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Hero MotoCorp hints at entering Moto3

Hero MotoCorp hints at entering Moto3

And become the second Indian to do so after Mahindra
Hero MotoCorp hints at entering Moto3
Hero MotoCorp hints at entering Moto3
Hero MotoCorp hints at entering Moto3
Hero MotoCorp hints at entering Moto3
Hero MotoCorp hints at entering Moto3
Hero MotoCorp hints at entering Moto3
Hero MotoCorp hints at entering Moto3
Hero MotoCorp hints at entering Moto3

There is ‘motorcycle’ and then there is ‘motorcycle racing’. Each of them has a different meaning for every manufacturer. And being associated with the latter is a form of prestige to them. The term ‘motorcycle racing’ was coined the day the second motorcycle was ever made. Since then, the world of racing has seen a great deal of competition and rivalry amongst competing manufacturers and builders, all vying for the glory of unadulterated use of power and the pride of being at the top of their game.

The Indian two-wheeler industry is now evolving to become a major player on the world stage. Today they are capable of producing motorcycles that beam innovation and technology acumen at the highest standards giving the competition a run for their money.

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Dakar Rally 2017 sees the chequered flag

Dakar Rally 2017 sees the chequered flag

Both Indian teams complete the gruelling course successfully
Dakar Rally 2017 sees the chequered flag
Dakar Rally 2017 sees the chequered flag
Dakar Rally 2017 sees the chequered flag
Dakar Rally 2017 sees the chequered flag
Dakar Rally 2017 sees the chequered flag
Dakar Rally 2017 sees the chequered flag
Dakar Rally 2017 sees the chequered flag
Dakar Rally 2017 sees the chequered flag

The Dakar Rally (or simply "The Dakar"; formerly known as the "Paris–Dakar Rally") is the world’s most challenging cross-country rally event that judges the physical and mental aptitudes of the rider and the machine since its inception in 1978.

Man and machine are made to traverse the toughest of terrains that include sand dunes, mud, grass, rocks, ergs and everything inhumane for a catastrophic 9000 kilometres. It demands the greatest level of endurance and concentration to charter through the wild.

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Hero HF Deluxe is updated with iSmart tech

Hero HF Deluxe is updated with iSmart tech

Hero’s entry level gets something missing on most high-ends
Hero HF Deluxe is updated with iSmart tech

Hero MotoCorp is the world’s largest manufacturer of two wheels and no one understands commuting more than this company. They have had a good run all this while, and their big guns were infact the commuter segment which outsold any other motorcycle in the same segment. They were pioneers in getting electric start to the segment amongst others.

The entry level commuter segment motorcycle from Hero is the HF Deluxe (CD Deluxe when Hero had partnered with Honda) after the HD Dawn. In 2010, the bike received minimal updates with regards to a few cosmetic makeovers. In 2014, a side stand indicator and a clear lens headlamp unit was installed that gave it a fresh look. The side body cowls were all new, and are longer and aerodynamic than before.

Like in all other eight 100cc commuters of Hero, this 97.2cc engine on the HF Deluxe is light and peppy, with enough zest to take on exhaustive city duties with ease. The engine develops a higher power output of 8.36 bhp, while the maximum torque output stands at 8.05 Nm.

For 2016, Hero launched a new piece of technology to their commuter motorcycles called the iSmart. It equipped the Achiever 150 and Splendor 110 with this tech which does the job of a micro-hybrid vehicle. The basic principle here is to not burning the fuel when it is not required. The system will detect when the vehicle is put to idle and this will de-activate the engine thus conserving fuel.

For example, when you roll to a halt in traffic signals, and shift to neutral, the iSmart technology will shut the engine and will start if for you as soon as you press the clutch to put the motorcycle in gear. This will help attaining better fuel efficiency and reduce running costs.

According to the source, the iSmart enabled HF Deluxe will hit the showrooms in the month of January and Hero will probably equip its entire fleet of two wheeler with this piece of innovation and help in having a better consumer satisfaction.

As per government orders, Hero might also add the AHO (Automatic Headlight On) to the HF Deluxe and the rest of its product line-up.

