Top 5 Best Hero Two-Wheelers
Published On Jan 7, 2021 09:57:16 AM
Here are the best scooters and motorcycles from India’s largest two-wheeler manufacture
Hero MotoCorp is not only one of the largest two-wheeler manufacturers in the world, but it also makes India’s best selling motorcycle, the Splendor. Besides, the bikemaker also has several other good products in its kitty. Here’s a list:
The Hero Xpulse 200 is the most affordable adventure motorcycle that you can buy, but that does not make it any less capable. It gets proper long travel suspension, 21-inch and 18-inch rear wheels with dual-purpose tyres, and a grunty 200cc fuel-injected motor that delivers 18PS and 16.45Nm. It isn’t lacking in the features department either. The Xpulse 200 gets an LED headlamp and LED tail lamp with a full-digital instrument console that comes with Bluetooth connectivity.
The Maestro Edge 125 looks similar to the now-discontinued 110 Maestro Edge 110, but offers more performance and features. It gets a unique LED DRL on the front apron and attractive dual-tone colour options. It also features a semi-digital instrument console, external fuel filler cap, boot light, and a USB charger. It comes with a fuel-injected motor that delivers 9.1PS and 10.4Nm. This good-looking scooter works well in the urban environment
While Hero still sells the Splendor+ BS6, the Splendor iSmart BS6 offers better performance and more features without compromising on reliability or low running costs. It gets a more premium-looking bodywork with blacked-out underpinnings, powertrain, and wheels. The BS6-compliant model comes with a fuel-injected 113.2cc motor that delivers 9.15PS and 9.89Nm. Features include i3S stop-start tech that shuts the motor off in standstill traffic and helps conserve fuel. It gets a new diamond-type frame and longer travel front suspension.
The Hero Xtreme 200R’s biggest USP is that it is priced on par with the 160cc segment. While the motorcycle does not get a LED headlamp, it does come with an LED tail lamp and semi-digital instrument console so you are not skimping on features either. Its 200cc air-cooled motor delivers 18.4PS and 17.1Nm. While performance is low compared to the 200cc crowd, the Xtreme 200R is quicker than the 160cc crowd. Another USP of the bike is the fantastic ride quality
The Hero Pleasure Plus BS6 replaces the now-discontinued 100cc Pleasure. It gets updated premium-looking bodywork with features like a side stand indicator, boot light, and a USB phone charger. It is a good-looking scooter with retro design elements. The Pleasure Plus BS6 gets a 110.9cc fuel-injected motor that delivers 8.1PS and 8.7Nm. Its low seat height makes it accessible to shorter riders, while the low 104kg kerb weight makes the Pleasure Plus BS6 novice-friendly.