Karizma ZMR 2014 has received loads of cosmetic changes including redesigned front fairing with dual head lamps and integrated blinkers, clip-on handle bar, dual split seat, LED tail lights and wider rear tyre. The new 2014 Karizma ZMR also produces tweaked power and torque figures.
Karizma R received much awaited up gradation after very long time, Hero utilized its partnership with EBR to develop new Karizma R 2014. The front design seems to be inspired by the EBR design philosophy but the rear end doesn't support the front fascia and overall the new design doesn't receive much appreciation from the mass, but the increase in...
The 2014 Hero Xtreme has received multiple cosmetic changes making the bike more appealing to the youngsters with few more changes like the all new instrument console, under seat mobile charging point and wider rear tyre.
The "Hunk" is a stylishly muscular 150cc bike from Hero Moto Corp. The bike is having analog as well as the digital console. The tail light is LED this time and Hero Moto Corp has given the option of rear wheel disc brake.
The Hero Xtreme is the reminiscent of famous "CBZ". Hero Moto Corp has voided the term - CBZ from its portfolio, and now only Xtreme is left, for any CBZ lover it is suffice to dissociate him self from Hero Xtreme just because of this reason.
Karizma ZMR is a full ferried fuel injected version from Karizma series. A much awaited product not very long time ago, but a heart breaker for many as Karizma ZMR came with more over cosmetic changes only. Sheer 0.6 Bhp increase in power output as compare to its relatively older version is a big disappointment.
Karizma R is an icon itself, launched in year 2003 it is still competing with many new age brands like pulsar 220, pulsar ns 200 etc. successfully. The only difference between the "Karizma" launched in 2003 and Karizma R is the aerodynamic under cowl.
The age old carburetors are slowly getting replaced by the newer Fuel Injection system. But then again, the battle between the two continues as to which one is the best. By logical reasoning, FI being a newer tech should be better, but there are advantages and disadvantages of all.
Ever since the brand came into existence, I was a big fan. I would visit the nearby showroom at my native in Jharkhand and stalk the bike like a mad person. I wanted one. I asked dad if he would buy one. He rides a Splendor, enough said!
The engine Break-in or running-in period is very important and tedious process but if the engine is not run in properly, then you might face certain issues like a thrashy and rough feel, less mileage and lots of vibrations in the mid-end of the RPM range.
The Xtreme Sports from the house of Hero MotoCorp is perhaps the only 150cc bike that we have not been tested yet to pitch it against the other motorcycles from the same category offered by competitors. Motorcycles like Suzuki Gixxer, Yamaha FZ V2.0 and Honda Unicorn 160 are blazing like guns, making the segment more competitive and lucrative for the end user.