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Hero Motorsports to enter the Dakar rally

Hero Motorsports to enter the Dakar rally

India’s first attempt at the world’s most grueling rally
Hero Motorsports to enter the Dakar rally
Hero Motorsports to enter the Dakar rally
Hero Motorsports to enter the Dakar rally
Hero Motorsports to enter the Dakar rally
Hero Motorsports to enter the Dakar rally
Hero Motorsports to enter the Dakar rally
Hero Motorsports to enter the Dakar rally
Hero Motorsports to enter the Dakar rally

The Dakar Rally (or simply "The Dakar"; formerly known as the "Paris–Dakar Rally") is the world’s most challenging cross-country rally event that judges the physical and mental aptitudes of the rider and the machine since its inception in 1978.

Man and machine are made to traverse the toughest of terrains that includes sand dunes, mud, grass, rocks, ergs and everything inhumane for a catastrophical 9000 kilometres. It demands the greatest level of endurance and concentration to charter through the wild.

Each of the 12 stages can range from short distances up to 800–900 kilometres per day. Both amateur and professional teams participate in this off-road endurance event on motorcycles, quad-bikes, cars and trucks across three countries in South America (since 2009). And the first entry to this monster rally from India in the Motorcycle segment is the Hero Motorsports team which will be participating for the 2017 stage that is beginning in four days from the time you will be reading this. This is the outfit’s first big milestone into motorsports.

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Hero Motorcycles will now make gears for Ducati

Hero Motorcycles will now make gears for Ducati

Growth of the Indian Specialist Manufacturing
Hero Motorcycles will now make gears for Ducati

The Italian manufacturer has given the responsibility to make their gears to the Hero MotoCorp courtesy to its experienced manufacturing and quality control. With this new development with Ducati, Hero is now in a position to make a bold statement to its image as a long standing specialist in quality manufacturing.

Echoing this idea is Hero group CMD, Pankaj Munjal who said, “This definitely is a big leap for us and we are quite excited about this new development. With this win, we are not only forging a strong relationship with a global two-wheeler leader but also reaffirming Hero’s proficiency and expertise in specialised manufacturing. We look forward to a long-term association with our patrons.”

It could be surprising to know that Hero’s client list includes German and American customers as well with BMW and Harley Davidson using products of their transmission division. As a matter of fact, more than 80 percent of Hero’s business is with global market leaders in the two wheeler industry.

All this could have been achieved only with the manufacturing unit that has seen investments of ₹150 crores able to produce the highest grade of products. Following systems that have resulted in zero parts per million (PPM) ensures high quality standards amongst global competitors.

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2017 will see a new era for Indian Motorcycle Manufacturers

2017 will see a new era for Indian Motorcycle Manufacturers

Taking the game to the next level
2017 will see a new era for Indian Motorcycle Manufacturers
2017 will see a new era for Indian Motorcycle Manufacturers
2017 will see a new era for Indian Motorcycle Manufacturers
2017 will see a new era for Indian Motorcycle Manufacturers
2017 will see a new era for Indian Motorcycle Manufacturers
2017 will see a new era for Indian Motorcycle Manufacturers
2017 will see a new era for Indian Motorcycle Manufacturers
2017 will see a new era for Indian Motorcycle Manufacturers

It was 1955, the Indian Government required strong, tough and go anywhere motorcycles for its army and police force to cater to the then craggy terrains. Enter the 350cc ‘Bullet’. The first batch of motorcycles in India, manufactured by Royal Enfield of United Kingdom, put together in Madras (Chennai). The start of a revolution.

Since then, the motorcycle industry in the country has grown mountains with its own share of valleys. And somewhere in between promising players emerged and managed to live up to the expectations and more. Today they are capable of producing motorcycles that beam innovation and technology acumen at the highest standards giving the competition a run for their money.

Bikes such as the Bajaj Pulsars, TVS Apaches and Hero (Honda) Karizmas are testament to this and they enjoyed their own share of cult following in the country across all age groups. But with more and more people able to afford higher capacity and tech infused motorcycles that are entering the Indian market from all across the globe, it sounds trouble for the Indian manufacturers.

Giving a fitting reply. Bajaj, TVS and Hero have been firing on all pistons and showcased their products at the Auto Expo. Using everything at their disposal they have managed to put together motorcycles that boasts of every possible technology features, performance figures, styling and comfort offered by foreign contenders.

Below are the motorcycles that will hit our streets and the best part about them: Made in India, for India, by India.

