Ducati with its eyes on the future wants to foray into the entry-level premium segment in India. This segment currently has motorcycles like the BMW G 310 twins, the KTM 390 Duke, the TVS Apache RR310 and the Yamaha R3. But, to do that, Ducati needs a local partner; a partner who understands both low cost manufacturing and wide range distribution.
India’s biggest two-wheeler manufacturer, Hero MotoCorp, has decided to shrink its product portfolio. The company has pulled the plug on three of its motorcycles and have also taken off from its official website.
The 2017 Hero Maestro Edge has been launched at Rs 57,782 (ex-showroom, Mumbai). The new model benefits from a revised BS IV-compliant engine, new paint schemes and decals and an Always Headlamp On (AHO) feature.
Hero MotoCorp is going to launch a facelift of its highest-selling scooter, the Maestro Edge. A leaked brochure has revealed that the scooter benefits from a retuned engine, new paint schemes and the always headlamp on (AHO) feature.