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  • Q. Is this bike more durable than CB Shine or not?
    SaNdEEp | 1 month ago

    Ch shine aankhe band krk le le bhai hero bike lene ki jagah koi old honda ya bajaj le le nai to hero bike le bas afsos hoga na engine m dum na milege milgi bas har time paise lgao new bike per bhi

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    Shantanu | 2 months ago

    Please friend do take cb shine instead of ismart ....ismart is the worst bike

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  • Q. Is ismart best or not?
    Shantanu | 2 months ago

    Dont even think of buying a ismart ...it has the worst engine ...i have the bike from last 2 years nd the money i spend on repairing that bike if i calculate i can buy 2 new bikes or atleast scooty

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    Tarun | 2 months ago

    Very worse cycle no millage no pickup. Don't buy that disgusting bike.

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  • Q. How is the pickup and engine performance?
    Sourav | 4 months ago

    In comparison with 110cc engine...this is ok. engine sounds something more. don't cross the speed limit of 60kmph. after every 50km give a rest of 15 min.

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    Rahul | 4 months ago

    Pickup 110 cc ke hisaab se thik hai or iska milege 55-60 ke bich me aata hai

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  • Q. How's the pick-up?
    Zigwheels | 8 months ago

    The engine that powers this bike is a 109.15cc 4-stroke single cylinder air-cooled unit churning a peak power of 9.4bhp @ 7500rpm and a peak torque output of 9Nm @ 5500rpm. It has a claimed mileage of 61kmpl and a claimed top speed of 87kmph. If we talk about it pickup, it reaches 0-60 Kmph with in 7.2 Sec. We would suggest you to take a test ride in order to clear your all doubts. Click on the given link to get your nearest dealership details: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers

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    Jeetendra | 4 months ago

    Good

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  • Q. Hello Sir... Is hero ismart 110 engine, mileage, maintenance is good or costly as compared to splendor plus or Hf deluxe please share your personal experience and suggestions.. Thanks
    Jeetendra | 4 months ago

    Ismart better

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    Ehtasham | 8 months ago

    Nice bike

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  • Q. I will purchase ismart 110 shortly. Please tell me about Engine problem at present time and any new model launched of i smart 110 pulse?
    Zigwheels | 10 months ago

    There is no news for upcoming variant. Hero Moto Corp Splendor ismart 110 is indeed a good option to go for as it gets a refined, frugal engine, start-stop technology and better features. That’s besides the fact that despite Honda becoming extremely strong in the commuter space, Hero MotoCorp is a brand trusted by millions of buyers. On the other hand, we would also suggest you have a look at TVS Victor. It offers everything a modern commuter buyer demands, only missing out on the style quotient. Its engine feels punchy and refined while being frugal, beside the fact that it is offers the most comfortable ride of out of the two.

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  • Q. I want to purchase splender ismart bike but bike mileage and maintenance is very costly. Also, noise issues and mileage is 40-45 highest on highway.
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    In our road test, it returned at fuel efficiency of 61kmpl on the highway and 58kmpl in city traffic. Talking about the ride quality, the Splendor is stiffly sprung, with the Hero offering fairing marginally better if you are willing to ride over bumps slowly. Coming to the handling, commuters like this isn't mean to go fast around bends and the focus is more on agility to cut through traffic swiftly. Apart from it you can also keep an eye on Honda Livo and TVS Victor. The Hero motor is one of the most refined but it does sound a bit gruff at higher rpm. The Honda motor needs to be revved hard to extract power and the lack of torque is evident while climbing bridges. That said, the motorcycles is comfortable doing 60-70kmph on open roads, after which it begin to feel strained.

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  • Q. What is mileage in city?
    AMEENULLA | 8 months ago

    The quoted average for ismart 110 bike will not be always match with the existing routes of your place. Because, what ever they show or represent will be based on a traffic free road and that too a road for testing purpose dedicated road. That too company takes the sample test and take average calculation. Suppose, for 100 ml of petrol consumption, the kilometers run distance will be taken for consideration. Thus multiplying TEN times for the remaining 900 ml will be taken on an average calculation. I hope my answer will satisfy you. Further my bike is ismart 100 cc initial version. My bike is ging 85 km average only.

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    Saswat | 1 week ago

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  • Q. Hello Sir... Is hero ismart 110 engine, mileage, maintenance is good or costly as compared to splendor plus or Hf deluxe please share your personal experience and suggestions.. Thanks
    Jeetendra | 4 months ago

    Ismart better

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    Ehtasham | 8 months ago

    Nice bike

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  • Q. I want to purchase splender ismart bike but bike mileage and maintenance is very costly. Also, noise issues and mileage is 40-45 highest on highway.
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    In our road test, it returned at fuel efficiency of 61kmpl on the highway and 58kmpl in city traffic. Talking about the ride quality, the Splendor is stiffly sprung, with the Hero offering fairing marginally better if you are willing to ride over bumps slowly. Coming to the handling, commuters like this isn't mean to go fast around bends and the focus is more on agility to cut through traffic swiftly. Apart from it you can also keep an eye on Honda Livo and TVS Victor. The Hero motor is one of the most refined but it does sound a bit gruff at higher rpm. The Honda motor needs to be revved hard to extract power and the lack of torque is evident while climbing bridges. That said, the motorcycles is comfortable doing 60-70kmph on open roads, after which it begin to feel strained.

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