Hero Karizma is finally down to selling Zero units per month. Imagine being a motorcycle giant with thousands of showrooms across the country and yet you weren’t able to sell your flagship motorcycle. Not even a single person in a country of 1.3 billion people want to buy Hero Karizma, a motorcycle which was once regarded as the king of the entry-level sports bike. How did this happen? What series of decision actually led to the downfall of such a hugely popular bike? Well, today we are going to figure out exactly that.
Hero Motorcorp recently launched their first latest scooter, the Hero Destini 125. It lies in the 125cc segment which is also populated with a number of amazing options. TVS Ntorq is currently dominating sales across the 125cc segment. So today we are going to compare both scooters to check if the new proposition from Hero can make a dent in the performance scooter market.
During the reveal of Hero X-Pulse 200, a Hero MotoCorp executive pointed out that the main problem for people going to Ladakh is their ill-equipped bike. People just use normal road bikes to cross dangerous trails and there is a better way to do, he said, while revealing the XPulse 200. Let’s take a look at some of the features which make the Hero’s new adventure bike stand out from the rest.
Hero Karizma remains just a powerful Splendor, because it serves no other purpose than taking you from point A to Point B. Let’s talk about why once a beloved motorcycle is left as a shadow of its former self.
It was way back in 2008 when the Glamour was first launched under the "Hero Honda" branding. Few years down the line, the all new 2017 Hero Glamour 125 was showcased and launched in Argentina on January 13th 2017, making it the very first model from Hero Motocorp to have an International launch. Let's discuss about the new indigenous bike from Hero on various aspects.
The Indian manufacturer is now focusing on replacing the Honda technology with their own indigenously developed engines. Following the ongoing foray Hero Motocorp has recently introduced the updated Achiever 150, let's see what all the bike has got to offer as a premium commuter.
We’ve test ridden the promising new iSmart 110 and found it quite impressive, since Hero has not discontinued the older iSmart it will be very interesting to find out how these two bikes fare against each other. Here we bring you a shootout between the old Splendor iSmart and the newly launched Hero Splendor iSmart 110.
In the slew of indigenously manufactured products Hero has recently launched Splendor iSmart 110 equipped with their brand new 110cc engine, which is featured with the patented i3S technology. Let’s find out how the new entrant from the house of Hero MotoCorp turns out when we test the new machine in different riding conditions.
Hero MotoCorp has developed their first indigenously built 110cc motorcycle engine and they have come up with an updated Splendor iSmart 110. The new iSmart is based on the popular Splendor platform and carries the same i3S (Idle Start Stop System) technology. However, Hero has updated the older version of Splendor iSmart not only with the brand new engine but also with other added features; let’s have an overview of the newly launched iSmart 110.