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Hero Cbz Xtreme

Hero Cbz Xtreme (HT Auto photo)

₹ 66,275 * Onwards

Ex showroom price in Delhi

Hero Cbz Xtreme Key Specs

Mileage -
Engine -
Transmission Manual
Fuel Supply Fuel injection

Hero Cbz Xtreme Price List, Specifications and Features

Cbz Xtreme

₹ 66,275

Cbz Xtreme

₹ 66,275

Hero Cbz Xtreme
Expert Review

3 out of 5
Down a short straight within the short loop of the Buddh International Circuit, I'm comfortably crouched over the Xtreme's handlebar. The digital speedo is reading 105kph - not phenomenal, but not bad either, considering my near-100kg kerb weight and the limited straight on offer. The 199.6cc, single-cylinder motor is close to its limit at this point but there's still some more left. None of this is startling, given that we've been in this performance league for far too long, so what is it that the Xtreme 200R is out to achieve?Let's pull up in the pits and go over its details. The Xtreme 200R is a clear step-up from the 149cc Xtreme Sports. The motor is a heavily reworked unit from the Achiever 150 and it offers a substantial increment in terms of output figures - 18.4hp and 17.1Nm. Transmission is a five-speed unit and the motor is a conventional, carburetted, air-cooled 2-valve unit that's gimmick-free. These figures impress in isolation but its immediate rivals - the Bajaj Pulsar NS200 and the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V - have a significant edge over it that cannot be overlooked.There's no debating its defeat on paper, but is it as easy a wipe-out in reality as well? Disclaimer first: the evaluation that follows is in the context of smooth, flowing, bump-free tarmac. A thumb of the starter button (a kick starter is present) fires up a motor that sounds promising intent and is one that is noticeably refined. The snick into first gear is nondescript - a good thing - and releasing the light clutch reveals a peppy motorcycle.The Xtreme makes it clear from the onset - it's engineered for torque and a strong-mid range It lacks the RTR and Pulsar's outright street-racer approach but comes across as a more enabling performance commuter Read More