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Your weekly dose of bike updates: Hero Xtreme 200S BS6 launch, Yamaha price hike and more!

15 November 2020, 08:21 AM Anuj Mishra
Your weekly dose of bike updates: Hero Xtreme 200S BS6 launch, Yamaha price hike and more!

Unlike other action-packed days, the last week witnessed only one new launch of the Hero Xtreme 200S BS6. However, we still tried to pump up some excitement with stories such as spec comparison between the new Royal Enfield Meteor 350 and the Honda H’ness CB 350. So with no further ado, let’s check out the five most noteworthy stories which went up on BikeWale last week.

Hero Xtreme 200S Right Front Three Quarter

Hero Xtreme 200S BS6 launch

Hero launched the BS6-compliant version of its fully-faired offering, the Xtreme 200S. The changes in its engine for cleaner emissions have resulted in a slight drop in power and torque output which now stand at 17.8bhp and 16.4Nm. What’s further displeasing is that the kerb weight has also gone up by around 14kgs which will affect its real-world performance. To add a bit of freshness, Hero has introduced a new white colour option for the bike. Priced at Rs 1.16 lakh (ex-showroom), it is around Rs 13,000 more expensive now.

Hero Xtreme 200S Right Front Three Quarter

Yamaha Fascino 125, Ray ZR 125 prices hike

Yamaha increased the prices of the scooters in its line-up including the Fascino 125 and the Ray ZR 125. Fortunately, the hike isn’t substantial as it amounts to Rs 800 only for all the variants of these scooters. Click on the story link for the latest variant-wise prices of the Fascino 125 and the Ray ZR 125. While the former is a women-oriented scooter, the latter is targeted at the youth with a sporty, pit scooter-like design. Both are powered by a common 125cc mill which makes. 8.04bhp and 9.7Nm.

Hero Xtreme 200S Right Front Three Quarter

Royal Enfield Meteor 350 to be exported

After creating much hype with spy shots and teasers, Royal Enfield recently launched the new Meteor 350 in India. Interestingly, the company will not limited the bike’s presence only to the Indian market as it is planning to start exporting it to the European and American markets soon. The specifications of the bike are likely to remain the same as the Indian model and the official launch in these continents could take place by early 2021. 

Hero Xtreme 200S collage

Royal Enfield Meteor 350 vs Honda H’ness CB 350

The mid-size modern-classic segment has been buzzing with excitement lately due to the introduction of new products. The latest and most interesting entrants in this genre are the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 and the Honda H’ness CB 350. Now, in case you’re confused between the two, we have done a detailed spec comparison of the bikes to gauge which one’s better on paper in terms of pricing, availability, features, engine and cycle parts.

Hero Xtreme 200S Right Side View

Triumph launches used bike vertical

In case you are planning to get home a used high-end motorcycle belonging to a brand as premium as Triumph, the company has made the process easier for you by launching the new ‘Triumph Approved’ program. This new vertical is dedicated to offering reliable and thoroughly checked used Triumph motorcycles to its customers. Interestingly, the company will cover these bikes with an unlimited kilometres warranty for one year from the date of purchase. 

Hero Xtreme 200S

Hero Xtreme 200S

  • Displacement199.6 cc
  • Mileage - Owner Reported40 kmpl
  • Max Power(bhp)17.8 bhp
  • Kerb Weight154.5 kg
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Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 1,26,637

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