Report – Hero Xtreme Sports to be priced at INR 70,300

Posted on: Nov 25, 2014 - 1:46pm IST

Gets 1 bhp more than the standard model.

Motorbeam reports that the soon-to-be-launched Hero Xtreme Sports will be priced at INR 70,300 for the entry level variant while the top-end model with a rear disc brake will retail for INR 73,650 (both prices are ex-showroom Pune).

Hero Xtreme Sports headlamp at the 2014 Colombo Motor Show Sri Lanka
The Xtreme Sports receives a revised bikini fairing and LED pilot lights.

The motorcycle which was unveiled earlier this year and subsequently showcased at international auto shows in Nepal and Sri Lanka targets younger audience. Compared to the regular Xtreme, the Xtreme Sports features a revised headlamp with LED pilot lights and a new fuel tank design.

In addition to the cosmetic enhancements, the Xtreme Sports also gets increased performance. The motorcycle uses the same 149.2 cc air-cooled engine which is tuned to produce 15.2 bhp and 12.8 Nm of torque. The transmission continues to be a 5-speed unit.

Hero Xtreme Sports at the 2014 Colombo Motor Show Sri Lanka
The engine is tuned to deliver 15.2 bhp.

The bike is suspended by a telescopic fork (front) and gas charged twin shock absorbers (rear). The front wheel is retarded by a standard 240 mm disc while the rear gets a 130 mm drum brake or an optional 220 mm disc. Electric start is available as a standard feature.

Also read: Magneti Marelli FI equipped Hero bike to launch in 2015

The Xtreme Sports gets a 12.1 liter fuel tank. The base variant (disc+drum) tips the scales at 148 kg while the top end variant (dual discs) weigh 139 kg.

Hero Xtreme Sports – Image Gallery

[Source: Motorbeam]

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One thought on “Report – Hero Xtreme Sports to be priced at INR 70,300

  1. Dr. Nayak says:

    Hi Hero management,

    We had placed a lot of faith in your ability to separate from
    your Ex. and truly transform this company into a world class two/three wheeler
    company. You have done 80% of the job, but we are tired of waiting for the high
    powered/large displacement engine in the product lineup. Please don’t disappoint
    us as we all will be losing big bets with our colleagues and we are running out
    of time.

    Reply

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