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10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs

10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs

10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs
10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs
10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs
10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs
10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs
10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs
10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs
10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs

In a country that is price conscious, it was a gamble played by motorcycle manufacturers when they decided to bring in their higher segment motorbikes. If statistics are to be believed, India is in the highest rankings in terms of growing economy. And the gamble payed off. People started investing in premium motorcycles that were lauded in the performance and engineering arena. More and more players started entering the Indian subcontinent to showcase their entry level performance machines. To help you have a clear decision making ability, we have compiled 10 bikes that fall under ₹ 5 lakhs that can suffice all your needs and dreams of owning a bike that can be both practical and fun to ride.

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2016 Hero Achiever

2016 Hero Achiever

Bold design exciting new features and the inclusion of all new i3s technology
2016 Hero Achiever
2016 Hero Achiever
2016 Hero Achiever
2016 Hero Achiever
2016 Hero Achiever
2016 Hero Achiever

Hero Motocorp has launched the all new Achiever iSmart in India; this will replace the existing Achiever in the Indian market. This is the fourth product after the recently introduced Hero Splendor 110 iSmart which was developed and manufactured completely by Hero without any7 assistance from Honda.

The new motorcycle from Hero will help the two wheeler manufacturer to make their presence felt in the premium segment. They already have their strong foothold in the 100cc & 125cc segments in the domestic market with their Splendor and passion series of motorcycles.

Coming to the motorcycle the Achiever 150 has been completely developed in-house in their Centre of innovation R&D centre in Jaipur. This is also where Hero’s future products will also be developed. The motorcycle promises to make a bold statement in the 150 cc segment with its completely new styling and also the new BS-iv compliant engine which also features Hero’s patented i3s technology. The motorcycle also promises to deliver an amazing ride experience too at the same time.

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2016 Hero Splendor iSmart 110

2016 Hero Splendor iSmart 110

The newest motorcycle to get the i3s technology
2016 Hero Splendor iSmart 110
2016 Hero Splendor iSmart 110
2016 Hero Splendor iSmart 110
2016 Hero Splendor iSmart 110
2016 Hero Splendor iSmart 110
2016 Hero Splendor iSmart 110
2016 Hero Splendor iSmart 110
2016 Hero Splendor iSmart 110

We always do tell that the Indian motorcycle scenario is changing and fast. The demand for bigger and powerful motorcycles has increased rapidly and now we have plenty of entry level performance motorcycles in India which are also quite affordable but that does not take away the fact the first choice of most of the Indian motorcycle buyers will always be commuter motorcycles.

Now there are some solid reasons why people love commuter motorcycles. Indian roads are one of the busiest roads of the World and riding powerful and heavy motorcycles is quite a tough job, Indian motorcycle riders mostly use their motorcycles for short distances so they rely on low maintenance and fuel efficient two wheelers.

Hero Motocorp which happens to be India’s largest two wheeler manufacturer has shifted all their focus in providing fuel efficient commuters which meets the need of every day Indian customer who looks for a motorcycle which could provide them enough comfort while also being powerful enough at the same time. The Hero Splendor has almost received a legendary status in India. Many other Indian motorcycle manufacturers too tried to compete with the Splendor but failed miserably. The Splendor still enjoys the cult status and is one of the key pillars of success for Hero Motocorp.

Hero showcased their newest commuter the Splendor iSmart 110 which too sahes some mechanical DNA with the Hero iSmart 100 because it comes incorporated with Hero’s i3S technology. This technology completely shuts the engine off after remaining idol for some time and automatically restarts the engine when the rider presses the clutch. The newest offering that we will be talking about here will actually be their sixth model in the Splendor range which automatically speaks about its popularity.

Update14.07.2016:- Hero Motocorp launched the Splendor iSmart 110 today. The details along with some new images are provided in this article

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Hero MotoCorp at 2016 Auto Expo

Hero MotoCorp at 2016 Auto Expo

Hero MotoCorp at 2016 Auto Expo
Hero MotoCorp at 2016 Auto Expo
Hero MotoCorp at 2016 Auto Expo
Hero MotoCorp at 2016 Auto Expo
Hero MotoCorp at 2016 Auto Expo
Hero MotoCorp at 2016 Auto Expo
Hero MotoCorp at 2016 Auto Expo
Hero MotoCorp at 2016 Auto Expo

If you do remember the memoirs of the Auto Expo 2014, you may recall that how Hero MotoCorp managed to shock us everyone with its range of newly developed models. The models such as HX 250R, Hastur, iOn, SimpliCity, ZIR and Dare showed the new and aggressive plans of Hero MotoCorp.

