Before Hero MotoCorp releases the XPulse 200T in the following weeks, here is a thorough look at the motorbike that has already been put up for sale in El Salvador. Hero MotoCorp previously previewed the new model. While these images offer us a good notion of the design, the India-spec variant would have different technological specs.
The revised design of the new model is the most noticeable modification. This video provides a closer look at the new model, however, a leaked photograph already offered us a glance. To begin with, the new bike's headlamp has been moved and is now supplemented by a tiny flyscreen. As a result, the bike's fascia is now proportional. The redesigned grab rail, belly pan, fork gators, and color choices only serve to increase its attractiveness.
Now that the motorcycle being sold in El Salvador has a 2-valve engine with a carburetor, the motorcycle being sold in India is probably going to have the identical 4-valve engine from the XPulse 200. By doing this, the bike's performance will be increased from its current 19.1PS and 17.35Nm to 19.1PS and 17.35Nm, matching that of its ADV sister.
The suspension system, which consists of a telescopic fork and a mono-shock, as well as the braking system, won't alter. While this bike has Pirelli Angel tires in El Salvador, the Indian model will continue to use MRF Nylogrip Zapper for the front and Revz for the back.
Later this month, the Hero XPulse 200T should be available for purchase and should cost between Rs 6,000 and Rs 7,000 more than the current Rs 1,24,396. (ex-showroom Delhi). It should thus continue to be the most economical option in the sector even with the price increase.