Hero Xoom 110 Combat Edition VS Xoom 110 ZX: Differences Explained

  • Jun 5, 2024
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Here’s what makes the new variant different from the previously top ZX variant of the scooter

Differences Explained Xoom 110 Combat Edition VS ZX Variant

Hero MotorCorp has launched a new version of the Hero Xoom 110, called the Hero Xoom 110 Combat Edition. The new variant comes at a price of Rs Rs 80,967, a small premium of Rs 1,000 over the Xoom 110 ZX variant’s price of Rs 79,967. All prices ex-showroom Delhi.

With the launch of the Combat Edition, now the Xoom 110 comes in 4 variants. Here’s what is different about this new variant.

The first thing that catches the eye is the Combat edition’s unique colour scheme, called Matt Shadow Grey. The colour scheme brings a grey colour on the body in a matte finish, and features neon yellow and dark grey graphics. 

The new colour overall, gives the scooter a premium look as well and is the only one featuring a matte finish. Hero claims that this colour scheme draws inspiration from the paint schemes that are common on fighter jets, which usually is a shade of light grey.

Hero Xoom 110 Colours

The ZX variant on the other hand comes in 4 colours: Pole Star Blue, Sport Red, Black and Matt Abrax Orange. All 4 come in a Glossy finish. 

Other than the new colour scheme, there isn’t much difference between the Combat Edition and the ZX variant. Both come with the same digital instrument console which display readouts like speed, fuel level, time, trip meter and odometer readouts along with providing features such as smartphone connectivity, call/SMS alerts and phone battery monitoring.

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Additionally the Combat Edition also gets the ‘Corner Bending Lights’, which lights up depending on the lean angle. Which means if you tip the scooter to the right while cornering, the right side light turns on. This is quite an interesting addition and it makes the Xoom 110 the only scooter in India with this feature. 

Lastly, the Combat Edition also gets Hero’s i3S technology which helps enhance the scooter’s mileage by turning the engine off when idle. The rider can restart the engine by applying the brakes and engaging the accelerator. 

In terms of performance and underpinnings, the Combat Edition and the ZX variant are the same. Both are powered by a 110.9cc air-cooled, single-cylinder engine which produces 8.05PS and 8.70Nm.

The two variants feature the same suspension setup that comprises a telescopic fork and single rear shock absorber. Both roll on 12-inch wheels with 90-section front and 100-section rear tyres. Braking duties are handled by a 190mm disc at the front and a 130mm drum at the rear. 

The Xoom 110 primarily competes with the Honda Dio, which is the only other sporty 110cc scooter in the market. Other alternatives in the 110cc segment include family-oriented scooters such as the Honda Activa 6G and the TVS Jupiter 110.

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