Know the launch date and price of Hero Xoom 125R and Xoom 160

Hero World 2024 witnesses the grand revelation of Hero MotoCorp’s much-anticipated Xoom 125R and Xoom 160 premium scooters, marking the company’s debut in the Indian scooter market. Previously showcased at EICMA 2023, these two-wheeled marvels are set to hit the market by the end of the year, promising an exhilarating ride and cutting-edge features. Let’s dive into the details of these soon-to-be-released scooters that promise to redefine the way we ride.

Hero Xoom 125R

Hero Xoom 125R, an anticipated sportier version of the Xoom 110, is set to redefine the 125cc scooter segment. Powered by a 124cc engine, it boasts a maximum power of 9.5 bhp and a torque of 10.14 Nm. The automatic transmission ensures a seamless and hassle-free riding experience, complemented by its air-cooled system. Adhering to BS6 Phase 2 emission standards, the scooter runs on petrol and features a fuel injection system.

Hero Xoom 125R

On the design front, the Xoom 125R stands out with its alloy wheels and tubeless tyres, ensuring a smooth and safe ride. The scooter comes equipped with a digital instrument console, LED headlights, brake/tail light, and turn signals, providing a modern and futuristic appeal. It also offers GPS navigation for added convenience.

For safety, the Xoom 125R features a front disc brake, ensuring prompt and effective braking. With an estimated price range of ₹85,000 to ₹90,000, this sporty sensation is expected to hit the market in April 2024.

Hero Xoom 160

The Hero Xoom 160, a maxi-scooter variant, is set to captivate riders with its 156cc engine, automatic transmission, and liquid-cooled system. With a powerful performance, the scooter delivers a thrilling ride with a stylish design. Featuring telescopic front forks and dual rear shock absorbers, it promises a comfortable and stable ride.

Hero Xoom 160

The Xoom 160 adheres to BS6 Phase 2 emission standards, running on petrol and equipped with a fuel injection system. The alloy wheels, 14-inch front and rear wheel size, and tubeless tyres add to the overall robustness and durability. Safety features include front and rear disc brakes, along with a stand alarm for added security.

With LED headlights, brake/tail light, and turn signals, the Xoom 160 combines style with functionality. It is expected to be priced between ₹1,10,000 to ₹1,20,000, with an anticipated launch in March 2024.

Hero MotoCorp’s foray into the premium scooter segment with the Xoom series is creating waves of excitement among enthusiasts. While the launch dates are tentative, the company’s commitment to innovation and performance suggests a thrilling ride awaits scooter lovers in the near future. Stay tuned for further updates.

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