Hero MotoCorp Glamor Xtec Launched with USB Charger – Price at Rs 78,900

Hero MotoCorp Glamor Xtec Launched with USB Charger – Price at Rs 78,900

Hero MotoCorp on Tuesday announced the launch of its new Hero MotoCorp Glamor Xtec motorcycle. Hero Glamor Xtec is offered in two different options – Drum variant and Disc variant.

Hero MotoCorp Glamor Xtec Price in India

The new Hero MotoCorp Glamor Xtec drum variant is priced at Rs 78,900 in Delhi ex-showroom.
The Hero MotoCorp Glamor Xtec Disc variant has an ex-showroom price of Rs 83,500 in Delhi.

Hero MotoCorp Glamor Xtec Features

The latest version of Glamor has been given many new features as compared to the standard model of the motorcycle. The new Glamor Xtec gets features like Bluetooth connectivity function, turn-by-turn navigation system, integrated USB charger, and an LED headlamp. The instrument cluster in the new model also gives more detail than the standard motorcycle. These include gear position indicator, eco mode, tachometer, and real-time mileage indicator (RTMi). The new Glamor Xtec also gets features like a side-stand engine cut-off and a bank angle sensor. The bank-angle-sensor shuts down the engine in the event of a fall.

Hero MotoCorp Glamor Xtec Engine

Hero Glamor Xtec gets a 125cc BS-6 engine which is equipped with XSens programmed fuel injection technology. According to the company, it is 7 percent more fuel-efficient, that is, gives more mileage. This engine generates power of 10.7 bhp at 7,500 rpm and peak torque of 10.6 Nm at 6,000rpm. It includes features like i3S and Auto Sell technology.

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Hero MotoCorp Glamor Xtec Design

Hero Glamor Xtec gets an H-shaped position lamp along with LED headlamps. The company claims that this lamp will get 34 percent more light. Talking about the styling of the Xtec variant, it includes blue accents for 3D branding, rim tape, and a new matte color. The bike gets telescopic front forks and preload-adjustable rear mono-shock. The base version uses drum brakes on both wheels while the premium model also gets a 240 mm rotor at the front.

Dharamveer Singh

Dharamveer Singh

Dharamveer Singh is a content writer at Tech Gami. He has 1-year of experience in content writing. He is making content for the latest technology, Cars, Education.

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