Entry HF Deluxe Variants Launched; Now Second Cheapest BS6 Bike in India

In the list of cheapest BS6 bikes in India (under Rs 50,000), Hero has finally found space with the newly introduced entry HF Deluxe variants…

While we were compiling the list of the three cheapest BS6 bikes in India, we had to, surprisingly, omit the country’s largest selling manufacturer. Hero MotoCorp, the highest 100-110cc seller did not have a product under Rs 50,000 at all.

However, in a latest update, as expected, Hero has introduced the entry level variants in the brand’s most affordable motorcycle – HF Deluxe. The BS6 variant of HF Deluxe launched earlier this year, was offered only with the self start option. Now, Hero has added two variants below them – both with the kick starter option. These have been updated at the official website.

Here are all the variants of the highly popular motorcycle along with their latest prices.

HF Deluxe BS6 Latest Price

VariantLatest Price
Kick + Drum + Spoke (New)Rs 46,800
Kick + Drum + Alloy (New)Rs 47,800
Self + Drum + AlloyRs 56,675
Self + Drum + Alloy – All BlackRs 56,800
Self + Drum + Alloy + i3sRs 58,000
*all prices ex-showroom Delhi

As you can see the entry price has come down drastically from Rs 56,675 to Rs 46,800. This makes HF Deluxe the second cheapest BS6 bike in India only after the entry Bajaj CT100 variant. You can check out the list of the most affordable BS6 motorcycles here.

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The HF Deluxe has received fuel injection in this BS6 upgrade but it continues to be powered by the old but extremely reliable 97 cc engine which produces 8.02 PS of peak power at 8000 rpm and 8.05 Nm of max torque at 6000 rpm.

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That ‘i3s’ you see in the price chart stands for idle start stop system. When engaged, the motorcycle automatically shuts off after a pre-set idle time to save fuel. The motorcycle comes back to life as soon as you press the clutch. This, Hero says, saves upto 9 percent fuel and is helpful during stop go traffic, traffic signals, etc.