Hero Xtreme 160R Model Roundup: Price, Review, Rivals & More!
Everything you could possibly want to know about the Xtreme 160R under one roof
Hero MotoCorp’s foray into the performance-centric 160cc commuter segment opens up new avenues for the market. The extremely capable Xtreme 160R comes frighteningly close to the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V’s in terms of performance, handling and features. Here’s a complete lowdown on the bike which will help you make an informed decision if you are planning on buying one.
Hero Xtreme 160R Launched In India:
Hero launched the bike at a staggering price of Rs 99,950 which pretty much undercuts most of its rivals. Not only this, but it also manages to offer a couple of segment-first features like full LED lighting, a hazard switch along with a side-stand engine cut off switch.
Hero Xtreme 160R: All You Need To Know:
Here are five important points that’ll bring you up to date with the Xtreme 160R, if you’re a bit hazy on what the bike’s all about -- from design, performance, underpinnings to features.
Hero Xtreme 160R Spec Comparison:
The 150-160cc segment is a competitive space and there’s a lot on stake with Hero’s newest entrant. Will it hold its own against veterans like the Suzuki Gixxer and TVS Apache RTR 4V? Click here to find out.
Hero Xtreme 160R: Road Test Review:
Numbers on paper though don’t tell the entire story, so we put the bike through a thorough road test to find out how it fares in real world conditions. Here’s what we think of it.
Hero Xtreme 160R vs TVS Apache RTR 160 4V BS6: Image Comparison:
If lengthy text isn’t your thing, you could have a look at some detailed images of the Xtreme 160R and RTR 160 4V which explains the differences between the two bikes. Head here to check it out.
Hero Xtreme 160R: Pros, Cons, Should You Buy One?
Last but not the least, should invest in the Xtreme 160R? It sure as hell has a lot going for it, but it isn’t quite perfect. You help you understand, we’ve listed down a couple of positives and negatives for the bike which will help you understand the bike much better. Click here for more information.