Hero Xpulse 200T 4V review, road test

    Will fresh paint and a new, modern engine help the XPulse 200T emerge out of its elder brother's shadow?

    Published on Apr 17, 2023 07:00:00 AM


    We Like
    • Peppy, tractable engine
    • Plush ride quality
    • Aggressive price, refreshed design
    We Don't Like
    • Quality in certain areas
    • Lack of dual-channel ABS
    • Laggy gear position indicator

    There are certain products that just don’t catch on despite having all the right ingredients to become successful. Take the case of the Hero Xpulse 200T, for instance. It featured similar looks as its far more successful “off-roady” sibling, the Xpulse 200, in a more accessible package, yet it never really hit its stride. In a bid to combat this, Hero has now updated its more road-focused Xpulse with the new 4-valve engine and added a bit of visual flair to boost its appeal. Armed with these updates, will the Xpulse 200T 4V finally outgrow its elder brother’s shadow?

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