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  • Hero XPulse 200

Hero XPulse 200The Hero XPulse 200 motorcycle with a price tag of Rs. 1.20 Lakh. It is available in 1 variant and 5 colours. Powered by a 199.6 cc bs6 engine, the Hero XPulse 200 has a 5 Speed gearbox. The Hero XPulse 200 has Disc front brakes and Disc rear brakes along with ABS. Over 85 User reviews basis Mileage, Performance, Price and overall experience of users for Hero XPulse 200.

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Key Specs of XPulse 200

Engine199.6 cc
Power18.04 PS
Torque16.45 Nm
Mileage49.01 kmpl
BrakesDouble Disc
Tyre TypeTube

Hero XPulse 200 Highlights

Hero has increased the price for the BS6 XPulse 200. The XPulse BS6, which is available in a single variant, is priced at Rs 1,18,230, making it Rs 3,000 more expensive than before. The bike now comes with an optional Hero Connect feature that helps access several features, including tow alert, accident alert, last parked location, and geo-fencing. You can read all about it here.

Hero MotoCorp also offers the Rally kit for the XPulse 200. The new kit costs Rs 38,000 and is available at select Hero dealerships. The kit includes fully adjustable longer travel suspension, Maxxis rally-spec tyres, a flatter seat, and handlebar risers. Check out the detailed price list here.

The bike is powered by a BS6-compliant 199.6cc, fuel-injected, air and oil-cooled engine that makes 18.08PS at 8500rpm and 16.45Nm at 6500rpm. That's a drop of 0.3PS and 0.65Nm over the BS4 variant. It still continues to use a 5-speed gearbox. Underpinnings include the same 37mm telescopic forks and an adjustable rear monoshock. Its 21-inch and 18-inch front and rear spoked wheels come wrapped in dual-purpose tyres. The braking setup consists of disc brakes at the front and rear paired with single-channel ABS (Anti-lock Braking System).

The XPulse 200 features a raised front beak, sump guard, high-mounted exhaust, knobby tyres, and long-travel suspension befitting its adventure touring nature. It is available in 5 colours -- White, Panther Black, Sports Red, Matte Green and Matte Grey. On the feature front, the bike gets LED lights at both ends, a Bluetooth-enabled full-digital instrument cluster, and a USB charging port. 

The XPulse 200 doesn't have any direct competition, but its closest rival is the Royal Enfield Himalayan. For the same price, you can also get a TVS Apache RTR 160 4V.

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Hero XPulse 200 Price

The price of Hero XPulse 200 starts at Rs. 1,20,800. Hero XPulse 200 is offered in 1 variant - XPulse 200 STD BS6 which comes at a price tag of Rs. 1,20,800.

XPulse 200 Price

XPulse 200 STD BS6199.6 ccRs.1,20,800
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Hero XPulse 200 Pros and Cons

BikeDekho Verdict
BikeDekho Verdict:
The XPulse 200 does achieve what it set out to do - provide the first step into the world of off-road motorcycling - very well. But if touring is high on your agenda, the XPulse is not for you - not unless you don’t mind slow-paced journeys.

Things We Like in XPulse 200

  • Lightweight and easy to manage off-road
  • Adequate suspension travel and ground clearance
  • Feature-rich

Things We Don't Like in XPulse 200

  • A few more ponies would’ve gone a long way
  • Feels stressed at highway cruising speeds
  • Build quality is not the best

Stand Out Features

  • Hero XPulse 200 Pros and Cons

    Large 21-inch front and 18-inch rear wheel sizes are great for rough roads

  • Hero XPulse 200 Pros and Cons

    Turn-by-turn navigation on instrument cluster via Bluetooth link

  • Hero XPulse 200 Pros and Cons

    High value-for-money quotient

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XPulse 200 Expert Review

The Xpulse 200 picks up exactly from where the Impulse left off. The latter kick-started a lot of off-road dreams when it was launched in 2011, but the underpowered Honda Unicorn-sourced engine kept the Impulse from being a runaway success. It was discontinued in 2017 and now, after enduring an agonising wait and a fair number of teasers, Hero has finally decided to let us have the XPulse 200, which promises to better the Impulse by being more exciting and more versatile too. 

