Hero Karizma XMR deliveries to commence in coming weeks

    Karizma XMR has received over 13,000 bookings; deliveries will begin in a phased manner.

    Published On Oct 05, 2023 11:58:00 AM


    Karizma XMR price, delivery details, booking amount.
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    Hero MotoCorp, the world’s largest manufacturer of motorcycles and scooters, has received 13,688 bookings for its newly launched flagship motorcycle, Karizma XMR. Dispatches of Karizma XMR to Hero MotoCorp dealerships have already started and customer deliveries are slated to begin in November. 

    1. Powered by an all-new liquid-cooled engine
    2. Next booking window details will be revealed soon

    The Karizma XMR was launched at an introductory price of Rs 1.73 lakh and bookings for the initial set of customers commenced on August 29 and were closed on September 30. The revised price for the Karizma XMR now stands at Rs 1.80 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The company is set to reveal more details of the next booking window shortly. Dealers in the Mumbai region have informed us that deliveries are scheduled to begin by November and the current booking amount stands at Rs 3,000.

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    Hero Karizma XMR video review

    The Karizma XMR is powered by an all-new liquid-cooled, 210cc, single-cylinder engine making 25.5hp at 9,250rpm and 20.4Nm at 7,250rpm, which is mated to a 6-speed gearbox and a slip and assist clutch. This new liquid-cooled engine (a Hero first) is nestled within a steel trellis frame, suspended by a telescopic fork and a preload adjustable monoshock. 

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    Hero Karizma XMR review: What’s in a name?

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