Hero Karizma XMR 210 : Hero MotoCorp will launch the XMR 210 in India on September 29, aiming to expand its presence in the premium motorcycle category. The bike is expected to have an aggressive design reminiscent of the original Karizma and will be powered by a 210cc engine.
Hero MotoCorp is gearing up to launch the highly anticipated XMR 210 in India on September 29. It marks the revival of the beloved Hero Karizma brand known for its earlier success. In recent weeks, the company teased the design of the motorcycle on its social media, creating excitement among enthusiasts.
Once launched, the Karizma XMR 210 will compete head-to-head with rivals like the Suzuki Gixxer SF 250, Yamaha R15 and Bajaj Pulsar RS 200. With this launch, Hero MotoCorp aims to expand its presence in the thriving premium motorcycle category.
The Karizma XMR 210 is estimated to be priced between ₹ 1.90-2.20 lakh (ex-showroom), according to hints left by the brand on its social media.
Moreover, the upcoming Karizma XMR 210 will showcase an aggressive and sporty design. Drawing inspiration from the iconic elements of the original Karizma that garnered widespread attention, the motorcycle’s styling is expected to pay tribute to its predecessor.
Early looks at teaser images and spy shots reveal that the Hero Karizma XMR 210 closely follows the design language of the original model. Its body has sharp lines and creases, complemented by LED lights, LED tail lamps and a split seat that adds a contemporary feel. Apart from a complete LED lighting system, the motorcycle is expected to have a colour LCD screen with Bluetooth connectivity. Enthusiasts can expect Hero Karizma XMR 210 to come in bright colors like bright yellow and red.
The Hero Karizma XMR 210 is powered by an all-new engine. This engine is expected to be a 210cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled powerplant with a peak power of 25bhp and a torque of 20Nm. The tasks of the gearbox are carried out by a six-speed gearbox.
On the hardware front, the upcoming Hero Karizma XMR 210 features telescopic front forks and adjustable monoshocks at the rear. Braking duties are handled by disc brakes on both the front and rear wheels. Enthusiasts can expect the motorcycle to have dual-channel ABS as standard.