Hero Xoom 110 Launched in India; Top Highlights

The new Xoom 110 scooter was recently launched by Hero MotoCorp in India, with prices beginning at Rs. 68,599 (ex-showroom). Bookings for the scooter are set to begin from February 1. We bring you the top highlights of the third 110cc gearless scooter in Hero's Indian lineup.

By Reetika Bhatt | on January 31, 2023 Follow us on Autox Google News

The brand-new Hero Xoom 110 scooter is now available for purchase in India, with bookings commencing on February 1, 2023. There are three different variants available: LX, VX, and ZX. The LX variant costs Rs 68,599, the VX variant is priced at Rs 71,799, and the top-spec ZX variant costs Rs 76,699. All prices are ex-showroom. The Hero Xoom is the third 110cc gearless scooter in the manufacturer's portfolio, following the Pleasure Plus and the Maestro Edge. At a private event in September 2022, Hero MotoCorp gave its dealers their first look at the scooter while showcasing some of the model's styling and features. Here's all you need to know about the new Hero Xoom 110 in terms of design, features, specs, variants, and more.

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Technical Specifications

A 110cc air-cooled, fuel-injected, single-cylinder engine powers the Hero's Xoom 110. It produces 8.05bhp of maximum power at 7,250rpm and 8.70Nm of peak torque at 5,750rpm. A CVT transmission is used with the engine. While the LX & VX variants weigh 108kg, the ZX variant weighs 109kg. Hero claims that the Xoom 110 is the fastest-accelerating 110cc scooter among the current crop, completing the 0 to 60km/h sprint in 9.35 seconds.

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Compared to its siblings, the Hero Xoom 110 favours a more sporty design style. The overall bodywork is pretty sharp, and the LED headlight and taillight add a modern touch. With the LED headlight and the H-shaped DRL motif, the front apron is reminiscent of the TVS NTorq 125 scooter. The seat is relatively broad and wide, and the rear section, which includes a grab rail and an attractive LED taillight, also has a sharp appearance. The side panels are creased for reference, which effectively draws attention to the proportions. The wheel design is also fairly sporty and complements the scooter well.

Variants and Features

There is only one colour option for the base LX model, Polestar Blue. Instead of Bluetooth connectivity, diamond-cut alloy wheels, Hero intelligent cornering lights, or Hero's exclusive i3S or idle start-stop system, it receives a sheet metal drum brake. The LX version also includes a digital-analogue instrument cluster. 

The Polestar Blue, Black, and Pearl Silver White colour options are available for the VX variant's cast-metal drum brake. It lacks a disc brake, diamond-cut alloy wheels, Hero intelligent cornering lights, and Bluetooth connectivity. The instrument cluster is entirely digital and has an amber background.

The top-spec ZX variant includes intelligent cornering lights, idle start-stop system (i3S), diamond-cut alloy wheels, and front disc brakes (HiCL). This is the first time an OEM has offered cornering lights for a mass-produced, inexpensive two-wheeler. The HiCL reportedly increases rider safety and functions with the aid of an integrated gyroscope and accelerometer. There are four colour options available for the ZX version: Matt Abrax Orange, Sports Red, Polestar Blue, and Black. The ZX variant's fully digital instrument console has a blue background.

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Price and Rivals

The Hero Xoom LX variant has a retail price of Rs 68,599, while the VX and the ZX variants have a price tag of Rs 71,799 and Rs 76,699, respectively. All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi. This 110cc scooter will compete with models like the TVS Jupiter, and the Honda Activa Smart. 

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