver Met, Pearl Harvest Green, Candy Blazing Red and Maestro Blue Met.

    Honda Activa specification
    Fuel Efficiency
    Fuel Economy: 52.2 kmpl
    Fuel Capacity: 6 litre
    Fuel Type: Petrol

    Engine Specification
    Engine Type: SingleCylinder AirCooled OHC
    Displacement: 102 cc
    Compression Ratio: 9.0:1
    Maximum Power: 7.0@7000 BHP@RPM
    Maximum Torque: 7.85@5500 Nm@rpm
    Cylinder Bore: 50 mm
    Stoke: 52 mm
    Ignition: CDI

    Dimensions
    Length: 1765 mm
    Height: 1130 mm
    Width: 715 mm
    Clearance: 145 mm
    Saddle Height: 760 mm
    Curb Weight: 111 kg
    Chassis: Tubular Underbone

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    trust me buddy, neither of them are good. one of my friend is using honda activa and he is very much traumatized by its performance. now he is looking forward to buy mahindra duro. its a fully loaded scooter. one must give it a try.

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    Buddy Trust me Duro DZ is worth the money.. Take a test drive and see...

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