BREAKING: This Is The Most Affordable Bike From Hero MotoCorp’s Stable

The brand has silently launched a base variant of HF Deluxe

Last month Hero MotoCorp had announced that it will be revising the prices of all its products from April, owing to increasing commodity costs. The Indian marque’s commuters have seen a massive surge since the new prices came into effect. In fact, the company’s most affordable offering, the HF Deluxe, now starts from Rs 50,700 and goes all the way to Rs 61,925. To combat this and keep the pricing at par with the competition, Hero MotoCorp has silently launched the HF 100.

What Is The Price? Who Are Its Rivals?

The HF 100 is priced at Rs 49,400 (ex-showroom Delhi), Rs 1,300 less than the base variant of the HF Deluxe. This not only makes the HF 100 the most affordable bike in Hero’s lineup, but also helps the bikemaker price it competitively against its rivals. The bike takes on the likes of the Bajaj CT 100 (Rs 49,152) and Bajaj Platina 100 KS (Rs 49,261).

What's New?

Just as the name suggests, the bike doesn’t get any ‘deluxe’ features. The bike comes with a simpler metal grab rail, in place of the fancier unit from the HF Deluxe. Even the chrome bits such as the exhaust heat shield and crash guards have been replaced with blacked-out bits. Hero MotoCorp has also opted for a more basic rear suspension setup with the HF 100.

What's Unchanged?

The Hero HF 100 continues to use the same 97.2cc single-cylinder fuel-injected engine producing 8.36PS at 8000rpm and 8.05Nm at 5000rpm from the HF 100 Deluxe.


Launching a motorcycle under the Rs 50,000 mark is a smart move, considering the prices of bikes across the segment have gone up. In spite of being the most affordable bike from the brand, Hero has managed to retain features, such as the i3s, for more mileage.

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