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Hero GlamourThe Hero Glamour motorcycle with a price tag ranging between Rs. 73,200 to Rs. 78,500. It is available in 6 variants and 6 colours. Powered by a 124.7 cc bs6 engine, the Hero Glamour has a 5 Speed gearbox. The Hero Glamour has Drum front brakes and Drum rear brakes. Over 213 User reviews basis Mileage, Performance, Price and overall experience of users for Hero Glamour.

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Key Specs of Glamour

Engine124.7 cc
Power10.87 PS
Torque10.6 Nm
Mileage64.10 kmpl
Tyre TypeTubeless

Hero Glamour Highlights


The Hero Glamour 100 Million Edition has been launched at Rs 73,700 (ex-showroom Delhi) -- Rs 1,800 more expensive than the base variant. Read all about it in our launch story here.

Since January 2021, the Hero Glamour range has gotten more expensive by Rs 900. However, there’s no change to the bikes. All four variants are BS6-compliant. You can check the latest pricing here.


Hero Glamour 125 Price:

The Hero Glamour 125 prices start from Rs 71,900 for the drum brake variant. Whereas the disc brake variant is priced at Rs 75,400. The Glamour Blaze edition drum and disc brake are now priced at Rs 73,100 and Rs 76,600 respectively. (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi)


Hero Glamour 125 Features:

The feature list on the Hero Glamour 125 isn’t too long. Noteworthy features include CBS, i3S start-stop system, real-time mileage indicator and Auto Sail Technology, which is essentially crawl assist. But there is no LED lighting and even the semi-digital instrument cluster misses out on quite a few important features like a tachometer, fuel-efficiency indicator and range indicator. The bike is available in four colours: Sports Red, Tornado Grey, Techno Blue and Radiant Red.


Hero Glamour 125 Engine:

The bike gets a new BS6-compliant 125cc fuel-injected powertrain that is claimed to be 19 per cent more powerful than the BS4-compliant motor. It works alongside a 5-speed transmission which should offer better mileage than the 4-speeder in the BS4 bike. The BS6 Hero Glamour 125 FI makes 10.87PS and 10.6Nm.


Hero Glamour 125 Suspension & Brakes:

The Hero Glamour 125 gets a new diamond-type frame. It is linked to a telescopic front fork and twin rear shock absorbers. It now offers 14 per cent more travel up front and 10 per cent more at the rear. The base variant Glamour’s braking hardware consists of a 240mm disc at the front and 130mm drum at the rear.  The ground clearance stands at 180mm, which is 30mm more than the BS4 Glamour. The bike now features an optional front disc. The new 100-section rear tyre is brought to a halt using a drum brake. 


Hero Glamour 125 Rivals:

The Honda Glamour 125 has been one of the oldest bikes in the 125cc segment. In terms of competition, it rivals the Honda Shine BS6, Honda SP 125 and the Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon. Price alternatives to the Glamour 125 are the Hero Maestro Edge 125, TVS Ntorq, and Yamaha Fascino.

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Hero Glamour Price

The price of Hero Glamour starts at Rs. 73,200 and goes upto Rs. 78,500. Hero Glamour is offered in 6 variants - Glamour Drum, Glamour Blaze Edition Drum Brake and the top variant Glamour Blaze Edition Disc Brake which comes at a price tag of Rs. 78,500.

Glamour Price List (Variants)

Glamour Drum124.7 ccRs.73,200
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Glamour Blaze Edition Drum Brake124.7 ccRs.74,400
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Glamour Drum 100 Million Edition124.7 ccRs.75,000
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Glamour Disc124.7 ccRs.76,700
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Glamour Disc 100 Million Edition124.7 ccRs.77,200
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Glamour Blaze Edition Disc Brake124.7 ccRs.78,500
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Hero Bike Showrooms in Delhi

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Hero Glamour Pros and Cons

BikeDekho Verdict
BikeDekho Verdict:
The glamour is a more premium 125cc motorcycle that uses the tried and tested 125cc sloper engine.

Things We Like in Glamour

  • The engine is quite peppy for city runabouts.
  • It is a pretty light motorcycle.
  • i3S and AutoSail tech are great features for daily commutes.

Things We Don't Like in Glamour

  • Engine sounds coarse.
  • Fit and finish levels aren’t great.
  • Braking performance is a bit of a let down.

