Xtreme 160R price increment has made the motorcycle costlier but it still remains one of the most value for money offerings in the segment…
The world’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer – Hero Motocorp is unassailable in the entry-level motorcycle segment. However, when it comes to 150 cc and above, the company has a very limited presence.
The Xtreme 160R and Xtreme 200S are probably the only models that have kept them alive in the segment, along with the Xpulse. However, as we welcome the new year, the company has announced an increment in the prices of Xtreme 160R and Xtreme 200S.
Talking first about the Xtreme 160R, the bike’s rear drum brake variant was previously available at Rs. 102,000 in the country. However, Hero has increased its price by Rs 1,900, and it now retails at Rs. 103,900. On the other hand, the disc brake version of the bike will now be available at Rs 106,950, as against its previous price of Rs 105,050 with the same Rs 1,900 hike.
Coming to the elder sibling, the Xtreme 200S witnessed a relatively lesser increment of Rs 1,500. With this, the bike now retails at Rs 117,214, as against its previous price of Rs 115,714.
While both the motorcycles have witnessed hikes, they do not see any mechanical or cosmetic updates, as they both remain exact same motorcycles as they were before.
Note: All prices ex-showroom, Delhi.