After Hero Xpulse 200 finally the touring version of Xpulse, Xpulse 200T got its new updates. Hero Xpulse 200T 4V is the neo-Street Fighter cousin of the standard Xpulse, and the T in the name T stands for touring. The Xpulse 200T 4V has the same power plant as the standard Xpulse.
Hero Xpulse 200T 4V design
The Hero Xpulse 200T 4V design it’s a unique design, which attracts a lot of attention because of the round headlamp which uses a classic retro look, but it’s not all classic and vintage styling alone. Heros have incorporated some modern elements offering the full-LED headlamp. The retro-styled 13-litre fuel tank with carved-out knee recesses perfectly complements the bike’s retro theme. The alloy wheel design looks quite attractive and radically makes this bike stand, apart from the exhaust is nice and chunky and offers the typical rumble of the cafe racers from the 70s.
At the back, the tail light looks very neatly encapsulated and appears ultra-premium. In Xpulse 200T 4V there is no compromise in terms of build quality, the quality of material or plastics or equipment used is really premium. The handlebar is hands-down the best quality handlebar and handlebar positioning which results in offering ultimate riding pleasure in and around this segment. Also, the bike has a luggage rack which is also of very good quality. Hero for giving us much build quality even in a budget-friendly bike. the instrument panel is very neatly laid out and is also very well equipped readouts include a gear position indicator average speed the Eco mode shift indicator clock etc then of course we have the Bluetooth connectivity via an app, which shows who’s calling and it also offers turn-by-turn navigation which is absolutely outstanding in this price range. also get a USB charging port under the seat which would really come in handy.
Xpulse 200T 4V engine power and performance
Powering Hero Xpulse 200T 4V is an air-cooled single-cylinder 4 valves 199.6cc carbureted engine, which puts out 19.1ps of max power at 8000rpm and 17.35 Newton meters of max torque at 6,500rpm with a 5-speed gearbox. The 200T 4V has a nice and juicy power plant, which gives you that instant kick-off kind of acceleration instant acceleration good tortilla machine instant torque at the ring of the throttle.
Talking about the brakes, the bike has a 276mm disc up front and a 220mm disc at the back, it gets single-channel ABS a standard which means ABS is operational only on the front wheel. Xpulse 200T 4V gets a kick-starter along with the standard self-start button which really comes in handy when the battery dies. The suspension, 200T 4V has 37mm, telescopic folks, upfront, and a seven-step adjustable rear mono-shock which are ideally damped to offer superb high-speed stability. In terms of tires, we get 17-inch wheels and tubular styles. We get 100 by 80 tires upfront and 130 by 70 tires at the back, note that the rear tire is a radial tire which offers superior road grip giving. and other details about the bike we get a 13-liter tank which offers a very good mileage of 40 kmpl to 45 kmpl, seat height is 799 mm which makes it easily accessible for riders of all sizes, ground clearance 177mm more than sufficient to clear the speed breakers. The Xpuls 200T 4V does around 115 km/h max top speed.
Xpulse 200T 4V Ride
Hero Xpulse 200T 4V is a good torquing machine rather than a top-speed machine. The best part about the bike is the handlebar, the seat, and the riding ergonomics. You won’t find a bike that is so comfortable. In terms of riding economics 200T 4V is confidence-inspiring wherein you can literally feel like you know playing around with the motorcycle all day long. This undoubtedly is the major strong point of the Hero 200T 4V. It the something that will overshadow, and that will allow the 200T 4V to outshine the competition be it in its own 200 cc segment or the 150 to 160 cc segment because the bike is priced so damn aggressively it’s almost on par with some of the 150 to 160 cc bikes .so you get more than what you can bargain for you get a 200 cc motorcycle from the top manufacturer here in India.
Xpulse 200T 4V price
Hero MotoCorp has gotten the formula bang to go on in terms of giving the best value for money by offering a more cubic capacity 200cc machine for the price of a 150 to 160 cc machine. The price of Hero Xpulse 200T 4V is ₹1,25,726 Ex-showroom Delhi.
This bike is not yet available in Pune.
Please let me know when I can get a test ride in Pune for this bike
What Hero Xpulse t200 lack
1. Spokes Wheels
2. Good Head Light
3. Appropriate Luggage Carrier
and whatever may be the reason like government norms
4. Carburettor & Petrol T
5. An speedy version/souped up engine “those who want to buy” having more top speed & accelaration response/pick up like a Motocross or Road Racing Motorcycle
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