Glamour Expert Review

Little do people remember that India’s first fuel-injected motorcycle came in 2006. No, it wasn’t the Bajaj Pulsar 220 DTS-Fi as Hero beat it to the punch by a few days with the Glamour 125. Over the course of the following 14 years, the Glamour has seen a lot of colour updates and a complete overhaul in 2017. For 2020, Hero hasn’t done a lot of tweaks to its 125cc commuter visually. Yes, the motor is now BS6-compliant and there is a new 5-speed gearbox but there are also some minor differences that might not be so visible in the flesh. What are they and have they made an impact? 

Design and Features

Despite being the more stylish of the two 125cc commuters from Hero, the Glamour’s design still feels a lot understated. There is a hint of sportiness to the design but it does not look quite out there like the Honda SP 125 or the Bajaj Pulsar 125.

The overall design remains fairly similar to the older Glamour as subtle styling tweaks around the side panels and headlight cowl are only noticeable when looking at the two bikes side by side. Of the four colour options on offer, the Glamour’s edges and panels are best accentuated in the pictured Sports Red option. The rest of the options use a lot more black and thus, small design elements might not pop out as much.

Switchgear quality is okay and so is the paint finish on the plastics. The uneven panel gaps and poorly finished welds are definitely an eyesore. Plus, some panel fasteners became loose and one even fell off while testing. Hero’s motorcycles are renowned for their bulletproof reliability and build quality so these flaws are disappointing. 

Engine and Performance


Hero Glamour 125 BS6

Hero Glamour 125 BS4

Engine specs

124.7cc, air-cooled, fuel-injected, single-cylinder, SOHC

124.7cc, air-cooled, fuel-injected, single-cylinder, SOHC


10.87PS at 7500rpm

11.69PS @ 7,500rpm


10.6Nm at 6000rpm

11Nm @ 6,000rpm




The 124.7cc mill has lost some and gained some in the transition to BS6. It has lost out on power and torque but more importantly it has gained an additional gear. As a result, the Glamour manages to be as sprightly as before with the performance deficit not being quite so significant.


Hero Glamour 125 BS6

Hero Glamour 125 BS4


7.10 seconds

6.55 seconds

30-70kmph in 3rd gear

8.64 seconds

8.48 seconds

Power is laid down in a smooth manner. Majority of the drive is focussed in the mid-range, which coupled with short stacked gear ratios, makes for quick getaways. The engine is fairly tractable too, allowing you to pull away from speeds as low as 25kmph in fifth gear. 

It does manage to sustain speeds of around 60-65kmph without any fuss. Post 70kmph, the engine starts to show signs of strain and it begins to cry for help beyond 85kmph. The motor feels polished for the better part but having tried out its competition late last year, the refinement level on offer is like chalk and cheese. At higher speeds, there is a distinct buzz felt at the tank and pegs. The engine too sounds harsh and coarse, not very pleasing to the ear even while commuting.

Fuel efficiency

Hero Glamour 125 BS6

Hero Glamour 125 BS4







Range (10-litres)

695km (highway)

583km (highway)

The i3S tech works flawlessly. The stop-start tech makes sure that you end up conserving a decent amount of fuel. There’s not a lot of steps involved in activating the feature as you just need to slot the bike into neutral at a traffic light and it will kill the ignition. To fire it back up, simply grab the clutch lever.

As a result, the Glamour 125 BS6 delivers well in the fuel efficiency department, certainly better than the older BS4 bike. When you take the 10-litre fuel tank (tank capacity unchanged) into account, the BS6 Glamour manages to go for nearly 100km extra on a tankful.

Braking and Handling


Hero Glamour 125 BS6

Front suspension

Telescopic fork

Rear suspension

Preload-adjustable twin shocks


Front: 240mm disc/130mm drum

Rear: 130mm drum


F: 80/100 - 18

R: 100/80 - 18

The Glamour might have the same old heart but its skeleton is all new. Yeah, a new diamond frame, a new telescopic fork and different twin shocks. The suspension units have more travel now but their tune is not on the plush side. Commuter bikes like the Glamour 125 are usually the people carriers, or even goods transporters, in semi-urban and rural India. Once you load the bike up, the suspension units soak up bumps better. However, when riding solo, you experience a lot of sharp bumps.

The handling is quite neutral as the 1,273mm long wheelbase (11mm more than BS4) makes it quite a stable handler. It is still lively though, cutting through traffic like a hot knife through butter. But don’t expect it to blow you away in the bends. It is still a commuter at heart, mind and body.


