5 Upcoming Hero Bikes in India in 2021

Hero MotoCorp has been a reliable name in the two-wheeler manufacturing sector in India for more than 37 years. The brand has become synonymous with providing value-for-money offerings in every two-wheeler segment. The durability of their engines makes Hero two-wheelers a long-term value proposition for those who opt for a two-wheeler loan as well.

As sales in the two-wheeler segment are picking up pace in India, here is what the Indian two-wheeler manufacturer has in store for 2021.

Hero Xtreme 160S

5 upcoming Hero bikes to watch out for in India

Hero MotoCorp is expected to launch several bikes in the years 2021-22 across all their segments. Here are five of the most popular ones.

1. Hero Leap Hybrid SES

The Hero Leap Hybrid SES is set to become one of the first hybrid scooters to launch by an Indian manufacturer. Expected around December 2021, the lithium-ion-powered scooter can deliver about 60 Nm of torque. The 124cc engine has a 3-litre fuel tank that can divert the electricity generated by the petrol engine towards the battery. The futuristic front design and fuel-efficient nature of the engine have seen two-wheeler enthusiasts awaiting its arrival. The ex-showroom price of the Hero Leap Hybrid SES is expected to be around the ₹1,00,000 mark.

2. Hero XF3R

Hero MotoCorp is expected to extend its naked street fighter range with the Hero XF3R. The design language could be sharper and more aggressive than the existing Xtreme range. The 300cc engine will likely get liquid cooling and fuel injection. There is no information available so far on the power and torque figures. However, you may have to opt for a good bike loan if you look at this model since the price is expected to be around ₹1,80,000. The Hero XF3R could be coming to the Indian market by October or November 2021.

3. Hero Maestro Electric

Hero MotoCorp’s range of electric two-wheelers with fixed and swappable batteries could soon be hitting the Indian two-wheeler market. The Hero Maestro Electric could be leading the way for the company in this segment. The scooter announced that Hero’s partnership with Taiwan-based Gogoro could come to market in the first quarter of 2022. Not much is known about Maestro Electric so far, but more details are sure to be announced closer to the launch date. One can expect the price to be around ₹1,00,000, making it budget-friendly for those needing a two-wheeler loan.

4. Hero Xtreme 160S

For the commuter-friendly segment, Hero MotoCorp will be coming up with the 163cc Hero Xtreme 160S. The Xtreme 160S will fit perfectly between the powerful 200cc and every day 125cc segment. The motorcycle can deliver 14Nm of maximum torque and 15.3 PS of maximum power. This can be a good proposition for those looking for additional power without taking up a big bike loan. Keeping the segment in mind, the Hero Xtreme 160S could retail just above the ₹1,00,000 mark.

5. Hero 450 ADV

Following the heels of the off-roading Xpulse 200, Hero MotoCorp is expected to develop its higher cc adventure motorcycle in the coming year. The motorcycle is expected to run a sub 500cc engine and could draw heavily from the company’s recent experience at the Dakar rally. Those looking for a budget ADV will await this launch as the price could be significantly lower than the current ADVs in the market. As two-wheeler loan interest rates become more attractive, customers looking for some extra thrill may keep a close eye on this release.

Make the Right Choice

Hero MotoCorp’s reliable and budget-friendly offerings have always had a significant place in India’s two-wheeler market. With their upcoming offerings, they are poised to increase their market presence even further. Make sure to check your loan eligibility and use a reliable two-wheeler loan EMI calculator beforehand so that you are ready when the motorcycle of your choice is launched.

Since Hero MotoCorp is all set to launch the models that have been stuck due to the pandemic, the coming year could be the ideal time to purchase the two-wheeler of your dreams.

Helen K. Black

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