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Hero XF3R Hero XF3R Expected Launch Date:
Hero XF3R raised many expectations after it became a part of the 2016 Delhi Auto Expo. Its launch, though, still remains a mystery, but some leading auto websites claim that the product will be unveiled in October 2023.
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Hero XF3R Price:
According to early information, the bike will most likely be available at an ex-showroom price of Rs 1.60 lakh to Rs 1.80 lakh.
Hero XF3R Features:
At the 2016 Delhi expo, the bike grabbed attention with its interesting features like single-sided swingarm and inverted front forks. The long wait of launch has curtailed many expectations, but the wait might just be worth. The bike?s design can be best-defined as sharp, sporty, aggressive and sleek. The taillight would be LED and connected with turn indicators. The makers also would equip the vehicle with some features like engine kill switch and stand alarm. The instrument cluster is most likely to be completely digital with an LCD display. One of the major expectations from the vehicle would be multiple driving modes, a feature commonly seen nowdays in such segment bikes. There is no information so far on the variants and the colours of the bike.
Hero XF3R Performance:
The BS6 compliant 300 cc engine will be powered by peak torque of 35 Nm and maximum power of 28 bhp. The bike will have a six-speed manual transmission. The front suspension will be USD Telescopic Fork and an adjustable monoshock will be installed at the rear. Both wheels will be alloy with disc brakes at front and back. Hero XF3R would likely give a mileage in the range of 30-35 kmpl in real-world driving condition, ARAI mileage certification claims.
Hero XF3R Capacity:
The vehicle would have a step-up split seat with decent space to accommodate two riders.
Hero XF3R Rivals:
The bike will compete with KTM Duke 390, Bajaj Dominar 250, Mahindra Mojo, BMW G310R, Suzuki Gixxer 250, Bajaj Pulsar F250, and Benelli TNT 300.