Design and Features

As is expected of any off-road worthy motorcycle, the Xpulse features a raised front fender and a secondary semi-mudguard that’s mounted closer to the front wheel. Its adventure-ready credentials are reaffirmed by the large 21-inch (front) and 18-inch (rear) wire-spoke wheels running Ceat Gripp off-road biased tyres. It looks tough and ready to mud-plug, thanks to the long travel fork with rubber gaiters, an elaborate sump guard to protect the engine, serrated footpegs for the rider and a dirtbike-style exhaust that’s routed parallel to the cylinder head. The Xpulse may not seem radically different from the Impulse, but in reality, the two have nothing in common in terms of the bodywork.

What’s undoubtedly new is the headlight - a small, round, full-LED unit which adds the ‘neo’ to this largely old-school design. Sadly, it doesn’t work very well, as we learnt over a short night stint. 

In terms of quality, the XPulse felt built to last, however, the finish of the exhaust joints and the pillion footpeg subframe lacked premium flair.

Engine and Performance

A strong reason for the XPulse coming into being, or behind the Impulse being discontinued, was the heart of the matter - the engine. While the Impulse borrowed its motor from the Honda Unicorn, along with all its virtues, what it lost out on was outright exciting performance. The XPulse has no such engine donor, and instead, it shares its 199.6cc, 2-valve, SOHC, single-cylinder motor with the Xtreme 200R. Our test bike featured fuel-injection, but at the time of launch, Hero revealed a (cheaper) carburetted version as well. Now that you know the details, the first thing you need to accept about the XPulse is that it works best as an off-road bike that you can also use in the city and, perhaps, for short highway stints. Given the nature of the engine, you will have to exempt it of the responsibilities of long-distance touring, exuberant corner-carving and so on. 

The initial response from standstill is energetic and the 5-speed gearbox works well. In the city, the XPulse is fairly tractable with zippy low-end performance, a definite departure from the milder Impulse. Post 60kmph, the performance dwindles gradually and going above 90kmph on the XPulse requires commitment and open roads. It hits the 100kmph mark at 7000rpm, which is quite high when you also consider that it redlines at 9000rpm. The speedo can eventually creep up to 120kmph, however regaining the pace after encountering a slow-moving truck in your path, for instance, will require patience and persistence. Refinement at low revs is good too, but beyond 6000rpm, there is a buzz in the handlebar, pegs and tank which never goes away. 

Off the road, however, the XPulse is delightful with enough torque to make the most of tricky situations and it retains the learner-class friendliness the Impulse was so appreciated for. Overall, the XPulse isn’t an explosive performer in any sense, but it’s got enough to help introduce you to the magical world of dirt riding - without draining your wallet, that is. 

Braking and Handling

Also helping it in this aspect are the decently configured underpinnings. The 37mm telescopic fork enables 190mm of front wheel travel while the 10-step preload-adjustable gas-charged monoshock allows for 170mm of wheel travel. Impressively, despite being 20kg heavier than the Impulse, the XPulse felt as agile, if not more! Ride quality is a bit firm at lower speeds, but over demanding off-road surfaces, the XPulse displays confidence and sturdiness that is again a notch better than the Impulse. The brakes too offer a good balance between the bite needed on the road and the progression required off the road, and it helps that the front wheel can be kept in check, thanks to the unintrusive single-channel ABS. The rear disc will be a boon for dirt riders as it will stand up to abuse much better than the drum brake seen on the Impulse. 

Hero XPulse 200 User Reviews

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  • Hero needs to take action on.....

    I love the bike when I ride it. But since I have purchased this bike I'm dissatisfied with the service and management.....Read More

    By mukesh chauhan
    On: Dec 27, 2020 | 6442 Views
  • This Is The Best Bike.

