1Hero Xtreme 200R
The machine features a semi-digital instrument console, front and rear disk brakes with optional ABS, LED taillamps, tank pad to avoid scratches as the standard for all variants and improved graphics for a sporty feel.
2Hero Xtreme 200R
The Hero Xtreme 200R is an upgrade to the Xtreme 150cc model, powered by an air-cooled, single cylinder 199.6cc engine.
3Hero Maestro Edge 125
Earlier spotted in the Hero Splendor iSmart bike, the i3S technology allows the system to automatically switch off the engine and switches back on when you simply press the clutch.
4Hero Maestro Edge 125
As far as mileage is concerned, Duet 125 claims 59kmpl, while Maestro Edge 125 promises to offer 62kmpl.
5Hero Duet 125
Hero MotoCorp has launched new upgraded models of the Duet 125 and Maestro Edge 125, equipped with the i3S engine.
6Hero Duet 125
The 125cc displacement motor is capable of producing 8.5 bhp of maximum power with peak torque of 10 Nm.
7Hero Xtreme 200R
It delivers 18.4 PS at 8000 RPM and 17.1 Nm at 6500 RPM.
8Hero XPulse 200
The adventure bike is powered by a 200cc fuel injection engine, which delivers 18.9 PS of maximum power and peak torque of 17.1 Nm.
9Hero XPulse 200
It runs on a 21-inch spoke wheel at the front and 18-inch spoke tyre at the rear, which improves it balancing while off-roading
10Hero XPulse 200
XPulse comes with an all-digital instrument console, along with the new smartphone connectivity for navigation. Further, it is equipped with the LED headlamp setup, knuckle guards on the handlebar, rack for the panniers (luggage carrier) and dual disk brakes