Rs. 94,000
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Alongside the XPulse 200, Hero has also introduced the road-focused XPulse 200T. Priced at Rs 94,000 (ex-showroom Delhi), it’s Rs 3,000 cheaper than the XPulse 200 (Carb). Compared to the XPulse 200, the XPulse 200T comes with a slightly shorter suspension travel with a less sophisticated 7-step preload adjustable monoshock at the rear. It also rolls on 17-inch alloy wheels on both ends wrapped with street tyres.

Hero XPulse 200T Price

Hero XPulse 200T prices start at Rs. 94,000 (Ex-Showroom). Hero XPulse 200T is available in 1 variants and 4 colours.

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XPulse 200T STD
199 cc
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Hero XPulse 200T Colours

  • Sports Red
  • Matte Grey
  • Matte Shield Gold
  • Panther Black

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Powering the Hero XPulse 200T is a 199.6cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine which generates 18.4PS at 8000rom and 17.1Nm at 6500rpm. This engine works alongside a 5-speed transmission linked to a chain drive. The engine is the same unit that powers the Xtreme 200R. Suspension bits include 37mm telescopic forks and a rear 7-step adjustable monoshock. The XPulse 200T comes to a halt using a 276mm front disc, a 220mm rear disc and single-channel ABS. It rolls on 17-inch alloy wheels on both ends, and they are wrapped with MRF street tyres. The motorcycle’s kerb weight stands at 150kg and the bike is equipped with a 13-litre fuel tank. At 799mm, the seat is 24mm lower than the XPulse 200’s unit.

Design and Features

The Hero XPulse 200T comes with the same bodywork as the XPulse 200 but features a conventionally-placed exhaust and fenders. This motorcycle comes with a plastic underbelly cowl and engine guard as standard. Even a centre standard is offered right off the showroom. Notable features of the bike include a full-LED headlamp and tail lamp. It also comes with a full digital instrument cluster. This unit gets Bluetooth connectivity and shows call status, turn-by-turn navigation, gear position, trip details apart from the regular trove of information. The Bluetooth works via the Hero smartphone app. This motorcycle also gets a nifty tail rack to secure small luggage.


Bajaj Avenger 220 Street: The Bajaj Avenger 220 Street is the nearest competitor to the XPulse 200T if you’re in the market for a good touring motorcycle. The Avenger’s cruiser stance will appeal to those who want laidback ergonomics. The 220cc air-cooled engine also has enough grunt to make it a decent touring machine on the highways.

Suzuki Intruder: The Suzuki Intruder is a modern take on the cruiser genre. It may have a smaller engine and may make lesser power compared to the XPulse 200T, but the Gixxer-derived chassis offers commendable handling characteristics.


At the price point at which it has been launched, the XPulse 200T serves as a middle-ground between the Xtreme 200R and the XPulse 200. If you’re in the market for a good touring machine within the Hero product family, you’re better off opting for the Xtreme 200S.

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