The company recently unveiled the Duet alongside the Maestro Edge and comes with an all new metal body and design, and it shares some components and the engine with the Maestro Edge. The Duet gets chrome-finished rear panels, 3D emblem, twin hold grab rail, tubeless tyres, a digital-analogue console. The scooter features an external fuel filling, mobile charging port, telescopic front suspension, boot light, digital analog meter console and many more.
The Duet features multiple safety features like the side stand indicator, throttle position sensor (TPS), integrated braking system, tubeless tyres and so on. Powering the Duet is a 110cc air-cooled, 4-stroke, single cylinder OHC engine, producing a maximum power output of 8.31bhp and maximum torque of 8.3Nm. The Duet offers a mileage of 63.8 km/litre to match the performance.
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The scooter will be available in 6 colours - Candy Blazing Red, Pearl Silver White, Grace Grey, Matte Nature Green, Panther Black and Vernier Grey (Non-metallic).