Hero MotoCorp launched the new XPulse 200T 4V priced at Rs 1,25,726 (Ex Showroom, Mumbai). However, the tourer's ex-showroom price in New Delhi is Rs 10,000 higher at Rs 1,35,726. In addition to the new XPulse 200T 4V, the manufacturer's two-wheeler performance segment includes the XPulse 200 4V, Xtreme 160R and Xtreme 200S.
The new Hero XPulse 200T 4V has an oil-cooled 200cc 4-valve engine that generates 19.1 peak horsepower and 17.3 Nm of peak torque. The company claims that the power output has increased by 6%, while there is an additional 5% of torque. The engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox.
The Tourer has 37mm front forks and a 7-step adjustable monoshock suspension. There is a 130mm wide radial rear tyre for better grip. There is a petal disc in front (276 mm) and rear (220 mm).
The new Hero XPulse 200T 4V boasts neo-retro styling, bolder graphics, and unique color schemes. You get a circular LED headlamp with chrome ring and LED position light. There is a colored bill, a front fork sleeve, a colored stock, and tube-type pillion grab.
There is a fully digital LCD instrument panel with smartphone connectivity. Tourer also offers turn-by-turn navigation and call alert features. Other bells and whistles include an under-seat USB charger, gear indicator, and engine side cutouts.
The new Hero XPulse 200T 4V comes in three colors: Sports Red, Matte Funk Lime Yellow, and Matte Shield Gold.
“XPulse has built a robust position among motorcycle enthusiasts in India and we are confident that this trend will be further strengthened with the launch of the new Hero XPulse 200T 4V,” said Ranjivjit Singh, chief growth officer, Hero MotoCorp.
Offering a distinctive experience to riders, the Hero XPulse 200T 4V truly stands out in a completely new avatar, with bold, youthful and retro design elements. The new motorcycle, which embodies endless roads and a dream of freedom, is designed to offer an incomparable tourist experience with the maximum in comfort and performance”.
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