Hero MotoCorp is planning to launch a completely new 200cc premium motorcycle by the end of this financial year, states a report from PTI. The premium motorcycle in question is the Hero XTreme
As per a report on MotorBeam, Hero MotoCorp’s upcoming 125 cc scooter, the Dare, will be sold as the Hero Aava in the country from the first quarter of 2018.
The joint venture between the Hero Group and Honda lasted from 1984 to 2010. A report in Economic Times states that Hero MotoCorp has stopped paying royalty to Honda. The company last made a
Would be more than a sticker job. The Hero Passion brand was first introduced in 2001 and has been among the best selling motorcycles in India with yearly sales crossing a million units regularly.
Hero MotoCorp Duet and Maestro Edge were the first indigenous two-wheeler by the company. Hero MotoCorp has reduced the prices of their automatic scooter range thanks to the newly introduced
Hero MotoCorp crossed cumulative sales of 70 million units in September 2016. Hero MotoCorp is aiming to launch BSVI compliant products before the mandatory timeline applicable from April 2020.
The Hero Karizma has been discontinued in the Indian market. An MY2004 Hero Karizma has been modified by Incendiary Motorcycles as a café racer. The motorcycle gets a custom blue paint scheme
Hero MotoCorp has been restructuring its product portfolio and discontinued several models. A report in Economic Times claims that keeping in mind the festive rush, Hero MotoCorp will be launching
Hero MotoCorp registered a growth of 8.7 percent in May 2017 on a YoY basis. Hero MotoCorp, the country’s largest selling two-wheeler manufacturer, recorded sales of 633,884 units in May 2017. In
Hero MotoCorp Passion Pro TR was showcased at the 2014 Auto Expo. Hero MotorCorp continues pruning its product line-up and has removed the Hero Passion Pro TR, Hero Passion XPro, Hero Ignitor and
The Hero Glamour SV has developed at Hero's R&D facility (CIT) in Jaipur. Hero MotoCorp entered Argentina in January 2017 with the all-new Hero Glamour 125. The motorcycle is retailed in Latin
Hero MotoCorp is moving further away from the royalty-laden Honda technology. Hero MotoCorp has removed the Hero Xtreme and Hero Hunk from the Indian website. The manufacturer had earlier this
Hero MotoCorp grew by less than 1 percent in the last fiscal. Hero MotoCorp’s MD and CEO, Mr Pawan Munjal, has revealed to Times of India that the company has 6 new launches slated for the
Hero MotoCorp has an in-house Research and Development facility in Jaipur. With the fight between Hero MotoCorp and Honda intensifying to likes of an El Clásico, Hero wants to pick up the battle
Hero MotoCorp is further drifting away from Honda engines. Hero MotoCorp has removed three models from its Indian website - Hero HF Dawn, Hero Splendor Pro Classic and Hero Splendor iSmart. All
Price hike unlikely to have any impact on sales. Hero MotoCorp has announced a price hike for its line-up which ranges between INR 500 to INR 2,200 on the ex-showroom prices, depending on the
The Hero Xtreme 200S is expected to be positioned as a premium urban commuter. Hero MotoCorp’s upcoming commuter, the Hero Xtreme 200S will be launched in early 2018, reports Motorbeam. The
Hero Glamour is the smallest capacity fuel injected motorcycle available in India. Post the unveil of the global model in Argentina, Hero MotoCorp had earlier updated their Indian website with