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The Hero Glamour Fi has been updated with IBS (Integrated Braking System) for a negligible price bump of Rs 200. As a result, the Hero Glamour Fi IBS is priced at Rs 68,900 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The 2018 Hero Glamour is a combination of impressive styling and capable power. The motorcycle is not only among the highest-sellers in Hero’s portfolio but also in the 125cc segment. The new 125cc Glamour features sporty styling with a sharply chiselled body, robust tank shrouds and aerodynamic sidelines. The bike’s front fascia is dominated by large and stylish headlamps with AHO (Auto Headlamp On). The new Glamour sports a semi-digital instrument console and stylish graphics that further accentuate the bike’s overall stance.
The 2018 Hero Glamour is powered by a 124.7cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke, single-cylinder engine that produces 9.1PS at 7000rpm of power and a maximum torque of 10.35Nm at 7000rpm. The bike has been designed by Hero to offer a good balance between performance and fuel economy. According to the company, the Glamour offers a fuel economy of 81.1kmpl and has a top speed of 90kmph.
To offer a comfortable urban commuting experience, the Glamour sports telescopic front suspension and twin hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear. This is a tried and tested formula and should give the Glamour good ride quality over rough and uneven surfaces.
Braking duties in the Hero Glamour are handled by 130mm drum brake units at the front and the rear. However, Hero also offers the Glamour with a disc brake option whereby the front wheel features a 240mm disc with the rear using a drum brake.
The Glamour further enhances its stylish commuter credentials by offering buyers a total of five colour options, viz. Candy Blazing Red, Black with Sports Red, Black with Tornado Grey Metallic, Digital Silver and Black with Techno Blue.
The self-start drum brake variant of the Hero Glamour is priced at Rs 58,200 while the disc brake variant is priced at Rs 60,200 (both prices, ex-showroom Delhi). The Hero Glamour’s main competitors include the Honda Shine, the Bajaj Discover 125, the Yamaha Saluto and the Bajaj V15.
Hero Glamour Pros and Cons
Things We Like in Glamour
- Good fuel economy
- Handling is up-to-the-mark
- Low-maintenance vehicle
Things We Don't Like in Glamour
- Slim rear tyre
- Engine needs refinement
- A tad expensive
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Glamour Price List (Variants)
|Glamour Drum124.7 cc||Rs.62,600|
|Glamour Disc124.7 cc||Rs.66,100|
|Glamour Fi IBS124.7 cc||Rs.69,950|
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|Bangalore||Rs. 63,450 - 70,250|
|Hyderabad||Rs. 63,650 - 70,050|
|Kolkata||Rs. 63,100 - 70,150|
|Pune||Rs. 62,850 - 70,150|
|Mumbai||Rs. 62,850 - 70,500|
|Delhi||Rs. 62,600 - 69,950|
|Chennai||Rs. 63,650 - 70,150|
Created to target the popular 125 cc bike segment of the Indian market, the Glamour is a stylish and reliable family commuter from the country’s recognised two-wheeler manufacturer, Hero. As described by its name Hero ‘Glamour’, the bike is undoubtedly the automaker’s smartest offering in its segment. Hero has smartly blended the no non-sense design theme of the bike with a significant amount of grace to craft it a stylish look that appeals to the youngsters as well as individuals who look for a sophisticated commuter option.
Hero Glamour has a modern and striking side look that is a conduct of its sharply chiseled body, smooth flowing sidelines, and the edgy tank shrouds. The sharp and imposing headlamp unit of the 125 cc commuter complements the overall stance of the bike and now comes integrated with AHO (Automatic Headlamp ON) feature. The Glamour scores high in its stylishness inferable from the design highlights like the impressive graphics theme and the sporty taillights. The commuter also gets a new comprehensive digital analogue instrument console that allows the rider a quick and clear look at the various indicators. The engine that pumps potential in the smart commuter is a 124.7 cc air-cooled, 4-stroke single cylinder unit that is capable of churning 9.1 PS @ 7000 rpm worth of peak power and a capable torque value of 10.35 Nm @ 7000 rpm. The power mill mates with a 4-speed constant mesh gearbox that in precise coordination with a multi-plate wet clutch delivers power seamlessly to the rear wheel. The engineers at Hero have refined the engine unit well to offer the rider an efficient mileage figure of 81.1 kmpl (claimed as per ARAI data).
The suspension duties on the Hero Glamour are met by front telescopic shock absorbers in precise coordination with the rear swing arm suspension unit. With this, the commuter offers you an authoritative control in your hands owing to its front and rear 130 mm drum brake units. For more efficient braking performance you can go for the 240 mm front disc brake option. The bike comes in 5 appealing shades, which include - Digital Silver, Candy Blazing Red, Grey Metallic, Black with Tornado, Black with Techno Blue, and Black with Sports Red. The standard drum brake variant of Hero Glamour starts retailing at a price of Rs 56,522 (Ex-showroom, Delhi) and the disc brake variant with IBS (Integrated Braking System) can be bought at a price of Rs 68,900 (Ex-showroom, Delhi). The commuter has been capable of earning decent sales figures for Hero and is capably competing against the likes of Yamaha SS125, Bajaj Discover 125, and TVS Phoenix 125.
Design and Features
Displaying a smart sense of styling, Hero Glamour sports a no-nonsense design that isn’t restricted to a classic sleek styling but gets a sporty and appealing look. Hero has purposely given the 125 cc bike a smart commuter look, so as to attract the youngsters craving a stylish companion along with men who demand an efficient family bike. Glamour has a well-chiseled body dynamics with a sporty side look that is a product of contoured tank shrouds and detailed sidelines.
The front stance of the commuter is dominated by its sharp headlamp design that is fitted with the mandatory feature of Auto Headlamp ON (AHO). Some other eye-catching highlights of the bike include its impressive graphics theme and sharp tail light unit. Hero Glamour is encased with a crisp and clear analog-digital instrument panel that enables a comprehensive look. The 125 cc commuter offers a list of 5 impressive shades to choose from, these include - Candy Blazing Red, Black with Sports Red, Black with Techno Blue, Digital Silver, Black with Tornado, Candy Blazing Red, and Grey Metallic.
Braking and Handling
Praised for the reliability each of its two-wheeler offerings present, the recognized Indian manufacturer Hero has crafted the 125 cc family commuter to offer commendable ride quality and stability. Hero Glamour is calibrated well to understand the Indian roads and is encased with a prompt and reliable suspension assembly that consists of telescopic shock absorbers in the front and swing arm suspension unit at the rear end. The 125 cc commuter offers a commendable braking performance owing to the 130 mm drum brakes fitted on both ends of the bike, however, you can opt for the top-spec model which gets a 240 mm front disc brake and and IBS (Integrated Braking System).
Safety and Features
Safety is one of the prime concerns while buying a reasonably priced family bike and the Indian two-wheeler manufacturer knows it well! The new models of Hero Glamour come equipped with the mandatory Auto Headlamp ON (AHO) feature, under which the bike’s light always remain in an ON mode irrespective of the time of the day it is. With AHO feature the rider gets a good visibility on the road and the chances of road accidents are significantly reduced. The commuter also offers prompt and stable braking experience inferable from its 130 mm drum brake units fitted on both ends. With this, you can also choose the front 240 mm disc brake variant with IBS (Integrated Braking System) for a commendable braking experience.