Hero Xpulse 200 2V removed from the official website. Xpulse 421 coming soon?

Hero Motocorp has removed the Xpulse 200 2V from its official website. This suggests that the manufacturer has to discontinue the model in the Indian market. So now the Xpulse 200 will only be sold with its 4V avatar. When 4V comes out, expect Hero to discontinue the Xpulse 200 2V, since the 4V version is an improved version of the 2V. Hero Motocorp is also working on a more powerful version of the Xpulse, which is expected to be launched in the Indian market next year.

go through:
HT car station

Updated on:
December 15, 2022 at 9:14 am

The Hero XPulse 200 4V has updated features that make the adventure motorcycle even more attractive.

The price of the Xpulse 200 2V is ¥127,000 (ex-showroom).Current Xpulse 200 4V cost ¥137,000 (ex-showroom) so it is ¥10,000 more expensive than Xpulse 200 2V. The Xpulse has become the motorcycle of choice for those looking for off-road and off-road riding. This is because of its reliability and low maintenance costs. Plus, even if you break something off-road, replacement parts are easy to come by thanks to Hero Motocorp’s extensive service network.

Also read: First Hero-Harley co-developed motorcycle to launch in India by 2024

The Xpulse 200 4V uses a 199.6 cc single cylinder air-cooled engine. It produces maximum power of 18.8 bhp at 8,500 rpm and peak torque output of 17.35 Nm at 6,500 rpm. The duty transmission is a 5-speed unit.

However, there is currently a lot of buzz about the upcoming Xpulse 421. The engine will be a single-cylinder engine that is expected to be liquid-cooled. Sources say the Xpulse 421 will not be underpowered, so power output is expected to be between 35 and 40 bhp. Once it goes on sale, there may be two variants of the motorcycle. However, as of now, nothing has been confirmed. Having said that, a test mule of a completely streamlined motorcycle has been spotted alongside the Xpulse 421. So Hero Motocorp is also working on the Xtreme 421, which could also be launched next year.

First published date: Dec 15, 2022 at 09:14 AM CST


Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *