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125 FI Drum
Rs. 73,200
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Hero Glamour Latest Updates

A new variant of the Hero Glamour could be coming soon. Leaked documents have revealed that it will be called the Glamour X-Tec and will sit atop the lineup thanks to its new features. Know all about it in our story.

The Hero Glamour just got dearer, thanks to the recent price hike. The premium stands at Rs 1,300 for all the variants. You can check out the full variant-wise price list here. In January, Hero MotoCorp announced that it has achieved the 100 million production unit benchmark. Then in March, the brand launched the Glamour 125 in the 100 Million Edition livery at Rs 77,200 for the front disc variant and Rs 73,700 for the drum variant (ex-showroom), which was Rs 1,800 more than the standard models.

Hero Glamour Price

The Hero Glamour drum and disc variants retail at Rs 73,200 and Rs 76,700 respectively. There's also a funkier-looking Glamour Blaze edition at Rs 74,400 for the drum version and Rs 77,900 for the disc. The more recent 100 Million Edition will set you back by Rs Rs 75,000 and Rs 78,500 for the drum and disc variants respectively.

Glamour Specifications

The Hero Glamour BS6 gets a new 125cc fuel-injected motor. It delivers 11PS at 7,500rpm and 10.6Nm at 6,000rpm. That’s 0.69PS and 0.4Nm less than the BS4 fuel-injected Glamour. The new motor also gets a crawl function that bumps up rpm at crawling speeds to prevent the motor from stalling. It also gets i3S start stop technology now. While the BS4 Glamour had a 4-speed gearbox, the BS6 version gets a new 5-speed unit. The Glamour BS6 gets a new diamond-type frame that replaces the previous tubular double-cradle frame. Even the telescopic forks and dual shock absorbers have been tweaked and offer longer suspension travel now. The other update is a wider rear tyre for better stability. The Glamour BS6 continues to use 18-inch wheels on both ends.

Hero Glamour Variants

The Hero Glamour BS6 is available in two standard variants: BS6 Drum and Disc priced at Rs 73,200 and Rs 76,700 respectively. You can also opt for the Blaze Edition in a drum and disc variant priced at Rs 74,400 and Rs 77,900 respectively. The recently launched 100 Million Edition retails at Rs 75,000 for the drum version and Rs 78,500 for the disc.

Glamour Design

While the Glamour BS6 retains the familiar bodywork, it gets 6 new colour options -- Black with Blue, Black with Grey, Black with Red, Black with Sports Red, Black with Techno Blue and Candy Blazing Red. The headlamp too gets blacked-out elements while the mirror covers now come in black instead of the previous two-tone finish.

Glamour Features

The Glamour BS6 continues to use a halogen-type headlamp, LED tail lamp and bulb-type turn indicators. It gets a semi-digital instrument console that includes a speedometer, odometer, fuel gauge and real-time mileage indicator.

Hero Glamour Competitors

The Hero Glamour BS6 competes with the Bajaj Pulsar 125 and Honda SP125.

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Hero Glamour Price List in India

Glamour 125 FI Drum
124 cc | 64.10 kmpl
Rs. 73,200
Ex-Showroom Price
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Glamour Blaze Edition
124 cc | 64.10 kmpl
Rs. 74,400
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Glamour Drum 100 Million Limited Edition
124 cc | 64.10 kmpl
Rs. 75,000
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Glamour 125 FI Disc
124 cc | 64.10 kmpl
Rs. 76,700
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Editor's View of Hero Glamour

  • Upside

    New, sporty looks, Gets a 5-speed transmission, Rich in features

  • Downside

    Design still feels conservative for what is supposed to be Hero’s flagship 125cc bike

  • Our Verdict

    Hero has done well to keep the Glamour BS6’s pricing in check during the BS4 to BS6 transition given the fact that the BS4 Glamour already had Fi. With the new pricing, the Hero is still one of the expensive 125cc motorcycles out there but it undercuts the Honda SP 125 by around Rs 5,000. However, in the company of the similarly priced but more powerful Bajaj Pulsar 125, the Glamour BS6 feels dated and less desirable.

