Hero MotoCorp showcases 2014 line-up

Hero has also added a new variant of the Passion Pro which comes with new graphics, instruments, a side-stand indicator and paint schemes. Another addition to Hero’s commuter line-up is the new HF Deluxe Eco which sports air foils on the crash guards, new aerodynamic rear-view mirrors and low rolling friction tyres. Hero’s Glamour and Glamour FI bikes too get new racy graphics.
 
Hero’s 150cc premium commuter segment Xtreme motorcycle now gets an electronic immobiliser which prevents the engine from starting in the event an incorrect key is inserted in the ignition. Along with new instruments, a restyled headlight, fuel tank, LED taillight and mobile charger point, this 150cc bike comes with a side-stand switch which cuts-off ignition in case the side stand is open while riding or starting the engine.
 
 
Coming to Hero’s larger bikes, the Karizma R and ZMR receive upgrades as well. These bikes now get twin headlights, a bulb winker, reworked body panels, a belly pan, a sportier handlebar, a redesigned seat, new exhaust end-canister and wider tyres.
 
Hero’s refreshed line-up will use the same engines currently on its motorcycles and scooters. 
 
Hero further announced that it'll showcase a newer range of bikes at the Indian Auto Expo in February 2014. 
 
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Issue: 215 | Autocar India: July 2017

We’ve exclusively driven the third-gen Maruti Swift, compared the Dzire with all its compact sedan rivals, and tested the all-new Volvo XC60. That and lots more in the July 2017 issue!
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