The Hero HX250R has to be the most exciting new product from Hero in the recent past. This lightweight and powerful quarter-litre motorcycle has been jointly developed by Hero Motocorp, America’s Eric Buell Racing (EBR), AVL (Austria) and Engines Engineering.
On the design front, the Hero HX250R is quite a stunner with twin-headlights, large windscreen and under seat exhaust. Adding to the look is a geodesic tubular chassis and a beautiful trellis shaped swingarm.
The new Hero HX250R will be the most powerful bike from the company’s stable, packed with a 249cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine, which will churn out 31PS of peak power and will have a torque rating of 26Nm.
This will also be the first Hero motorcycle offering to sport a six-speed transmission. Tipping the scale at just 139kg, the Hero HX250R has an impressive power-to-weight ratio of 223PS/ton. This Hero offering produces 6PS more than the Honda CBR250R and weighs 28kg less than the Japanese bike.
The HX250R uses a 249cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that will produce around 31PS power and 26Nm of torque. The spy shot of the test bike indicates that Hero MotoCorp may be getting closer to launching the bike
With Eric Buell Racing (EBR) filing for bankruptcy last month launch of the Hero HX250R which was developed by the American manufacturer has been delayed with an expected India debut at the 2016 Auto Expo
The lightweight and powerful 250cc motorcycle, Hero HX250R, is all set to be launched by November 2014 in India.
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