With the latest price hike, the Glamor Standard is now being sold at an ex-showroom price of Rs 79,670 (Drum) and Rs 83,670 (Disc). At the same time, the ex-showroom price of the Xtec variant has been fixed at Rs 84,220 (drum) and Rs 88,820 (disc).
Despite the hike in prices, the Glamor is still cheaper than its competitors in the starting price. Compared to Hero Glamor, TVS Raider is available at an ex-showroom price of Rs 84,541, while Honda SP 125 and Bajaj Pulsar 125 are available with starting price of Rs 80,455 and Rs 81,389 respectively.
Hero Glamor has been given a stunning sporty design and graphics. It has LED headlight, muscular fuel tank and alloy wheels. Talking about the features, it has been given side stand cutoff switch, semi-digital display and electric start. On the other hand, Bluetooth connectivity and connected features have been given in the Xtec variant with full digital display. Apart from this, idle start stop system, combi brake and auto sell technology have also been given.
In both the variants, the company has given the same 125cc engine which generates 10.7 bhp power and 10.6 newton meter torque. The bike has a 5-speed gearbox. Tubeless tires have been installed in both the wheels of this bike.
Coming to the suspension, the Hero Glamor 125 gets telescopic forks at the front and 5-step adjustable twin shockers at the rear. The length of this bike is 2051 mm, width is 720 mm, height is 1,074 mm and wheelbase is 1,273 mm.
The ground clearance seat height of 180 mm has been kept at 798 mm in the bike. This bike has a fuel tank of 10 liters and it has been made available in two variants disc and drum.
How were Hero’s sales?
Hero MotoCorp has registered a growth of 3.35% in the last June with sales of 4,84,867 units. Last year, the company had registered sales of 4,69,160 units in the same month. The company’s motorcycle sales boosted the overall sales performance in June. Last month, Hero MotoCorp sold 4,63,210 units of vehicles in the domestic market of India, compared to 4,38,514 units in June last year. However, exports declined to 21,657 units in June 2022 as against 30,646 units in June 2021.