Hero Glamour 125 FI BS6: Image Gallery
Here’s a 180-degree view of the Glamour 125 FI BS6 through 12 detailed images
Hero MotoCorp decided to put up its own little show post Auto Expo 2020 called the 'Hero World 2020' where it unveiled three BS6-compliant bikes. One of which was the Glamour 125 FI BS6. For 2020, the bike has received a host of updates to make it an even more compelling proposition, all for a premium of just Rs 1,450. To make things simpler and more appealing, we've listed down all the changes in the form of pictures.
Given, the BS6 Glamour misses out on a full-LED headlight and doesn’t even get an overhaul for 2020, but subtle changes like the new dual-tone paint scheme help the bike look cooler than before. The previous-gen Glamour Fi, on the other hand, looked a bit too gaudy.
The tail light seems to be an LED unit.
The analogue-digital instrument cluster has been revised for 2020 with added features like real-time mileage readouts and Idle-Stop-Start System (i3S).
The BS6 Glamour also features Auto Sail technology, which basically has the same functionality as TVS' Glide Through Technology (GTT). It enables the bike to crawl at slow speeds in city traffic modulating the clutch. There's no need for any throttle input.
The seat has been redesigned as well and looks a bit sharper than before. Whether this will affect rider and pillion comfort is not known for now.
The BS6-compliant 125cc motor has been tweaked to produce 19 per cent more power, according to the brand. However, the caveat here is, the said spike in power only applies when you compare it to the older carburetted Glamour, and not the Fi. In reality, the BS4-compliant Glamour 125 FI makes more power and torque than the BS6 model.
For reference, the BS6 Glamour produces 10.87PS at 7500rpm and 10.6Nm at 6000rpm -- 0.82PS and 0.4Nm less than the BS4 Glamour Programmed Fi.
However, the extra cog that comes in the form of a 5th gear will help the Glamour BS6 extract better fuel-efficiency over the BS4 bike.
Hero has equipped the Glamour with a new diamond-type frame, which increases the suspension travel by 14 per cent up front and 10 per cent at the rear. By doing so, the ground clearance now sits at 180mm (up by 30mm).
It uses the same telescopic fork and twin shock setup at the rear with 5-step adjustability.
The same goes for braking, where the front employs a 240mm disc while the rear uses a 130mm drum unit. You can also opt for the front drum brake variant.
The wider 100-section rear tyre should make the bike more stable than before.
All this for a starting price of Rs 68,900 for the drum brake-equipped version. A price premium of just Rs 1,450 over the BS4 iteration. The disc variant will set you back by Rs 72,400 (both ex-showroom Delhi).