About Destini 125
The Destini 125 marks Hero's entry into the premium 125cc scooter segment.
It borrows styling cues from its younger sibling, the Duet 110 with its masculine bodywork along with sharp lines throughout. The Destini 125 marks Hero's entry into the premium 125cc scooter segment.
It borrows styling cues from its younger sibling, the Duet 110 with its masculine bodywork along with sharp lines throughout.
Hero is offering the scooter in two variants; LX and VX. While the LX rides on steel rims, the VX gets 5-spoke alloy wheels. Furthermore, it also gets chrome garnishes on the front and side panels which the LX variant substitues with silver finished components. Additionally, the VX is also equipped with a USB charging port, boot light and dual-tone seat as standard.
The Destini 125 gets a handlebar mounted headlamp and turn indicators positioned on its front apron; both with conventional lighting. Both variants also get an external fuel filler cap and the i3S system which helps in conserving fuel. It gets an analogue speedometer with a small digital unit that displays trip meter, odometer, and fuel level as standard.
The Destini 125 is powered by a 124cc engine that puts out 8.7bhp and 10.2Nm of torque. This unit is mated to a CVT gearbox. Braking is handled by drum brakes on both ends with a combined braking system (CBS) as standard. Meanwhile, suspension duties are taken care of by telescopic front forks and a linked monoshock at the rear.
Hero is offering the Destini 125 in three colour schemes- white, red and black with an additional maroon colour for the VX variant. The scooter faces direct competition from the Suzuki Access 125 and Activa 125 in the country. Read more