Glamour Detailed Review

With an eye on the future, Hero MotoCorp has been steadily supplementing their bread-and-butter motorcycle families with next-generation products. After the Splendors, it is the turn of the premium commuter family, the Glamour. It has been designed and engineered at Hero’s Centre for Innovation and Technology in Jaipur and is another pillar for the company's future growth in India, and around the world. After its global unveil in Argentina we got a chance to sample the carbureted and fuel-injected versions of the all-new Glamour 125. As we got set to ride the Glamour 125, the question right on top was, just how new is it?

Hero MotoCorp Glamour 125: Static Pic

Sure looks it

The story goes, Hero’s R&D team worked behind closed doors for three months to create a design without any interference, and the results speak for themselves. The Glamour looks new and fresh. From the softly flowing lines of the headlamp, the crispness of the tank extensions and the sharp rear cowl, the Glamour’s design has a sense of balance and sophistication that is immediately pleasing. The tank has muscular contours but it isn’t aggressive, so it won't put people off. The chunky side and tail panels also lend this motorcycle some visual mass, and the chequered pattern for the graphics give it a youthful feel, too. The only awkward angle is from the rear three quarters where you can see how the need for a long seat has resulted in the tail section to stick out significantly.

Hero MotoCorp Glamour 125: Tail lamp Assembly

The tail lamp sits tucked away under the tail section. It gets a distinctive light signature with LED brake lights flanked by two light bars. The blacked out split-spoke wheels, fork-sliders and the engine add to the sporty look. But the red springs for the rear shocks contrast nicely against this. The instrument cluster is a digital and analogue unit which is easy to read even on the go. On the FI variant of the Glamour, the meter displays fuel efficiency and the mode switch lets you toggle between the trip meter and odo. But, both variants lack a gear position indicator. This 125cc motorcycle packs automatic headlamp on and tubeless tyres as standard. The Glamour 125 will be available in four colour options for the carburetted version and three colours for the fuel-injected variant.

Hero MotoCorp Glamour 125: Engine

Ride into the future

The engine is all new, too, and a quick look at the engine clears any doubts - While the older Glamour had a horizontal or “sloper” engine configuration, the all-new motorcycle has a semi-vertical layout. The engine shares its bottom end with the 110cc range but is thoroughly revised to meet the needs of the higher displacement. The 125cc engine makes 11.5 PS of power, a solid 27 per cent more than before. It also makes 11Nm of peak torque at 6500rpm. While the torque is only marginally higher, you have more thrust on offer from lower rpms and is available over a wider spread of the rev range. Basically, better rideability and hence, fuel efficiency.

Now, the Glamour is equipped either with a carburettor or with a fuel injector. The carburetted version now uses a more modern CV carb and is equipped with Hero’s i3S idle stop-start system. This helps the Hero return a company claimed 60kmpl, a 3 per cent increase compared to the existing Glamour equivalent. The FI version of the Glamour, despite making do without the i3S system, returns a company claimed 62kmpl.

Hero MotoCorp Glamour 125: Action Pic

While we can’t vouch for the fuel efficiency figures, after our test ride we can vouch for the engine’s character. Smooth, really smooth. We were testing the Glamour twins on a 2.5km-long race track on the outskirts of Buenos Aires. Despite far from its comfort zone and even in the harshest of downshifts, and periods of hard redlining, there was no annoying buzz to speak of. We rode both variants back to back, and the FI version proved to be just a bit smoother.

The story is similar even in the way they perform. The carburetted version has good low speed rideability and gets a spring in its step as you go a little higher up into the mid-range. It is happy to rev, too, but there is a slight drop off in power at higher rpms. Since there is no tachometer its hard to say where exactly, but roughly 1500 rpm from the limiter.