Hero Glamour 125 BS6

Hero Glamour 125 BS4







The braking performance is not too shabby. The brake lever feel or progressiveness in the system is lacking. While having not experienced this first hand, our crazy road testers found that in wet conditions, the tyres squirmed around a bit. The front end hints of a possible washout when braking hard from around 30kmph or more. The low rolling resistance MRF rubbers are to blame here as Hero has opted for a more econo-centric choice to maximise the fuel efficiency aspect of the Glamour. And hence it posts slightly longer braking distances than its predecessor. 

Safety and Features

The semi-digital info cluster isn’t completely new. The digital inset as well as the analogue speedo remain very much the same, the only difference is in the layout of the tell tale lights. The inset displays an odometer, a tripmeter, average fuel efficiency indicator and a fuel gauge. It gets a blue backlight to make it legible while riding at night.

Halogen bulbs are found in almost all lighting systems, no LEDs here. The system works well and does a decent job of lighting up the road.

Fuel injection and i3S start-stop tech were always present but Hero has introduced a new feature called AutoSail. It is pretty much the same as TVS’s Glide Through Traffic technology that allows the bike to crawl forward by gently letting go of the clutch lever without giving any throttle input. The system is active in all five gears, enabling you to cruise up to 25kmph.

Hero Glamour User Reviews

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  • Excellent After Sales Service.

    The bike is nice and comfortable. The hero is one of the best bike manufacturers in India and you will get excellent.....Read More

    By mahaveer
    On: Dec 23, 2020 | 3862 Views
  • Very Happy

    I am very happy with this bike as all features are very good but the break should be better. I hope the brand will work.....Read More

    By abhi anand
    On: Nov 29, 2020 | 2495 Views
  • Some Issues Which Can Be.....

    Vibration starts at the speed of 40kmph but the mileage is so satisfying and along with that the bike has a great look.....Read More

    By gagan panda
    On: Nov 11, 2020 | 5105 Views
  • Can Be Improved.

    Good but not as expected because it has some problem with the starting of the bike and the engine shutdown by itself.....Read More

    By amit keshri
    On: Nov 11, 2020 | 1794 Views
  • The bike is awesome.

    The bike is good and we are happy to have this type of bike by Hero.

    By akshob nn
    On: Nov 09, 2020 | 254 Views
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Glamour Videos

  • Hero Glamour 125 BS6 Road Test | Performance, Mileage, Features & More
    Hero Glamour 125 BS6 Road Test | Performance, Mileage, Features & More
    Sep 02, 2020
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What is the exact on-road price of Hero Glamour?

The on-road price of Hero Glamour in Delhi starts at Rs. 87,638. The on-road price is inclusive of RTO charges and insurance.

Which bikes is better Hero Glamour or Bajaj Pulsar NS 125?

Hero Glamour price starts at Rs 73,200 ex-showroom and Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 price starts Rs 1.03 Lakh ex-showroom. Hero Splendor Plus, Bajaj Pulsar 150 on the basis of their price, features & specs.

What is the engine displacement of Hero Glamour?

The engine displacement of Hero Glamour is 124.7 cc

What is the Start type of this bike?

Hero Glamour has Kick and Self Start.

What is the Tyre Type of Hero Glamour?

Hero Glamour has Tubeless tyres.

Wich bike is best under 90000?

siddharth asked on 7 May 2021

There are ample options available in your budget such as Hero Splendor Plus, ...

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By Bikedekho experts on 7 May 2021

Is glamour 2012-16 series bike available in showroom now?

Anuraag asked on 12 Mar 2021

The 2012-2016 model is no longer available for sale in the market.

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By Bikedekho experts on 12 Mar 2021

Glamour Honda shine passion pro which is best two wheeler ?

yatheeschandra asked on 24 Jan 2021

Selecting a perfect bike depends on certain factors such as your budget, brand ...

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By Bikedekho experts on 24 Jan 2021

I have new hero glamour, when I started engine why it's smelling

Md asked on 15 Jan 2021

For this, we would suggest you walk into the nearest service center as they will...

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By Bikedekho experts on 15 Jan 2021

Which is better glamour or unicorn or otherplz keep in mind my body weight 115kg and pillion will be be myfather same weight

Dd asked on 20 Dec 2020

As per your requirements, you may go for Honda Unicorn. If delivers better power...

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DelhiRs. 73,200 - 78,500
BangaloreRs. 74,900 - 80,200
ChennaiRs. 75,200 - 80,500
PuneRs. 73,400 - 78,700
HyderabadRs. 73,900 - 79,200
MumbaiRs. 73,400 - 78,700
KolkataRs. 74,300 - 79,600
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