Two wheeler manufacturer Hero
MotoCorp has launched the new Destini 125 scooter in New Delhi. The new Destini
125 is priced at Rs. 54,650/- for the Lx variant and Rs. 57,500/- (Ex-Showroom)
for the Vx variant. This launch comes close on the heels of Hero’s new
motorcycle in the premium segment, Xtreme 200R.
The retail sales of the
Destini 125 in other markets across the country will commence over the next few
weeks. The new Destini 125 is also the first and only scooter in India to
feature the highly efficient idle start-stop-system – based on Hero’s i3S
Present at the launch were Dr.
Markus Braunsperger, Chief Technology Officer, and Malo Le Masson – Head of
Global Product Planning, Hero MotoCorp Ltd
The Destini 125 is powered by a new 125cc Energy Boost Engine, producing power output of 8.7 bhp @6750 rpm and maximum torque of 10.2 Nm @5000 rpm. The powertrain offers 17% higher torque and 9% higher power than the existing 110cc scooter.
As a first-in-class feature, the Destini 125 brings Hero’s intuitive i3S (Idle-stop-start system) to the 125cc scooter segment for enhanced efficiency. In addition, there are a digital-analog speedometer, side stand indicator and service due reminder. Other features include external fuel filling system, remote key opening, mobile charging port, and boot light. The scooter has telescopic suspension and an integrated braking system.
On the style front, the scooter has a metal body with a bold premium chrome chest, signature tail lamp & winkers, side chrome garnishes, stylish cast wheels, new body color mirrors, and a dual tone seat cover. The scooter will be offered in four premium metallic colors – noble red, chestnut bronze, panther black and pearl silver white.
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