Hero MotoCorp Glamour 125: Action Pic

At first, the fuel-injected version feels a bit tame in comparison. That’s because once power starts building it is in one clean sweep. There is no surge or dip. It just gets going and doesn’t back off until you hit the limiter. The throttle response feels crisp and direct, too. As a result, the FI version feels just a bit easier to ride. Also, it imparts a sense of technical sophistication that is great to see in this class of motorcycle. The only hiccup was that the Glamour FI seemed to stumble a bit when being lugged between 20- 30kmph in 4th. Hero’s R&D Head Markus Braunsperger assured us that this was because the test bikes in Argentina had been shipped two months ago and weren’t in the latest state of tune. We can’t wait to test the India-spec bike in home conditions to inspect this further. In terms of outright performance, Hero claims a 0-60 time of 5.6 seconds for the FI and 6 seconds for the carb variant. We saw the speedo needle nearing the 100kmph mark repeatedly, but lacked the road to see how much further it could go.

Hero MotoCorp Glamour 125: Cornering Pic

What’s in a chassis?

Everything. Usually we don’t end up testing a commuter on a race track. Like, never. While the idea seemed ludicrous first, we are glad that we got the opportunity to ride the Glamour on the track. Within the first few laps it was clear that the new chassis and setup was light and flickable, as you would expect from a commuter. Even at a higher pace, the sense of maturity and confidence was quite evident in the Glamour. The chassis didn’t feel flustered through rapid direction changes. Neither did it feel nervous when leaned over. The MRF tyres were grippy and the feeler studs in the footpegs ground out before you got to the edge of the shoulders. All this grip and cornering prowess will help you on the daily commute too as it will make the Glamour safer and easier to ride., To help with braking duties the Glamour will be offered with a disc brake version as an option.

Hero MotoCorp Glamour 125 Bikes

Not just glamour

First, Hero’s all-new Glamour really is indeed all new. And, secondly, it clearly has a lot of substance. While we rode it on conditions that are far from the typical environment most Glamour customers will ride it in, there is much promise in this package. When it first goes on sale in the first week of February, the new Glamour will sell alongside the existing model. Yes, it will be more expensive, by a just a small margin as Hero wants to tempt customers to step up to the new model as it offers a great blend of comfort, confidence, stylishness and ease of use. For a slight premium over the existing model, the Glamour makes for great motorcycle to have on your shortlist for a sensible and likeable commuter.

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Glamour User Reviews

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  • 2.6

    Overall performance is average.The hero group claims that glamour fi-technology is really good at mileage, But its all trash they are just bluffing the customers and they have made a good revenue out of it with their good advertising skills.

  • 1.4

    Old feature heating problem lock problembad sevice slippery tyrestotally not goodworst price so don't bye this bike

  • 1.0

    This bike is not comfortable.Worst experience while drivimg.Worst seating causing neck pain shoulders pain.

  • 5.0

    I like glamour bike and it's futures are good now days so many people are like that bike now that bike is trend in market it is sencor bike

  • 4.2

    Very nice bike for rider, Friendly bike for single users.I suggest if any one interested please purchase.

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  • 1.0

    This glamour BS6 model bike the worse bike I have ridden till now, As there are lots of issues in this bike right from the first day and no one cares. 1.Engine is getting stopped automatically while the bike is in running and not getting started until we bring it to the neutral mode. 2.In design back brake is linked to the center stand which is getting stuck in this bike and creating a big one headache that the back brake and center stand can't be used. These issues started after one week of purchase and getting this issue repaired is a very hectic job as there is a chance of other parts getting damaged while doing gas welding. 3. The fourth gear is not getting engaged and disengaged properly. 4. Can't hold the bike handle for a longer time as hands are paining after 15 to 20 min of the ride. Difficult to ride the bike for long-distance. The complaint also raised with the company but there is no proper response from the hero motocorp until now. Complaint number: 10860-0920-24.

  • 2.6

    False claimed mileage by Hero Moto Corp. Unnecesary clinking and other sound few days after buying d bike and it remain unsolved till now. The most disapointing thing is its milege. I hv Yamaha R15 v1 that gives 45 milege. Everyday i drive for 15 km and 45 mileage with Yamaha R15 for me was not worth it. So for better mileage and low maintainence cost i bought Hero Glamour and thats something above my all regretes. Other wise its a good bike with no vibration at top speed. I drove this bike upto 110 KM/hr.

