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BREAKING: Hero MotoCorp Rides In Its Sportiest Scooter Yet

With the Hero Xoom 110, the Honda Dio finally gets a sporty, feature-packed rival

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Hero MotoCorp has finally taken the wraps off its long-awaited Xoom 110 scooter. It is positioned as a sporty iteration of its sibling, the Maestro Edge 110, and here’s what it packs:

What’s The Price? Who Are Its Rivals?

The Hero Xoom 110 is available in three variants – LX, VX and ZX. The prices for each of these variants are as shown below. Bookings of this scooter will open at all Hero showrooms across the country from February 1.


Price (ex-showroom Delhi)

Xoom LX 

Rs 68,599

Xoom VX

Rs 71,799

Xoom ZX

Rs 76,699

The sporty Hero scooter rivals the likes of the Honda Dio and TVS Jupiter SmartXonnect variant. The former retails at Rs 68,625, whereas the latter costs Rs 69,990 (both ex-showroom Delhi). However, for the Xoom’s price range you can also look at the Ola S1 Air, TVS Raider 125, Bajaj CT 125X and Hero Glamour.

What’s New?

The Hero Xoom 110 gets a completely new design, which clearly conveys its sporty intent, setting it apart from the Maestro Edge 110. The striking fascia is lit up by an edgy looking LED projector headlight with an ‘H-shaped’ LED DRL. That said, the front profile does look inspired by the TVS NTorq 125 and the Hero Vida V1.

Even the rear section design provides a peppy appeal, with its highlight being a large ‘H-shape’ LED tail light. The rest of the bodywork compliments the aggressive aesthetic, which, coupled with the Xoom 110’s five bright colour options, gives out a very youthful look.

This scooter is underpinned by a telescopic fork and single rear shock and rolls on 12-inch alloy wheels at both ends. This alloy wheel design is similar to the units found on the Vida V1, and it comes wrapped with MRF Nylogrip rubber. While the LX and VX variant gets drum brakes at both ends, the ZX variant gets a front disc brake with Bybre caliper. On the safety front, the scooter gets Integrated Braking System, Hero’s lingo for CBS.

In terms of features, the Xoom 110 is loaded with first-in-segment Corner Bend Lamps, which lights up to assist the rider while cornering; fully digital console, smartphone connectivity, real-time mileage indicator, phone battery status and call/SMS alerts. 

The underseat storage of the Xoom 110 gets an LED light, while an open glove box on the apron gets a USB charging port. That said, the scooter does not get an external fuel-filler cap.

What’s Unchanged?

The Hero Xoom 110 is powered by the same 110.9cc engine as the Maestro Edge that makes 8.15PS and 8.7Nm. It also gets Hero’s i3S technology, which is the brand’s idle start stop system, meant to aid fuel efficiency by switching off the engine while idling in traffic-riddled roads.


Hero clearly has the Honda Dio in its crosshairs with the Xoom 110. The scooter does pack a lot of punch, especially with its price. It offers a lot of features, some of which are not seen in the 110cc scooter segment.  That said, it misses out on turn-by-turn navigation and an external fuel filler cap, which would have made this a more compelling package. How it feels to ride is something we will answer in our first ride review dropping soon. So stay tuned to this space for more.

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