Hero MotoCorp On Launch Rampage: To Launch 6 New Bikes This Year
Article by Drivio | 19th May 23
The first bike is obviously the Hero Karizma XMR 210, followed by other bikes.
- With the Karizma moniker making a comeback, enthusiasts seem very excited.
- The bike maker will have something for each two-wheeler segment.
- Commuter or premium, Hero has you covered.
The year 2023 will be significant for the Hero MotoCorp. In fact, according to Niranjan Gupta, the CEO of the leading two-wheeler giant, Hero is preparing to introduce more models this year than ever before! Furthermore, there will be bikes for different market categories. Here’s a lowdown onto all the bikes:
|Expected Motorcycles||Expected Price (Ex-showroom)||Expected Launch Timeline|
|Hero Passion Plus||Rs 78,000||October 2023|
|Hero HF Deluxe Xtec||Rs 65,000||December 2023|
|Hero Xtreme 200R 4V||Rs 1,50,000||March 2024|
|Hero Karizma XMR 210||Rs 1,75,000||September 2023|
|Hero XPulse 400||Rs 2,70,000||October 2023|
Hero might introduce a few changes to the commuter market, which it now dominates. Hero may first revive the famous Passion Plus bike because it was recently spotted at a dealer event. The company might potentially give bikes like the HF Deluxe an Xtec makeover in addition to this.
Hero has been putting a lot of effort into growing its premium category over the past three to four years, and it will reach new heights this year. The Xtreme 200R 4V, a motorcycle that was also discovered last month, would be the first. Although the test mule's fork was inverted, prior design patents revealed that the fork was telescopic.
This makes us think that it might therefore be provided in two variations. We believe the Xtreme 200S 4V, which was sighted at a dealership in a pretty nice paint job, may also be on our shores this year.
The Karizma has been spied testing frequently, from crowded city streets to the mountainous mountains of Ladakh. Its design reminds us of the Kawasaki Ninja 400.