Updated 2023 Hero Glamour 125 Spied, India Launch Soon


2023 Hero Glamour 125 is expected to be launched in the coming weeks in India and it will more likely be equipped with a 124.7 cc engine

Hero MotoCorp has been on a launch spree lately and it appears to be planning to add another commuter motorcycle into its domestic portfolio as the updated Glamour 125 has been caught testing for the first time. Spotted undisguised in its production avatar, we can expect the new motorcycle to have its prices announced in the coming weeks.

The Hero Glamour range used to be available in a total of six variants with prices between Rs. 83,000 and Rs. 87,000 (ex-showroom). Expect a minor price hike in the upcoming model and the spy images indicate that the overall design will remain almost similar to the old version. The main update will apparently be the 124.7 cc engine meeting BSVI stage 2 emission standards.

As for the design, it gets a single piece black finished seat, a single-piece grab rail, a good looking fuel tank with extensions to add a bit of sportiness, black finished alloy wheels at the front and rear, commuter styled headlamp, halogen turn indicators, a digital instrument console, side-mounted black finished exhaust system with a heat shield, etc.


Other highlights are rubberised footpegs, a neatly finished headlamp cowl with Hero branding in the middle, and Glamour wording on the sides of the fuel tank. As for braking, it will be equipped with a front disc brake and a drum brake at the rear, assisted by CBS (Combined Braking System). The suspension duties will be handled by telescopic front forks and dual shock absorbers at the back with the springs painted in red colour.

As for the performance, the 124.7 cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine will likely produce the same power and torque outputs. It is good enough to kick out 10.72 bhp at 7,500 rpm and 10.6 Nm of peak torque delivered at 6,000 rpm. The powertrain is paired with a five-speed transmission.


The dealer dispatches of the 2023 Hero Glamour 125 are expected to commence soon and the largest two-wheeler producer in the world may look to tap into the positive buying sentiments that generally exist amongst customers during the festive season.