Hero recently launched this Xtreme 200S and they rightfully did not name it as Karizma, as Karizma brand should only be kept for 'premium' motorcycles...

Pawan Munjal has given a long entry note in the press release of the three motorcycles’ launch…

Hero ventured in the 200cc space with the Xtreme 200R which essentially could be called as India’s first commuter 200cc motorcycle. However, its price point is its USP.

Hero is trying hard to turnaround its image as a maker who can make and sell higher powered, sportier motorcycles without the co-branding of Honda. In this endeavour they launched as many as three new motorcycles in the market recently. This also marked Hero’s entry into various different segments of the market…

  • Xtreme 200S – Faired sports motorcycle
  • Xpulse 200T – Naked tourer with retro flavour
  • Xpulse 200 – Brilliant looking adventure/dual-sport motorcycle
Hero Youngest Product Portfolio
Xpulse 200 was the most awaited motorcycle from Hero

Specially the Xpulse 200 is the main talking point among bikers as it becomes India’s most affordable dual sports motorcycle and builds on the fan following of the Hero Honda Impulse 150. On this development Pawan Munjal, Chairman of Hero MotoCorp appears upbeat and left a long note in the press release of these three ‘X’ motorcycles. He goes on to say…

Quick Note on Xpulse & Xtreme 200S Bookings & Deliveries

With these motorcycles, we now have one of the youngest product portfolios on offer and I am sure, our new motorcycles will appeal to the youth around the world.

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Well, it is a little difficult to understand what does ‘youngest product portfolio‘ would mean here but yes, with these motorcycles Hero should surely make headway into the younger bikers’ homes and we hope the upcoming motorcycles that they are planning justify their words better. Hero has recently said that they would want to be number one in the premium segment in the coming 3-4 years. You can read the story here.




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