Blazing a Trail: Hero Contap Look Bike Surpassing Honda and TVS in Mileage

 Honda:Hero was introduced in. With a powerful engine and exceptional mileage, this 125 cc motorcycle boasts many times more features than TVS and Honda. So allow us to provide you with a detailed description of this motorbike in this post.

Hero Honda Xtreme 125R Price

The Hero Xtreme 125R is a reasonably priced, sporty-looking motorcycle that was just released in the Indian market. There are three colour choices and two variants for this motorcycle: Cobalt Blue, Firestorm Red, and Stallion Black. Priced at Rs 1,10,520 for the base model and Rs 1,15,476 for the top variant. These are the on-road prices in Delhi. This motorbike comes equipped with a 10-liter fuel tank.

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Hero Honda Xtreme 125R Mileage

In terms of mileage, it offers a robust 66 kilometres per litre in addition to a top speed of 110 km/h. The same manufacturer states that this motorcycle can reach 60 mph in just 5.9 seconds.

Hero Honda Xtreme 125R Features

This motorcycle’s features list includes things like an instrument console, a USB charging port, and Bluetooth connectivity. In addition, it contains features like a clock to show the time, a hazard warning indicator, a low fuel indicator, a tripmeter, an SMS alert, a call alert, a speedometer, and a fuel gauge. In addition to full LED lighting with warning lights, this motorcycle has projector headlights.

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Hero Xtreme 125R Engine

Regarding the Hero Extreme 125R’s engine, it is a single-cylinder, air-cooled, 125 cc engine. It produces 10.5 nm of peak torque at 6,000 rpm and 11.4 bhp of power at 8,250 rpm. A gearbox with five speeds is matched with this motor.

Hero Honda Xtreme 125R Suspension And Brakes

Its suspension and hardware are provided by a 7-step preload adjustable monoshock in the back, a 37mm telescopic fork up front, a 276mm disc brake up front, and a 130mm drum brake down back with single channel ABS. 

Hero Honda Xtreme 125R Rival

The Hero Xtreme 125R faces competition in the Indian market from the Bajaj Pulsar NS 125, TVS Raider 125, and Honda SP 125.

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