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The country’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer Hero Motocorp has made its debut in Bangladesh, launching 11 models. The company has also joined hands with Bangladesh’s Nitol Niloy Group to set up a manufacturing facility in Bangladesh. Hero owns 55 percent of this joint venture. The plant is set to become operational in the Q2 of the 2015-16 fiscal and has an installed capacity of 150,000...

Hero Motocorp is continuing with its stream of launches, the latest one being the Hero Xtreme facelift that was launched yesterday at a price of Rs 67,362 (Ex-showroom, Pune) for the disc+drum brake variant and Rs 70,678 for the disc+disc version. The 150 cc competitor gets an electronic immobilizer. Without the proper key being present in its vicinity, the bike wouldn’t start. A Side Stand...

Hero Motocorp has commenced dispatching the refreshed 2014 Hero Karizma R and 2014 Hero Karizma ZMR to dealers, a company official told Indian Autos Blog today. The company is dispatching the motorcycles in stages. New Hero Karizma R One dealer we spoke to in South India expects to receive the first units of the motorcycles in 2-3 weeks time. The launch therefore can take place anytime now, and certainly...

Hero Motocorp has sold a total of 62,45,895 units in the fiscal year that ended on 31st March 2014, registering a total growth of 3 percent over its previous year when it had sold 60,75,583 units. This is a new annual sales record for the company. The company’s latest launch was the Splendor iSmart. The month of March alone saw the company selling 5,24,028 units, thereby recording a 11.9 percent...

Erstwhile joint venture partners Hero Motocorp and Honda TwoWheelers are now going tooth and nail in Nepal, with Honda launching the CB Trigger and Hero the Splendor iSmart. Honda CB Trigger Honda has launched its 150 cc Trigger for the Nepali market. The bike is priced at Nepali Rupee 219,900 (INR 1.37 lakh). Honda CB Trigger from the Indian launch for reference. Syakar Trading Company (STC), the...

Hero Motocorp has silently launched the updated Hero Pleasure facelift in India. The refreshed Pleasure was shown in October last year alongside 10 new/updated models which are being made available in a phased manner. Hero has launched the refreshed Pleasure in two variants. The updated Pleasure is available in two variants. The base model gets steel wheels while the higher model gets alloy wheels. Hero...

Hero Motocorp unveiled a refreshed Pleasure at an event held in New Delhi in October last year. The two-wheeler giant said that products seen at the event (about 10 products were shown) would eventually launch in the market within six months. The refreshed Pleasure sports redesigned headlights and taillights. The upgraded Pleasure sports larger headlights and indicators at the front, while the tail...

Hero Motocorp has launched the HF-Deluxe Eco for INR 50,500 (on-road, New Delhi). The HF-Deluxe Eco is the more efficient version of the HF-Deluxe. The Hero HF-Deluxe Eco gets better aerodynamics compared to the HF-Deluxe. Though the HF-Deluxe Eco is powered by the same 97.2 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled, four-stroke engine as the HF-Deluxe, engineers have lowered the air resistance of the Eco by...