BREAKING: The Hero Glamour Just Got A New Tech-savvy Variant

The Glamour Xtec is one of the most feature-packed bikes in the segment

Almost a month back, the Hero Glamour Xtec’s brochure was leaked online, revealing some crucial details. Putting all speculations to rest, Hero MotorCorp has officially launched the bike in India, making it one of the most feature-packed bikes in its segment.

What’s The Price? Who Are Its Rivals?

The Hero Glamour Xtec is priced at Rs 78,900 for the drum brake variant and Rs 83,500 for the disc brake variant (ex-showroom Delhi), making it Rs 4,000 and Rs 4,600 dearer than the standard drum and disc, respectively. 

The Glamour Xtec’s arch-rival, the Honda SP 125, undercuts it by Rs 1,800 but fails to offer the same set of features.

How Many Variants Are There?

With the addition of these two variants, the Glamour is now available in a total of eight variants: STD, Blaze Edition, 100 Million Edition, and Xtec -- all available in drum and disc.


What’s New?

The new Glamour Xtec is certainly a step up from the standard model, thanks to its extensive new features. The most crucial of these is the new fully digital instrument cluster (drawn from the xPulse 200).  

It comes with turn-by-turn navigation, call and SMS notifications, and Bluetooth connectivity -- a first for the 125cc segment. Along with this, you also get an LED headlamp, a real-time mileage indicator, and an integrated USB charging port. 

Subtle changes such as 3D branding, rim tapes, and blue accents on the new matte paint scheme further elevate the Xtec’s looks.

What’s Unchanged?

The Glamour Xtec continues to employ the same BS6 124cc, single-cylinder FI motor putting out 10.8PS and 10.6Nm, mated to a 5-speed gearbox. 

The bike also carries forward Hero’s patented i3S (idle start-stop system) aimed at saving fuel and AutoSail technology for effortless clutch action.

All the underpinnings have also remained unchanged.


We think the Glamour Xtec will go head-to-head against the Honda SP 125, which has an edge over the standard Glamour. The new variant with its features, such as the segment-first turn-by-turn navigation, and a competitive price should surely give it a better fighting chance against the SP 125.  

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