  • 3.8

    My bike is Hero Glamour Fi(Fuel Injection). Its mileage is good an it provides about 65-70 km/l in both city and highway. However as it is about 3 years old, I found some problems such as Electric start not working, kick start don not always work etc. As I am a short rider(5.5 feet), so I have been experiencing some back pain issues with this bike, but I do not think that tall riders will experience this kind of back pain issues.

  • 5.0

    On the previous week I have bought hero glamour , it's simply looks stunning and the comfort and long seat for both pillion makes every rides comfortable , the looks and power are well improved and semi digital console looks superb while riding at night , while riding I don't feel it's only a 125 cc bike it's silencer sounds like a 150 cc bike and engine smoothness is very nice , I fall in love with hero glamour bs6 💗

  • 5.0

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Glamour Colours

  • 100 Million Edition Red
  • Blaze Edition
  • Tornado Grey
  • Techno Blue
  • Sports Red
  • Radiant Red
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Glamour

Q. I like sp 125, super splendor,hero glamour but now I am totally confused what is best choose for me.I want avg 50 to 65 milage.max speed 100 without any disbalance problem.please any one advice me.
  • As per your requirement, we would suggest you go for Honda SP 125. The SP 125 is among the best motorcycles launched by Honda in the recent past. It’s refined, fun to ride, frugal, and offers a good list of features. If you are looking for a bike with a refined engine, a great list of features, and attractive styling then the SP 125 would be a good option. Moreover, ride your bike at an economical speed for optimum mileage. Also, as of now, there is no official update from the brand's end regarding the mileage of Honda SP 125. Moreover, the claimed fuel efficiency of Honda SP 125 is 65 kmpl and the top speed of Honda SP 125 is around 93 km/h. We would suggest you take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership.Read more:- Comparison.
Q. How con I solve back tail vibration?
  • For that, you may have the rubber mounts installed at the tail that soaks up the vibrations and reduces the noise as well. There are multiple options available in the aftermarket or you may get in touch with the authorized service center as well. Click on the link and select your desired city for service centers.
Q. How can Increase in hero Honda Glamour bike fuel mileage
  • There are some points that you can keep in mind in order to improve the mileage while riding such as keeping a check on tyre air pressure, timely service your bike, maintain proper gear to RPM ratio, do not accelerate the bike unnecessarily, ride your bike at economical speeds, etc.
  • There are some points that you can keep in mind in order to improve the mileage while riding such as keeping a check on tyre air pressure, timely service your bike, maintain proper gear to RPM ratio, do not accelerate the bike unnecessarily, ride your bike at economical speeds, etc.
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Q. Which bike has the best mileage graphics, maintenance and features SP125 or glamour 125 or pulsar 125?
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Q. My height is 6 feet, Glomour or Sp125 which is comfortable for me?
  • Both Honda SP 125 and Hero Glamour are comfortable enough for taller riders. Moreover, the SP 125 is among the best motorcycles launched by Honda in the recent past. It’s refined, fund to ride, frugal and offers a good list of features and if you are looking for a 125cc commuter, then you may go for it. For a better understanding of compatibility and riding comfort, we would suggest you to take a test ride. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
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Hero Glamour Mileage

ARAI Claimed 69.49 kmpl
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Glamour FAQs

What is the price of Hero Glamour?

The ex-showroom price of Hero Glamour is 78,500. Check On Road Price of Glamour. .

What is the mileage of Hero Glamour?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Hero Glamour is 69.49 kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Glamour.

Does the Hero Glamour have ABS?

No, ABS feature is not available in Hero Glamour. View full specification of Glamour.

Which is better Hero Glamour or Honda SP 125 BS6?

Honda SP 125 BS6 Price starts at Rs. 77,145 which is Rs. 3,945 costlier than base model of Hero Glamour priced at Rs. 73,200. Compare Hero Glamour vs Honda SP 125 BS6 on the basis of price, specs, features, reviews.

What is the EMI of Hero Glamour in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Hero Glamour in Delhi is Rs. 2,109 per month @ 9.45% for a tenure of 36 months.

What are the colours available in Hero Glamour?

Hero Glamour is available in 6 colours : 100 Million Edition Red, Blaze Edition, Tornado Grey, Techno Blue, Sports Red and Radiant Red. View colour images of Glamour.