However, since then, in the last two years, none of those models showed signs of official launch, which dwindled the interest which Hero created at the last Auto Expo. The manufacturer did come back this time at the Auto Expo 2016 with a range of new concepts, launches and facelifts.

The new models by Hero MotoCorp this time were not as extremely fascinating as those previewed last time, but still managed to create a gaga at the recently concluded Auto Expo 2016. Here’s a preview of all the top ten models showcased by Hero MotoCorp this time, some of which are expected to hit the showroom floors very soon.

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Hero MotoCorp Launches Their Metal Body Scooter 'Duet' In West Bengal Today

Hero MotoCorp Launches Their Metal Body Scooter ’Duet’ In West Bengal Today

Hero MotoCorp Launches Their Metal Body Scooter 'Duet' In West Bengal Today
Hero MotoCorp Launches Their Metal Body Scooter 'Duet' In West Bengal Today
Hero MotoCorp Launches Their Metal Body Scooter 'Duet' In West Bengal Today
Hero MotoCorp Launches Their Metal Body Scooter 'Duet' In West Bengal Today
Hero MotoCorp Launches Their Metal Body Scooter 'Duet' In West Bengal Today
Hero MotoCorp Launches Their Metal Body Scooter 'Duet' In West Bengal Today
Hero MotoCorp Launches Their Metal Body Scooter 'Duet' In West Bengal Today
Hero MotoCorp Launches Their Metal Body Scooter 'Duet' In West Bengal Today

Hero MotoCorp launched the all new ‘Duet’ Scooter in West Bengal today. The metal body scooter attracted lot of attention when it was showcased alongside the Maestro Edge which is more of a premium offering from Hero. The new scooter is available in two variants; the LX version is priced at INR. 51, 500 (ex-showroom Kolkata) while the VX version is priced at INR. 52, 500(ex showroom Kolkata).

The Duet shares some of its parts and accessories with the Maestro Edge including the engine. What is even more interesting is the fact that the Duet happens to be the first of the products which was actually developed inhouse by their R&D team and underpins a completely new platform as well.

Coming to the product itself, the Hero Duet gets a bag full convenience and utility features. The list includes external fuel filling, under seat mobile charging point, Remote seats well as fuel lid opening , boot light and a service due indicator. Apart from all these features the Duet also gets number of safety features as well which includes side stand indicator, throttle position sensor (TPS), integrated braking system and tubeless tyres.

Coming to the powertrain the Duet promises to offer an impressive performance from a 110 cc, liquid cooled, 4 stroke single cylinder OHC engine. The engine generate about 8.31 Bhp of peak power at 8000 rpm and 8.3 Nm of maximum torque at 6500 rpm. This particular scooter also promises to return an impressive fuel efficiency figure of 63.8 km to a litre.

As already mentioned above the Hero Duet is available in two version including the VX and LX and also with 6 different color options which includes Candy Blazing Red, Pearl silver, Grace Grey, Nature Green, Panther Black and Vernier Grey (Non Metallic).

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Comparison – Honda CB Hornet 160R vs Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZ-S FI vs Hero Xtreme Sports

Comparison – Honda CB Hornet 160R vs Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZ-S FI vs Hero Xtreme Sports

Comparison – Honda CB Hornet 160R vs Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZ-S FI vs Hero Xtreme Sports
Comparison – Honda CB Hornet 160R vs Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZ-S FI vs Hero Xtreme Sports
Comparison – Honda CB Hornet 160R vs Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZ-S FI vs Hero Xtreme Sports
Comparison – Honda CB Hornet 160R vs Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZ-S FI vs Hero Xtreme Sports
Comparison – Honda CB Hornet 160R vs Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZ-S FI vs Hero Xtreme Sports
Comparison – Honda CB Hornet 160R vs Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZ-S FI vs Hero Xtreme Sports

Currently, being the ‘commuter class’ for the urban youth in the country, the segment of 150cc motorcycles has seen a huge leap in terms of both sales and evolution, with having an offering from almost every two wheeler manufacturer in the country today. Though recently, the segment has seen a lot of action, by half of the segment being revived by all new offerings.

