Hero MotoCorp, one of the leading players in the two-wheeler segment, has recently unveiled a new variant of their latest commuter, the Hero XPulse 200T 4V, priced at Rs 1.25 lakh (ex-showroom).

Hero also offers a host of new perks that make your ownership experience no less than any premium product.

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After much teasing on Social media channels, Hero MotoCorp has finally unveiled the updated XPulse 200T 4V for Rs 1.25 lakh (ex-showroom). 

While the new engine promises strengthened touring capabilities, technology enhancements, and significant performance improvements, Hero also claims this bike has been specially made for Indian urban riders.

With this model, the company is also looking to target customers who ride to the office and college. Having the upright position, the objective of this motorcycle is to provide a long-distance touring experience with excellent comfort levels in a silent manner while being exceptionally fuel efficient simultaneously.

Performance specifications

With a five-speed transmission, the motorcycle has a 199.6cc, single-cylinder, oil-cooled, fuel-injected, 4-stroke, 4-valve engine which produces 19.1bhp maximum power and 17.35Nm of peak torque at 6500rpm.

The new XPulse 200T 4V has 6% additional power and 5% more torque than its predecessor.

The bike is equipped with alloy wheels, an LED headlight and an LCD instrument console with smartphone connectivity for call alerts and turn-by-turn navigation. 

It also has an under-seat USB charger. Further, it gets a side stand sensor, single front and rear disc brakes with telescopic front forks and mono-shock on the rear. 

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Colour options

The design may be subjective, but one thing is not. However, the brand new XPulse 200T 4V looks sportier than ever, thanks to a two-tone paint scheme. The motorcycle features a small fly screen on the prominent LED headlamp. 

It will be available in three colour options – Sports Red, Matt Funk Lime Yellow, and Matt Shield Gold. The rear trail rack gets substituted by a tubular grab rail. At the same time, the side panels, alloy design and seat similar to the stepped seat are retained.


As far as competition goes, the new Hero XPulse 200T 4V will go head-on against the Keeway SR125, Honda CB 200X, TVS Apache RTR 160 4V and the Honda XBlade.

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