One of the prime reasons why people love automatic scooters so much is because they do not have to worry about changing gears.
But what if turning the scooter on and off was also automatic and intuitive? Well in such a case you end with a scooter like the Hero Destini 125.
DESIGN AND STYLING
The Hero Destini 125 boasts of a clean and somewhat premium design scheme. It has a curvy and chrome heavy front that has long swept back turn indicators. The beefy tail-lamp is a looker as well. The only thing that I found missing was LED headlamps or DRLs. The seat cushion is broad and comfortable for two people and if you go for the Vx variant, it comes with dual texture. The part analogue, part digital instrument cluster is basic but functional as it shows you your speed, distance covered, time, fuel level and has a trip meter. A remote release allows the rider to open the externally located fuel fill cap easily and the scooter has a handy indicator that buzzes if you start the scooter with the lid open. The boot area is decent for a small helmet or bag and you can get a boot light and USB charging port in the higher variant.
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