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In 2006, it was the iconic Hero Honda CBZ that was first branded with the Xtreme badging. But after the split between Hero and Honda in 2010, the CBZ Xtreme came to be known as Hero Xtreme. The Hero Xtreme was a decent motorcycle with a pretty affordable price tag that offered an adequate amount of power, comfort and fuel efficiency. But the motorcycle scenario in India had changed drastically with the likes of the Yamaha FZ 2.0 and the Suzuki Gixxer series. These bikes made a serious mark in ....Read complete review
The least priced variant is Hero Xtreme Sports Double Disc priced at Rs. 93,476 and the most priced variant is Hero Xtreme Sports Single Disc priced at Rs. 93,476.
|Double Disc||149.2 cc,||Rs93,476|
|Single Disc||149.2 cc,||Rs93,476|
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In 2006, it was the iconic Hero Honda CBZ that was first branded with the Xtreme badging. But after the split between Hero and Honda in 2010, the CBZ Xtreme came to be known as Hero Xtreme. The Hero Xtreme was a decent motorcycle with a pretty affordable price tag that offered an adequate amount of power, comfort and fuel efficiency. But the motorcycle scenario in India had changed drastically with the likes of the Yamaha FZ 2.0 and the Suzuki Gixxer series. These bikes made a serious mark in the premium 150cc segment and got Hero MotoCorp’s attention too. Hence the world’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer decided to launch a sporty rendition of their best 150cc bike as the Hero Xtreme Sports. The new Hero Xtreme Sports is a not only a premium 150cc commuter but works well for those weekend long rides too. It sports a wolf-eyed headlight, new instrument console, wider tubeless rear tyre, and striking new graphics as well. This amazing sports commuter competes with the likes of TVS RTR 160, Yamaha FZ, Suzuki Gixxer, and newly launched Honda Xblade. Hero Xtreme Sports is available in two variants - the standard variant with rear drum brake at Rs.80,100 and the exclusive variant with a rear disc brake at Rs.82,100.
Hero Xtreme Sports is a premium commuter based on the older model, Hero Xtreme. Hence, although it has certain design similarities, the current model has received updates too. Brand new headlamp with the LED wolf-eye setup at the front gives a striking look to the bike. On the side, the tank gets a sharper scoop and also gets sportier engine scoop, sleek side, and rear panels as well. On the rear, new LED tail light with light guides looks very sharp when lit up. Single seat layout is replaced by a split seat on the new Xtreme Sports, which lends it a more sporty look. Exhaust is new and looks much better than the older Hero Xtreme model. Now the Xtreme Sports also gets split grab bars instead of the single piece before. The instrument panel is completely new and has a very unique design. It has a huge RPM meter in analog flanked by the small fuel gauge and the digital meter. The readouts are clear on the digital meter which shows the speedometer, odometer, trip meter, and a clock.The Hero Xtreme Sports comes in a choice of 5 colours that are Fiery Red, Panther Black, Pyro Orange, Mercuric Silver, and Black & Red.
Hero MotoCorp has always been known for its robust engine quality and this bike is no different. Powering the Hero Xtreme Sports is a 149.2cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke, single cylinder OHC engine. It produces a max power of 15.6bhp at 8500rpm with a peak torque of 13.50Nm at 7000rpm. The engine is very smooth and is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The engine also runs on Hero MotoCorp’s Advanced Tumble Flow Technology (ATFT) which results in better fuel economy and cleaner emissions from the bike. Hence the bike produces a mileage of around 50kmpl and the top speed is claimed to be 107kmph. Fuel tank capacity is decent at 12.1 litres with a usable reserve of 1.5 litres
With a wider handlebar, the ride is more inclined towards sporty but is not overly so. The bike features telescopic hydraulic forks at the front while the rear gets a 5 step adjustable gas reservoir suspension on the rectangular swing arm. The ride is smooth and supple on the Hero Xtreme Sports thanks to the adjustable suspension setup. Braking setup is good with a 240mm front disc brake and the rear gets a 130mm drum as standard or there is an option to go for the better 220mm disc brake. Twin-spoke 18-inch alloy wheels come as standard which runs on 80 / 100 x 18 - 47 p section tubeless tyre on the front and a rear 110 / 90 x 18 - 61 p section tubeless tyre.
Xtreme Sports being a premium offering from Hero has better safety feature than its basic commuter bikes. For a first, it has a front as well as a rear disc brake. Disc brakes on both ends mean better stability while braking suddenly and increases the rider safety aspect too. The motorcycle doesn't get a headlight on-off switch as it features the AHO system to comply with the BSIV norms. With this unique safety feature, the bike is visible to the oncoming traffic during any light conditions, thereby keeping the bike as well as the rider very safe. As mentioned earlier that the bike has a unique and quirky looking instrument console. Because of this, there is no key slot as seen on the older Hero Xtreme. It's actually now almost hidden just behind the headlamp on the right-hand side. This is a very unique placement of the key slot in the respective segment.
|On Road||Rs 93,476|
|On Road||Rs 93,476|