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Hero Xtreme 200S BS6 launched at INR 1,15,715/- (Ex-showroom, Delhi)

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  • Hero Xtreme 200S BS6 launched at INR 1,15,715/- (Ex-showroom, Delhi)

    Hero Xtreme 200S BS6 has been launched in India. In addition to the BS6 engine, it gets XSens technology, an oil-cooler and a new Pearl Fadeless White color. The Xtreme 200S BS6 will be available at Hero MotoCorp showrooms across the country at an attractive price of INR 1,15,715/- (Ex-showroom, Delhi).

    Commenting on the launch, Naveen Chauhan, Head – Sales and Aftersales, Hero MotoCorp, said, “The new Xtreme 200S showcases our focused approach to the premium segment. Our premium products like the Xtreme 160R and XPulse 200 BS6 are receiving an overwhelming response from the customers. I am confident that the Xtreme 200S will build on their success.”

    The Xtreme 200S also comes with a complimentary Road Side Assistance (RSA), valid for one-year. The RSA provides 24x7 assistance to customers all across India with benefits such as On-call Support • Repair on spot • Tow to the nearest Hero workshop • Fuel Delivery in case of fuel run-out • Flat tyre Support • Battery Jump Start • Accidental Assistance (on demand) • Key Retrieval Support.

    Malo Le Masson, Head of Strategy, Hero MotoCorp, said, “Our horizontal strategy catering to all customer categories has worked really well and has allowed us to grow our market share in the premium motorcycle segment. We are confident that the BS-VI Xtreme 200S will continue its strong performance and further fortify our presence in the segment.”

    Xtreme 200S BS6

    The Xtreme 200S is powered by a 200cc BS6 Programmed Fuel Injection engine with XSens Technology, providing a superior ride experience. It delivers 17.8 BHP @ 8500 RPM and an impressive torque of 16.4 Nm @ 6500 RPM. The motorcycle now comes with an oil cooler that further improves the riding experience with improved engine heat exchange ensuring no overheating, higher durability and longer engine life.

    Offering perfect riding ergonomics with aerodynamic fairing, the new Xtreme 200S provides an unmatched combination of performance and style. Targeted at today’s smart and connected next-gen, the new motorcycle with its sporty stance and wind protection rides as comfortably in the city as on the highways.

    In addition to a compact exhaust that adds to the sleek appeal, the motorcycle offers Twin LED headlamp and LED tail light, Bluetooth connectivity, turn-by-turn navigation, Auto-Sail technology, chiseled rear cowl design, anti-slip seats and a full Digital LCD cluster with gear indicator, trip meter and service reminder.

    The Xtreme 200S comes with a 7-step adjustable mono shock suspension that offers superior ride handling, 276 mm Front Disc with single channel ABS and 220 mm Rear Disc for added safety.

    Adding to the sporty appeal of the motorcycle are three exciting colors - Sports Red, Panther Black and the new Pearl Fadeless White.

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    Re: Hero Xtreme 200S BS6 launched at INR 1,15,715/- (Ex-showroom, Delhi)

    Hmm... happy to see no significant BS6 performance penalty, at least on paper.

    The only one thing peculiar about the design is handlebar mounted RVMs. If you have a fairing, that should be used to mount the RVMs, and the handlebar should have an option to retro fit a RVM in case handlebar mounting is desperately needed.
    Secondly, kick start might look out of place on this bike today, but if Hero wants to keep this as a USP, there's nothing wrong with it as such, and they're most welcome, but the design can be modernised to hide it and save weight as well (like on a Yamaha FZ).
    After all, in this segment, I don't suspect a person keeping it on kick only basis, so even if its uncomfortable to kick, its a feature used rarely only.

    Hero still can go bold with design elements in my humble opinion, but last time they did it generated mixed responses. (the red spark plug cover, Karizma redesign etc.) So, let me just say it seems like a job well done, but will have to test ride to say any further.
    Last edited by Samarth 619; 11-11-2020, 12:41 PM.
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    • #3
      Looks good & it is actually good value for money Bike for a person if he or she wants to ride mostly within city.
      Don't Honk Unnecessarily