Is Hero Xoom 110 sporty with advance features?

The Hero Xoom 110 is a compelling offering. It promises to provide a dynamic scooter riding experience in a more compact, economical, and easily accessible package, akin to some 125cc models from companies like TVS and Suzuki. Hero used a more assertive approach as a result. On the surface, the notion appears appealing.

Hero gave the Xoom just the appropriate number of creases, cuts, and shapes to fit the notion of "sporty," taking it pretty literally. Together with the striking handlebar cowl, the edgy front apron containing the H-shaped DRL and headlight gives off an intimidating appearance. 

Sharp edges, a fake air scoop, an X-shaped tail lamp, and flush-fitting pillion grab rails help the back portion blend in nicely. For rookie riders, it may seem unsettlingly tippy and nimble, but it shouldn't take long for them to become accustomed to it and begin to like its agility

The 110.9-cc BS6 engine powering the Hero Xoom produces 8.05 horsepower and 8.7 Nm of torque. The Xoom has a compression ratio of 10:1. However, the engine's performance is particularly below 70 kmph and complement the scooter's aggressive design.

The Xoom strikes as a lively scooter that has strong acceleration off the line when ridden in motion. Up until 60 kmph, the speed increase is rapid; after that, the performance drops off a little.

In terms of features, the Xoom offers a conflicting experience. To begin with, the vehicle features an entirely digital instrument cluster that displays real-time mileage in addition to other statistics. Additionally, it has Bluetooth connectivity (available only in the top-tier ZX trim) for turn-by-turn navigation and alerts for smartphone communication. 

Other features 
There are cornering lights, a USB charger, an LED headlamp, an LED tail lamp, and an under-seat light. The latter are tiny lights that are affixed to the front apron's sides. These lights illuminate the road in the turn's direction based on their sense of lean and steering angle. It didn't found very helpful because light throw is only as far as 5 feet.

The brakes, particularly the front ones, which return a reasonable amount of bite and lever input, enhance its handling. The high progression of both brakes aids in keeping the wheels from locking up.

  • Obtains appealing styling
  • The total weight of the curb is relatively low.
  • An efficient 110-cc engine produces good fuel output.
  • There are vibrations on the floorboard.
  • Obtains small dimensions. 

Price and Variants
Hero's newest 110-cc scooter is called the Xoom. There are three variants available: ZX, VX, and LX. The VX and ZX are priced at Rs 71,799 and Rs 76,699, respectively, while the base model costs Rs 68,599.

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