    This is my best bike till now. This is best for a long ride, touring, and awesome experience in mountain riding. The.....Read More

    By ankur singhal
    On: Nov 11, 2020 | 3380 Views
  • Awesome bike

    This comes at a great price in this particular segment with decent looks. Colors are also good and more powerful than.....Read More

    By vijay sen
    On: Sep 14, 2020 | 3631 Views
  • Excellent bike for Mumbai.....

    Excellent bike for Mumbai Roads, It's so easy to maneuver the vehicle and Zip through the Mumbai traffic. It has a good.....Read More

    By anuj mehta
    On: Sep 10, 2020 | 2259 Views
  • Amazing performance.

    This could be a great touring bike because of its mileage and great performance.

    By amar singh
    On: Aug 14, 2020 | 608 Views
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Hero XPulse 200 Specifications

Mileage (City)49.01 kmpl
Displacement199.6 cc
Engine TypeOil-cooled, 4 Stroke 2 Valve Single cylinder OHC
No. of Cylinders1
Max Power18.04 PS @ 8500 rpm
Max Torque16.45 Nm @ 6500 rpm
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDisc
Fuel Capacity13 L
Body TypeAdventure Tourer Bikes

Hero XPulse 200 Features

ABSSingle Channel
Mobile ConnectivityBluetooth
Adjustable WindshieldYes
LED Tail LightYes
Fuel gaugeYes
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XPulse 200 Videos

  • GIVEAWAY Alert | Hero Xpulse 200 BS6 | Learning to like off-roading | PowerDrift
    GIVEAWAY Alert | Hero Xpulse 200 BS6 | Learning to like off-roading | PowerDrift
    Nov 23, 2020
  • Hero XPulse 200 Rally Kit Walkaround Review | Top speed, exhaust, suspension & more
    Hero XPulse 200 Rally Kit Walkaround Review | Top speed, exhaust, suspension & more
    Nov 14, 2019
  • Hero Xpulse 200 : Perfect motorcycle for India? : PowerDrift
    Hero Xpulse 200 : Perfect motorcycle for India? : PowerDrift
    Oct 14, 2019
  • Hero XPulse 200 vs Royal Enfield Himalayan & Comparison Test
    Hero XPulse 200 vs Royal Enfield Himalayan & Comparison Test
    Jul 20, 2019
  • Hero Xpulse 200 & 200T : Better than the Impulse
    Hero Xpulse 200 & 200T : Better than the Impulse
    May 02, 2019

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What is the exact on-road price of Hero XPulse 200?

The on-road price of Hero XPulse 200 in Delhi starts at Rs. 1,42,238. The on-road price is inclusive of RTO charges and insurance.

What is the engine displacement of Hero XPulse 200?

The engine displacement of Hero XPulse 200 is 199.6 cc

What is the Start type of this bike?

Hero XPulse 200 has Kick and Self Start.

What is the Tyre Type of Hero XPulse 200?

Hero XPulse 200 has Tube tyres.

What is the city Mileage of Hero XPulse 200?

The city Mileage of Hero XPulse 200 is 49.01 kmpl.

What is engine oil capacity?

EXPLORING asked on 10 Jul 2021

Hero Moto Corp XPulse 200 has an engine oil capacity of 1170 ml after draining.

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By Bikedekho experts on 10 Jul 2021

Service center in Delhi ?

ꀭꍏꀤ asked on 27 Jun 2021

Follow the link for the authorized service centre of Hero in Delhi...

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By Bikedekho experts on 27 Jun 2021

Exchange offer is valid

neeraj asked on 24 Apr 2021

Exchange of a vehicle would depend on certain factors such as kilometers driven...

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By Bikedekho experts on 24 Apr 2021

Why Hero Impulse is not for sale in India?

R.M. asked on 8 Apr 2021

Hero Impluse has been discontinued and replaced by the Hero Moto Corp XPulse 200...

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By Bikedekho experts on 8 Apr 2021

I have heard that XPulse 300 is also coming, is it true?

Baljeet asked on 21 Mar 2021

As of now, there is no official update available from the brand's end. However, ...

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