Hero MotoCorp to sell used two wheelers, launches ‘Wheels of Trust’ platform for exchanging

Hero MotoCorp’s resale platform will be ‘Wheels of Trust’.

Hero MotoCorp has launched a new two wheeler resale platform named ‘Wheels of Trust’.

According to the company, this new platform has been launched in a ‘physical’ avatar, which means that this platform will work both digital (online) and on the ground. That’s why it is also called omni-channel.

Hero MotoCorp will also provide the facility to buy and sell existing two wheelers of any brand as well as exchange it.

Hero has partnered with more than 900 partners

Hero has partnered with over 900 channel partners who will assist the customers to streamline the Wheels of Trust website and bring this facility to the customers’ mobile phone or computer.

The company claims that through this platform, customers will get the best price on their old vehicle.

So far more than 5 lakh customers have been added to this platform.

upcoming bike

Hero XPulse 200T to come with new update

Hero recently launched the XPulse 200 4V Rally Edition in India. It has been revealed in media reports that the company will soon update its existing XPulse 200T on the lines of this motorcycle.

There are reports that the 200T will get several significant cosmetic changes along with the new color option.

Apart from this, it can come with the Xpulse 200 4V four valve engine, which generates 18.8bhp power and 17.35Nm torque.

super splendor

Hero’s new Super Splendor launched in July

Apart from this, last month Hero launched its Super Splendor in a new Canvas Black Edition at a starting price of Rs 77,430. It has been brought in two trims.

This bike is very similar to its current model in terms of design, but it has been given some new features like semi-digital instrumental cluster and USB charging port.

The Super Splendor is one of the favorite motorcycles in the country.

How was Hero MotoCorp’s sales in July?

According to the sales report, Hero MotoCorp saw some decline in sales in July this year. The company has suffered a loss of two percent in its total sales.

The company sold a total of 4,45,580 units of the vehicle last month, as against 4,54,398 units in July, 2021.

At the same time, the company has suffered a loss of 8.10 percent as compared to June. The company sold 4,84,867 units of two-wheelers in June.

Outfable Bytes

Hero MotoCorp has also made full preparations to enter the electric vehicle segment. For this, Hero has created a sub-brand Vida. It was supposed to launch its first electric scooter in July, but now it has been pushed forward.

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