The Indian two-wheeler sales chart for the previous financial year is out on the internet. Just like every year, the Hero HF Deluxe had its position cemented in third place on the grid. It’s the motorcycle’s ruggedness and frugality that make it a no-brainer for those wanting a bare-bone everyday commuter. If you’re one such prospective buyer of the HF Deluxe and want to know all about its variants, here you go.
The HF Deluxe is retailed in four different variants and the most affordable one gets a kick-start and loses out on a self-starter. It is priced at Rs 56,070. A notch higher is the one with a self-starter system which demands a significant premium over the vanilla trim and costs Rs 63,020. The most expensive of them all is the i3S edition which is essentially the model with an auto start-stop system that aids in saving fuel. Hero has pegged it at Rs 64,520 (all prices are ex-showroom, Delhi).
All the variants of the Hero HF Deluxe are powered by a 97.2cc, air-cooled engine that churns out 7.91bhp of power and 8.05Nm of torque. This mill is known for its high fuel efficiency and our data states that owners have recorded mileage of around 65kmpl. With a low seat height of 805mm and a kerb weight of 109kg, it’s easily accessible for riders of all sizes. As for the ownership, Hero offers a 70,000kms/five-year warranty on the motorcycle.