It was the Hero-Honda banner that first brought out this bike in the year 2005 targeting women riders. 'Why should boys have all the fun' ran the tagline and now it's gotten better. Lookswise, it still resembles the earlier model but now comes with trendy new paint schemes. The most significant update it's gotten is the Integrated Braking (IBS) which is the same as the one on the Maestro and Duet. The combined braking machenism engages both - the front and the rear brakes when the left brake lever is pulled, thus, providing better braking in emergency situations too. There are more updates like the light in the glove box which is also lockable. There is also a side stand indicator and combination ignition lock + seat opening mechanism. Then there's the new age instrument cluster and a mobile charger socket which harkens to the future. The scooter is powered by a single-cylinder, 102cc engine which produces 6.9bhp of power and 8.1Nm of torque. It finds rivals in the form of Honda Activa-i, Yamaha Ray, and the Honda Dio.