• Hero Splendor+ XTEC launched in India; check the Price and Feature details


    In India, the new Hero Splendor+ XTEC is available for Rs 72,900, and a digital instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity, LED DRL, and other high-tech features are included.

    Digital Desk: Splendor+, India's best-selling motorcycle, now has a new feature-rich edition from Hero MotoCorp. In India, the new Hero Splendor+ XTEC is available for Rs 72,900 ex-showroom. 

    Its now the Splendor+'s top-of-the-line model, with a slew of high-tech capabilities and adorable tweaks.

    Read the details here: 

    To begin, the Splendor+ XTEC is available in four colour schemes: Sparkling Beta Blue, Canvas Black, Tornado Grey, and Pearl White. 

    The motorcycle also receives new artwork on the body panels and an LED DRL over the headlamp. The feature list on this 100cc commuter motorcycle is intriguing.

    The all-digital instrument cluster on the new Hero Splendor+ XTEC comes with Bluetooth connectivity.

    It provides a wealth of information, including SMS and phone notifications, twin trip metres, and a real-time mileage indication. A USB charging outlet and a side-stand engine cut-off capability are also included. 

    On the other hand, the mechanicals remains identical, with a 97.2cc single-cylinder, air-cooled FI motor producing 7.9 horsepower and 8.05 Nm and a 4-speed gearbox.

    During the launch, Chief Development Officer of Hero MotoCorp Ranjivjit Singh said, "Hero Splendor has been a trend-setter for decades."

    He added to his statement by saying that the "Hero Splendor motorcycle has impressed many customers with its dependability, style, performance, and improved comfort features. We are confident that the Hero Splendor+ XTEC will establish a new standard in terms of both technology and visual appeal and deliver on the brand promise of comfort and safety."

    The Hero Splendor remains the undisputed king of two-wheelers when it comes to sales.

    The Hero Splendor has topped the charts of the most sold bikes in India because it is both affordable and dependable.

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