Hero Super Splendor Xtec has been launched in India for a starting price of Rs. 83,368 (ex-showroom) and it gets a host of updates
Hero MotoCorp has introduced the Super Splendor Xtec in the domestic market and it has already started reaching showrooms across the country. It comes with a slew of updates over the regular Super Splendor and here we have covered you with all the necessary details in our top 5 list:
1. Hero Super Splendor Xtec Price & Colours:
The Hero Super Splendor Xtec is priced at Rs. 83,368 (ex-showroom) for the base drum variant and in comparison to the regular model, it is around Rs. 4,500 dearer. The front disc variant is priced at Rs. 87,268 (ex-showroom). It takes on Honda Shine and TVS’ Raider and is available in two paint schemes namely Candy Blazing Red and Matt Axis Grey.
2. Hero Super Splendor Xtec Design:
The overall silhouette of the Super Splendor Xtec remains similar to the standard model but the inclusion of a new LED headlamp gives a refreshed look and between the headlamp, an LED Daytime Running Light is also present. Other highlights are halogen turn signals, a single-piece seat and grab rail, revised body graphics and so on.
3. Hero Super Splendor Xtec Features:
The equipment list of the new Super Splendor Xtec gains an all-digital instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity enabling SMS and call alerts. The console shows information like fuel level, mileage, trip, speed, rpm, etc. The largest two-wheeler manufacturer in the world has also included USB charging facility as standard.
4. Hero Super Splendor Xtec Engine:
As for the performance, the familiar 124.7 cc single-cylinder air-cooled fuel-injected engine is utilised and it has been updated to meet OBD 2 emission regulations. The powertrain is good enough to develop a maximum power output of 10.7 bhp and 10.6 Nm of peak torque and is paired with a five-speed transmission.
5. Hero Super Splendor Xtec Other Specs:
The 2023 Hero Super Splendor Xtec sits on a diamond frame and is suspended on telescopic forks at the front and twin shock absorbers at the rear. The commuter motorcycle comes with 18-inch front and rear tyres and the braking duties are done by a front disc brake and a rear drum with CBS.