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Stunning PICS of Hero XPulse 200, Hero XPulse 200T, Hero Xtreme 200S - Features explained

May 02, 2019, 17:16 PM IST
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Hero MotoCorp, which is India's largest two-wheeler maker, launched three new premium bikes-200-cc X Pulse 200T, X Pulse 200 and Xtreme 200S at Buddh International Circuit, Greater Noida, on Wednesday. According to the vehicle maker, it will soon start bookings for the premium bike range with retail sales expected to start in a few weeks.

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Last year, Herp MotoCorp launched Xtreme 200R during the festive season, and with the three new bikes, it now has four models in the X range. The three bikes were launched by Dr Markus Braunsperger, Chief Technology Officer, Sanjay Bhan – Head - Sales & After Sales and Malo Le Masson, Head - Global Product Planning. Image source: official website 

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Priced between Rs 94,000 and Rs 1.05 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), the 200-cc X Pulse 200T is priced at Rs 94,000, adventure bike X Pulse 200 at Rs 97,000 and Rs 1.05 lakh (with fuel injection), while the Xtreme 200S is priced at Rs 98,500 (all prices ex-showroom Delhi). Image source: official website 

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The XPulse 200 comes with two variants of 200cc engine - CV Carburetor and Fuel Injection - delivering 18.4 PS Power and 17.1 Nm Torque.  "XPulse 200 is India’s first 200cc adventure motorcycle while XPulse 200T is India’s only 200cc modern tourer," according to a company statement. Image source: official website 

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The XPulse 200T is powered by a 200cc CV Carburetor Engine that delivers 18.4 PS Power and 17.1 Nm Torque. Image source: official website 

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The Xtreme 200S is powered by a 200cc air-cooled engine that delivers 18.4 PS Power and 17.1 Nm Torque. Image source: official website 

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The company stated that it will soon commence bookings for the premium bike range with retail sales expected to start in a few weeks. With the three new bikes, Hero MotoCorp now has four models in the X range. Last year, it launched Xtreme 200R during the festive season. Image source: official website 

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"We plan to gradually ramp up our presence in the premium segment. It is more of a long-term plan either to be number one or close to number one in the next three to four years as it cannot be done overnight," said Sanjay Bhan, head of sales and after sales, Hero MotoCorp, while talking to reporters. Image source: official website 

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Sanjay Bhan further stated that the company plans to bring in models with bigger engines going ahead to become a leading player in the premium segment, adding "The company will keep investing to build the brand and will look at introducing models for the segment (up to 400-450 cc)." Image source: official website 

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Notably, the premium motorcycle segment of over 150 cc engine capacity is pegged at around 3 million units per annum, and Hero MotoCorp is the leading player in the entry-level and commuter segments of below 150 cc. Image source: official website 

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