Hero MotoCorp launches the new ‘connected’ Maestro Edge 110 in Nepal

Nepal General Marketing Pvt. Ltd, the sole distributor of Hero motorcycles in Nepal, has launched the new Maestro Edge 110. The scooter comes equipped with an LED projector headlamp, full digital speedometer, idle start/stop system (i3s), bluetooth connectivity with call alerts, and turn-by-turn navigation as additional features to its predecessor’s.

Commenting on the launch, Sanjay Bhan, Head – Global Business, Hero MotoCorp said: “With customer centricity at the core, we are committed to providing our customers in Nepal with the most relevant products featuring the latest technology and design. The new Maestro Edge 110 aligns with our promise to provide a premium and superior experience to the youth of the country. We will keep introducing more exciting products in Nepal and empower our customers here with Hero MotoCorp’s world-class products and services.”

The Maestro Edge 110 will be available at Hero MotoCorp customer touch-points across the country at an attractive price of Rs 2,15,000.


The new Maestro Edge 110 comes with a first-in-segment powerful LED projector headlamp in a new sleeker design. The front end of the scooter is now sharper and the scooter comes in two color options: Matt Red and Blue.


The new Maestro Edge 110 is powered by a 110cc BS-IV compliant engine that delivers a power output of 8 bhp @ 7500 rpm with a peak torque output of 8.7 Nm @ 5500 rpm.


The new Maestro Edge 110 offers a host of technologically advanced connectivity features with a fully digital speedometer and Bluetooth connectivity, turn-by-turn navigation, and call alerts for ease of access to critical information on the go. The idle start-stop system (i3S) feature helps save fuel, and the external fuel-refilling facility adds to customer convenience.

About Hero MotoCorp

Hero MotoCorp has been present in Nepal since 2010, along with its exclusive distributor, Nepal General Marketing (NGM). The company caters to customers through a network of over 90 touch-points across the country, including 75 dealerships, 87 service centres, and more than 90 sparepart outlets.

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