While most of the manufacturers have been successful in one or two attempts in this very segment, Honda is yet to make a big impact in this category of motorcycles. Currently the falg bearer in the scooter segment, Honda has repeatedly made attempts to make it large in the entry level 150cc streetfighter class. The manufacturer started with the Unicorn almost a decade ago, but hasn’t been able to dethrone the then segment leaders, Bajaj Pulsar 150 and Hero Honda CBZ.

Since then, Honda has been striving hard to replicate the success story of its scooters in the category of scooters as well. The company came up with the refreshed avatars of Unicorn, a more youthful variant of the Unicorn, CB Unicorn Dazzler, and an all new premium 150cc motorcycle in the form of CB Trigger, but none of them have been able to make a dent in the sales of Bajaj Pulsar 150, or with the passage of time, Yamaha FZ as well.

The reason for Honda not striking the gold was quite simple – till today, all of its 150cc motorcycles had a very conventional approach in terms of design, and have not been able to pluck the chords of the urban youth, who wants a combination of punchy performance and extrovert design, the reasons due to which the Yamaha FZ as well as Suzuki Gixxer have been churning up the most numbers in this very segment.

It seems that Honda has understood this theory finally, which is quite evident from its latest launch, the all new CB Hornet 160R. Unlike the previous 150cc Hondas which had way too mature, or to be specific, unexciting looks, the CB Hornet 160R is in the league of contemporary motorcycles with its striking new design and an even more exciting 160cc engine under its skin. But to climb up the sales ladder, it has to lock its horns with the current two favorites in the segment, Yamaha FZ-S FI and Suzuki Gixxer. Not to forget the new Hero Xtreme Sports as well, which is trying hard to reclaim the lost glory of the CBZ brand for Hero.

The segment of 150cc motorcycles has been completely revived after a very long time, and it is quite interesting to see that which one comes out to be the numero uno among them. Let’s find out, then.

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Hero HX250R Spotted Testing Launching This Financial Year (Spy Shot)

Hero HX250R Spotted Testing Launching This Financial Year (Spy Shot)

Hero HX250R Spotted Testing Launching This Financial Year (Spy Shot)

Hero Motocorp is definitely is on a new role and trying to enter the quarter litre sports bike segment of Indian market which is right now flooded with new motorcycles from different manufacturers. The motorcycle which will be helping them to enter the segment is the HX250R which was showcased for the first time at the 2014, Auto Expo.

This motorcycle received inputs from EBR and received a great amount of attention at the expo itself. Recently it was caught being tested and according to the reports, it will most probably be launched this financial year. When it comes to looks surely the new motorcycle impresses everyone with its presence. The HX250R gets twin headlamps towards the front which also gets integrated twin DRL’s. Just behind the muscular looking fuel tank it gets sporty split seats which definitely look far better than other split seats available in different motorcycles.

The HX250R also gets 17 inch wheels and it will most probably also get the rubbers from Pirelli which will provide good amount of grip. For stopping power the HX250R gets petal disc brakes and will most probably get the CBS (Combined braking system). It will also come equipped with dual channel ABS which is definitely is good thing keeping the safety of the rider in mind.

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2015 Hero Glamour FI

2015 Hero Glamour FI

2015 Hero Glamour FI
2015 Hero Glamour FI
2015 Hero Glamour FI
2015 Hero Glamour FI
2015 Hero Glamour FI
2015 Hero Glamour FI
2015 Hero Glamour FI
2015 Hero Glamour FI

When it comes to the commuter segment of motorcycles in the Indian market, the technology of fuel injection is seen as a rather premium feature, which is limited to only a handful of them. It all started with Hero/Hero Honda launching the Glamour PGM-FI back in 2006, which was followed by the Bajaj Pulsar 220 DTS-FI and Honda Stunner PGM-FI. And then came a slew of entry level performance motorcycles, all of which came with this feature as standard.

Talking about the inception of fuel injection in commuters, the Glamour FI was the first motorcycle to incorporate this feature. And given the fact that Hero seldom discontinues its motorcycles, the Glamour FI is still on sale, thus being the most affordable fuel injected motorcycle on sale in the Indian two wheeler market.

The Hero Motocorp Glamour FI, obviously, is completely based on the standard carbureted Glamour, except for a few changes, the most prominent being the mechanical ones. Here’s a quick look on the latest iteration of the Hero Glamour FI.

