Hero Reveals Specifications Of The BS6 Xpulse 200

Hero has revealed the specifications of BS6 Xpulse 200. In the transition to BS6, it loses some power and gains a few kilos.

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Back when things were normal and manufacturers still used to hold press launches and events instead of virtual launch shows, Hero invited us at their CIT facility in Jaipur to showcase their BS6 line-up. While details and specifications of all the other motorcycles were revealed, there stood the BS6 Hero Xpulse 200. We still managed to list all the visible changes but what still remained a mystery were the specs but now that Hero has listed the updated Xpulse 200 on their website, the updated specifications are finally out.

Also read: Hero Xpulse 200 Gets A Rally Kit; Costs INR 38,000

BS6 Xpulse 200

It has become sort of a standard for motorcycles to make lesser power in their BS6 trims as compared to their BS4 counterparts. The Xpulse 200 follows the same footsteps and loses some power in its BS6 avatar. The BS6 Hero XPulse 200 makes 17.8 bhp at 8,500 rpm and has a peak torque output of 16.4 Nm at 4,500 rpm. In its previous BS4 avatar, it used to make 18 bhp at 8,000 rpm and 17.1 Nm of peak torque at 6,500 rpm. In the transition to BS6, it has gained a few kilos too as the Xpulse 200 now weighs 157 kg which is 3 kg heavier than the BS4 iteration.

Previously, one could either opt for fuel injection or carburetted version of the Xpulse 200 as they were both on offer but now Hero is offering the Xpulse 200 only with FI. Other changes include a new oil-cooler coupled with a rerouted exhaust system. Now technically, the rerouted exhaust system should have resulted in lesser ground clearance than before but as listed on their website, the ground clearance stands exactly the same as the BS4 Xpulse 200 which is 200 mm.

The prices of the Xpulse 200 aren’t out yet but it is safe to assume that the BS6 Xpulse 200 is going to ask for a premium. It might make lesser power now and weigh a bit more than before but that doesn’t change the fact that the Hero XPulse 200 is still an amazing proposition when it comes to affordable ADV motorcycles in India. With a commendable ground clearance, capable chassis and good off-road dynamics, it still stands as a good beginner motorcycle for off-road enthusiasts.

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