Hero MotoCorp has introduced three new motorcycles to the Indian market. Launching the XPulse 200, Xtreme 200S and the XPulse 200T, the motorcycle manufacturer has completed its lineup of bikes in the 200 cc segment. The Xtreme 200S has been launched at Rs 98,500 (ex-showroom Delhi), while the XPulse 200 has been introduced at Rs 97,000 (ex-showroom Delhi). The XPulse 200T is being offered for Rs 94,000 (ex-showroom Delhi).
All three motorcycles are powered by a 199.6 cc, single cylinder, air cooled, four stroke engine that produces 18.4 PS of power at 8,000 rpm and 17.1 Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm. The Hero Xtreme 200S is a sibling to the Xtreme 200R that was launched back in 2018. The new Xtreme 200S comes in as a fully faired option with enhanced riding capabilities owed to a different geometry that incorporates a forward biased setup on the bike.
The XPulse 200 and 200T are being offered as adventure and touring bikes respectively. The XPulse 200 is also being offered with a fuel injection setup that has been priced at Rs 1,05,000 (ex-showroom Delhi). All three motorcycles come in with a single channel ABS system and disc brakes on both wheels.
The XPulse gets a diamond type high tensile steel frame and rides on 90/ 90 R21 tyres in the front and 120/ 80 R18 tyres in the rear. The XPulse 200T on the other hand gets 100/80 R17 tyres in the front and 130/ 70 R17 tyres in the rear. The XPulse 200 weighs 153 kgs while the 200T weighs 150 kgs. Both bikes get a 37mm telescopic fork suspension in the front but the XPulse 200 is offered with 190 mm double DU bush system as well. For the rear, the XPulse 200 gets a 10 step adjustable monoshock, while the 200T gets a 7-step adjustable monoshock.
The Hero Xtreme 200S is being offered with a single channel ABS system that gets 276 mm disc in the front and a 220 mm disc in the rear. Hero has incorporated a 37 mm telescopic fork suspension in the front of the bike with a 7-step monoshock in the rear. The bike rides on 100/ 80 R 17 tyres on the front and 130/ 70 R 17s in the rear. The rider seat height has been set at 795 mm and the bike weighs 149 kgs. The XPulse 200 gets the highest ground clearance amongst the lot with 220 mm while the 200T gets a clearance of 178 mm and the Xtreme 200S gets a clearance of 165 mm.
The bikes are being offered with a digital instrument cluster that features a gear indicator, trip meter, service reminder, bluetooth connectivity and turn-by-turn navigation. All three bikes will be available across dealerships in India in May.