Activa 4G vs Maestro Edge

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Rs59,015 *
*On Road Price Delhi
Rs55,796 *
*On Road Price Delhi

Honda Activa 4G vs Hero Maestro Edge

Honda Activa 4G vs Hero Maestro Edge: Honda Activa 4G STD is the more fuel efficient one with a claimed mileage of 60 Kmpl while the claimed figure for Hero Maestro Edge LX is 53 Kmpl. Hero Maestro Edge is priced at Rs 55,796 (On road, Delhi) while Honda Activa 4G is the costlier one priced at Rs 59,015 (On road, Delhi). Activa 4G is available in 7 colour options while Maestro Edge has 9 colours to choose from. Activa 4G churns out a power of 8.11 PS @ 7500 rpm while Maestro Edge produces 8.15 PS @ 7500 rpm.

Overview

Mileage60 Kmpl53 Kmpl
Front BrakeDrumDrum
Rear BrakeDrumDrum
Wheel TypeAlloyAlloy
StartingKick and Self StartKick and Self Start
Fuel Capacity5.3 Ltrs5.5 Ltrs
Engine TypeAir Cooled, 4 Stroke, SI EngineAir-Cooled, 4-Stroke Single Cylinder OHC Engine
Displacement109.19 cc110.9 cc
Maximum Speed83 Kmph85 Kmph
Gear BoxV-MaticVariomatic Drive (2.51 - 0.85)
Fuel TypePetrolPetrol
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Engine and Transmission

Engine TypeAir Cooled, 4 Stroke, SI EngineAir-Cooled, 4-Stroke Single Cylinder OHC Engine
Displacement109.19 cc110.9 cc
Mileage60 Kmpl53 Kmpl
Maximum Power8.11 PS @ 7500 rpm8.15 PS @ 7500 rpm
Maximum Torque9 Nm @ 5500 rpm8.7 Nm @ 5500 rpm
StartingKick and Self StartKick and Self Start
Maximum Speed83 Kmph85 Kmph
Cooling SystemAir CooledAir Cooled
Gear BoxV-MaticVariomatic Drive (2.51 - 0.85)
ClutchAutomaticAutomatic Clutch
No. of Cylinders11
Drive TypeV-MaticChain Drive
Valves (per cylinder)21
Bore50 mm50.0 mm
Stroke55.6 mm56.5 mm
Supply SystemNACarburetor
Transmission TypeAutomaticAutomatic

Tyres and Brakes

Tyre Size

Front :-90/100-10,

Rear :-90/100-10

Front :-90/100-12

Rear :-90/100-10

Tyre TypeTubelessTubeless
Wheel Size

Front :-10 inch,

Rear :-10 inch

Front :-12 inch

Rear :-10 inch

Front BrakeDrumDrum
Rear BrakeDrumDrum
Optimum Tyre pressure (Rider)NA22 psi
Optimum Tyre Pressure (Rider & Pillion)NA22 psi
Front Brake Diameter130 mm130 mm
Rear Brake Diameter130 mm130 mm

Features and Safety

SpeedometerAnalogueAnalogue
OdometerAnalogueDigital
TripmeterNADigital
ABSNoNo
CBSYesNo
Body GraphicsNoStunning Graphics
Carry HookYesNA
Fuel economy IndicatorYesYes
Unique FeaturesNAExternal Fuel Filling.
Seat TypeNASingle
ConsoleNAAnalogue and Digital
ClockNoNo
Passenger BackrestNoNo
Step-up SeatNoNo
Passenger FootrestYesYes
Underseat StorageYes Charging Port & Boot Light
Distance to Empty IndicatorNoNo

Chassis and Suspension

Chassis/FrameUnder BoneHigh Rigidity Underbone Type
Front SuspensionSpring Loaded Hydraulic TypeTelescopic, Hydraulic Shock Absorber
Rear SuspensionSpring Loaded Hydraulic TypeUnit Swing with Spring Loaded Hydraulic Damper

Dimensions

Length1761 mm1841 mm
Height1149 mm1190 mm
Width710 mm695 mm
Ground Clearance153 mm155 mm
Saddle Height765 mm775 mm
Kerb Weight108 Kg110 Kg
Wheelbase1238 mm1261 mm
Fuel Capacity5.3 Ltrs5.5 Ltrs

Electricals

IgnitionCDIFull Transisterized CDI
Head LampNA12V-35W/35W - Halogen Bulb (Multi-Reflector Type)
Tail LampBulbLED
Turn Signal LampNABulb
Pass SwitchNAYes
Projector HeadlightNoNo
Battery TypeMaintenance FreeLead Acid Type
Battery Capacity12 V - 3 Ah12 V - 4 Ah (MF Battery)
Low Fuel IndicatorYesNA
Pilot LampsNoNo
LED Tail LightNoLED Type
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