Legend and TVS engines are two understood names in the field of bike producing in India. Both the organizations have thought of good performing bicycles now and again and have made a specialty for themselves in the market. As the gearless bikes wound up well known in India, the two organizations rushed to catch the chance. Be that as it may, it was the TVS Group, which was the first of the two to enter in this market with their Scooty. Scooty before long ended up synonymous with gearless bikes. By the by, with Maestro, Hero likewise positively shaped this fragment.
Here is an examination of the two with one another dependent on value, motor details, mileage and other such pertinent elements.
Cost – Undoubtedly, the first and most significant parameter that figures out which way the purchasing choice goes is the value factor. The Hero Maestro is valued at INR 46400/ – and the TVS Wego is estimated at INR 48160/ – to 50762/ – . At the beginning, the evaluating factor is positively adjusted towards the Maestro.
Motor Specifications – The Maestro is controlled by a 109 cc, 4-stroke Single Cylinder OHC motor, which is equipped for delivering 8.2 Bhp @ 7500 rpm and 9.1 Nm of most extreme torque at 5500 rpm. Then again, the Wego keeps running on a 110 cc, 4-stroke, single barrel, air-cooled motor that creates a pinnacle intensity of 8 Bhp @ 7500 rpm and a pinnacle torque of 8 Nm at 5500 rpm. Obviously the Hero bike is more dominant and quicker than the TVS bike.
Mileage – Hero Maestro restores a mileage of 40 to 45 kmpl. On the other hand, the Wego offers a mileage of 50 to 55 kmpl. Maestro has a somewhat better fuel tank limit of 5.3 liters contrasted with the five-liter fuel tank limit of Wego. The two bicycles offer a top speed of 90 kmph. While the Maestro takes 9.2 seconds to achieve the speed of 60 kmph from inactive, the Wego takes just eight seconds to accomplish the equivalent.
Different highlights – Maestro is more extensive and taller than the idle heroes events. The last is longer than the previous. Be that as it may, of the two, Maestro has a superior ground leeway figure of 155 mm, when contrasted with the 145 mm of Wego. The two bicycles offer drum brakes at back and front. Notwithstanding, the Wego offers an outer fuel filler top, which is a gift to the riders. What’s more, the suspension and ride nature of Wego is superior to that of the Maestro.
To finish up, if there should be an occurrence of cost and motor capacities, the Maestro is by all accounts a decent decision. Nonetheless, regarding ride quality and certain utilities, the Wego is better. A definitive choice can be taken dependent on individual needs.