Motorcycle maker Hero MotoCorp
Ltd. (HMCL) has introduced ‘Xtreme Sports’ - the new sportier and more powerful
version of its popular 150-cc motorcycle Xtreme. The Xtreme Sports was first
showcased at the Auto Expo 2014 in Greater Noida. The Xtreme Sports is
available at all Hero dealerships across the country and is priced at Rs.
72,725/- (ex-showroom Delhi), Rs. 73,194/- (ex-showroom Mumbai), Rs. 71,515/-
(ex-showroom Chennai) Rs. 73,902/- (ex-showroom Kolkata) and Rs. 71,729/-
This is the second product
launch from Hero MotoCorp in quick succession in the month of June, having
earlier rolled out the new Passion Pro across markets in the country.
The ‘Faster than Ever’ new
Xtreme Sports offers not only a sporty ride quality but also one of the best
power output in its class. The powerful engine paired with aggressive street
fighter styling is set to appeal to the biking enthusiasts of today, while its
abundant aesthetic enhancements give it a distinct look on the road.
The ‘Xtreme Sports’ is powered
by a 149.2cc air-cooled, 4-stroke single cylinder engine, producing a maximum
power output of 15.6 BHP @8500 rpm and maximum torque of 13.5 Nm @ 7000 rpm.
The new Xtreme Sports reaches from 0-60 km/h in a mere 4.7seconds.
The bikes comes with a host of
new external features, such as the front
cowl with aerodynamic visor, new wolf-eye headlamp with aggressive Twin LED
Pilot Lamps and winkers. The split step-up seat enhances both looks and riding
comfort while the stylish exhaust with the trendy muffler cover adds to the
sportiness and enhances heat shielding. The unique LED tail lamp in tandem with
a trendy split grab rail makes the bike even more attractive from the rear.
The bike is available in five
body colors – Panther Black, Fiery Red, Mercuric Silver and the new Black-Red
and Pyro Orange colors.
While Tubeless Tyres enhance
safety of the rider and pillion, the wider rear tyre improves performance and
provides better road grip. The new Digi-analog console with side stand
indicator improves instrument cluster visibility. The 240 mm front and 220 mm
rear disc brakes ensure there is enough stopping power for emergency braking.
Source: Hero MotoCorp
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