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Rs. 72,000 - 80,850
Discontinued Model since 1 Apr 2020

Hero Xtreme Sports Overview

Hero unveiled a new concept motorcycle at the 2019 EICMA motorcycle show. The concept motorcycle previews the design of the next-gen Hero Xtreme. The 1.R concept comes equipped with a sharp-looking design, slick tyres, a TFT display and is powered by a fuel-injected motor, which we suspect could displace below 200cc.

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Xtreme Sports

Q. Is this bike good for long term use - Xtreme Sports?
  • The Hero Xtreme Sports is priced competitively at Rs. 77,200 - for the standard model and Rs. 79,200 for the double disc brake variant both ex-showroom Mumbai. When tested, it returned us a decent mileage of 55kmpl. There are many other competitors in this category but if you’re on a tight budget and you’re looking for a fast 150cc decent looking motorcycle then the Xtreme Sports fits the bill. The life of the bike will depend on how it is maintained. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride in order to clear your all doubts.
  • Hero Xtreme height will also larger height I think so you can buy it you are also 6.1 height so you are taller and height of Xtreme Hero sports is also taller to you can buy it thank you
  • It is comparitively very good for daily commute mileage is the plus point and cost if u can afford a bike for 1.20 lakhs then u can go for xtreme 200 for upgraded version of xtreme sports other than that i can say overall bike is very good for tall people and average top speed best ergonomics and overall performance is suitable for city rides
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Q. Sir, in my Hero Xtreme sports bike the pillion sitting is not comfortable for ladies? Any adjustments are possible. Please tell me.
  • In my opinion pillion seat is highly placed, i faced the same issue so i just made adjustment in the rear shock absorber which can be adjusted with 5 step adjustment 2 or 3 rd step is better the adjustment looks small but it will impact a lot in seating position
  • I think so you will go the lohar he can join the footer to the in the wreck of the so I think so better thank you
  • I think so you will go the lohar he can join the footer to the in the wreck of the so I think so better thank you
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Q. Which is best bike Xtreme Sports or Unicorn?
  • Xtreme sports in every field it has very high performance but unluckily the indian generation are not knowing value of this branded bike
  • In style hero xtreme is good for tall riders but if you are a small and heavy person then you can go for honda cb unicorn
  • Xtreme sports is the best option
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Q. Top speed of extreme sports?
  • 124 kmph on a straight road without incline, but your mileage will drop to 28 kmpl and vibrations become quite high. In normal conditions you can reach 115 easily.
  • At heart, Hero Moto Corp Xtreme Sports gets a single-cylinder, air-cooled 149.2cc engine that churns out a max power of 15.6bhp at 8,500rpm and 3.50Nm of torque at 7,000rpm. Mated to a 5-speed constant mesh gearbox, it can travel at a top speed of 107Kmph(Claimed).
  • 128 I have got with my xtreme and it depends on road condition and environmental flow
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Q. Can it be with FI - Xtreme Sports?
  • It's better to buy carbureted one FI is tricky as well as costly to maintain
  • The fuel injection system is provided and designed by the company and it can't be added to the vehicle if it's not provided by the company.
  • May be in further version
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Q. Which is better among X-treme and Unicorn?
  • Xtreme sports if you want a stable bike at high speeds for below 70 rides go for unicorn
  • I think so gixxer SF 155 is better and better thank you
  • Hero Xtreme of course. Honda Unicorn comes in 150 CC Commuter Motorcycle segment while Xtreme Sport falls in Sporty and Premium bike segment.
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Hero Xtreme Sports User Reviews

4.1 /5
344 reviews & ratings
  • Performance
    4.1/5
  • Mileage
    4.0/5
  • Comfort
    4.1/5
  • + 2 more
  • Maintenance Cost
    4.0/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.1/5

Preferred For : Daily Commute

49% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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  • 1.8

    I reached 90000Km. Doing periodic service once reached 2000km, I am facing one major problem in this model bike, Stopping the Engine while in the drive, it will happen again I try to rectify the issue with the help of TVS authorized service center, but they won"t give solution to solve this problem. Later the same problem occurred, this time I goto local mechanic, they simply solve the problem by pumped oil in the engine plug hole and start the engine, the actual issue here is piston run with friction. It is the major defect in this Model bike.

  • 4.2

    I preferred this bike at that on my thorough thinking ....like1. It"s unique look and side key position 2. It"s price range (at that price Bajaj pulsar 150 also came but it is owned by many people. So there is no difference between me and group of that persons).3. Hero branding 4. Hero better service chain 5. Cost of maintainance is reasonable Apart from the above points I agreed this was not performed well in market. But I didn"t unhappy had this, because i managed well and I got around avg mileage of 52-54 kmpl. Still now i didn"t found any drastic decrease in mileage and in its performance. I rode my bike with a top speed of 109kmph. I completed 42,000 kilometres in a span of 3 years.

  • 1.4

    gear shifting is very Hard, engine knocking problem no instant pickup, when engine temperature is high automatically RPM speed is increased servicedealer not able rectify this issue, hero"s R&D totally failure to develop smooth and efficient engine, every 500 km have to visit service centre for valve adjustment issue to avoid engine knocking problem it"s Hero Moto corp,s most failure model I am using since 2016.

  • 4.6

    Best for city commuting as well as highways, mid-range performance is great but not that much stable at top-end. Low maintenance cost. Great mileage--52kmpl at 50-70kmph, 47kmpl 75-100kmph, 40kmpl at 100+. Comfort in next level, sporty nature. The major problem in it is its vibration in foot pegs and rear side, but overall it is a great product from Hero family. I love this bike.

  • 4.2

    The bike is good for tall riders because seat is bit wide and I am around 5"9" so sometimes it gets uncomfortable to reach ground . Another thing mileage is really great very punchy engine but if you use it roughly like people uses apache or pulsar , Engine will get noise . And seat is a bit hard so for long tours sometimes it gets uncomfortable

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  • 5.0

    Awesome... amazing.. fantastic.. incredible

  • 5.0

    Best byke

  • 4.6

    Best for city commuting as well as highways, mid-range performance is great but not that much stable at top-end. Low maintenance cost. Great mileage--52kmpl at 50-70kmph, 47kmpl 75-100kmph, 40kmpl at 100+. Comfort in next level, sporty nature. The major problem in it is its vibration in foot pegs and rear side, but overall it is a great product from Hero family. I love this bike.

  • 3.0

    Not good but not bad

  • 3.0

    spear parts not available at nashik showrooms

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Hero Xtreme Sports Expert Reviews

After being my companion for several months, it is now time to bid farewell to my first long term motorcycle, the Hero Xtreme Sports. It crossed the 4000km mark before exiting the ZigWheels garage. Here’s how it fared during its last 1000km in our company

March 29, 2016  By Team ZigWheels

The Hero Xtreme Sports has recently crossed the 3,000km mark in the Zigwheels garage and we tell you everything it has been doing all this while

January 27, 2016  By Team ZigWheels

The Hero Xtreme Sports is the newest member of the ZigWheels garage and the latest 150cc offering from Hero MotoCorp has completed 2,000km journey with us and we share our experience so far

November 26, 2015  By Team ZigWheels