I'm a true lover of adv and adventure tourer bikes all time.One of my friends brought a xpulse 2v last year, I took some rides on it and I really got impressed with the way it looks, its refinement, ergonomics etc...But I was a little upset with its 2v engine because its performance was not that much great when compared with other 200cc engines. Then hero introduced xpulse 200 4v, I took a test drive on it too....Surprisingly the 4v engine was a lot more fun to drive, still, its engine can't compare with other 200cc but it gives absolute fun to drive like experience for us, it's a great offroader machine ( jr triumph tiger ).Xpulse 200 4v is the most affordable in the market and segment too. With a pocket-friendly servicing and maintenance cost + better fuel consumption (40+kmpl)Sometimes I think that may xpulse 4v could be a 250cc or higher (mainly when cruising on highways)And the headlight.... Hero claims that there is a 21percentage better illumination on the new 4v, unfortunately, the headlight still needs a lot of improvement and could give led turn indicators too.Take test drives before whatever motorcycle you are buying.
Tips for Hero Xpulse 200 4V
Change engine oil every 6000kms and check n top-up between every 3000kms.
Use chain lube or synthetic oil on drive chain for a better chain life.