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Hero had to delay the launch of the Xtreme 160R bike because of the pandemic.
Both the companies are offering the new bike with upgraded engine and improved features.
Both these companies had just started production activities in the country few days back.
Slowly but gradually car and bike makers are opening up their retail points across the country.
Starting with India’s leading two-wheeler manufacturer, Hero MotoCorp’s Passion Pro i3s is the most affordable motorcycle on the list at an on-road price of Rs 60,882 for the disc brake variant. It is powered by a 97.2cc, single cylinder motor which generates the power of 8.2 bhp and 8.05 Nm torque.
To rival the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V ( Rs 1.03 lakh, ex-showroom), Bajaj Pulsar NS200 ( Rs 1.01 lakh, ex-showroom), the Xtreme will draw its power with an air-cooled, single cylinder 199.6cc engine. It chunks the maximum power of 18.4 PS at 8000 RPM with the peak torque of 17.1 Nm at 6500 RPM.
The Karizma bike was first time launched way back in the year 2003, since when the machine has been like an icon for the brand. However, with the new revised look in 2014, the ZMR was not accepted by the masses.
Powered by a lithium-ion battery, the Ather 340 electric motor offers up to 4.4kW (5.9 PS) of maximum power with the peak torque of 20 Nm, while in the case of the Ather 450, it chunks the power of 5.4kW (7.3 PS) with 20.5 Nm of torque. The EVs offers the same torque performance as the Yamaha FZ25.
As per the company, the hike has been implemented to offset the cost of rising input costs including the price of commodities.
Each motorcycle has some special feature which differentiates it from one other.
The brand will launch the machine in three the single tone and two are dual-tone colour options. it is expected to be priced between Rs 85,000 to Rs 95,000.
Hero has upgraded up Hero Duet 125 and Maestro Edge 125 with the i3s engine technology, which was earlier spotted on the iSmart Splendour. The company has