Hero Xpulse 300 coming soon
Hero MotoCorp can soon launch its XPulse 300 bike in the Indian market. Recently, this bike has been spied during testing on Indian roads, which reveals the main design of the bike.
The company will launch it in the touring segment. It can also get a new 300cc engine and dual-channel anti-lock braking system.
Let us know what some information has been received about this bike.
How will the design of the bike be?
In terms of design, the Hero XPulse 300 will also get an updated paint job like the XPulse 200, designed fuel tank with “4-valve” sticker, single-piece seat, pillar grab rail and upswept exhaust system.
The bike will also get an LCD instrument console, LED headlight and an LED taillight with Bluetooth connectivity.
The motorcycle will get 21 inch rear spoke wheels at the front and 18 inch at the rear which will provide smooth riding.
The bike will come with 300cc engine
According to reports, the company may use a new 300cc engine in the Hero XPulse 300. This engine is capable of generating 27.8hp power and 24.45Nm of peak torque. At the same time, this engine has been linked to a 5-speed gearbox for transmission.
However, it is expected to get better output than the current XPulse 200. According to the company, this bike can cover a distance of 30 km in one liter of petrol.
The bike will be equipped with these features
Talking about the features of the bike, it is an off-roading and long touring bike.
Hero XPulse 300 is likely to get disc brakes at both the front and rear wheels along with dual-channel Anti Lock Braking System (ABS) for rider safety and better handling on roads.
Let us know that keeping in mind the suspension, the bike has been given inverted forks at the front and a mono-shock unit at the rear.
What will be the cost of this bike?
Information about the price and availability of this bike in India will be given at the time of its launch. However, it is being estimated that its price will be around two lakh rupees.
The company 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.