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2015 Hero Xtreme Sports: Image gallery

24 Feb 2015 / 0
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The new Hero Xtreme Sports is not merely a facelift but a motorcycle with reworked mechanicals. The 149.2cc engine in the new bike produces 15.4PS and 13.5Nm as against the 14.4PS and 12.8Nm that the engine in the current Xtreme makes. The Hero Xtreme Sport features LED position lights in the headlamp cluster, tubeless tyres, an analogue tachometer and fuel gauge. You can read our review of the motorcycle here.

Hero Xtreme Sports

The rear end is similar to the current Hero Xtreme

 

Hero Xtreme Sports

A lot of the components have simply been lifted off the second-gen CBZ Xtreme, the motorcycle that precedes the current Hero Xtreme

 

Hero Xtreme Sports

The Hero Xtreme is powered by a 149.2cc engine that produces 15.4PS and 13.5Nm (against 14.4PS and 12.8Nm)

 

Hero Xtreme Sports

The bright red colour along with the new graphics make the bike stand out

 

Hero Xtreme Sports

The Hero Xtreme Sports gets tubeless tyres

 

Hero Xtreme Sports

LED pilot lamps on the new Hero Xtreme Sports

 

Hero Xtreme Sports

LED tail lights are similar to the ones in the current generation Hero Xtreme

 

Hero Xtreme Sports

The Hero Xtreme Sports gets an analogue tachometer and fuel gauge while the speedometer is digital. Side stand indicator is placed next to the turn indicator

 

Hero Xtreme Sports

The key slot position is styled like a cruiser motorcycle ignition

 

Hero Xtreme Sports

The Xtreme Sports has neutral handling

Images: Varun Anchan, who spent his birthday on this shoot in Dombivali. Read Lijo Mathai’s review of the motorcycle.



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