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Those are not dual headlamps! They are turn indicators!!
OMFG! Indicators of the size of a headlamp!
As if original ZMR wasn't ugly enough, they brought this out. Lets hope specifications are good. For me its functionality over form.
The exhaust looks similar to new Xtreme's exhaust.
Last edited by chinmayakar; 09-27-2013 at 02:04 PM.
if this is what the new Karizma was all about.. then i am disappointed by Hero
now-a-days, looks of a bike matter if it has to survive in the current competitive market..
Ride safe and have fun.
Give a Dual headlamp, some "touched up" fairing and a new rear mud-guard design and keep all other components same, that's the NEW Karizma??? Sincerely hope that it has got something new in the technology dept.
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Lets wait for the specs before manipulating on its performance..
and for information.. the ZMR doesn't look ugly... and for those who feel it is ugly can please keep that Opinion of theirs to themselves..
Something that is ugly is ugly. Besides looks are subjective, and we are not calling any human being as ugly here. If you do not like it, skip it...
One word to describe the all new karizma, it's awesome , good job Hero along with Erik Buell , waiting for the complete spec sheet. . . BTW guys, found this website, Bishakh Flynn Rout have a look at it. . .
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I smell Projector lamps
Refreshing change from Bulky looking current ZMR. Commendable job by Hero/EBR. Looks like Honda was actually screwing Hero when comes to naming and designing bikes :P
ZMR after going to Gym/Yoga.
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