Hero Karizma is one of the most popular nameplates among the motorcycle fans in the country. In order to capitalize on the fan following, Hero MotoCorp has announced to bring back the iconic name in the new avatar. The new Hero Karizma XMR 210 is scheduled to be launched on September 29, 2023.
Hero MotoCorp has released multiple teasers, which reveals the styling elements and powertrain of the new Karizma. Ahead of the official launch, the homegrown two-wheeler maker has launched the official website of the new Karizma 210. The new Hero Karizma 210 motorcycle comes with a completely new styling with several aggressive design elements.
The latest teaser reveals that the new Hero Karizma features an aggressive front fascia, sculpted fuel tank, uniquely styled & aggressive fairing & LED headlights. The motorcycle has fairing mounted rear view mirrors, split seats with grab rails, a sleeker tail section, and a low-set handlebar. The footpegs positioning and seats seem designed in a way to offer a comfortable ride in both city commuting & long rides.
The new Hero Karizma XMR 210 is likely to feature a large, full digital instrument console with multiple info on display. It is also expected to receive Bluetooth connectivity features to handle calls, messages and other things. The new motorcycle is most likely to be offered on multiple vibrant colour options to suit the preferences of the young motorcyclists. Hero MotoCorp claims that the new Karizma is designed to offer a perfect mix of performance & agile handling.
The 2023 Karizma XMR 210 is most likely to feature a new 210cc, single-cylinder DOHC (Double Overhead Camshaft) engine with liquid-cooling. This engine is expected to produce around 25bhp of power and 30Nm of torque, coupled to a 6-speed gearbox. The motorcycle will be positioned against the likes of the Bajaj Pulsar RS200 and the KTM RC200.
The motorcycle will come with telescopic front forks and monoshock at the rear. For braking, the new Karizma will have dual discs and dual-channel ABS as standard. The motorcycle rides on 17-inch wheels on both ends. The top-spec variant could receive USD (Upside Down) forks at the front.