Hero MotoCorp has introduced the less expensive HF Deluxe variant called Hero HF100. It is priced at Rs 49,400 (ex-showroom, Delhi) and that makes it a very affordable contribution to the bike makers portfolio. Interestingly, Hero added a motorcycle to his official website without making an official announcement about it.
Hero HF100: Highlights
- Hero HF100 has been launched in India
- Most affordable Hero product at Rs 49,400
- You get the same hardware as the HF Deluxe
- The HF 100 is only available in the black color option
It maintains a 97.2cc, cool air engine that produces 7.91bhp of power and a maximum torque of 8.05Nm. Transmission operations are handled by a four-speed manual gearbox. In addition, telescopic forks, dual absorbers, 130mm drum brakes, and 18-inch wheels all resemble the premium Deluxe version. Even the size remains unchanged.
The new passenger motorcycle Hero HF100 gets basic equipment and features a kit including a front telescope fork, kick starter, and drum brakes. Externally, it retains the same texture and style, even if it has small tweaks.
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Color & Price
The HF 100 is only available in the black color option, unlike most available paint systems for the Deluxe version. Even alloy wheels, exhaust shield, and handlebar are painted with black paint. It also gets a black leather grip train, as opposed to a large finished aluminum unit in the HF Deluxe. It is priced at Rs 49,400 (ex-showroom, Delhi) and that makes it a very affordable contribution to the bike makers portfolio.
As a free passenger offer, the Hero HF 100 competes with the Bajaj CT 100 which is still the cheapest bike in India at an initial price of Rs 44,890. In fact, Bajaj recently improved its passenger portfolio by introducing the more attractive CT110X.