Hero MotoCorp has launched the much-awaited Xtreme 125R at the Hero World 2024. The starting price is an attractive Rs 95,000. The Xtreme 125R is an affordable adventure bike for riding and off-roading enthusiasts. It aims to offer insane capabilities without burning a hole through your pockets. In our market, it will rival the likes of the TVS Raider, Bajaj Pulsar NS125 and Honda SP125. This event also showcased the Mavrick 440 based on the Harley Davidson X440. Let us take a look at the details of the Hero Xtreme 125R for now.
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Hero Xtreme 125R Launched – Prices
The most enticing aspect of the new Hero Xtreme 125R is its prices. It starts at an attractive Rs 95,000, ex-showroom for the entry-level trim. The single-channel ABS variant starts at Rs 99,500. That puts it right amidst its rivals.
|Hero Xtreme 125R
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The new Hero Xtreme 125R gets a new sprint-EBT 125-cc air-cooled engine. It generates a healthy 11.5 PS of peak power. This engine pairs with a 5-speed transmission. This enables a 0-60 km/h sprint of just 5.9 seconds. Additional features include a lightweight heavy-duty Diamond frame, 37 mm telescopic front forks, and 7-step pre-load adjustable monoshock rear suspension which come from Showa. Also, there are front disc brakes on both wheels (optional) and disk at the front and drum at the rear as standard. The front disc is the largest in the segment at 276 mm. It has a single-channel ABS and the option of a dual-channel ABS for the top trim. The mileage is an impressive 66 kmpl. The colour options include Cobalt Blue, Firestrom Red and Stallion Black.
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The new Hero Xtreme 125R has been launched with an adventurous appearance. Up front, captivating aesthetics greet the eye, featuring a striking LED projector headlamp and winkers, a dynamic stance, broad handlebars, stylish LED DRLs accompanied by expansive rear-view mirrors, and a tire hugger for added flair. The fuel tank boasts a sculpted, muscular silhouette, complemented by rugged side body panels that provide optimal protection during off-road adventures. The split-seat arrangement comes with sleek grab handles, and even the exhaust pipe exudes a sporty vibe.
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While the front alloy wheel leans towards the narrower side, the rear wheel stands notably broad, aligning with the prevailing trend in modern bikes. In summary, the bike emanates a distinctly adventurous and appealing look. In terms of features, there is a digital console with an LCD display for the information. We shall have to wait to see how well the customers receive it.