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Hero MotoCorp Unveils Exciting Lineup at Hero World Event


In a spectacular showcase of innovation and style, Hero MotoCorp, the renowned Indian brand, has recently rolled out two new motorcycles, along with a special limited edition version of the iconic Karizma. The Hero World event, graced by the presence of Chairman Dr. Pawan Munjal, Hero MotoCorp, also featured an impressive display of electric vehicle fleets, signaling the brand’s commitment to embracing sustainable mobility.

Leading the charge is the Hero Maverick 440, a bike that resembles to the Harley Davidson X440 platform. Drawing inspiration from the iconic American brand, the Maverick boasts a strikingly similar style. Powered by a 440cc oil-cooled engine, reminiscent of H-D, this motorcycle differentiates itself with a telescopic fork in the front, setting it apart from the H-D X440. Going head-to-head with formidable competitors like the Triumph 400X and Bajaj Dominar 400, the Maverick is poised to make waves in the market.

In a strategic move into the premium 125cc segment, Hero introduced the Xtreme 125R. Priced at Rs 95,900 ex-showroom for the base variant, the Xtreme 125R promises a thrilling ride with its 125cc engine, optional ABS, all-LED lighting, and 37mm telescopic forks from Showa. Targeting the dominance of the TVS Raider 125, Hero aims to carve its niche in this competitive segment.

Adding a touch of exclusivity, Hero revealed the Commemorative Edition of the Karizma XMR, limited to only 100 units. Scheduled for delivery starting July 2024, this special edition pays tribute to the 100th birth anniversary of Hero’s founder, Brijmohan Lall Munjal. Boasting carbon fiber panels, Ohlins suspensions, and an Akrapovic exhaust, the Karizma XMR CE is a collector’s dream.

Not to be outdone, Hero’s subsidiaries showcased their prowess. Vida presented the Sway, a trike still in its conceptual phase, featuring a tadpole configuration. In the commercial vehicle department, Hero unveiled the Surge S32 convertible vehicle—a three-wheeler that can transform into a two-wheeler EV in just a few minutes, offering versatility for various transportation needs.

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