Hero Xpulse 200

Ex Showroom ₹97 000
From Rs 97,000 Onwards, Delhi
Body Off-Road
Mileage 38-43 kmpl
Fuel type Petrol
Engine 199.6
Transmission 5-Speed
Fueling System Carburetor, Fuel Injection
Drive Chain Drive
Exterior Color Matte Green, Matte Grey, Panther Black, Red, White

Hero Xpulse 200 Variants

Fuel Injection

Price: Rs 1.07 Lakh  Specs: 199.6 cc, Single Channel ABS, Fuel Injection Fuel System

Carburetor

Price: Rs 97,000  Specs: 199.6 cc, Single Channel ABS, Carburetor Fuel System

Hero Xpulse 200

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Hero Xpulse 200 design resembles a blessing from heaven for those Impulse fanboys out there. Although, the design is not that aggressive and sturdy as it used to be on the Impulse. Body line begins with simple retro-classic components like a round LED headlamp, a raised front bill, a sump guard, high-mounted exhaust, knobby tyres, long-travel suspension, wide handlebar with knuckle protectors and the metal bash plate combined together to form an excellent adventure off-roader that reflects its nature just by giving a single glance at it.

The engine which runs the Hero Xpulse 200 is precisely the same which runs the Xtreme 200, available in 2 variants, fuel injection (Fi) and carburettor (Carb). Even the engine packs the same amount of power and torque figures, 18.4hp at 8000 rpm and 17.1Nm of torque at 6500 rpm which you see on the Xtreme 200. The Biggest disappointment about this engine is that it vibrates a lot at higher revs.

Before bouncing on the handling part, you all need to recollect that Hero Xpulse 200 is mainly meant for off-road experiences and excursions. As Hero Xpulse 200 is the only proper off-roader in the segment, it unquestionably has its very own diverse kind of riding taste for off-road junkies. The bike can conquer any sort of harsh terrain very easily with the help of 21-inch front/18-inch rear wheel setup and 220mm of ground clearance on the note. The brand has additionally moved the footpegs higher up to adjust the experience feel on the bike. Although, you might get a little uncomfortable due to the narrow seats, high seat height and stiff suspension setup. But, comfort is something which you have to give up on such bikes. Also, you’ll get to see a new single-channel ABS unit which works exceptionally well on the bike and provides superior braking performance and grip due to those dual-sport tyres.

Additional Features

♣ Single Channel ABS

♣ Bluetooth Smartphone Connectivity

♣ Smartphone Navigation

♣ Phone Charging Socket

Electricals

♣ Digital Speedometer

♣ Digital Tachometer

♣ Digital Odometer

♣ Digital Tripmeter

♣ Digital Console

♣ Single Seat Type

♣ Clock

♣ Digital DC CDI Ignition

♣ 12 V – 4Ah Battery Capacity

Others

♣ LED Tail Light

♣ LED Head Lamp

♣ Knuckle Guards

♣ Off-Road Mudguard Setup

♣ Rider Windscreen

♣ Under Seat Exhaust

Brakes and Tyres

Front Brake: 276 mm Disc With Single Channel ABS


Rear Brake: 220 mm Disc


Front Tyre: 90/90-21


Rear Tyre: 120/80-18


Front Suspension: Telescopic with Double DU Bush (37 mm Dia)


Rear Suspension: 10 Step Rider-adjustable Monoshock


Engine Specification

Engine: 199.6 cc Air Cooled, Single-Cylinder, 4-Stroke, 2-Valve, OHC


Max Power: 18.4 PS at 8000rpm


Max Torque: 17.1 Nm at 6500rpm


Cooling System: Air Cooled


Gear Box: 5-Speed


Clutch: Wet Multi-Plate


No. of Cylinders: 1


Valves (per cylinder): 4


Drive Type: Chain Drive


Fuel System: Carburetor, Fuel Injection


Bore: 66.5 mm


Weight and Dimensions

Length: 2223mm


Height: 1257mm


Width: 850mm


Ground Clearance: 220 mm


Seat Height: 823 mm


Kerb Weight: 154 kg Kg


Wheelbase: 1412 mm


Hero Xpulse 200 sets a new benchmark in its segment, by presenting such a value for money machine if all you’re concerned about is what’s on offer. In spite of the fact, that the engine is refined, there are a couple of downvotes to the bike considering the performance, which is very low as compared to its other 200cc market rivals like the Bajaj Pulsar NS 200 and TVS Apache RTR 200 4V. Hero Xpulse 200 also offers first in segment fully digital instrument cluster with turn-by-turn Bluetooth navigation system.

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