2011 Karizma ZMR from Hero Honda is here!

I guessed it right this time! I had a bet with my pal that the next upgraded bike from Hero Honda’s stable would be its sport tourister Karizma ZMR and I won the bet as well. As in line with other Hero Honda bikes which were given very recent facelifts, it is the same aesthetic boosters and gotta do nothing in terms of performance and other mechanical stuff. Remember that Hunk, Glamour, CBZ Xtreme were the other bikes which were updated most recently.

To begin with, the 2011 Karizma ZMR gets body coloured rear view mirrors. It adds to the gorgeousness of this big bike. It also features a sporty full body cowl. The multi functional digital console with blue illuminated backlight is truly an eye catcher for this bike.

The tachometer is housed in the centre along the ZMR badge, making it ideally placed for better visibility as well.

The front and rear discs of the brakes are now coated with a pinch of Astra Gold colour. This is very visible on both the front as well as the rear side of the bike. Dazzling integrated LED tail light is also now included in the design package. The above mentioned are the features that the company boasts of the new 2011 Karizma ZMR. But there are a few other visible changes as well.

The other changes that are incorporated here include an all new gold coloured exhaust cover which looks really cool. Nice thought. The grab rails are also body coloured now. There are minor changes in the sticker pattern as well. Also, the front shocks boost the looks with its new astra golden touch.

The 2011 Karizma ZMR is available in a range of four colours namely Vibrant Orange, Spot Light White, Panther Black Metallic and Candy Blazing Red. With the launch of this bike, blue colour is now discontinued.

This price of this bike is not yet listed but personally I opine that it might not be very expensive than the previous model. As the caption says, will this bike be ABOVE ALL?

Regards,
M.Naren.
Author – BikeAdvice.in

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