Rs. 38,900 - 49,375
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Latest On Hero HF Deluxe

Hero HF Deluxe has been updated with IBS (Integrated Braking System). IBS is now available both in standard and i3S variant. The feature helps in braking by partially applying the front brake while the rear brake pedal is pressed. The mechanicals are unchanged apart from the inclusion of IBS. It is also Hero’s first motorcycle to get this feature. The Hero HF Deluxe IBS is priced at Rs 39,400, while the i3S variant is priced at Rs 48,942 (both prices are ex-showroom, Delhi).

Hero HF Deluxe Price

Hero HF Deluxe prices start at Rs. 38,900 (Ex-Showroom) and the top end variant Hero HF Deluxe iBS i3S is priced at Rs. 49,375 (Ex-Showroom). Hero HF Deluxe is available in 7 variants and 11 colours.

HF Deluxe Variants Price List

HF Deluxe Drum Kick and Spoke
97 cc | 82.9 kmpl
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HF Deluxe Drum Kick and Alloy
97 cc | 82.9 kmpl
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HF Deluxe Drum Self and Spoke
97 cc | 82.9 kmpl
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Hero HF Deluxe Mileage

The claimed ARAI mileage for the Hero HF Deluxe petrol is 82 kmpl.

Editor's View of Hero HF Deluxe

  • Upside

    Mileage, ergonomics, ride quality

  • Downside

    Age old design

  • Our Verdict

    A legacy of almost three decades, the CD-series from Hero MotoCorp is the final word for many when it comes to owning a 100cc entry-level motorcycle.


Hero HF Deluxe Colours

  • Candy Blazing Red
  • Boon Silver Metallic
  • Black With Purple
  • Leaf Green
  • Black With Red
  • Black With Purple
  • Black And Blue
  • Classy Maroon Metalic
  • Classy Maroon Metallic
  • Candy Blazing Red
  • Boon Silver Metallic

Hero HF Deluxe Highlights


The extremely bare-basic 100cc commuter that has been serving the country for almost three decades, Hero MotoCorp's CD-series has been the choice of the masses for its economic sense and practicality along with trademark Honda reliability.

Design and Features

While the HF Deluxe offers basic design lines, they are pretty much at par with commuter bike standards. To up the style quotient, the company has offered a trapezoidal headlamp set within a bikini fairing and side panels with embossed HF Deluxe graphics. The compact rear side panels houses a halogen-lit tail lamp and alloy grab rails for the pillion. The two-pod instrument panel gets an analog speedo and odometer on the left and a large fuel gauge with tell-tale lights.


Available with an optional electric starter, the Hero HF Deluxe is powered by a 97.2cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine which makes 8.36PS of peak power at 8,000rpm and 8.05Nm of peak torque at 5,000rpm. The engine feels refined and performance is best at mid-range, which helps commute in a stress free manner. Add to that the ARAI claimed mileage of 83kmpl with a 9.5-litre fuel tank. The HF Deluxe runs on five-spoke alloy wheels with telescopic forks up front and hydraulic dual shock absorbers at the rear. Electric start is available as an option on a higher variant. Braking is managed by 130mm drum brakes at the front and 110mm drum brakes at the rear. Kerb weight of the kick-start variant is 107kg while the electric starter variant is 3kg heavier.


Bajaj CT100: It is the most affordable of the lot, and comes in three variants – CT100B, CT100 KS Alloy and CT100 ES. The CT100 gets a bigger 102cc engine that produces 7.7PS of power on the CT100 ES, while the other two variants generate 8.2PS. Torque on the ES is higher at 8.24Nm, while the CT100B and the CT 100 KS Alloy produce 8.05Nm of torque. The three variants also get small but noticeable changes in terms of styling. It gets a slightly bigger, 10.5-litre, fuel tank and weighs between 109 and 110kg.

TVS Sport: It is not only the most stylish of the three mentioned here, but at 95kmpl, it also returns the highest fuel efficiency as per ARAI. With pricing at par with the Hero HF Deluxe, it should appeal to college goers who are on a budget, but are looking for something handsome to stand out from the crowd. The 10-litre fuel tank will also make for a great run on a single tank up.


Hero has not only made a name for itself but has also become the go-to brand for most commuter buyers. The Bajaj CT 100 comes across as a promising product for someone on a budget in that segment, as it offers all of the above that HF Deluxe does, without spending the additional buck. The TVS Sport, on the other hand, offers a lot more as it brings a dash of style to the segment with its colour combinations and design. The engine on the TVS also feels as refined as the Hero does and offers a lot more mileage as claimed by ARAI. Moreover, with an equally large network and service cost, it comes across as better value for money.

Hero HF Deluxe News

One of the bestselling motorcycles from Hero gets i3S treatment to make it even more fuel-efficient

May 18, 2017  By Team ZigWheels
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Hero HF Deluxe User Reviews

4.2 /5
182 Rating & 80 reviews
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Preferred For : Daily Commute

48% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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Shubham S
Shubham S 5.0 20 Apr 2019

One word - "nice"Mileage is above 65 on highway, looking is also good.

Uses this bike for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 65 kmpl
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Ramesh Gajjar
Ramesh Gajjar 1.8 18 Apr 2019

Hf deluxe is a very bad bike

Uses this bike for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 50 kmpl
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Laxmi Kant
Laxmi Kant 3.8 17 Apr 2019

Overall Good But not Best. Because its mileage is very very bad..... So i dislike deluxe series bike

Uses this bike for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 40 kmpl
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