Hero MotoCorp has launched the new Hero Xpulse 200T 4V in India at Rs 1,25,726 lakh. With the launch of the Xpulse 200T 4V facelift, Hero may be discontinuing the 2V variant. The new Xpulse can now be purchased across Hero MotoCorp dealerships nationwide. The 4V Xpulse costs Rs 1,100 more than the 2V variant.
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Hero Xpulse 200T 4V: Everything you need to know
When it comes to design, the Hero Xpulse 200T is quite different from its 2V counterpart. It gets a body-coloured visor upfront, a fork gaiter, a coloured cylinder head, and low-positioned LED headlights. The motorcycle has been made available in three new paint schemes – Sports Red, Matt Funk Lime Yellow, and Matt Shield Gold. When it comes to instrumentation, the new Hero Xpulse gets an LCD digital cluster with Bluetooth connectivity. It also gets a USB charger, gear indicator, and side stand engine cut-off feature.
The Hero Xpulse 200T 4V is powered by the same engine as the Xpulse 200. This 199.6cc engine produces a peak power output of 19.1hp at 8,500rpm and 17.3Nm of peak torque at 6,500rpm. The new Xpulse offers 6% added power and 5% more torque than the 2V variant. Suspension duties are handled by 37mm front forks & 7-step adjustable mono-shock suspension. Braking duties are handled by 276mm front and 220mm rear petal disc brakes.
Ranjivjit Singh, Chief Growth Officer (CGO), Hero MotoCorp said, “XPulse has built a robust position among motorcycling enthusiasts in India, and we are certain that this trend will be further strengthened with the launch of the new Hero XPulse 200T 4V. Offering a distinctive experience to riders, the Hero XPulse 200T 4V truly comes in an all-new avatar, with its bold, youthful, and retro design elements. An embodiment of endless highways, and the dream of freedom, the new motorcycle is engineered to deliver an unmatched touring experience with utmost comfort and performance.”
Hero also expects the new Xpulse 200T 4V to grow the XCLAN community. An XCLAN membership offers exclusive benefits and customer support to Xpulse riders. While the Xpulse 200T 4V has no true rivals, it will compete with TVS Apache RTR 160 4V, Honda XBlade 160, and Yamaha MT15.