Hero Glamour is back, prices start at Rs 82,348

Hero Glamour is back, prices start at Rs 82,348

News by Team Drivio | 26 Aug 2023

While the design of the Hero Glamour remains the same as the pre-BS6 model, the new iteration gets a revised engine and a full-LCD instrument console. 

  • The Hero Glamour has arrived in two variants – Drum and Disc
  • Its 124.7cc air-cooled, single-cylinder engine has been shared with the Glamour X-Tec.
  • The new features introduced in the Hero Glamour are a full-LCD instrument console and USB charger.

After a long hiatus of three years since its discontinuation ahead of the BS6 norms deadline in April 2023, the Hero Glamour has made a re-entry into the Indian market. Launched in two variants, Drum and Disc, the new Hero Glamour will be offered in three colour options - Candy Blazing Red, Techno Blue with Black and Sports Red with Black. It is priced between Rs 82,348 and Rs 86,348 (both prices ex-showroom, Delhi). This version of the Hero Glamour looks different from the already-existing Glamour X-Tec.

VariantPrice (Ex-showroom Delhi)
Hero Glamour DrumRs 82,348
Hero Glamour DiscRs 86,348

Compared to its BS4 iteration, the Hero Glamour gets altered body decals over its fuel tank and side body panels. However, the part-digital instrument console of the BS4 model has been replaced with a new full-LCD instrument console with a blue backlit, which though misses out on Bluetooth connectivity. The new model also has a USB charger beside the handlebar.

SpecificationsHero Glamour 
Engine 124.7cc, Air-Cooled, Single Cylinder 
Power & Torque10.5 bhp& 10.4 Nm

While the new Glamour looks different from the Glamour X-Tec, it shares its air-cooled, single-cylinder, 124.7cc engine with the latter. Paired with a 5-speed gearbox, this engine claims 10.5 bhp of power and 10.4 Nm of torque. Based on a simple diamond frame, the Glamour gets conventional telescopic forks at the front and pre-load adjustable twin coil springs at the back. Both the variants of the Glamour come with a 130mm drum brake at the rear. However, while the Drum variant gets a 130mm drum brake at the front, the Disc variant has a 240mm disc brake in its place.