Do not worry, as for this issue we would suggest you to visit the authorized service center once and get your bike inspected they will check the issue and will help you to resolve it. You can get the service center details here.
We'd suggest you please connect with the nearest authorized service center to get exact details regarding the prices and availability of spare parts. Click on the given link and select your desired city for service centers.
Selecting the right bike would depend on several factors such as your budget preference on the segment, features required, engine options, brand preference, etc. Suzuki Intruder is powered by a 155 cc engine. This Intruder engine generates a power of 13.6 PS @ 8000 rpm and a torque of 13.8 Nm @ 6000 rpm. Its design is inspired from the larger Intruder cruiser bikes. The bike’s design is dominated by the front cowl housing the big headlamp unit flanked by fuel tank extensions. The rear gets a large dual-barrel exhaust and bulky rear cowl. The Intruder 150 shares the Gixxer’s engine, frame, suspension, brakes, wheels and tyres, but it’s been slightly modified to accommodate the cruiser styling. The front forks and rear mono-shock have also been tweaked to suit the nature of the bike, and the swingarm is longer now. On the other hand, if we talk about Hero XPulse 200T it is equipped with a 199.6 cc engine. This XPulse 200T engine generates a power of 18.1 PS @ 8500 rpm and a torque of 16.15 Nm @ 6500 rpm. One of the essential features of the bike is its full-LED headlamp and tail lamp. It also comes with a fully digital instrument cluster that gets Bluetooth connectivity and shows call status, turn-by-turn navigation, gear position, and 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. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.
Powering the Hero XPulse 200T is a 199.6cc single-cylinder fuel-injected air-cooled engine, now with an oil-cooler, which generates 18.1PS at 8500rpm and 16.15Nm at 6500rpm. That’s 0.3PS and 0.95Nm less than the BS4 engine. Looking at the figures, the engine still would not be an ideal choice for highway cruising. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
The Hero Xpulse 200 is the off-road capable version of the two. To cement its mud-plugging credentials, the XPulse 200 gets a raised beak, knuckle guards and a small windscreen. Whereas, the XPulse 200T is a touring motorcycle and it features a wide handlebar, comfortable ribbed seat and conventional exhaust system. 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.
It's pretty good as well as pathetic ! quite confusing right still am anot able to service my vehicle with outside hero authorised service centre. actually I had issue with my bike because of less experienced hero mechanic's I have already service my bike with 5 different showroom finally I got the 6 th station has some experience fellow to take my bike to normal condition. now am stick to that station for my upcoming service. but hero should allow the spare availability in outside ? still I don't know why they not even sell outside dealers ? quite confusing?But service cost remains low due to my bike still in free service period.i have done nearly 7 k mark.still going distance.
Regarding the maintenance schedule, ensure that each paid service is availed within 90 days or 3000 km from the date of the previous service, whichever is earlier. Replace engine oil once in every 6000 km. Top up if the oil level is at or near the lower level mark. Visit Authorised Hero MotoCorp workshop for inspection, cleaning, lubrication and adjustment of drive chain at every 1000 km. Replace brake fluid once in every two years or 30000 km, whichever is earlier. Replace front fork oil once in every 2 years or 30000 km, whichever is earlier. Moreover, we would suggest you exchange a word with the service centre regarding the same. You can check service centres in this link- Service centres.
I am done with the first servicing of my bike and charge was around 450 rupees and that's pretty low as compare to other brands .