Rumors: Hero Xoom 110cc to launch on 30th Jan in India

You might not be knowing but the Hero MotoCorp is the highest-selling 2-wheeler manufacturer in India. And over the years, Hero MotoCorp has tried to dominate the scooter segment in the Indian market by launching multiple new scooters.

Hero MotoCorp will be launching a new scooter called Hero Xoom 110cc on 30th Jan 2023. It is likely to come in a sporty look that will make you fall in love with it. It gets LED headlights set up on the front fascia with X insignia. It has also got storage compartments below its instrument console.

You will also be able to charge your phone with a USB phone charger. Both ends have got normal turn halogen indicators. It gets a new fully digital instrumental setup with XTec-connected features with trip meters, odometer, clock, fuel level indicators, and turn-by-turn navigation.

It will be powered by a 110.9cc engine. And the engine generates 8bhp power with 8.7 Nm of torque. As far as suspension is concerned it has got telescopic front forks. In lower variants of this model, we can see steel wheels and front drum breaks. Prices of it have not yet been revealed but we expect it to be the most expensive of Hero’s 110cc scooters.

Hero MotoCorp is to bring the new sporty Hero Xoom 110cc to the market on 30th Jan according to RushLane.


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