Is Hero Glamour everyone's Favourite?

The Honda Glamour leads the Indian two-wheeler industry's 125cc motorcycle segment. Hero MotoCorp is a competitor in this market, although it only offers the Glamour as its sole offering at this time. The motorcycle has shown encouraging sales figures for the two-wheeler brand in India.

Along with a revised flyscreen design and a new plastic panel featuring a 3D "Hero" emblem, the front cowl of the BS6 model has also undergone stylistic changes.
In the same vein, minor stylistic adjustments have been made to the side panels and fuel tank extensions, in addition to updated checkered graphics. The taillight also receives a redesign, adopting an "H" form. It also appears sleeker and more athletic after updating.

Engine and Gearbox
The Glamour's 124.7cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine still present. The engine produces 10.7 horsepower at 7,500 rpm and 10.6 Nm of peak torque at 6,000 rpm. It is mated to a five-speed gearbox. An idle stop-start mechanism is also included with the motorcycle in an effort to increase fuel efficiency.

The 125-cc engine in the Hero Glamour is dependable. It provides an excellent mix of power and fuel economy. The Glamour performs smoothly and responsively whether you're driving on the highway or through urban traffic. It is a sensible option for daily use because you can anticipate good mileage numbers.

Hero equipped the Glamour with a fully digital console that displays data such as the speedometer, odometer, and a mobile charging port. The Glamour Xtec is packed with industry-first technologies, including Bluetooth connectivity, Google Maps connectivity for turn-by-turn navigation, a gear position indication, a bank angle sensor that cuts the engine in the event of a fall, and a side-stand engine switch off.

Suspension and Brakes
The motorcycle has a diamond frame construction, telescopic forks up front, and hydraulic shock absorbers with five-step adjustability at the back. Both wheels have 130mm drum brakes providing the stopping force; a 240mm disc brake is an optional feature. Hero MotoCorp refers to the safety net as the Integrated Braking System (CBS).

  • It rides incredibly well on rough terrain.
  • Possesses an excellent service reach.
  • Less expensive to upkeep.
  • The fuel-injected version still requires improvement.
  • Had it been a little less expensive

Price and Variants
There are six attractive variants of the Hero Glamour to suit the tastes of different riders. 
  • The New Glamour Disc is priced at Rs. 86,348
  • The New Glamour Drum is priced at Rs. 82,348
  • The regular Glamour Drum model, priced at Rs. 80,908
  • The Glamour Canvas Drum variation, which costs Rs. 80,908
  • The Glamour Disc model for Rs. 84,908
  • Lastly, the Glamour Canvas Disc version is available for Rs. 84,908

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