Updated: Auto Expo 2014 LIVE: Hero HX250R showcased [Images & Details]

| February 12, 2014 | 9 Comments

Hero HX250R auto Expo 2014 (27)

We are reporting LIVE from  Auto Expo 2014 and Hero MotoCorp have showcased the recently unveiled Hero HX250R sportsbike at the ongoing motor show.

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The new HX250R is powered by a 249cc, 4 stroke single cylinder DOHC, liquid cooled engine that has a healty power output of 31 ps. This motor comes mated to a six speed manual gearbox.

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Suspension duties are courtesy twin telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers at front and a 5 step adjustable preload monoshock at rear. The bike boasts of a 300mm, triple piston caliper disc brake at front and a 220mm linked disc unit at the rear. ABS is optional. The bike sports an underseat exhaust.

Quite obviously, the new Hero HX250R is looking poised to become the next big thing from Hero MotoCorp and might very well become the perfect spiritual successor to the original Karizma. What do you say?

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Hero HX250R Specifications

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Type 4 – stroke single cylinder DOHC, Liquid cooled, engine
Bore x Stroke 81.0 x 48.5 mm
Displacement 249 cc
Clutch Multi-plate wet
Gear box 6 Speed constant mesh
Suspension Front: Telescopic Hydraulic Shock AbsorbersRear Single shock, 5 Step adjustable Pre Load, Shim Valve Damping
Brakes Front: 300 mm Disc, three piston caliper, Combined braking with optional ABS Rear 220 mm Disc, linked. Combined braking with optional ABS
Wheel and Tyres Front: 17×2.75 Alloy wheel with 110/80R-17 Unidirectional tubeless tyre Rear 17×4.00 Alloy wheel with 140/70R-17 Unidirectional tubeless tyre
Battery 12 V – 6 Ah , MF Battery
Head Lamp Twin 12V – 35W / 35W – Halogen Bulb, DC – Multi-Reflector Type
Position Lamp LED Light Guide
Tail / Stop Lamp LED Lights
Length 2085 mm
Width 735 mm
Height 1145 mm
Wheelbase 1370 mm
Ground clearance 145 mm
Kerb weight 139 kgs.
Fuel tank capacity 12.9 Ltrs  ( Min )

 

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Category: Auto and Motor Shows, Auto Expo 2014, Hero Motocorp, Hero MotoCorp HX 250R, News, Upcoming Launches

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Yatharth is an automotive design student and a keen follower of the happenings in the Indian automotive industry. He has been handed the task of keeping you abreast with the action in the Indian motoring sphere on a daily basis. He skips his breakfasts and ditches his girlfriends for the noble job.

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  1. Any speculation on launch date and price???

  2. Madan says:

    What I found through Auto Expo 2014 is everybody in the industry is trying to use Indian talent for their product development and are succeeded to deliver impressively…We see Yamaha, HMSI, Bajaj, HarleyDevidson, TVS, Maruti Suzuki, GM, Mercedes, Chrysler…..We find Bajaj CS400, GM Adra, Honda CX 01, Celerio, Ertiga….Grand Cheerookee to name few. Hero on the other hand desperately trying to get some good stuff….but nothing impressed me for success or launch able. Most of them or sized down versions/ not having good proportions…or trying to make impressions. Nothing is up to mark. Hope they find way to fix it sooner than later.

  3. Divesh Bhatia says:

    LAUNCH DATE ?????????????????????

  4. Jayesh Gandhi says:

    @Yatharth LAUNCH DATE???????????????????????????

  5. Mahesh says:

    Can anybody update on this one please??

    Any news about Impulse or have they ceased the production of this bike.

    Are we expecting a 250CC motor??

    Please update????

  6. My neighbor owns a Buell 1125R (limited edition). I can strongly say that the Hero HX 250R has had a lot of inspiration from the same. It is evident and is not a bad thing. The 1125R is monstrous in flesh!

  7. WaaWaa Waa says:

    From the bore and stroke, this bike should be a 1000 cc bike.
    π x 81² x 48.5 = = 9,99,681.49 mm³ = 999.68 cc
    I think the figure is a mistake.

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