New Hero 250 cc flagship motorcycle in hi-res image gallery

New Hero 250 cc flagship motorcycle in hi-res image gallery (1)

Hero MotoCorp revealed their new 250 cc motorcycle today. Powered by a 249 cc liquid cooled, fuel injected engine, the new Hero is codenamed HX250R. It delivers peak power of 31 hp, while torque figures are not revealed yet. Hero did not speak anything about the price, but did confirm that it will be launched this year. Here is hi-res gallery of the new Honda CBR 250R rival.

New Hero 250 cc flagship motorcycle in hi-res image gallery (1)Featuring a slim agile seating position, high-tech engine and world class sport chassis, the Hero HX250R has all the attributes to deliver the perfect light weight sports bike experience. With its high performance liquid-cooled balanced engine and advanced multi-sensor electronic fuelling, the HX250R can deliver best-in-class performance, while also being refined and fuel efficient around town. Surely, this new motorcycle comes packaged to delight every passionate sporting rider.

An aerodynamic styling, six-speed transmission and lightweight mass centralized chassis make the HX250R incredibly responsive in all riding conditions. The geodesic tubular chassis integrates the engine as a stressed member, and allows full control of its modern 17” sports bike wheels and tires. The entire package results in spectacularly good handling and stability for riders of every skill level.

When it’s time to stop the riding fun, you can trust the linked brake system featuring powerful Brembo design hydraulic callipers gripping the 300 mm front and 220 mm rear brake rotors.

For the discerning riders, the HX250R also comes with an optional latest ABS technology.

Images: Nikhil Kumbhar

Other motorcycles unveiled by Hero MotoCorp today –

Hero Leap electric hybrid unveiled (Photos)
Hero Diesel RNT concept bike unveiled (Photos)

Hero HX250R 250 cc and Extreme Sports 150 cc motorcycle unveiled (Photos)
Hero Dash 111 cc automatic scooter unveiled (Photos)

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A first drive in a manual rickety old van was enough to pave the road forward for Editor-in-Chief, Sagar Patel. When not driving or riding, his dexterity shifts gear to voice passion through words via reviews, and news, all the while, closely monitoring updates from the auto industry.

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