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Hero Bikes

4 is average rating of Hero bikes by 18631 users
Hero bikes price starts from Rs. 50,900 for HF Deluxe to Rs. 1.30 Lakh for XPulse 200. Hero offers a total of fifteen products which are Petrol powered two wheelers only. Hero Splendor Plus is one of the top Commuter bikes in India , Hero Pleasure Plus is a popular scooter in India and Hero Xtreme 200S is one of the top Sports bikes in Indian auto market . The company also plans to launch several upcoming bikes such as 450 ADV, Electric Scooter and XF3R. Choose a Hero bike to know all the details, including the latest price & bike offers at dealer showrooms in your city. You can also check out the specifications, images, bike mileage, user reviews from fellow Hero bike owners and unbiased reviews by our auto experts.
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Hero Bikes Price (January 2022) in India

Hero Bike ModelEx-showroom Price
Hero Splendor PlusRs. 65,610 - 71,470
Hero HF DeluxeRs. 50,900 - 63,770
Hero Passion ProRs. 70,820 - 75,620
Hero GlamourRs. 75,900 - 85,920
Hero Super SplendorRs. 74,200 - 77,900
Hero XPulse 200Rs. 1.23 - 1.30 Lakh
Hero Xtreme 160RRs. 1.11 - 1.16 Lakh
Hero Pleasure PlusRs. 62,220 - 71,420
Hero Maestro Edge 125Rs. 73,200 - 82,320
Hero Splendor iSmartRs. 70,390 - 73,090
Hero Xtreme 200SRs. 1.28 Lakh
Hero HF 100Rs. 51,200
Hero Destini 125Rs. 70,400 - 75,900
Hero XPulse 200TRs. 1.20 Lakh
Hero Maestro Edge 110 BS6Rs. 65,900 - 68,500

About Hero

History
Originally, Hero started building motorcycles back in 1984 in a joint venture with Honda. The first ever motorcycle to roll out of the Hero Honda production line was the CD 100, which was followed by a number of models including the popular Splendor, CBZ, Passion, and the sporty Karizma. The partnership ultimately came to an end in 2011 and Hero started functioning as a standalone entity thereon. 
Since then, Hero MotoCorp has not only expanded its lineup but was also set free to export its own products to Latin America, Africa and West Asia. The Impulse marked itself to be the first motorcycle manufactured by the standalone brand, Hero MotorCorp. Later on, the Indian bikemaker went ahead and expanded its 100cc, 110cc and 125cc lineup. In fact, it also introduced the Glamour Fi, the first ever fuel injected bike in India.
In recent years, Hero has expanded its arsenal and launched the XPulse 200 and quite a few other scooters with the latest technology including smartphone compatibility and much more. Hero MotoCorp has also been actively participating in the Dakar rally and promoting cross country rally races to quite a length. 
Lately, with the electric vehicle mobility steadily marching forward, Hero has also been working on its electric scooter which will debut in the near future.
 
Product Portfolio
Scooters - Hero currently offers 110cc and 125cc scooter offerings. The 110cc range includes the Maestro Edge 110 and the Pleasure Plus range. Meanwhile, the 125cc scooters include the Maestro Edge 125 and the Destini 125. These are both practical and youthful. 
Commuter Bikes - Hero’s major focus remains on its commuter lineup, which has bikes ranging from 100cc to 200cc–the Splendor range, Passion range, HF range, Glamour range and the XPulse 200T. The HF 100 is the most affordable bike in Hero’s current lineup. Not to mention, the Splendor and Passion are largely popular commuters throughout the country. 
Sport naked - The Xtreme 160R is the only sporty naked bike offered by Hero. It’s not an out and out performance oriented bike, but aims to be the one off the lot. But like the entire Hero bloodline, it too is fairly practical and should suffice your daily commuter needs. 
Faired - Hero currently offers only one faired motorcycle and that’s the Xtreme 200S. It’s a blend of aggressive styling and practical hardware. The Xtreme 200S isn’t a full blown sportsbike since its ergonomics are quite easy going. 
ADV- Lately, ADVs have gained quite some popularity in India. And one of the smallest yet potent ones to be on sale here is the Hero XPulse 200. The bike has held its ground thoroughly and proved to be a seasoned off-roader. Not just that, it’s also the base for several race dirt bikes and even rally bikes. 
 
Greatest Hits
Splendor range - Practicality and affordability
Karizma - One of the first sporty yet affordable bikes
Impulse - Mass exposure to off-road riding
XPulse 200 - A step ahead of the Impulse with better off-roading credentials 
Xtreme 160R - Sporty naked with ample commuter sense
 
Future prospect
With the EV mobility progressing further, Hero is also working on launching its first e-scooter. Moreover, Hero is also going to bring a bigger and more capable ADV, which will have all of its Dakar learnings, considering the demand for the same already exists in India.

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  • Splendor Plus
    4
    8102 reviews

    Poor build quality, Arrogant dealer and service staff, Had to start relying on local mechanics who did a better job than the service center.Total disappointment with hero and their attitude towards customers.

    Leatherrebel 1 day ago
  • Passion Pro
    3.9
    1541 reviews

    Very unhappy to purchase this bike.This is my 3rd bike and this is one of the worst performance bike i used.Found my shelf cheated by the company.I strongly not recommend to purchase this bike.

    Praveen 1 week ago
  • Glamour
    3.9
    3120 reviews

    I have purchased my bike hero glamour xtech 125 in 17th dec 2021.Now i have facing petrol tank lock issue.After 1and half month faced by this issue.This is very bad review of hero glamour.

    Madan 1 week ago
  • XPulse 200
    4.2
    405 reviews

    I bought it in madurai as l liked its stylish look.While waiting for rc card rode to munnar in kerala.It did not fail me at steep hair pin bends.Seat was uncomfortable and had it replaced.Proceeded to solan valley via chennai, Hyderabad, Agra, Delhi and mandi.Tyre is not good for loose gravel incomplete roads.Travelled a total of 17000km in 2 months and the engine did not die on me.Had to pay for labour charge in the north for service even though under warranty.When chain got loose only sprayed instead of tightening.

    Murthy 2 days ago
  • Xtreme 160R
    4.2
    379 reviews

    हीरो ने बहुत ही बेकार बाइक बनाई है। इस बाइक में सबसे बड़ी कमी है इसका रियर डिस्क प्लेट और ब्रेक पैड बहुत जल्दी कट जाते हैं, और बाजार में आसानी से उपलब्ध नहीं है।

    Javed 2 weeks ago
  • Pleasure Plus
    4.4
    499 reviews

    Worst bike body is not good and engine body is worst not good my pleasure plus also damaged not buy this was worst not good support to our induans road

    Gowtham 3 days ago

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Hero Bikes Question and Answers

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 3 weeks ago

    The premise of scooter-commuting is always a delightful one, given the practicality, the ease of riding one and the weather-proof under-seat storage it brings with it. The Destini topped that with the promise of 125cc-class performance, on which it duly delivered. There’s ample knee room, enough room to try lower-body yoga activities on the expanse of the floorboard, and the handlebar-seat configuration is perfectly suitable for an hour-long urban stint. What contributes to its urban ability is the taut suspension. It’s sprung softly enough to make nothing feel jarring but there is a degree of firmness that makes you lean into corners with confidence even at, say, 70kmph. With a pillion (i.e. with the suspension loaded), the scooter takes in small bumps nicely. If you are riding solo and are on the lighter side, the same bumps can feel uncomfortable though. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.

  • Birbal
    Birbal 4 weeks ago

    I have to move long journey around 1000km in every week

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 1 month ago

    For the availability, we would suggest you get in touch with the nearest authorized dealership of Hero in your city as it depends on their stock book.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 1 month ago

    Hero has made a couple of changes to the XPulse 200. The most significant one comes to the engine; the 199cc motor now gets a 4-valve setup, bumping up its output to 19.1PS and 17.35Nm, 1.02PS and 0.9Nm more than the current bike. Hero claims the extra juice will improve its top-end performance. Topping this off is a new 7-fin oil cooler and updated gear ratios for better acceleration. Next up, the XPulse gets a new integrated engine start/stop switch. This isn’t a crucial update, but it’s convenient and makes the switchgear look clutter-free. The LED headlamp has also been updated for better illumination.Read more-2021 Hero XPulse 200 4V Launched With More Power And Better Features. -Hero XPulse 200 4V Road Test Review: The Best XPulse Yet.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 1 month ago

    Hero Glamour is equipped with a five-speed gearbox. Just like other bikes in this segment, its gear shifting pattern is 1-N-2-3-4-5(Up Shifting).

Hero Bikes FAQs

Which is the cheapest Hero bikes in India?

The cheapest Hero bike in India is HF Deluxe, which is priced at Rs. 50,900.

What are the commuter bikes manufactured by Hero?

Which are the best Hero bikes under 80000?

The popular bikes offered by Hero in this segment are Hero Splendor Plus, Hero HF Deluxe and Hero Passion Pro

What is the price range of Hero ?

Hero bikes in India comes in the price range of Rs. 50,900 to Rs. 1.30 Lakh.

Which is the best mileage bike in Hero?

Passion Pro is the most mileage efficient model in Hero with a mileage of 68 kmpl.

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