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Hero has launched the HF Deluxe IBS i3S at a price of Rs 49,300 (ex-showroom Delhi). With the launch, the HF Deluxe becomes the first motorcycle in Hero’s India range to get IBS, which is Hero’s term for CBS (combined braking system). CBS distributes braking force on both ends even when only the rear brake is applied. This ensures the rider retains greater control over their bike under panic or emergency braking.
With the launch, the HF Deluxe also becomes compliant with the new safety regulations that mandate CBS for all two-wheelers below 125cc. Since the new regulations will apply from 1 April, 2019, expect Hero to launch the rest of its sub-125cc models with CBS.
Apart from the addition of IBS and a larger rear drum brake, the HF Deluxe remain the same mechanically. The bike is powered by a 97.2cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that produces 8.35PS of power and 8.05Nm of torque, mated to a 4-speed gearbox. Braking duties are handled by 130mm drums at both ends. To contrast, the standard HF Deluxe gets a 110mm drum at the rear. While Hero says it will continue to sell the non-IBS variant of the HF Deluxe for now, we expect it do so only till stocks last.
The Hero HF Deluxe looks pretty much standard in terms of styling. However, it looks a lot better than the purposeful-looking HF Dawn. It comes with a twin-pod analogue instrument console and a premium aircraft-style hinged fuel tank cap. For optimum comfort, the bike sports a long single-piece seat with a chunky-looking grab rail at the rear. Claimed top speed stands at 87kmph, which is pretty decent for a 100cc commuter bike. Telescopic front forks and twin rear shock absorber with two-step preload adjustability take care of suspension duties. The Hero HF Deluxe primarily competes with the TVS Sport, the Bajaj Platina and the Honda CD 110 Dream.
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HF Deluxe Price List (Variants)
|HF Deluxe Spoke Kick Start82.9 Kmpl, 97.2 cc||Rs.39,900|
|HF Deluxe Alloy Kick Start82.9 Kmpl, 97.2 cc||Rs.47,925|
|HF Deluxe Alloy Self Start82.9 Kmpl, 97.2 cc||Rs.48,425|
|HF Deluxe i3s82.9 Kmpl, 97.2 cc||Rs.49,625|
|HF Deluxe iBS i3S82.9 Kmpl, 97.2 cc||Rs.49,625|
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Hero HF Deluxe gives a mileage of 82.9 Kmpl as claimed by the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI).
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price in India
|Chennai||Rs. 39,900 - 50,125|
|Kolkata||Rs. 43,585 - 50,100|
|Delhi||Rs. 39,900 - 49,625|
|Bangalore||Rs. 39,485 - 50,400|
|Pune||Rs. 39,900 - 49,725|
|Mumbai||Rs. 39,485 - 49,725|
|Hyderabad||Rs. 43,885 - 50,300|
Hero played it smart while designing HF Deluxe and catering the needs of buyers and demands of enthusiasts. Hero HF Deluxe is the perfect fit for all. It is an entry-level commuter boasting a 100cc engine, aesthetically-pleasing design and reasonable pricing. Being trendy and attractive in the first place, it gets all the attention from the buyers. From terrific fuel efficiency to a comfortable ride quality to contemporary looks, this bike from Hero has it all. The graphics on the body panel are satisfying while the economical 100cc engine makes is an ideal bike to have for city commutes.
The company has been watchful while embedding the safety elements including brake mechanism and shock absorbers. The HF Deluxe comes with 2-step adjustable telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers at the front and hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear end. Taking care of the safety of the rider and pillion, there is a 130mm drum brake at the front while 110mm brake unit at the rear.
With a number of convenient components and features, it assures you a comfortable and a smooth ride. There are quite a number of colour options for you to put your hands on including Candy Blazing Red, Black with Purple, Boon Silver Metallic, Classy Maroon Metallic and Black with Red. The entry-level bike is available in both kick-start as well as self-start variants. The kick-start base variant of the bike needs you to shell out Rs 48,603 (On road, Delhi).
Design and Features
The design of the Hero HF Deluxe is pretty straightforward, with elements like a bikini fairing around the headlamp, a large alloy grab rail at the rear, stylish graphics on the body panels, a silencer wrapped inside a chrome shield. Silver five-spoke alloy wheels helps the motorcycle stand apart from other commuter motorcycles.
The instrument cluster features an analogue speedometer, odometer and basic tell-tale lights. For added convenience, the bike gets a flush-type fuel tank cap as well. The fuel tank can hold 9.5 litres of juice, and the motorcycle is quite light with a kerb weight of just 107kg. The HF Dawn employs a 97.2cc single-cylinder OHC engine. It produces 8.36PS at 8000rpm and 8.05Nm at 5000rpm. Thanks to the 4-speed transmission, the bike can reach a claimed top speed of 87kmph.
Braking and Handling
The Hero HF Deluxe is built on a tubular double cradle frame, with telescopic front forks and twin rear shock absorbers offering two-step preload adjustability. Being a budget commuter motorcycle, brakes include a 130mm drum up front and a 110mm drum at the rear. It has a pretty decent ground clearance od 165mm. The maximum payload capacity stands at 130kg.
Safety and Features
Complying with current safety norms, the HF Deluxe gets Always Headlamp On (AHO). Hero doesn’t offer CBS (Combined Braking System) as of yet. However, expect the brand to introduce the safety feature once new safety norms come into effect from April 2019 onwards. According to the new rules, all new two-wheelers with engines that displace less than 125cc must have CBS as standard.
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