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Hero MotoCorp to acquire remaining stakes in EBR

Hero MotoCorp to acquire remaining stakes in EBR

Hero MotoCorp to acquire remaining stakes in EBR

Ever since the news of Erik Buell Racing (EBR) closing down came into the picture, there have been shady clouds of speculations that whether the ties of Hero with EBR will be affected or not. Well, the confusion seems to have been cleared out, as Hero MotoCorp has issued out a statement which proclaims that the Indian motorcycle major will be acquiring EBR for around $2.8 million (approximately Rs. 18 crores).

The settlement has been carried out by Hero Motocorp with the receiver which was appointed by the Circuit Court, Wisconsin (USA), when EBR filed for bankruptcy in the USA. The official statement by Hero MotoCorp goes by this, “As per the Settlement Agreement, HMCL Americas Inc. has agreed to acquire the ownership of certain tangible and intangible assets of EBR free and clear of all encumbrances, for a consideration of US$ 2.8 million. HMCL and the Receiver have also agreed to resolve all disputes and fully give mutual releases in terms of the Settlement Agreement for all subject matters which is in any way related to EBR.”

After its split with Honda in 2013, Hero MotoCorp created quite a stir in the Indian automotive circuits, when it decided to acquire 49.2 per cent stake of the Erik Buell Racing. For this, the company invested a whopping sum of $25 million (approximately Rs. 148 crore), in a hope of using the technological assistance as well as the sales network of EBR in the USA, for selling the products of Hero MotoCorp in the country. However, things didn’t went as expected, as earlier in this year, EBR filed for bankruptcy in the country, following huge losses due to slumping sales.

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2015 Hero Glamour

2015 Hero Glamour

2015 Hero Glamour
2015 Hero Glamour
2015 Hero Glamour
2015 Hero Glamour
2015 Hero Glamour
2015 Hero Glamour
2015 Hero Glamour
2015 Hero Glamour

Hero has had a very successful stint with its range of commuter motorcycles in all these years. The manufacturer has managed to hit the sweet spots of the hearts of all the customers with its 100-125cc motorcycles, with the traits of high fuel efficiency and reliability as well as low maintenance.

While the simple and monotonous looking commuters of Hero continued to charm the mature set of customers, Hero wanted something in the segment of premium commuters which could entice the younger set of buyers. Entered the Glamour, which not only promised the consumers the typical traits of Hero motorcycles aforementioned above, but also gave them something which none other entry level Hero gave till its launch – style.

The Hero Glamour has withheld its position as a premium 125cc motorcycle for a long time and has contributed much in the escalating sales of Hero MotoCorp in the commuter motorcycle segments. To keep up with the changing times, the Glamour has also repeatedly received many minute upgrades. The motorcycle has recently undergone another minute upgrade as well as few mechanical changes. Here’s a quick look on the latest iteration of the Hero Glamour.

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2015 Hero HF Deluxe

2015 Hero HF Deluxe

2015 Hero HF Deluxe
2015 Hero HF Deluxe
2015 Hero HF Deluxe
2015 Hero HF Deluxe
2015 Hero HF Deluxe
2015 Hero HF Deluxe
2015 Hero HF Deluxe
2015 Hero HF Deluxe

When it comes to the best entry level commuter lineup in the Indian two wheeler market, there is no other company which can beat the expansive portfolio of Hero MotoCorp in this very segment. Starting with the CD 100, Splendor and Passion, Hero today has a vast lineup of nine motorcycles in the 100cc commuter motorcycle segment, ranging from the bare bones HF Dawn to a ‘wanna-be-an-off-roader’ Passion Pro TR.

Apart from the Splendor Plus/Pro and Passion Pro, the one motorcycle which has been helping Hero MotoCorp to maintain its hegemony in the segment of entry level 100cc motorcycles is the HF Deluxe. Previously known as the CD Deluxe, the HF Deluxe was born as a spiritual successor of company’s first 100cc motorcycle in the Indian market, the CD 100.

In its span of life, the Hero HF Deluxe has received a number of upgrades and facelifts, both mechanical as well as cosmetic. The latest iteration of the HF Deluxe promises to be a perfect blend of form and functionality for the segment to which it belongs. Here’s a comprehensive overlook of the all new Hero HF Deluxe.

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