Hero Thriller vs Xtreme 160R – Here are Three Small Differences

Hero Thriller vs Xtreme 160R differences listed on this page. Thriller is sold in Bangladesh and few other countries across the world…

Like every manufacturer, Hero also has different strategies for its products for the Indian and the export markets. For example, it sells the Xtreme 160R in many countries as Thriller 160R. The Thriller was introduced in Bangladesh market around December 2020-January 2021.

Here we list some very small differences that we can notice between these two motorcycles.

  • Badges – With the obvious difference of the name, the badges are different. However, the ‘X’ of Xtreme spills across to the fuel tank in the Indian version in big red font (on white and blue) which adds a wee bit of sportiness. It is a muted small ‘Thriller’ sticker on the tank extension of the Bangladeshi model.
  • Ground Clearance – Thriller has a ground clearance of 165 mm whereas the Xtreme is 2 mm higher.
  • Saddle Height – Similarly, there is a 5 mm difference in the seat height of both the variants. The Indian model is 790 mm high whereas the Bangladeshi variant is listed at 795 mm.

The pricing of Thriller is between 189,990 to 199,990 BDT which is between 1.63 Lakh to 1.72 Lakh after conversion in INR. The Xtreme 160R costs between 1.07 Lakh to 1.12 Lakh in India (ex-showroom prices).

Thriller vs Xtreme 160R differences
Hero Thriller 160R of Bangladesh

Hero is offering all the three regular colors – white, red and blue on Thriller. The 100 million limited edition shade of the Xtreme is yet to go there. Rest of the stuff appears to be identical in both the models, including the BS6 compliant engine and the power and torque figures.

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Thriller vs Xtreme 160R differences
Indian Xtreme 160R. This color has not been launched in Bangladesh yet…

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While we are at it, let us also tell you that Hero still sells the older Glamour, Pleasure, Hunk and Achiever in Bangladesh according to the official website. All these models have been discontinued or updated in India. The Indian Glamour is sold as Ignitor there.