Hero MotoCorp launches new CBZ Xtreme in India

Monday 21 April 2014, 15:47 PM by

The CBZ line of power-bikes from Hero MotoCorp had been present in the Indian market for over a decade now. The India's largest bike-maker had created quite a quite a buzz on the Twitter networking platform hinting a possible launch of the CBZ Extreme Sports 2014. The anticipated Xtreme Sports is stated to be an upgraded version of the Xtreme motorbike. The Sports version is yet to be launched. For now, the bike-maker has launched the new face-lifted version of CBZ Xtreme. The bike has been launched at an attractive price tag of Rs. 66,516 (Ex-showroom Mumbai). The one with a rear disc is priced at Rs. 69, 530 (Ex-showroom Mumbai).

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Hero MotoCorp launches new CBZ Xtreme in India

The CBZ Xtreme shall be powered by 149.2 cc, four-stroke, air-cooled, SOHC engine that generates about 14.4 Ps of power at 8500 Rmp and 12.8 Nm of torque at about 6500 Rpm. The 150 cc bike is mated to a five speed manual transmission. The bike is loaded with interesting features like digital-analogue instrument cluster, engine immobilizer and side stand warning light. The headlamps have been repositioned and complimented with a new visor. The taillights have been redesigned with LED tail lamps, dual finish exhaust muffler and an underseat mobile charger socket. The rear tyre is also slightly wider than the earlier version. The bike has been launched in interesting shades of Blue, Red, Orange and White.

The yet to be launched Xtreme sports shares a similar engine but generates about 15.2 Bhp, which makes it slightly more powerful than the Xtreme version. The top version of the Xtreme Sports may receive disc brakes for the front as well as rear wheels, whereas the lower version may get a front disc and a rear drum brake. Technologically the bike has received some interesting upgrades like Electronic immobilizer and Side stand down function that does not start the engine unless the side stand is pulled-up. An under seat mobile charging socket has also been provided for convenience. For added safety, the Xtreme Sports has received a wider rear tyre.

Source: OD

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