Hero Honda launches Karizma ZMR

The all new Karizma ZMR has finally arrived. Hero Honda has carried out substantial upgrades to its 7 year old flagship model. This time around the upgrade is far more than just new stickers and coloured dials.

The all new Karizma ZMR has finally arrived. Hero Honda has carried out substantial upgrades to its 7 year old flagship model. This time around the upgrade is far more than just new stickers and coloured dials.

The Karizma ZMR gets the much awaited Fuel Injection system. It comes with the tested PGM-Fi (Programmed Fuel Injection) which was first seen on Glamour and the recently launched Honda CBF Stunner. The 223cc oil cooled PGM-Fi engine has a slight increase in power output.

The bike gets a restyled headlamp with relocated pilot lamps. Rear view mirrors are now mounted on the newly styled front hood. Like the Yahama YZF-R15, Karizma ZMR now comes with a full engine fairing.

The bike is fitted with clip-on handle bars and a digital display console. The uniquely designed meter console houses digital speedometer, digital RMP meter, tachometer, trip meter, digital fuel gauge, real time fuel consumption indicator and a digital clock.

Karizma ZMR now gets a rear disc brake for better braking power. The bike sports a set of inverted Gas Reservoir shock absorbers, similar to the Hunk. Also new is the all black powder coated exhaust pipe with heat shield, new rear split grab rails and new LED tail lamps with integrated turn indicators.

With all the added technology and features, the Karizma ZMR now comes with a price tag of Rs 91,000, ex-showroom Delhi. It will go on sale across the country by the end of this month.

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